The Micro System headset is a new generation of headset which forms the basis for an intercom system designed specifically for use in very high noise environments where wind noise may also be a problem.
Each headset contains a specially developed electret noise canceling microphone. an electronic speech processor and a rechargeable battery located in the headband. Connecting two or more headsets together forms an intercom providing communication for a minimum of ﬁfty hours.
Micro System headsets can be connected to a radio via a range of interface units and are fully compatible with all available radio transceivers. The headset is noise attenuating and provides hearing protection in noise levels up to 11OdB(A).
The microphone is mounted in a rubber anti-shock holder and is protected by a foam wind shield that can be removed easily for cleaning or replacement.
The headset speakers are housed in acoustically balanced enclosures which seal the headset against moisture and also allow the ear-cups to be cleaned hygienically.
Each headset battery can be recharged up to one thousand times, and does not suffer from Memory effect.
All Lynx headsets are fitted with Silicone Gel ear seals and are fully adjustable.Attention: Chargers are sold separately.
After trying other systems and improving headsets and mics along with other improvements, I finally broke down and spent the money for a Lynx system. Although they are proud of their equipment, the quality is there. I am now able to communicate with my passenger clearly and seldom get asked to repeat over the radio. Well worth the money.
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