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Motorola 56320 Earpiece w/ Boom Microphone for Talkabout (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Motorola Earpiece with Boom microphone.
- Push-to-talk and vox-capable using most Motorola TalkAbout 200, 5000, 6000, and 7000-series radios
- PTT-only with TalkAbout T5100, T5200, and fr50 and fr60 radios
- Designed for great sound, even in noisy environments
- Ear clip secures earpiece
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Further, the headset is PTT-only compatible--meaning you can talk at the push of a button and listen in all cases with the TalkAbout T5100, T5200, and fr50 and fr60 radios, which are not vox-capable. The headset is designed for great sound, even in noisy environments.
What's in the Box
Headset and a user's manual.
Top Customer Reviews
The capabilities are as follows (especially if you are looking for the VOX feature)
PTT and VOX compatible with Talkabout® 270, 280, T289, T5100, T5200, T5300, T5320, T5400, T5410, T5420, T5600, T5620, T5700, T5710, T5720, T5800, T5820, T5950, T6200, T6210, T6220, T6250, T6300, T6310, T6320, T6400, T7200 Series, fr50 and fr60 radios.
PTT-only compatible with T5100, T5200, fr50 and fr60 radios are not VOX/handsfree capable, therefore, headset is manual PTT only.
On to the field testing and use..
After doing some prelimenary tests to adjust my volume and whatnot, I got out in a game. My teammates said they could hear me loud and clear, almost too loud they said, haha. I could hear them perfectly as well. However, the ear piece that hooks onto your earlobe would occasionally fall off, now I have a small ear which was probably the problem.
The VOX feature that I can use on my two-way works pretty well using this headset. It will pick up your voice almost everytime within a tenth of a second, and agian, transmit everything 'loud and clear'. Be careful when whispering those things other people aren't supposed to hear ;) it will pick up EVERYTHING. Whoopsies....Read more ›
The important note is:
Do not plug the headset when the radio is on. If you do that, then the radio immediately starts transmitting and does not stop no matter what you do until the head set is unplugged.
To use the headset, turn off the radio, plug in the headset, open the radio. When you do that it goes into VOX mode, it will start transmitting in about one second of your speaking. If you press PTT button, the VOX will be cancelled, and if you want to enable VOX again just turn off and on the radio.
We do have one small complaint. You wouldn't think so but I could argue that the cheap 10 cent microphone windscreen is this product's most important component.
I found this out the hardway. The windscreen is not secured to the microphone by any adhesive. Over time the fit gets loose, and it keeps falling off. When this happens it is only a matter of time before you lose it. We use ours to comunicate while bike riding. Without a windscreen, the mike constantly keeps openning and closing, regardless of sensitivity settings.
Trying to buy replacement windscreens is near impossible. We searched high and low, and could not find anything afordable. We settled on a piece of a replacement foam cushion. It worked, however it makes us look like dorks! We finally caved and bought new headsets.
So do yourself a favor, before you use the Motorola 56320, take a minute and secure the windscreen to the mike with electrical tape or adhesive. If you don't you'll be kicking yourself after you lose it and recall this prediction!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a very disappointing product, like some of the other reviews, it fits the ear poorly, and I would consider my ear of normal size. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Richard M.
Originally purchased as two-way VOX system for horseback riding/training. It is not secure enough on ear for the rider, works fine for the trainer on the ground. Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. Wheeler
I only used this item once. It was very difficult to hear whoever I was speaking to and vice versa. I wasn't impressed with this product. It was wasteful. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Sneha
I have had one of these for a few years. It sat in a drawer for one year after I tested it out to make sure it worked. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Phoenix Wright
Sound quality is good, but its pretty uncomfortable and falls off easily.Published 10 months ago by K O
They don't work that great. Have problems with them ever timed I used them, they sit in a drawer now. Guess that is why Motorola stop making them.Published 11 months ago by Christopher M. Wells