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Kenwood LMR Bluetooth Accessories List UPDATED 04-27-2020

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Last Updated Date: Apr 27, 2020
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Kenwood 3rd Party Bluetooth Accessories

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Compatible Bluetooth Communication Device List
ManufactureProduct NameConnection Type*1Remarks
PlantronicsVoyager LegendHeadset 1PTT less model
PRYMEBT-LMICHeadset 2
BTH-LMICHeadset 1
BTH-300Headset 1*2*3
BTH-300-NXHeadset 1
BTH-600Headset 1*2
BTH-700/800/900Headset 1*2
3MPeltor WS XP (MT53H7AWS5 / MT53H7BWS5 / MT53H7P3EWS5)Headset 1*4
Peltor WS ProTac XP (MT15H7AWS5/ MT15H7BWS5/ MT15H7P3EWS5)Headset 1*4
Peltor WS LiteCom Pro III (MT73H7A4D10NA / MT73H7B4D10NA / MT73H7P3E4D10NA)Headset 1*4
SensearSM1PHeadset 1
SM1P ISHeadset 1IS model
SM1xHeadset 1
IS-SDPHeadset 1
smartPlug (SMPLUG03001)Headset 1
SavoxBTR-155 Radio (K551061)Headset 1
AINA WirelessPTT Voice ResponderHeadset 1
MSAG1 SCBAHeadset 1
  • *1 Bluetooth Headset Connection Type can be configured by Programming Software and/or Radio Menu
  • *2 Radio's Bluetooth Device Name must be set as "RadioDongle" in order to use BTH-300 or BTH-600.
  • *3 If PTT does not work despite of the proper setting, it's might be due to the firmware of the device from PRYME.
    Please call 1-714-257-0300 at PRYME who would be able to resolve that.
  • *4 The product name represents the style of the headset.
    A: Headset, B: Neckband, P3E: Helmet attachment
 
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