The U.S. Special Forces Throat Mic brings unsurpassed clarity, ruggedness and affordability to law enforcement, military, paintball and active sports. Designed for comfort, this communications system delivers outstanding sound quality and discreet interaction, making it mission essential.
The Throat Mic system provides noise canceling for clear audio - this is extremely necessary in noisy environments such as paintball games or use around heavy machinery. The Throat Mic system is VOX compatible for hands-free communication when you pair it with your VOX-capable radio. This is great for motorcycle riders, police, and others whose work requires both hands while they need to talk.
The U.S. Special Force Throat Mic system also features 4 listening devices for different operations and needs.
Special Forces: this configuration is the lightest and the most compact, useful for all types of operations. The listening device wire wraps around the back of your ear for comfort and concealment.
Secrete Service: this unit has an acoustic air tube and provides the best comfort for extensive use on long operations. It is made of soft rubber you don't even notice while wearing it.
SWAT: this unit has an ear-hanging shape that wraps the ear for security and comfort. This device is great for use under helmets, goggles, and other head protection devices.
Socom: this unit is also useful for action sports - or use around action sports, like in arenas. This device is the loudest, with an ear-loop that warps around the ear without having to insert a listening device inside your aural canal. This is the best option for those who don't like ear buds!
The U.S. Special Forces Throat Mic system allows your team to stay in constant communication and gather, evaluate, and disseminate the information to draw up strategic plans. Good communication is the key to winning battles. They also serve the law enforcement and military communities with discreet communications capabilities, as well as motorcycle riders, construction foremen, security guards, and others who need to stay in touch in noisy environments while their hands are doing other things.