Connect headphones or external speakers to an Apple II, II plus, IIe, or IIc plus.Designed by Option8, LLC, Ships from United States of America
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This small adapter connects to the speaker pins on the logic board of your Apple II, providing a convenient 1/8 inch (3.5mm) audio jack to connect an external speaker or headphones. The internal speaker connects to pins on the adapter, so that when nothing is plugged in to the jack, sound will play through the internal speaker.
Two options are available: Internal and External.
The internal version combines the adapter board and headphone jack into one small package that sits inside your Apple II, II+ or IIe. To connect or disconnect speakers, you will need to open the case and plug a cable into the board.
In the external version, the headphone jack is separate from the board, and is designed to mount through a hole in your case. To install, drill a 1/4'' (6mm) hole in the case or, as in the photos, a panel insert. Thread the audio jack through the hole and screw the retaining ring onto it.
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