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Amron Model 2460-28 Standard Operator Headset with Boom Mic and Dual Banana Plugs

SKU: 2460-28 Rate this product


Availability: 18 available on Nov 10, 2017. Usually ships in 2 weeks if not in stock.

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  • Light and Comfortable
  • Adjustable Boom Microphone
  • Vinyl Cushioned Adjustable Ear Pads and Headband
  • Spiral Cord Can be Extended up to 8 feet

The Amron International Model 2460 Standard Headset is a light and comfortable headset for extended wear at an economical price. Adjustable boom microphone allows for ultimate positioning. The headset has vinyl cushioned adjustable ear pads and a rubber coated adjustable headband.

Headset includes a spiral cord that can be extended up to 8 feet. Longer length cable is available upon request.

DISCLAIMER NOTICE: Amron International’s communications equipment is designed to be used in air chambers where oxygen concentrations remain below 23.5%. Our communications products (including communicators, speakers, entertainment systems, and other communications accessory items) are NOT designed for oxygen service, are not intrinsically safe, and do not meet the criteria given in NFPA-99, Chapter 20 and other applicable definitions. Use of our products in high-concentration Oxygen environments may result in serious injury and/or death.


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  • How long is the spiral cord on the Amron Standard Headset?

    The compressed cord is 20 inches long but can be stretched to roughly 8 ft.

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  • Is the microphone on the Amron Standard Headset a noise-canceling microphone?

    No, the microphone installed on the Amron Standard Headset is a standard dynamic microphone. However, the Amron Deluxe Headset offers a noise-canceling microphone. 


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  • My newer 2460-28 headset produces feedback when the headset is within two feet of the communicator speaker. My older 2460-28 headset doesn’t produce the same feedback when used in the same scenario. Why?
    The older style headset has a 150 ohm microphone and the new style headset has a 90 ohm microphone. The 90 ohm microphone is more sensitive so the user simply needs to turn down the tender microphone volume to compensate for the change in response.
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