The IIsx is the world’s most popular 2-place, portable intercom. The modular design offers expansion capability to the backseat if needed.
Flightcom IISX 2 place includes:
Perfectly works for what we bought it and reasonably priced.
Works great right out of the box!
Excellent, clear communication. Nice design. Easy to handle.
Best intercom I have ever owned. Works great with my 760 radio and in a open cockpit environment.
For the price, you simply cant beat it. It took a little time to get it fine-tuned with the handheld radio in my Champ. After I was able to do that, I thought the audio quality was decent. The enclosure itself is a little bulky. I really think the designers could have gotten away with a plastic enclosure as opposed to a fairly thick-gauge metal one.
This is the second Flightcom II intercom Ive purchased. The 1st one was in 2003 that I installed in an 1946 Aeronca Champ 7AC which I sold in 2014. I just purchased a Challenger II and this Intercom provides me a functional/economical intercom. Even when the battery goes dead, Im still able to used the unit on Pilot Only (selection) when used with my battery powered handheld transceiver. Its just what I needed for my Challenger II.
Works fine, good price. A very little bit of static (not for Audiophiles) but is certainly clear enough to reliably communicate
Works as expected, pilot to co-pilot communication is clear and static free. radio communication is as good as the radio is capable of.
Tested it. Not sure if itâ€™s my setup but not impressed. Bose headsets and yeasu handheld radio. Coms are pretty good but when keyed to transmit everything was garbled and hard to understand at best.
No, it is a portable intercom and is not designed to be mounted in/on the instrument panel.
No this will not as your computer does not have .25 and .206 jack input like an aircraft would. You can you Aircraft Spruce P/N 13-04178 but this is only for one headset.
Yes, both pilot and co-pilot can have a conversation while power is on and not pluged into the aircraft jacks.
If a music device is connected to the IISX per the manual on page 4 "radio, intercom, and music signals will be mixed" (volume control for music is controlled via the music device).
Per the manual, the Flightcom IISX 2 place portable intercom can only output mono regardless if the source is stereo or mono. If you have a stereo headset, you would also have to set it to mono when plugged in. In this setting though, you can hear music in both ears.
The Flightcom IISX 2-Place intercom will work with an Icom handheld provided that the appropriate ICOM adapter is interfaced with the intercom.
Using an extension cable such as PN: 11-06520 will work fine between the Flightcom IISX 2-place portable intercom and a your headset.
Yes, it will work. You will need the headset adapter cable OPC-499 which is our part number 11-18537.
Yes, you will need part number 11-02562 to adapt the FTA-230 to the flightcom IISX intercom (11-08700). If you would like a PTT switch add part number 11-12100.
With use of cable 11-11565 you can connect your Go-Pro inline with your headset. This will record all audio to your Go-Pro device. You can use this configuration with any intercom or com unit.