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XTS Speaker Mic

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Gezelle007

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Just a quick question, will the XTS Speaker mic NMN6247A or NMN6247 fit on the jedi series. Noticed tha it has the same style connector but it doesnt have the same style of locking mechanism for the radio- on the connector side of the XTS radios pretty much matches the side on the Jedi radios. So, if anyone knows, post a reply.
 

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The 6247 is a public safety mic for the XTS5000/3000/3500 radios and requires an RF adapter. It will not work with any other radios. If you need a public safety mic Jedi radios, you might look into the NMN6244B
 
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