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Thales Liberty - Heavy Duty Headset

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Jul 8, 2017
United States
I own several (discontinued) Thales Liberty radios. I am looking for an over-the-ear PTT headset.
I have contacted Thales, who confirmed that their remaining stock of accessories is gone.

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Pictured above is the listing for the Thales model. I know for certain all Thales audio accessories were made by OTTO.
In researching, I think the Liberty headset was an OTTO V4-10148, or a similar model with a liberty sidemate adapter.
Besides finding a Liberty model, I believe my only hope is a headset with a 6-Pin Hirose connector (and same pinout).

Liberty Pinout.png Liberty Sidemade Adapter.png Similar OTTO Model.jpg

If anyone here happens to have one of these headsets, please let me know.
That being said, I am looking for some advice on procuring a headset with similar functionality.
Any guidance would be sincerely appreciated.
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