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Tactical Headsets: 2009

The use of headsets is prevalent in all law enforcement operations. And whether the needs are tactical or administrative, cops all want the same things from a  headset: clear communications, comfort, and durability.

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Communications: Sound Tactics

Columbine is a vivid example of what happens during a tactical operation when communications break down. It and 9/11 are also strong examples of why first responders need radios that can talk to personnel from other agencies.

Invisity In-Ear RF Receiver

Invisity is a narrow band RF receiver that is smaller than a lima bean and fits completely inside an ear. You can transmit instructions and other information to the user up to a distance of 820 feet away.

Television Equipment Associates Tactical Whisper-Mic Headset

TEA’s new High-threat tactical (HTT) whisper-mic headset provides both hearing protection and situational awareness with hear-through communications. The hear-through is provided by two separate, well-shielded mics that provide optimum stereo effect. While the user’s hearing is protected from concussion damage, ambient sound can be amplified so that you will hear a faint whisper or sounds of movement.

Television Equipment Associates CobraPLUS Tactical Headset

Television Equipment Associates’ CobraPLUS lightweight tactical set is created when you take any Cobra headset and mount it within the ear cushion kit—which can be configured for wearing on either ear—making it a multi-use headset. It has an open ring, allowing the position of an external hearing defender. A down-lead cable that can be attached to a variety of press-to-talk switches, and the earphone and noise-canceling microphone are both mounted on flexible boom arms.

Television Equipment Associates Collarset III Headset

The Collarset is a low-profile, “one-wire” headset. The receive signal is delivered to the ear via an acoustic tube and a comfortable earpiece. This earpiece is a “non-occluding” earmold, which means it lets the user monitor the radio discretely but does not affect situational awareness. The microphone is located on the upper chest and is worn under your shirt, yet it picks up your voice, even whispers, clearly and easily.

Television Equipment Associates Cell Phone Headset

The Invisio Bone Mic cell phone headset allows users to communicate via cell phone even in high-noise environments. The headset fits totally into one ear. Because the mic only receives vibrations from the user’s jaw bone, the mic signal is not adversely affected by high ambient noise. The headset works with cell phones that have “echo cancellation” and is supplied with a 2.5mm jack. Universal or custom earmolds are available.

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