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Old 05-06-2018, 04:55 PM
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i am interested in the walkie using with the gp teams lately. other than sena, is there other less expensive on the market?
i already have a pair of frs, but the vox is one way, always have to wait for other stop talking. communication broken in between.
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i am interested in the walkie using with the gp teams lately. other than sena, is there other less expensive on the market?
i already have a pair of frs, but the vox is one way, always have to wait for other stop talking. communication broken in between.
Here is the link to the ones we use. They work great.
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thanks Tony, just checked the comment from amazon, any comment with the using time of the lithium battery?
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A little cheaper here, at least before any amazon shipping deals. Also currently out of stock if your in a hurry.
We get about 6 hours of on time out of the battery. Easily a full day at the track with 2 guys running 1 class each and swapping pit duties for each other
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Has anyone tried using cell phones and blue tooth headsets? Seems like this would be a very cheap alternative.
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[QUOTE=Troy Mckune;15224272]Has anyone tried using cell phones and blue tooth headsets? Seems like this would be a very cheap alternative.[/QUOT

Cell phones are not allowed nor do they work, no noise canceling
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Has anyone tried using cell phones and blue tooth headsets? Seems like this would be a very cheap alternative.
Im about to try that
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Has anyone tried using cell phones and blue tooth headsets? Seems like this would be a very cheap alternative.
we tried them at the club level, they are OK, but poor noise canceling is an issue as is the cord gets in the way for the pit man, running it inside a shirt works but not great and he still crouching down with a phone in pocket.... mess up 1 phone by breaking it or splashing fuel on it and you've surpassed the price of the headsets
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Originally Posted by miller tyme View Post
we tried them at the club level, they are OK, but poor noise canceling is an issue as is the cord gets in the way for the pit man, running it inside a shirt works but not great and he still crouching down with a phone in pocket.... mess up 1 phone by breaking it or splashing fuel on it and you've surpassed the price of the headsets
We are tired "Plantronic" 5200, it have 4 adaptive microphones to reduce the noise and the result is very good.
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