|This heavy duty adapter converts one set of radio/intercom jacks, (.206" mic and .25" phone) into two sets. Can be used with any general aviation headset using PJ-068 & PJ-055B or equivalent plugs.|
Seems to work well so far. Was the least-expensive choice as far as splitters go!
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The PA-72S will not eliminate the need for an intercom. It is just an adapter that allows 2 sets of headsets to be plugged in to one set of jacks. If plugged in to a radio without an intercom, the 2 headsets will not be able to speak to each other but both would be able to transmit and receive through the radio.
This adapter Converts one set of radio or intercom mic and phone jacks into two sets meaning that you would now be able to talk to the 2 other headset users just as you did with the co-pilot side originally.
Approx 64 inches long.
Yes, as this has an input for the microphone.
Yes, this adapter will work with the Bose A20 dual GA jacks.