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Black Diamond Advanced Technology – Windows or Android, APEx Don’t Care

Friday, December 19th, 2014

If you’re a JTAC, check this out.

Magpul Now Shipping iPhone 6 Field Case

Friday, November 21st, 2014

field case

Magpul has expanded their line of mobile device Field Cases to include the iPhone 6. Made from flexible thermoplastic, the Field Case features PMAG-style ribs and a snap-on design for easy installation and removal.

Available in Black and OD Green. Designed and manufactured in the USA.


Starting in mid-December, Magpul will also start shipping the Field Case for iPhone 6 Plus, and the Bump Case for Galaxy S5.

The Field Case for iPhone 6 Plus is made from flexible thermoplastic, and features PMAG-style ribs and a snap-on design for easy installation and removal.

The Bump Case for GALAXY S5 features a two-material construction, consisting of a hard protective polymer shell and an inner shock absorbing layer. Low profile PMAG-style ribs add grip, and a snap-on design allows for easy installation and removal.

AUSA – OTTO Cable Management Clip

Wednesday, October 15th, 2014


The Cable Management Clip from OTTO is a PALS compatible means to route and manage communications on your kit. Reusable, it’s available in a black, tan, flat dark earth and OD green.


AUSA – Silynx Offering ANR Ear Pro

Wednesday, October 15th, 2014


As part of their Tactical Communication and Protective System entry, Sylinx offered the U.S. Army what they are calling TCAPS Lite to help mitigate Noise Induced Hearing Loss. It offers the same Active Noise Reduction and volume control switches/battery case of the popular Clarus comms headset but without the ability to connect to a radio. This device offers a lower cost option for those not equipped with a radio but yet still require ANR which not only protects hearing but also increases situational awareness.


TEA Headsets – Next Generation Invisio X5 To Be Introduced At AUSA 2014

Monday, October 13th, 2014

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Invisio X5

TEA Headsets has announced that they will be introducing the next generation Invision X5 at this year’s AUSA. The full release can be read below:


October 13h, 2014 – Brewster, New York - TEA Headsets will introduce the next generation of the INVISIO® X5 dual in-ear bone conduction headset at AUSA in Washington on October 13th. TEA Headsets/INVISIO will be at Booth 7935.

GEN2 X5 w-SS's

As in-ear headsets continue to gain major traction and market share, many of the changes found in the new X5 zero in on accommodating even more ear shapes/sizes and comfort.

The next generation INVISIO® X5 is 12% smaller than the current X5. The earpiece’s new contoured shape provides a more ergonomic fit. Also different is the Soft SpringTM (retention spring), which is now integrated into the earpiece housing. To ensure comfort and security the headset now includes 3 different sizes/lengths of Soft Springs, Long/Medium/Short.

Color-Coded Comply Tips-REV1014

In addition to more Soft Springs the X5 accommodates 6 different sizes of Comply Foam tips to provide the best level of hearing protection and fit possible.

G2 X5-NL

The entire cable assembly has also been ruggedized. The lower part of the cable has an increased cable diameter and strain relief and the upper part of the assembly has also been beefed up for added durability. Even with the increase in cable size the X5 still achieves a high level of user comfort and feels lightweight when donned.

Also new is an integrated clip for cable management that secures the headset to the user’s tactical vest as well as a more tactile tension adjustment slider that makes it easier to adjust when wearing gloves.

From a performance standpoint the new INVISIO X5 performance remains the same, offering industry leading hearing protection 29NRR/32SNR, audio quality and situational awareness in a small and comfortable in-ear wearing style.

The new INVISIO® X5 is now in full production with evaluation samples available in December and volume deliveries will be in early Q1 of 2015. The headset will be offered for all of the INVISIO® control units.

GEN2 INVISIO X5 Control Units-REV1014

INVISIO Bone Conduction Technology:

The extensively fielded and combat proven INVISIO X5 is a dual in-ear headset that provides hearing protection and enhanced electronic hear-thru that utilizes patented INVISIO Bone Conduction Microphone Technology. This technology captures speech directly from the inner ear via vibrations off the jawbone and provides ultimate speech clarity in high noise or combat applications.

Communication is possible underneath gas masks/HAZMAT suites and sound can be picked up even at a whisper!

TEA will be featuring their new COM-CHECK STATION their AUSA Booth this year.

This new interactive display allows you to quickly try out any of our headsets and hear the TEA difference in quality for yourself!

MDM – OTTO – Dual Comms H-250

Wednesday, September 24th, 2014


OTTO has solved an issue that has plagued radio operators since the concept of dual comms in a single radio came out. Their new Dual Comms H-250 handset has two buttons, one for each channel. How sweet is that?

MDM – Battle Systems LLC

Wednesday, September 24th, 2014

Battle Systems is introducing the Multipurpose Marker Panel (MP2B).


Developed by EAGLEelement and Battle Systems this multifunction signal panel vp an be attached to a day pack but can also be used as a bag for a variety of uses such as SSE.

Kopis Mobile – NTtv Video Segments Part 6 – Evidence Collection

Saturday, September 6th, 2014

In this sixth and final in a series of videos from Kopis Mobile, Kopis demonstrates how their Networked Tactical Television (NTtv) system can be used for evidence collection during an operation, as the NTtv system can record up to 30 hours of time and geo location stamped video. Additionally, each video stream can be individually and specifically labeled to identify which team member recorded the footage as well as the subject of the footage.

Kopis Mobile – NTtv Video Segments Part 5 – Improving Training

Friday, September 5th, 2014

In this fifth in a series of videos from Kopis Mobile, Kopis demonstrates how their Networked Tactical Television (NTtv) system can be used to improve training by allowing the instructor(s) to see multiple views and team members through a live feed of the scenario.

Kopis Mobile – NTtv Video Segments Part 4 – UAS Support

Thursday, September 4th, 2014

In this fourth in a series of videos from Kopis Mobile, Kopis demonstrates how their Networked Tactical Television (NTtv) system can be used for UAS Support, by integrating into an Unmanned Aerial System drone to provide surveillance on unknown threats.