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Noise Protection With Communications
Communications headsets have been developed for all sorts of applications, and for use with many different kinds of communications devices including military and police radios, FMRS frequency general purpose radios, aviation radios, auto racing and motorcycle comm systems.
Most such systems can accommodate common plugs such as the 3.5mm standard stereo or monaural plugs that are usually provided with the various types of headsets today, but no matter what kind of connector your communications device requires, there is an adapter or specialty headset that will let you marry the noise protection you need with the ability to communicate. If you do not find what you need among the products listed on this page, please contact us and we will do our best to assist you.
In addition to the various types of headsets that will plug into your existing devices, we also offer a number of self-contained two-way headsets that both protect your hearing and let you communicate with no external radios required.
|2-Way Communication Ear Muffs (uses external radio)|
2-Way Communication Ear Muffs for Use With External Radio facilitate safe 2-way radio communications in high-noise environments, and each set of ear muffs includes both a microphone and an input jack to connect with your current 2-way radio. These are the ideal solution for very loud environments in which members of a team of two or more need to maintain communications and still have continuous protection from hazardous environmental noise.
|Hunting Hearing Aids|
In-ear hunting hearing aids are available in behind the ear or in the canal models. These devices amplify sound so you can hear better, but they automatically limit the volume to a safe level when a dangerously loud sound comes in contact with the earpiece.
|Face-to-Face Communication Ear Muffs|
Face-To-Face Communication Ear Muffs allow industrial workers to easily speak to and hear one another in high noise environments without ever needing to remove their hearing protection ear muffs. No microphones or radios are required, so workers may communicate naturally, face-to-face.