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Best Quality Heatset/ Ear piece?

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Hi
I looking for a Headset (or how its called in English) for my Radio.

a) just a Ear piece for Speaker Mice -> i just my Sennheiser who work good but the are 2 and the othe get stuck on my cloth tools. The are Sennheiser Quality. Fit perfect and get not loose.
Are there any Quality ear piece? Many company (on the European Market) resell chinese chrap headphones who look rubbis, are rubbish and cost 40€ - 60€.

b) Headset -> I fond out that 3M makes Headsets and this look interesting:
PPE Safety Solutions 3M
does anyone know similar products?
 

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Sennheiser are (in the US) known for higher quality audio equipment. For radios typically all you want it "communiucations grade" with a much lower response range being all that you need.

A quick look on Amazon for "earbuds" "headsets" and similar terms will find you dozens of brand names including Bose and Klipsch, also reputable names in audio, mainly targeted to cell phones and similar needs. For military aviation quality, there are Panasonic and David Hall (a long time US military supplier) making traditional headsets that cover the ears with boom microphones.
 

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I have this original Headset and its total crap: EHS16 Ohrhörer mit C-Bügel | Hytera Mobilfunk GmbH
Its impossible to use with Glasses on and the think on the ear get pushed out.

WTF it look like new to me the have more accessory for the Radio...
Hytera ACS-01 Basis-Set mit PTT und Mikrofon ohne Ohrhörer | Hytera Mobilfunk GmbH

Is there some Adapter who fit watertide for the PD3 series?

The other Audio Accessories look like crap to: PD365 | Hytera Mobilfunk GmbH
all you want it "communiucations grade" with a much lower response range being all that you need.
but the dont fit that good. The Earphones are crap you cant understand anythink because the Earphone are not in your ear but 1cm beside it. When you walk, run, turn your Hard the fall out.

Does Bose have Products for the Radio Market?
 

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I think the closest Bose comes to the radio market is with their aviation headsets, which would not be compatible with ham radio standards. Aviation headsets generally are matched to entirely different impedances, etc.

Hytera is not in the same league as any of the Japanese, US, or other long-standing commercial radio makers. Not the same quality or performance, but at those prices, you can't get commercial quality. You get mass market, one small step above children's toys.
 

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I like my Heil sound headsets

Bob Heil makes high quality communications headsets

They have a model HTH-K that works on Kenwood and Baofeng
 

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Bob Heil makes high quality communications headsets
Link?
Hytera is not in the same league as any of the Japanese, US, or other long-standing commercial radio makers
this look like crab to: Audiozubehör • EMC-12W Ausstattung • Kenwood Deutschland
Aviation headsets
I dont want a capsule headset the are not that stealth enough I need for walk around in the City.
David Hall (a long time US military supplier)
Link? cant find.
 

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the mil style Peltor Products are not available in my country.
?! Link?

Now I ask Honeywell if the sell us there "mil style" System.
 
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