M-80 - Microphone common for many mil radios
M-153 - Microphone, Voice Silencer - someone right beside you can not hear what you are saying
H-250 - Telephone style mike & earphone with PTT common for many mil radios
H-350 - Telephone style mike & earphone with PTT for use with telephone equipment or 5-pin audio connector mil radios but not 6-pin
EM200 Ear Mike
H-251 - Headphones
H-161A/U Headset with boom mike
Plantronics Supra SHS1585-01NC Headset -
Microphones & Earphones are elements of a handset or headset.
PRC-68 Family Frequency Assignment Cloning Cable -
PRC-68 Family Repeater/Retransmission Cable - the receiver must have a 6 pin AUDIO connector.
Y cable - one U-229 and 2 each U-228 allows the use of two audio accessories with one radio, like headphones and seperate mike. Designed by Fort Monmouth, built by Federal Correctional Institution, Danbury, CT
CX-7867 - 13' long U-229 to U-228 extension Cable, built by Federal Correctional Institution, Danbury, CT - ONLY A, B and E connected!
Radio Shack Simplex Repeater Controler 19-345 - allows talking to yourself, great for testing
Crypto Fill Cable - 6 pins ( A through F) wired direct
LS-454 - is an un amplified speaker with a U-229 connector on a cable. TM 11-5965-255-14P.pdf
AM-4979/GR Amplified Speaker - with mod for use with PRC-68 series radios
AM-6747 - similar to the AM-4979 but has a connector for Audio in instead of a cable
Audio Power Test Adapter - used for testing PRC-68 series squad radios -
HP 204B Audio Oscillator - a 1 mw signal at 1 kHz is easily heard on a handset or headset. You can hear a pronounced drop in signal level at 50 Hz and at 20 kHz since military hand & head sets are built for 300 to 3000 Hz operation. Working on a way to test microphones.
Radio Headset/Mic Test Harness - brings out pins A, B, C, D, and E (and now F) to test points
TS-585C Audio Level Meter -
moved to it's own web page
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