MSA Sordin’s CC Supreme Pro IV electronic talk-through headsets are developed to conform to international MIL-specifications and other extreme conditions. Supplied with a Nexus TP120 plug.
The electronic design is based upon our own ASIC (Application Specific Integrated Circuit) circuit and controlled by a micro-processor. This makes it possible to combine very low current consumption with high performance and instead of cutting off peak sounds it compresses them down to al level of 82 dB(A).
The MSA Sordin CC Supreme Pro IV is a hearing protector that reproduces a natural and realistic sound. You should have perfect locational hearing without any disturbing noise. Superb sound quality and high amplification actually let you hear better when wearing our hearing protection. All moving components are made of steel, microphones are waterproof and circuit boards are lacquered and therefore water protected.
The MSA Sordin CC Supreme is designed to connect to various two-way radios by simply connecting a PTT switch (PTT2000 or PTT7000) to the Nexus TP120 plug on the headset. The MSA Sordin CC Supreme is designed to fit under most ballistic helmets which enables the headset to be used for Military and Police/SWAT applications. Dual earphones inside the headset ensure you maintain radio communications even if the batteries in the headset go dead.
Two separate waterproof microphones reproduce ambient sound within the headset.
Splash-proof internal electronics
Fully waterproof down to 1 metre for 30 minutes
Fully operational after exposure to IP67 conditions
Close fitting slim design with foldable headband
Rugged splash proof ELECTRET noise cancelling boom mic
All electronics functions incorporated in a slim 3 button key-pad
Over 600 hours battery life from 2xAAA batteries (supplied)
Battery Save Function and Low Battery Warning system
Two sets of audio speakers ensure the headset always has live communication with two-way radio, even if batteries for the 'active' are completely dead
High passive attenuation
Can connection to either a PTT2000 or a PTT7000 series press-to-talk switches via the fitted TP120 plug