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Mic is used with X-TALKER T71VP3. Double connector is more secure than single pin Motorola. Speaker is loud enough for use in traffic directing when clipped to coat collar near the ear. Most microphones are imports and the quality varies. These seem pretty solid especially with the robust swivel clip. I have had several Motorola branded mics have trouble when moisture is present; so far this Midland mic has not failed with the same moisture condition.
I like this shoulder speaker mic, because I can clip the 2-way radio to my belt and still talk to my friends.
Great for beginners small light weight and easy to use. Compatable with midland radios. Good length cord not too short but not too long either. It's just the right length to go from your hip to your shoulder. The color is black and the plastic is simi hard to scratch and notice scratches. Small inch and a half or so plastic clip with a metal spring that will rotate 360 degrees so you can clip it to anything however you want with out it breaking. Cord is mildly think and strong enough to with stand heavy wear with out freeing or breaking. The metal jack is a 2 prong with one end big and the other small but fits into any midland radios. Overall very happy and satisfied with service and this product I will be buying from here again very soon.
Awesome love it great for hiking
We run a snow tubing hill with multiple stations for loading and customer safety/supervision. constant communication is critical and these shoulder mics allow employees to keep the radios warm and dry inside their coast while still keeping communication ongoing.
Shoulder mic speaker is not loud enough.