Pryme releases new headsets, mics for dispatchers

Pryme radio products have released a new line of headphones, accessories and mics for law enforcement

By C1 Staff

Pryme radio products have released a new line of headphones, accessories and mics for law enforcement. New products include a wireless Bluetooth accessories designed for two-way radios, like the PRYMEBLU PTT2, a small USB charge port, LED-indicator and push-to-talk activator. The PTT2 pairs with a PRYMEBLU adapter and headset and can be securely clipped just about anywhere to deliver fast push-to-talk functionality, according to the company.

Pryme’s CEL-QD1 adapter lets dispatchers use a wired audio accessory for a compatible cell phone with a portable two-way radio. Compatible radios include several models of Motorola, Kentwood, and Harris radios.

Pryme headset. (Photo courtesy Pryme)
Pryme headset. (Photo courtesy Pryme) (Photo courtesy Pryme)

Pryme also released a wireless Bluetooth headset with push-to-talk capability, compatible with PRYMEBLU two-way radio adapters. It also can adapt to a cellphone, which transforms the push-to-talk button into an answer/hang-up button, and the removable ear hook can be adjusted to fit the left or right ear.

Another new headset is the HLP-SNL series lightweight padded headset is available in simple- and multi-pin designs and has noise-reducing capabilities and a rugged over-the head design.

In addition, the company unveiled the PRYMEBLU BTH-SPM100, a Bluetooth-adaptive wireless speaker microphone that connects to a radio adapter and can be used with various Android apps The mic is small and lightweight, measuring at only 2.5 ounces and 3 in. x 2 inches by 0.6 inches, and includes a built-in earphone jack for additional security and privacy.

It also released the Synergy SPM-600 Series OEM-style remote speaker microphone  that connects to single- and multi-pins and is equipped with a high-output speaker, high-impact water resistant polycarbonate housing and a metal reinforced swivel clip. 

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