adafruit_support_mike wrote:There are thousands of connectors out there, and if you aren't working to an established standard, you can choose pretty much anything you want.
Also, if you aren't working to an established standard, it's sometimes helpful to *avoid* commonly-used jacks.
stevenblanc wrote:I am assuming that I could in fact drill two lovely little holes and use a red and white RCA cable for this connection. But I suppose this would cause problems if they were connected the wrong way around.
What are the four connections? (Data? Power? Etc..?)
However, the RJ-11 is the connector that connects the phone to the wall. Usually the connector that connects the phone to the handset is even smaller and also has 4 wires. Do you know what the correct code for this connector is? I found a document that seems to call it 4P2C, but results for that don't seem to be accurate.
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