MaximalPower Two-Way Radio PTT Push-to-Talk Palm Speaker Mic for Motorola XPR6650 with Listen-Only 3.5mm Radio and Transceiver Headset Clear Coil Tube and Earbud Accessory (Combo)
PTT Push-to-Talk Palm Speaker Radio Mic
- Push-To-Talk (PTT) mic with single surveillance style acoustic tube
- Two polyurethane jacketed, kevlar reinforced wires
- Heavy duty, rugged polycarbonate housed PTT mic
- Metal clip secures the PTT Mic to the user's lapel or collar, conveniently locating it for easy use
- 100% compatible with all original equipment manufacturer (OEM) parts
Works with the following devices:
MOTOTRBO APX2000, APX6000, APX7000, APX7000SE DP3400, DP3401, DP3600, DP3601, DP4400, DP4401, DP4600, DP4601, DP4800, DP4801 DGP4150, DGP5050, DGP5550, DGP6150, DGP8050, DGP8550 MTP850 S, MTP830 S XPR 4500, XPR 6100, XPR 6300, XPR 6350, XPR 6380, XPR 6500, XPR 6550, XPR 6580, XPR 7350, XPR 7380, XPR 7550, XPR 7580 XiR P8620, XiR P8628
Listen-Only Headset with Clear Coil Tube and Earbud for 3.5mm Radios, Transceivers, and Radio Speaker Mics Jacks (RHF 617-1N)
- Ideal for high noise level environments and discreet listening
- Fits two-way radios (audio only), radio speaker mics, remote mics, MP3 players, and other audio accessories with 3.5mm earphone jack.
- Polyurethane jacketed, Kevlar reinforced wires
- Reinforced earphone clip provides cable retention and eliminates strain on earphone
- Low profile clear ear tube provides outstanding incoming communications
- Heavy Duty Material. Superb Audio Quality. Rugged Design
- Output level: 72dB,
- Rated input power: 0.1W
- Maximum input power: 0.2W
- Output impedance: 32 ohms
Works with the following devices
Works with any MOTOROLA/KENWOOD/ICOM radio, remote mic, and
speak mic with a 3.5mm earphone jack.
- 100% Compatible with all original equipment manufacturer (OEM) parts
- Package Includes: 1x PTT Palm Speaker Mic for 2-Way Radio, 1x Listen-Only Headset for 3.5mm Jack Radios and Transceivers with Acoustic Tube and Earbud
- SKU: #1142+0811
- US-based Brand with 1-Year Warranty and Customer Service Support
Acoustic Tube Cleaning in 5 Easy Steps.
The life span of an Acoustic Tube?
Depending on your environment with regard to temperature, humidity, dust etc, an acoustic tube should be replaced every 3-4 months. You may extend the life of your acoustic tube by cleaning it. If you rent out radios and earpieces for events
or motion pictures or anything else for that matter, the tubes should be discarded upon their return and new ones attached for the next rental.
5 Easy steps to clean and maintain your Acoustic Tube.
For best performance, your Acoustic Tube requires regular maintenance and cleaning. Over time the Acoustic Tube can become blocked with condensation, dirt, earwax, or body sweat. Once, every few weeks, a good cleaning will improve
performance and prolong the life of your Acoustic Tube and Components.
- Remove the Acoustic Tube from the clothing clip assembly by rotating the twist connector.
- Disconnect the Earbud, Jet and Elbow from the Acoustic Tubeends.
- Insert the straw from a can of compressed air into the hole at one end of the tube and blow any debris or water out of the Acoustic Tube.
- Pat the outside of the Earphone dry with a clean towel.
- Once dry, reassemble the Acoustic Tube Parts
I can’t hear anything through my Earpiece!
You can determine whether or not the Acoustic Tube Earphone is the source of the problem by testing if you can hear incoming radio calls through the speaker (transducer) with the earphone disconnected. Remove the Acoustic Tube from the clothing clip assembly by rotating the twist connector. Make sure that the audio accessory is properly connected to your two-way radio or speaker mic, and that the radio is turned on and the volume is turned up. Put your ear near the clothing clip assembly while your radio is receiving an incoming transmission. If you can
hear the transmission, then the sound pressure through your Acoustic Tube Earphone is being blocked by a kink, bend, debris, or may have a hole in the tube. Inspect the Acoustic Tube for damage or dirt and debris and then either clean or replace the tube.
The volume on my Earpiece was great but now the volume is
lower than it used to be.
The most likely cause is a blockage inside the Acoustic Tube, a hole or kink in the tube. Over time the Acoustic Tube can become blocked with condensation, dirt, earwax, or body sweat. Remove the Acoustic Tube from the clothing clip assembly by rotating the twist connector and then inspect your tube for damage or debris. If the Acoustic Tube appears damaged, replace it with a new one. If the tube appears to be blocked or dirty, clean the tube as above.
My Acoustic tube is changing color! The Acoustic Tube used to
be clear but it is now turning a yellowish brown.
The tube may simply be dirty. Cleaning it may help. However, the acoustic tube can become permanently stained or discolored over time due to exposure to UV light, heat, second hand smoke, or pollution. The discoloration should not affect the operation of the earphone unless it’s caused by debris.
My Acoustic Tube used to be soft and bendable but has hardened
Over time, the Acoustic Tube may begin to lose its pliability. This is part of the normal aging of the polyurethane material, but the process may be quickened by prolonged exposure to heat or Ultraviolet light. You should not leave the Earphone in the sun when you are not using it. If you notice the Acoustic Tube beginning to become brittle or to turn black, you should replace it with a new tube.
My Acoustic Tube has a bubble in it.
If the Acoustic Tube appears to have an air bubble inside of the tube, it may just have moisture or condensation trapped inside. Try cleaning the tube. If the tube material is warped, bulging, or distorted or if cleaning fails to improve the
problem, then just replace it. Replacement Acoustic Tubes fit all brands of earpieces using a quick disconnect acoustic tube.