I'm part owner of a Cessna 150 with a single radio (yes, we've upgraded for ADSB in/out and it's wonderful.) Because i'm on FF for most of my flights, i purchased a Yaesu handheld so that i can listen to ATIS and ATC at the same time. However, this is rarely convenient as i have to pull off one of my ear cups so i can listen to the handheld and airplane noise often makes it difficult to impossible to hear the sound from the handheld. So, i'd prefer to connect the audio from the handheld directly to my Bose headset through the 3.5mm port. Sadly, i'm finding it difficult to find an adapter. The Yaesu does come with an adapter that includes two female ports for a headset to plug into (see image below), but what i really want is to just listen to the audio. What i'm hoping to find is an aviation male plug (PJ-055 (.25 inch / 6.35mm)) to male 3.5 plug. Any thoughts besides learning how to use a soldering iron? Thanks, Brian Updated: After some research, i found that the GA audio plug is also defined as PJ-055, or a 1/4". A quick search on Amazon found this cable. What do you guys think?