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Roger G3LDI
Roger G3LDI Member ✭✭

Hi. I have been using an older headset with boom microphone which does not have suitable audio quality for my Flex 6600. Yesterday I saw a friend's RadioSports headset with which I was quite impressed. Construction was sound, unlike my old H set I have and I just wondered if anybody uses the RS60CF with a Flex 6600 and if so how you find it? What audio reports have you had from the boom microphone?

73 de Roger, G3LDI

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  • g6eih
    g6eih Member ✭✭
    Answer ✓

    I use the same set on my 6700 and never had an issues, get the EQ correct and you will receive glowing reports as I have.

  • Mike-VA3MW
    Mike-VA3MW Administrator, FlexRadio Employee, Community Manager, Super Elmer, Moderator admin
    Answer ✓

    I use a lot of headsets, mostly for just playing around. From the Koss SB-45 series all the way to the radiosport headsets, of which, I have 2.

    First, if you have questions, email Dave at RadioSport. He is amazing and very detailed. Or, give him a call on the phone. He will talk your ear off in a good way.

    Things to consider beside the headset. Did you know that his cable lengths are cut a certain length so they are not harmonically related to any amateur frequency?

    I did an interview with Dave one day.

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