Avcomm Headset Splitter 5Ft

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Part# 11-02291
MFR Model# P2-010


Use 1 General Aviation (GA) plug and power any 2 GA headsets. The new headset jacks will be 5' apart. Perfect to have as a back up in flight headset jack.
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February 17, 2022

Really the exact cable splitter we needed for the application to let me connect an additional headset the the intercom and the length was perfect to make the connection.

William D
September 14, 2020

Great product, for those few times I have people in the back seat of my Skyhawk. This item allows the backseat passenger to be in communication with others in the cockpit. Much less money than having head phone jacks wired in permanently.

March 19, 2020

I had a problem with my back seat headphone jacks, this splitter allowed my back seat passenger to communicate with no problems. Great product.

October 12, 2017

Ordered two units for 66 PA-32. Weve only used them twice but theyve worked as designed. They look to be sturdy and well built. My only wish is that there was a retraction system so that the unused cord length could be retracted instead of loose in the cabin. On the positive, the units had plenty of cord to reach from the rear audio jacks to all four aft seats. For the price, Id happily purchase again.

Jeff L
June 11, 2020


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