radiosport Headset Microphone options:

The radiosport RS60CF headsets support mil spec style plug-in* Close-Talk, Noise Cancelling, Communications Microphones that allow you to change Mics to suit your particular radio. Your first choice of Mic is included in the price of our RS60CF headset. Additional Mics are extra cost.

The radiosport RS60CF-10A headsets comes standard with our M20 Electret-Condenser Mic and may be used on ANY HF Radio from any manufacture.

* Plug-in with 2 set screws on Mic contacts and 2 Mic retainer screws on the Mic holder.

The radiosport RS60CF headsets feature interchangeable Mil M101 Style microphones. You will never have to worry about your headset being obsolete if you purchase a new radio, or just want the convenience of changing the Mic to use with a different radio or operating style.

Note! Swapping Mics is no longer an issue as radiosport Headset-To-Radio Cables since late 2014 support the use of an Electret-Condenser Mic on ANY Amateur HF radio.

For more information about our Close-Talk, Noise Cancelling, Communications Microphones download our Mic PDF:

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  • M208 - Mil M101 Style - Broad Response Dynamic Microphone

    Introduced in 2016, this NEW 600 Ohm Dynamic microphone offers broader response than our M207 Dynamic Mic with low end down to 100Hz making it a great everyday Mic for early Kenwood, Yaesu and Flex radios when not chasing DX or Contesting, and perfect for the latest Flex, Kenwood and Yaesu Radios with TX EQ capability.

    This Mic is required when using the Balanced (differential) Mic input on any of these radios (e.g. Kenwood TS-950S, Yaesu FTDX-9000, and Flex Radio 6700 and 6600), since there is no possibility to use an Electret Mic with no ground return path for Mic BIAS.

    Balanced Mic input is desired when using a very long Mic cable (e.g. with a Rack Mounted radio) and also when used with external Mic Audio pre-processing gear ahead of the radio that also expects balanced (differential) audio interfaces.

    Note! Mic BIAS for Communications Mics is less than 5 VDC and IS NOT the 45VDC as used with Studio Electret Condenser Mics!

    M207 - Mil M101 Style - High Output Dynamic Microphone

    This Mic has largely been superceded by our M208 Dynamic Mic for modern HF desktop radios

    Added to our Microphone line up in 2013, this microphone offered 6dB more output than our M201 Dynamic Mic and a bit more low end response making it an excellent choise for legacy HF Desktop radios. It will provide true communications range for the utmost in voice articulation with the punch you want to break pile-ups with HF radios manufactured before TX EQ capability has added to the latest modern HF Desktop Radios.

    M201 - Mil M101 Style - Dynamic Microphone

    Replaced by our M207 Mic for Amateur Radio applications, however these Mics are still available for Commercial and Military Raio applications.

    The standard of the communications industry for heasets this microphone is in use in hundreds of thousands of industrial, public safety, and tactical headsets. This reliable low impedance Dynamic microphone has been the mainstay of communications headsets. It will provide true communications range for the utmost in spech clarity. A DX and Contesters choice if you have a deep voice and want to trim some low end response, specifically for use with radios produced before TX EQ became available on the most modern HF Radios.

    M20 - High Output Broad Response Electret Condenser Microphone

    This high output, broad response Close-Talk Noise Cancelling Mic is ideal for the latest HF radios with TX EQ capability, providing the tailoring TX Audio for either chasing DX, Contesting, or even ESSB with its 70Hz to 6000Hz frequency response. It is suppied as standard on our RS60CF-10A 10th Anniversary Headset. Factory Upgrade to this Mic is available for any RS60CF Headset.

    NOTE! Our Headset-To-Radio Cables exclusively provide support for this Mic on ANY HF, VHF/UHF radio regardless of the type of Mic originally supplied with the radio. This means there is never a need to switch Mics when moving your RS60CF-10A headset between radios in the shack.

    This reflective noise cancellation design coupled with high-output (directly from our Broadcast Boom-Mic Headset) makes this microphone ideally suited for ANY radio and a favorite for VHF/UHF Mobile/Portable radios.

    M350-ADJ - Adjustable Gain Electret Condenser Microphone

    This microphone has been the mainstay for legacy HF radios that require (or prefer) an Electret Mic. It provides all of the advantages of a Close-Talk, Noise-Cancelling Electret-Condenser Mic especially for DX and Contesting for HF Radios produced from the early 1990's up until the latest radios with TX EQ czapabilites.

    M360 (EM56)- High Output Electret Condenser Microphone

    This Microphone has been replaced by our new M20 Electret Mic.

    This reflective noise cancellation design coupled with high-output (directly from our Broadcast Boom-Mic Headset) makes this microphone ideally suited for very early ICOM radio and a favorite for VHF/UHF Mobile/Portable and HandHeld radios.

    Spare Foam Mic Wind Socks and Spare Cloth Ear Cup Covers (supplied standard on RS60CF) are available

    Click here to see our Accesories page for Mic Sock options.

    Instructions - How to Change Mics

    Click here to see how easy it is to change Mics.

    M201 - Dynamic Mic, M101 Mil style, Close-Talk, Low Impedance, Black case, white ID markings.
    - $ 48.00

    M207 - High Output Dynamic Mic, Close-Talk, Noise Cancelling, with more low end than M2071 Black case, silver ID markings.
    DXers choice - $ 55.00

    M208 - Broad Response 600 Ohm Dynamic Mic, 100Hz to >6KHz, Close-Talk, Noise Cancelling,
    Black case.- $ 58.00

    M350-ADJ - Electret Condenser Mic, Adjustable Gain, Close-Talk, Noise Cancelling, Blue Case, Polarity Markings. - $ 48.00

    M360- Electret Condenser Mic, Very High-output, Reflective Noise Cancelling, broader response, Polarity Markings, ID marking EM56. - $ 33.00

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