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Andrew Broughton

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Think Eartech/HollyCom level quality.


Looking for a coms earpiece that is like the security earpieces, but with an integrated mic. For a quiet setting where the com needs to be stealthy, so no headsets, and no boom mic.


Anyone seen anything like that? Easy to find bluetooth crap that is the right size earpiece, and full-size headsets for regular wireless coms, but I can't seem to find a crossover product.
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Anyone ever tried the Listen Technologies ListenTalk system?
https://www.listentech.com/product-category/digital/
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Think Eartech/HollyCom level quality.


Looking for a coms earpiece that is like the security earpieces, but with an integrated mic. For a quiet setting where the com needs to be stealthy, so no headsets, and no boom mic.


Anyone seen anything like that? Easy to find bluetooth crap that is the right size earpiece, and full-size headsets for regular wireless coms, but I can't seem to find a crossover product.

As you well know, I'm nothing if not discreet. . .

That being said, can't you just solder up a new plug on a motorola surveillance earnest and mic to get what you want? If I just needed a couple, that's what I would do.
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Andrew Broughton

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As you well know, I'm nothing if not discreet. . .

That being said, can't you just solder up a new plug on a motorola surveillance earnest and mic to get what you want? If I just needed a couple, that's what I would do.
Lol.
Sorry, looking for COM, not Walkies. i.e. full duplex.
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Lol.
Sorry, looking for COM, not Walkies. i.e. full duplex.
Here is the speaker and mic part, Im sure it can be adapted to whatever system you need. Maybe VCOM or Unity, or something expensive like Bolero or Roameo.


https://www.otto-comm.com/two-wire-surveillance-kit
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Anyone ever tried the Listen Technologies ListenTalk system?
https://www.listentech.com/product-category/digital/

I demoed this product. Basically half duplex and it had some weird quirks about how the satellite units had a hard time taking the talk from the base unit.

We settled on Unity Intercom. You can even buy old out of support Sonim phones off eBay if you want something hand-set-y.

Klein has lots of attachments for phones.
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I demoed this product. Basically half duplex and it had some weird quirks about how the satellite units had a hard time taking the talk from the base unit.

We settled on Unity Intercom. You can even buy old out of support Sonim phones off eBay if you want something hand-set-y.

Klein has lots of attachments for phones.
Thank you for your reply. The half-duplex nature of this product surprises me, as it's certainly not clear in the documentation. Makes them not much better than walkie-talkies in that regard.
While Unity would be ok, it's still not ideal. It works best with Cellular connectivity and there's no "super simple" belt pack. For non-tech people, I'm looking for something simpler and very compact and light.
Sad that this isn't the product.
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