The iPod/MP3 adapter allows the end user to plug in any headset/earpiece and still be connected to two-way radio.
The ORA TAC in-ear system is a combination of lightweight hearing protection, ambient (tactical) listening and the ability to communicate via two-way radios in high noise areas, without the need for a traditional boom microphone.
The David Clark series 9900 is a heavy-duty wireless belt pack system for use in high-noise environments.
PWC has released the Peltor OraTac, a dual-sided in-ear headset said to provide clear communication with level dependent function (similar to situational awareness) when attached to professional two-way radios.
Audiomate, from AirWave, wirelessly enables headphones or headsets allowing users to make VoIP calls as far as 30 m from their computer.
Audiospecialist Sennheiser has released the S1 Passive, a high-performance general aviation headset that provides both good passive noise attenuation and comfort for pilots.
CRS Accessories has released a heavy-duty, over-the-head, noise-cancelling headset with either inline PTT or earmuff PTT to suit all two-way radios. The dual-muff headset is suitable for the manufacturing, mining and other industrial groups.
The single earmuff headset comes with either an inline PTT or earmuff PTT and is suitable for noisy environments where the user may have to listen to multiple conversations and wear another hearing device.
The Wireless Pacific TempleTalker delivers situational awareness for radio users requiring a radio headset solution.
Jabra ANZ has launched four unified communications headsets.
The listen only heavy-duty headset has a 3.5 mm plug allowing its use with any listening device from two-way radios to scanners.
The AVPNR headset offers passive noise reduction.
An adapter to allow MP3/iPod earpieces to be connected to two-way radios is now available.
The AVANR aviation headset is claimed to give full spectrum noise attenuation and reduction, and clearer sound.
3M Peltor with PWC have announced the DECT-Com II wireless duplex intercom system. Operating at 1.8 GHz DECT, it allows up to nine users to communicate in full duplex within a work team.