TBCH-PRO B/M Tactical Bone Conduction Headset
Professional heavy duty tactical binaural bone conduction headset that allows the operator to send and receive radio transmissions through facial bones. Dual bone conduction temple speakers to send and receive, leaving your ears free to allow 360 degrees of situational awareness. Boom Mic is best for high noise because of its noise cancelling and directional features. It features a large robust push-to-talk that is easy to operate. Bone Conduction Mic can be used with an SCBA or Gas Mask. Used by SWAT, HAZMAT and Gang Units.
- Extra PTT button you can mount externally on your finger or weapon.
- Nexus connector to easily disconnect the headset from the
- Interchangeable design provides flexible mounting options.
- Radio connector cords can be easily replaced if radio model changes.
- Has Kevlar® reinforced cables to guarantee reliability.
- It can be worn with a mask and helmet.
- Ideal for Tactical Teams, SWAT, and Gang Units.
- One year warranty.
Available for Motorola & Kenwood Two-Way Radios, MIL STD-810
In simulated environment during "force on force" scenario training, this product was tested for function and clarity. No problems to report at this time.
Currently i don't test it in real condition, but the very small test i did comforted me in my purchase.
Going to the range today; I’ll be testing the headset in a loud environment and I’m looking forward to those results. The sound is great so far. The build quality is high.
Was questioning it because I never heard of them. I bought it for airsoft. I wear a mesh mask, goggles & a bookie hat. I tried putting on a helmet with this. It is a little tricky with a helmet set up so I opted not to use the helmet. Boom mic reaches to the front of the mask too. Crystal clear incoming & outgoing! Love that my ears aren’t covered at all. I definitely recommend it & will to others that ask! Thanks for the awesome product! I will be making a YouTube channel & feature this on it!
With regular heavy use and abuse it has withstood very well. The only issue I have had is that the rubber cups that’s going around the bone conduction have come unglued and slide sometimes but usually only during donning or doffing so it’s an easy and convenient fix. I’ve never had the slide on me once I’m wearing them. Great sound quality. In high noise environments I recommend wearing ear protection. Both because it will save your ears from the noise but also having plugs in even only on one side helps filter out the environment and better hear the radio. In mid to low noise environments it’s not a problem to hear audio clearly and the mic sends crystal clear traffic outbound. On the room for improvement side I would only ask that CodeRED make more options than just the puck. I’d love a dual PTT so I can run two comms simultaneously.