The new Handie Talkie Headset (HTH), from Heil Sound, is a single-sided, lightweight headset designed for use with popular handheld transceivers. The HTH provides hands free and discreet two-way communication while maintaining the comfort necessary for extended use in moderate noise environments. It features a left or right ear adaptable earpiece and an in-line Push-to-Talk switch.
The HTH is being introduced with pin-outs for three handie talkies – iCom, Yaesu, and Kenwood/Baofeng – and plans are underway to offer additional models.
- HTH-I: Works with 2-pin Icom
- HTH-Y: Works with TRRS Yaesu/Vertex*
- HTH-K: Works with 2-pin Kenwood, Baofeng, and Wouxon
*For the weather resistant Yaesu/Vertex such as the VX6R and VX7R please use the HTH-I and a Yaesu CT-91 adapter
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