Universal foam replacement microphone screen
For use with Electret Microphones. Improves Communications also reduces wind and cockpit noise.
Just what I was looking for.
Perfect fit for my old H10 David Clark. The O ring was not really a factor.
We like these as the do a great job and cost effective as sometimes you just occasionally lose one.
Very good, exactly as expected. I use a small zip tie to secure it to the mic.
Good price. Well made.
Fit nicely onto Bose microphone. Seems to work well.
These windscreens work as expected, but it would be nice if they came with a retainer (the rubber band thingy).
A cheaper alternative to the Bose A20 windscreen, but a bit too large for the A20 mic. A small zip tie or narrow strip of velcro keeps it from falling off.
Fits and does the job as advertised, cost compared to OEM is less than 1/3 cost. How costly would it have been though to have included a small zip tie to attach to boom mike?
Yes itâ€™s a mic muff. It fits the mic boom. It is not the direct replacement for the Bose A20 headset.
Yes, this will fit the Bose A20 mic.
As the H10-30 is has a unique shape and size for the microphone, this would not be a suitable windscreen.
Yes, this universal mic screen should work just fine with the Faro G2 headset.
It will fit over the mic on a Sigtronics S58, but it is not a direct replacement of the original mic muff.
Yes, this mic muff will fit both headsets.
Length is 2 inches, circumference is approx 7/16 inch.
Part # 11-09201 is manufactured and produced by David Clark. The part # 11-04840 is a generic version. They both fit the same headset mic size.
Yes. This should fit the Lynx micro headset microphone.
0.65". It should fit most general aviation headset mics.