N.S.W HEADSET BY SILENT PROFESSIONAL. INC.

Greetings

After few years of development Silent Professional has officially become Silent Professional. Inc. We have come to develop our first headset product,

It is called the ” N.S.W headset” so called N.S.W is from “Naval Special Warriors” headset, this headset is develop for the warriors in who usually operates IN and OUT the water with a tough build headset and push to talk box and most important is that it comes with the interchangeable quick release radio jack and connector, it helps the operator when using different radios for their extreme environment operating area.

This headset was conducted by 3 major parts such as  the headset itself, the push to talk BOX, the quick release radio jack and connector.

Now lets take a look into the first part the “Headset”

This headset may look just similar as other normal headset out there in the market but with our quality standard we are insist to give the customer the best quality with the affordable price, so we choose the headset that is the mil spec submersible headset and was well tested by the ” Republic of Korea SEAL/UDT” unit.

This headset can be submersible into the water and fully functional with clear sound receiver and clear sound mic.

2nd part will be the “P.T.T”

From the the 1rst photo below you can see there is a blue arrow indicate that the push to talk button. Just simply push and hold the button “Forward or Backward” to send out the transmission.

Lets take a look at another important part of the NSW headset, that will be the “Quick released radio connector” this kind of connector helps the operator or end user who has different spec and brand of radio or when the headset connector to the radio has break down during the tough environment, but in this case the operator can just quick eject the broken connector and switch on the extra connector and the communication is back on track.

But this part is the only part that cant be submersible to the water but what the other operator usually will do is that put in their radio into the water proof dive pack and let the quick released radio connector also be inside the water proof dive bag to secured and prevent the water goes in to the radio and the quick released connector.

The P.T.T box is also tough build by the mil spec raw material, many people would wonder if it is metal but when we consider this headset will be in and out the water, metal will not be our option. Lets take a look at the back side of the ptt it also comes with the 360 degree rotate attachment clip, this can help the operator to clip anywhere and any direction they want. Just remember to put some machine oil before going into the water operation and also use WD-40 to clean it up after.

NSW headset comes with 3 kind of radio configurations like the photos below

If you are special type of radio please feel free to contact me for custom order.

OPTION-1

OPTION-2

OPTION-3

NOW

Many people always say “TO SEE IS TO BELIEVE”

Here is the photo that I dip the headset and PTT into the water and holding the push to talk button, as you can see there is a small red led light on the radio it means that the headset is sending transmission to another radio, this is just for the water proof testing purposes only, please do not try this while operating in the water cause even it works because you are in the water biting the mouth pieces of the LAR-V or any diving equipment, this headset is for submersible and used it on shore or shallow water edge only.

Being in water more the 1 hour after testing and testing.

Here is the Under Water Demo Video

PLEASE CONTACT ME FOR ANY QUESTIONS

THANK YOU

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One response

  1. elsmoke

    hey!

    is this the one you are selling? If so, how much does it cost.

    / Smoke

    May 14, 2011 at 8:37 PM

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