What to Look for in a Two-Way Radio Headset 13-Point

What to Look for in a
Two-Way Radio Headset
13-Point Checklist of What You Should
Look for in a Two-Way Radio Headset
1 Detachable
Radio Connection Cables
Won’t need to change headset when upgrading radio
2 Digital
technology
Compatibility with digital and analog radios and improves sound clarity
3 Situational
awareness in noisy environments
Remain aware of hazards, alarms and fellow workers
4 Seamless
integration with existing PPE
Increases chances of effective adoption
5 Limited
In-Ear Noise Exposure
Reduces chance of hearing loss
6
Standalone communication features
Communicate outside of the larger radio network
7 A
number of styles for varying work environments
Increases chances of effective adoption
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What to Look for in a Two-Way Radio Headset
8 Built
in certified hearing protection
Peace of mind for workers
9
Rugged, lightweight and quality construction
Stands up to even the harshest of work environments
10 Easily
replaceable parts
Increases longevity of headset performance
11 Warranty
Covers for any problems
12 Expert
product help
Troubleshoot potential issues quickly
13 Battery
style (built in rechargeable / replaceable)
Flexible for length and frequency of use
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