(requires some electronic components, and basic soldiering skills)
Step 1: Explanation:
So the idea was born and after a quick trip to my local electronics store, so was the final product.
Step 2: The Diagram:
The bottom right is the mic line, this is where you plug in the microphone for your phone conversations.
Second from the bottom on the right is the phone plug. This will require you to obtain a female 2.5mm stereo jack and get a male to male 2.5mm stereo cord to plug into your phone. I used a 3.55mm female stereo jack on the body, and made my own male 3.55mm stereo to male 2.55mm stereo cord.
Third from the bottom on the right is the auxilary plug. This is where your music comes in from. Basic 3.55mm female stereo jack.
Top left is obviously where you plug in your headphones.
Step 3: Topology
Suprisingly, this rats nest wasn't too hard to soldier together, and held it's shape once removed from the cardboard test housing.
Just remember to PLAN AHEAD!
Step 4: Troubleshoot:
Also note that the mic doesn't have an "off" switch. It's always on, so if you're on a call, being bored, and are tempted to switch back to the music in both ears, the mic will still send your voice over the phone! (read: try not to sing along...)
Also if you're experiencing odd problems and have doublechecked your connections, make sure none of the soldier points are touching. And don't forget to try to "jiggle" the connections to see check if the soldier is becoming lose.
Keep in mind that the plugs that will go into the jacks have girth, and may interfere with other plugs if you put the jacks too close together! (like me)
Step 5: Enjoy!
Enjoy your possibly boring phone conversations by supplimenting them with music!