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How To Connect Single and Dual Downlead Cables to Your Ops-Core AMP Communication Headset

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2 Responses to “How To Connect Single and Dual Downlead Cables to Your Ops-Core AMP Communication Headset”

  1. 96C says:

    They are really amazing bits of gear… It is a shame that the AMP line is fairly offensively priced, even for most government departments. A complete system is very quickly $2,000+ here each with the correct down leads, PTT, arc brackets etc. Boss’ baulk at quotes including nearly any of their items. OH&S is a critical area, still have to justify why these are so much more efficient than much cheaper units that have some similar features. More effort, further justification required.

  2. Logz says:

    Configurable downleads. Cool. Idea to make it even better.

    If one cable is attached: radio audio goes to both ears. Use case is a soldier listening to the tactical net that only needs one channel and can hear it in both ears.

    If two cables are attached: left cable sends radio audio to left ear/ right cable radio audio to right ear. Use case: a leader who needs to monitor the fires or command channel in one ear while maintaining the tactical channel in the other ear.

    The way I understand it, the audio from any cable will go to both ears. This gets hectic. Then you start adding dual-comm PTTs or two channel radios putting more than one channel on a single downlead…