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Old 07-12-2013, 02:12 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by Albie View Post
Problem with throat mics is that you have to spend $250-$300 for mil-spec units to get one that actually WORKS. Not sure about the earbone mics.

Honestly, you're much better off getting a good quality boom mic with some good noise canceling circuits.
I've had the same experiences. And when you're dropping that kind of coin for a decent throat mic, they don't usually just plug into the cheap walmart blister-pack radios....so there's another $800+.
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