Eartec Cyber Behind-the-Neck Single-Ear Headset for ComPak Beltpack Radio (CS)

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Eartec Cyber Behind-the-Neck Single-Ear Headset for ComPak Beltpack Radio (CS)
Key Features
  • For ComPak Beltpack
  • 1/8" (3.5mm) Mini
  • Ultra Lightweight
  • Discreet Design
The Cyber Behind-the-Neck Single-Ear Headset for the ComPak Beltpack Radio from Eartec is an ultra-lightweight single-ear headset designed for industries where headsets are worn for an entire shift. Ideal for food service, health care, and more, the Cyber weighs only half an ounce. The slender tension band slips discreetly behind the neck, and the adjustable gooseneck allows a wearer to position the microphone with precision. The single-sided cable helps to minimize snags and tangles for comfortable all-day wearing. The cable features a 1/8" (3.5mm) mini connection for use with ComPak beltpacks.
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Eartec CSCYB Overview

The Cyber Behind-the-Neck Single-Ear Headset for the ComPak Beltpack Radio from Eartec is an ultra-lightweight single-ear headset designed for industries where headsets are worn for an entire shift. Ideal for food service, health care, and more, the Cyber weighs only half an ounce. The slender tension band slips discreetly behind the neck, and the adjustable gooseneck allows a wearer to position the microphone with precision. The single-sided cable helps to minimize snags and tangles for comfortable all-day wearing. The cable features a 1/8" (3.5mm) mini connection for use with ComPak beltpacks.

Ultra lightweight design
Discreet behind-the-neck band
Great for all-day use
Single earpiece
Flexible gooseneck
Single-sided cable

Eartec CSCYB Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight0.1 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.1 x 5.1 x 1.6"
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Has anyone been able to use this headset under a full face motorcycle helmet?
Asked by: Galen R.
Although this may physically fit under a helmet, it is not designed to offer remediation of wind or motor noise, nor does it offer any noise-cancellation features.
Answered by: Mark S.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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