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Uhf Mircophones Hands Free


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Be mindfull of VOX if you are hunting with someone else. I've been with hunting groups that use VOX and they can activate with brushing through bush. Scrubs sounds transmitting to 10 or 12 UHF radios will scare anything off. You can also get throat mics for a lot of UHFs. They are great for nice clear sound (no wind noise) but just check that they will operate/activate if you are whispering, the cheap ones often can't. Also good if its super cold and you have a face mask or or something over your mouth. The big benefit of throat mics is that you can run all your leads under your shirt/jumper.

Jase

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I run a throat mic with the leads running around the pack.

Got it off eBay for cheap as to suit my Icom, but they had connectors to suit most radios.

Being a cheap run, I found a slight problem with it. If sitting in my car with the engine running, all the vibration of the car moves though my body and into the mic. But as I don't hunt in the bush while sitting in my car, there's no problem.

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