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Pryme Radio Introduces Foam Tips for Radio Accessories

September 30, 2011  | 

Photo: Pryme Radio.
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Pryme Radio will begin including Hearing Components' Comply Foam Tips A-100 with its surveillance kits to increase user's situational awareness and comfort, the company announced.

Pryme will begin including the foam tips with the kits in October. The patented "dual layer" technology of the foam tips helps users retain communication devices securely in the ear during fast-paced physical activities, accoording to a press release.

The Comply Foam Tips, which are made of "open cell" foam, allow the user to maintain 360-degree hearing while reducing the "plugged up" sensation often associated with in-ear communication devices. The tips are designed to reduce irritation and ear fatigue during extended use.

"When we saw and tested the Comply Foam Tips, we immediately recognized their superior design, performance and, most of all, comfort," said Dave George, president of Pryme Radio Products. "So of course we wanted to add these to our extensive line of acoustic tube products."

Pryme will also make available its Comply Foam Tips N-100, which are proven to deliver maximum noise isolation and improved speech intelligibility in higher noise environments.

"It is our passion to improve comfort and communication for the law enforcement and public safety community," said Steve Thompson, senior director of sales and marketing for Hearing Components. "We are excited to partner with Pryme because they share our desire to deliver high-quality, innovative solutions to improve products for our public safety professionals."

Tags: Pryme Radio, Two-Way Radios, Communications

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