? Is the Nintendo 3DS audio jack OMTP (LRMG) or CTIA (LRGM)? (Page 1) ● SmileBASIC Source Forums

Sign In

Register
*Usernames are case-sensitive
Forgot my password

Is the Nintendo 3DS audio jack OMTP (LRMG) or CTIA (LRGM)?

  • #1 ✎ 209 ColeslawProductions I'm sorry, I forget. Don't have any more time to scrounge Google for the answer, though. Posted
  • #2 ✎ 814 Lumage SQUAREFINGERS SAYS: LRMG/OMTP (from petitmodem thread) Posted Edited by Lumage
  • #3 ✎ 209 ColeslawProductions Ahh. I should've checked there. Thanks. Posted
  • #4 ✎ 209 ColeslawProductions I'm gonna have my dad solder a custom cable which connects the left audio tip of one TRS plug to the mic ring of another TRRS plug. Posted
  • #5 ✎ 474 SquareFingers
    I'm gonna have my dad solder a custom cable which connects the left audio tip of one TRS plug to the mic ring of another TRRS plug.
    Let me know how it goes. I tried doing the same thing; it didn't work for me.
    Posted
  • #6 ✎ 209 ColeslawProductions I just came up with this. It would allow mono headphone sound and two-way communication with maybe an online modem program or something. Strange and impractical, though. EDIT: The modem could also be a cell phone with a custom app, or maybe a web page with HTML5 or something like that. Posted Edited by ColeslawProductions
  • #7 ✎ 2 CarlosEFML I've made a crossover audio cable, but 3DS doesn't "listen" to it. The trick was a 1k resistor between MIC and GND pins. -LEFT and RIGHT from PC goes to MIC of 3DS (with 1K resistor to ground) -LEFT and RIGHT from 3DS goes to MIC of PC Posted
  • #8 ✎ 1434 12Me21 Admin Syntax Highlighter Received for creating the code syntax highlighter on SBS Night Person I like the quiet night and sleep late. Express Yourself Second Year My account is over 2 years old Website Did you connect the grounds together? You might not need the resistor if you do that. Posted