The Throat Microphone combines a conduction microphone and acoustic-tube earpiece into a single unit that fits comfortably around your neck. The Throat Microphone converts vibrations from the larynx into clear transmissions, and does not interfere with your gas mask, shroud or helmet. The integrated acoustic tube earpiece places your radio’s speaker in your ear for clear and private radio reception. The Throat Microphone is ideal for SWAT, tactical and military use.
The Throat Microphone Headset offers an Auxiliary push to talk (PTT) port. Connect the remote PTT (sold separately) to the Aux PTT port on the main PTT. The cable is run inside or outside your clothing depending on your preference.
The Throat Microphone Headset is worn around your neck with the earpiece over your ear. Adjust the neck grip for optimal comfort. Clip the PTT button to the center of your shirt or other convenient location. The cable is run inside or outside your shirt depending on your preference.
The Throat Microphone Headset is worn around your neck with the earpiece over your ear. Adjust the neck grip for optimal comfort. Clip the PTT button to your vest on your shoulder or other convenient location. The cable is run inside or outside your vest depending on your preference.
The Throat Microphone has an inline push to talk (PTT) button located approximately 30" from the radio connector on the main wire. Most Throat Microphone models have a 2.5mm remote PTT port on the side of the inline PTT. You can attach a remote PTT button with a 2.5mm plug to the Inline PTT here. When attached, both the main PTT and the remote PTT will activate the PTT function. The remote PTT is helpful for use cases where it is desirable to have an additional PTT button located in another location than your main PTT button.
Throat microphones are great for many uses. Originally designed for military and tactical applications, but also great for any situation where you must wear protective gear which makes it difficult or impossible to use a speaker microphone or lapel microphone effectively.
The throat microphone contains inductive microphones that make contact with the front of the throat. The inductive microphones convert sound vibrations in the larynx to audible communication for transmission.