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Default Next/previous track headset buttons resistance

Hi guys,
I searching a resistance value for next/previous track headset buttons.
I found 220 and 600 Ohms, but this work for me as Volume Up / Down.
Finding this is really hard without special tools ( I have only multimeter), so maybe someone knows these values? or will check in some damaged headset?
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220 / 600 ohm sounds like right values for volume, according to: http://www.instructables.com/id/Gala...ote-with-medi/

For next/prev usually you need to use Play/Pause button where double-click skips to the next track and triple-click skips to the prev track. With a wired in-line remote - only 3 buttons are supported, Play/Pause and Volume Up/Down. With Bluetooth, its a different story since that wireless protocol supports separate Play/Pause, Volume Up/Down, and Track Next/Prev.
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Ok, thanks for reply
But I found next button with 1kOhm resistance, whose work as "back to first track in queue"
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i tried all values to 10kOhm (every step: +150 Ohm)
Summary:
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0 to ~100 Ohm work as Play/Pause and Google Search when long pressed;
~220/600 Ohm work as Volume Up/Down;
~1000 Ohm work as "back to first track in queue" or "enter" in some cases;
- next/prev track - double/triple click Play/Pause button
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So there is no other way for next/prev track than double/triple click Play/Pause button.
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