Two-way Radio Desktop Microphone

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Tax receivers are widely used in many areas of the economy. But they are also very useful at home if the property has a large floor area. Therefore, maximizing the range and coverage of the transceivers is essential. To achieve this, there are several pillars for clear and reliable communication. For example, using the right antenna, optimising the transceiver settings, using amplifiers, selecting the right frequencies, and using a reliable microphone. Read more...

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• Desktop microphone for CM and GM series
• Makes transmission easier for basestation users
• Large push-to-talk button

Gross price (including 27% VAT): 150.25€ (Net price: 118.31€)

• Desktop microphone for professional mobile radios

Gross price (including 27% VAT): 162.67€ (Net price: 128.08€)

• Desktop microphone for amateur radios
• Goose-neck desktop microphone

Gross price (including 27% VAT): 264.58€ (Net price: 208.33€)

• Desktop microphone for professional mobile radios and repeaters

Gross price (including 27% VAT): 98.97€ (Net price: 77.93€)

• Desktop microphone for amateur radios
• Goose-neck desktop microphone with an 8-pin metal connector
• PTT / PTT lock switches
• Low-cut filter
• Cosmetic design matches smaller sized base station radios
• Voice characteristics designed for SSB and FM
• Adjustable microphone output level

Gross price (including 27% VAT): 143.72€ (Net price: 113.17€)

• Desktop microphone for Icom IP501M mobil LTE radio

Gross price (including 27% VAT): 98.97€ (Net price: 77.93€)

• Desktop microphone for MotoTRBO DM2000 series
• Makes transmission easier for basestation users
• Large push-to-talk button
• User can adjust the microphone sensitivity

Gross price (including 27% VAT): 150.25€ (Net price: 118.31€)

• Desktop microphone for MotoTRBO DM4000 series
• Makes transmission easier for basestation users
• Large push-to-talk button

Gross price (including 27% VAT): 180.63€ (Net price: 142.23€)

• Desktop microphone with large PTT button and lockable monitor button for comfortable and efficient operation
• Dimensions: 107 x 65 x 149 mm
• Weight: approx. 164 g
• Radio connector: 10-pin aircraft connector
• Microphone sensitivity: -40±2 dB @ 1 kHz 3.0 V 2.2 K, 0 dB = 1 V/Pa
• Operating temperature: -30°C to 70°C
• Compatible devices: MD785, MD785G, MD785i, MT680 Plus, RD985, RD985S, HM655, HM685, HM785, HR1065

Gross price (including 27% VAT): 72.84€ (Net price: 57.35€)

• Desktop microphone with large PTT button and lockable monitor button for comfortable and efficient operation
• Dimensions: 107 x 65 x 149 mm
• Weight: approx. 164 g
• Radio connector: 8-pin aviation connector
• Microphone sensitivity: -40±2 dB @ 1 kHz 3.0 V 2.2 K, 0 dB = 1 V/Pa
• Operating temperature: -30°C to 70°C
• Compatible devices: MD615, MD625

Gross price (including 27% VAT): 72.84€ (Net price: 57.35€)
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• Desktop microphone with PTT and improved connector
• Compatible radios: Motorola MTM800E, MTM5200 and MTM5400

Gross price (including 27% VAT): 193.70€ (Net price: 152.52€)
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If you don't want to hold the transceiver microphone in your hand all day, choose a desktop microphone, which will greatly help you, improve communication and ensure a smooth connection.

What are the key features of a Two-way Radio Desktop Microphone?

A desktop microphone is an essential tool if you want to use your transceiver as a base station. The desktop microphone connects to the transceiver via a multi-pin microphone socket, instead of the handheld microphone supplied with the device. This means that the connector will not drop out or fail. This type of microphone allows convenient placement for quick and easy communication. It is very easy to use. Two large buttons on the front of the microphone make it almost child's play to operate.

The volume can also be easily adjusted using the button on the back of the device. But if the transceiver and the microphone cannot be placed within one metre of each other, an optional extra-long cable makes things easier. This allows you to place the base station's desktop microphone in a more discreet location, such as under a desk.

Choose any brand of desktop microphone, be it Icom, Motorola or Hytera, just make sure you choose a version for your transceiver that has a solid base. Because these microphones weigh around 400 grams.

What type of connector does the Two-way Radio Desktop Microphone have?

Transceivers and desktop microphones are usually connected with XLR connectors. But it is not uncommon to be able to connect some transceivers with a USB socket. Microphone plugs are always daddy plugs, i.e. you can see the so-called spikes. The inputs on the device are always sockets.

How easy is it to install and use a Two-way Radio Desktop Microphone?

As the transceiver is connected to the desktop microphone by a cable, it is very easy to install. You don't even need to be handy, as you just plug the microphone connector into the socket on the front or back of the transceiver. Transceiver desktop microphones are also very easy to use, as there are usually two large buttons on the front of the microphone, which are almost unmistakable, as with an Icom desktop microphone.

Does the transceiver Two-way Radio Desktop Microphone have a volume control function?

There is a volume control on the back of the unit that allows you to adjust the microphone level to suit the environment. A screw-on knob on the back of the microphone ensures that the gain of the transceiver desktop microphone is never adjusted accidentally, as with Motorola desktop microphones.

From what distance can the Two-way Radio Desktop Microphone work effectively?

Transceiver desktop microphones should be positioned so that the device is no more than one metre away from the sled when communicating. This is very important because if you position the microphone further away from the microphone, the sound will not be adequate.

How can the position of the Two-way Radio Desktop Microphone affect the sound quality?

With transceiver desktop microphones, whether they are Icom, Motorola, or Hytera, manufacturers provide a cable between 35 centimeters and one meter long to connect the two units. But if this is not suitable for you, because it is not possible to place the transceiver at this distance for good sound quality, you can buy a cable with a length of 3 or 6 metres. This gives almost unlimited possibilities for microphone placement.

In the DND Telecom webshop you can choose from a range of dTwo-way Radio Desktop Microphone from several brands. Reliable microphones from brands such as Icom, Motorola or Hytera add to the wide range of transceiver accessories.