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Midland AVP-H3 Surveillance Headset (Pair)

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Midland AVP-H3 Surveillance Headset (Pair)
Key Features
  • Slim In-Ear Design
  • VOX and PTT Options
  • Works with All Midland GMRS/FRS Radios
The AVP-H3 AVP-H3 Surveillance Headset (Pair) from Midland provides you with 2 discreet communication headsets that are ideal for security, hunting, and other applications. Each slim headset fits directly into the ear canal and features a PTT mic and speaker attached to the ear tube. You can use the headset mic in push-to-talk mode, or in VOX mode for hands-free applications. Each headset is compatible with all Midland GMRS/FRS radios.
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question

Will this headset fit Uniden GMRS Radios or do you have one that does fit them?
Asked by: George K.
The AVPH3 is compatible with select Midland radios only. In general 2-way radio manufacturers use proprietary connectors on their radios and are rarely compatible across brands and in many cases models within a brand as well.
Answered by: Jeff P.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

Will this fit my iPhone 4? Will I need to buy additional accessories in order to use? Thank You!
Asked by: MURIEL B.
This will not fit your iPhone 4. This headset has two male plugs that connect to the radio or transmitter.
Answered by: Rodney A.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

I'd like to use this with the Panasonic KX-TR325S FRS radios. They have the dual pin plug (one std. 3.5mm and the other smaller) so perhaps this or some other one will work. This says it works with all Midland FRS radios, will it also work with the Panasonic that has the dual pin plug?
Asked by: Anonymous
If the Panasonic radio has a dual plug in, it should accept this earpiece.
Answered by: Rodney A.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

Can I use it in a football stadium on the football field
Asked by: Anonymous
Haha--fellow band director? Yes and no--if you are standing in front of a large marching band that plays loud (especially drum line) then you can't really hear very well. A lot of it has to do with the user on the other end--the urge to speak loudly on their part overloads the mic so all you hear is the sound around them thats making them talk loud and their raised voice. It helps if the person sending gets the mic very close to their mouth and speaks normally--the ambient sound does get cut out better when used that way.If used in the stadium away from the band, it works pretty well when used properly, even with a roaring crowd.Hope that helps!
Answered by: Alexander T.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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