The PHS Ltd headset system is designed to be installed
in minutes without any damage or modifications to helmet, bike or
Headsets consist of two thin ear speakers which are held into the lining of the motorcycle helmet with velcro "hooks" , There is the option of sticking ear-cushions on the flat ear-speakers as this helps isolate the road noise and improve communications audio quality. However there may be a problem with ear-cushions and a tight helmet ,it could get uncomfortable after a while. The microphone can be of a wire cable type, and it to held into the chin bar by velcro or one can have a boom mic option held onto the helmet by velcro to the outside , where the mic boom bends down and passes under the chin bar up infront of the mouth. There is a cable hanging down from the headset that has a Minidin connector .
headset detail with Audioline PMR500 radio
This enables one to hop off the motorcycle, unplug
yourself from the wiring harness and go and pay for Gas etc.....
The wiring harness is a curly cable which will stretch out to well over 1 m long , this connects to a "Y" junction that splits the harness into two cables , one a short one about 15 cm long terminates in a plug specific to the radio transceiver used.
The other cable about 200mm long has a male mini din connector that connects to the cable that runs from the waterproof PTT switch held onto the left handle grip by a velcro strap. the PTT cable connects to the harness via a minidin connector.
When you purchase a headset there is enough components to ride away talking ( provided you already have the matching radio transceiver )
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