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Boom Mic - Just Mic
I have designed and built a headphone adapter/transformer
for some custom-molded in-ear headphones that offer
excellent noise isolation (passive).
I actually use them as a musician.
In the plane, they sound very nice and are quite comfortable.
So - what I want is a boom mic.
I've actually ordered/purchased a couple off eBay, and find
that they aren't quite working right. (I haven't lost much $, though.)
Can anyone point to a regular ol' boom mic (head band or holder
Quite frankly, I like my earphones better than 5 or 6
over-ear sets I've tried (and mine are not very cumbersome).
So I'd like to just buy (used of possible - money is an issue . . .)
some boom headset that has the .206/.210" connector and use
the yoke PTT switch.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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