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03-31-12, 11:49 PM #1
Can You Hear Me Now?!?
If the answer is "no" or "some of the time", then look no further! We are very pleased to announce that we are now carrying the PCL Soundwaves HD and the Soundwaves All-in-One earpieces.
These amazing earpieces are often referred to as "The best of the best". If you have an existing one , two, or three wire kit, we have a top end that will adapt to your existing kit.
If you are using a speaker microphone, we have a kit for that too! There is a 2.5mm (Otto and some EF Johnson) and a 3.5 (most all other manufacturers). See those here.
See all of our PCL Soundwaves HD and the Soundwaves All-in-One earpieces.
And best of all, they are on sale right now!
Please stop by and take a look. You won't be disappointed in these units.
04-01-12, 12:19 AM #2Premium Lifetime Member
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Can you tell me the difference between this and what I have. I love my ear piece my only problem is that sometimes it seems to clog and I run a can of compressed air through it and it is as good as new.
Now that I got an earpiece from the Earphone Guy I can not imagine working without one!Check your feelings at the door!
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04-01-12, 12:37 AM #3
Well, there are a couple of differences:
1. The issue of condensation goes away. Because the size of the tube is much shorter, you won't have the build up or need for the compressed air.
2. The speaker is positioned right behind your ear, and with the shorter tube, the sound quality is much louder. Plus the speaker is a higher grade speaker. Most officers say that they usually only have these turned up about half as loud as the traditional earphone kits.
Now, that's not to say the standard earphone kits are poor, these are just upgraded models.
Please let me know if you have any other questions!
04-01-12, 06:33 AM #4
Kinda hard to tell, but is that just a standard 6-pin Hirose connector on them? Also, how long is the cord? I snake mine down to the belt line, then out along the belt to my radio's Hirose connector. Super interested!
04-01-12, 03:28 PM #5
It's not a six pin hirose. It's a two pin that attaches to your existing kit. Unless you are going directly to a speaker mic in which case it's a 2.5/3.5mm plug.
It sounds like you have an existing kit, right? There should be a circular speaker (transducer), at that point is where the kit plugs in.
What brand kit do you have? We can help you get all setup!
04-01-12, 09:08 PM #6
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I'm in a similar place. I don't use it every day anymore, hopefully will more as I hope to get on the bicycle more this summer... but the service at Earphone Guy is unbeatable.Voting against incumbents until we get a Congress that does its job.
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