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I thought that might be the case. I bought the same microphone from ebay for $1. From HK. Taking a little while. However, was going to chop the jack off, and throw a straight one on, I've marked out where the jack is going to go. A little higher, sort of inline with my mouth, to fit in with the straight jack. Should fix the problem. Let me know if you get that rubber washer going. My plan sounds good in theory, and on paper. Just gotta find my drill bits now and wait for cable to arrive. >.<
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For the cables, I originally tried to get the heatshrink up into the hole made by the manufacturer, by shrinking the end near the headphones first. Unfortunately I shrank it a little too much and couldn't slide the heatshrink, so I just gave up and left that small exposed gap.

And yeah, waiting is the worst part Hope your plan goes smoothly!
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