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Motorola 53865 Headset with Swivel Boom Microphone


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  • Compatible with Motorola XTN, AX and CLN-series radios
  • Push-to-talk button located on side; compatible with voice-activated accessories for hands-free use
  • Padded boom-style microphone
  • Attaches with secure spring-loaded clip
  • 90-day warranty
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Technical Details
Item Weight4 ounces
Product Dimensions12 x 9 x 1 inches
Item model number53865
Warranty1 Year Limited Warranty
  
Additional Information
ASINB00008JOM6
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableOctober 2, 2002
  
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  • Brand Name: Motorola
  • Model: 53865

Product Description

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This headset/microphone combination allows you to talk and listen without removing your Motorola radio from your belt--it's a great solution when you're on the move. Compatible with Motorola XTN, AX and CLN -series two-way radios, this accessory allows you to hear messages in quiet environments without disturbing others; the boom style microphone helps ensure clear communication and comfort for a variety of users. A push-to-talk button is located on the side of the microphone, making it unlikely that it could be pushed accidentally. The headset is compatible with XTN, AX and CLN -series two-way radios. With the addition of HMN9037 (available separately), the headset can be used hands-free. Motorola includes a 90-day warranty.

What's in the Box:
Padded boom microphone headset with cord, user's guide, warranty and registration card

Product Description

53865 Features: -Headset with swivel boom micro (VOX capable) . -For use with CLS, RDX, DTR Series. -1 Year warranty.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Paul Griffith on September 2, 2009
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We had trouble locating the correct headset for our Motorola radios, model RDU4160d. If you get an "unapproved" model, the speaker on the radio won't shut off when the phones are plugged in -- defeating the purpose.

These phones are the right ones, and work well -- once you learn two things:

1. You must insert the plug FIRMLY. There's a last 1/4" to push it in which isn't obvious, and the radio's speaker won't cut off if you don't. (This is probably designed to seal out moisture and dirt, but it's not easy to plug/unplug.)

2. The VOX setting on the RDU4160d is not obvious. If you DON'T want voice activation, you mustn't use the "OFF" setting (logically the correct choice). Set VOX to low, medium or high, turn the radio on with headset already connected, and use the transmit (PTT) button on the radio one time. This will deactivate the VOX feature. (If you set it to "off", it will always be in a very sensitive VOX mode.)

IMPORTANT: Check the Accessory Part Numbers for your specific Motorola radio before purchasing a headset! They look interchangable, but they're not!
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By Judy on June 3, 2014
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There was no talk back button on the headset as the description said. The only way to do a talk back was to push the talk back button on the radio. It was also somewhat heavy and tight on my head, no matter how I tried to stretch it out. I don't have that big of a head, so I can't imagine how it would feel on a man's head. I was very disappointed and returned it.
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By Amazon Customer on May 3, 2014
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We purchased 3 of these headsets expecting them to only have audio come out of the earphones. All three did not meet our expectations because the sound came through the walkie talkie and not the earphones. Very disappointed with our purchase.
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