Motorola 56320 2-Way Radio Earpiece with Boom Microphone Reviews

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Motorola 56320 2-Way Radio Earpiece with Boom Microphone

  • Compact, comfortable headset with boom mic for hands-free convenience with Motorola radios
  • Push-to-talk and vox-capable using most Motorola TalkAbout 200, 5000, 6000, and 7000-series radios
  • PTT-only with TalkAbout T5100, T5200, and fr50 and fr60 radios
  • Designed for great sound, even in noisy environments
  • Ear clip secures earpiece
  • Boom mic bends for easy positioning.
  • Boom mic bends for easy positioning. Microphone placement is virtually unlimited.
  • Can be used hands-free with VOX-capable Motorola two-way radios or use the radio’s Push-To-Talk button to activate.
  • Compatible with all single pin TalkAbout Series Radios as well as the Spirit GT Series.
  • Earpiece design makes hearing easier in noisy or hushed environments. Earpiece fits on the outisde of either ear.
  • Microphone placement is virtually unlimited. Can be used hands-free with VOX-capable Motorola two-way radios or use the radio’s Push-To-Talk button to activate.
  • This lightweight and flexible earpiece provides you with a convenient way to speak and listen without having to hold your two-way radio.

Benefits

Taking notes while listening to a conversation.

Buying Questions

  • Does the cell phone ear piece stay on your head?
  • Can the receiver of the call hear your voice without static?

Earpiece and boom microphone combo allows you to talk and listen without removing the radio from your belt. Delivers great sound even in noisy places. Plug in with this handy headset and boom microphone and keep your radio where it’s most comfortable: clipped to your belt. This single-earpiece headset is PTT- (push-to-talk) and vox (voice-activation)-compatible so you can talk and listen, hands-free, with your Motorola TalkAbout 270, 280, T289, T5300, T5320, T5400, T5410, T5420, T5600, T5620.

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3 Responses to “Motorola 56320 2-Way Radio Earpiece with Boom Microphone Reviews

  • Review by devilpupsemperfied

    I use a Motorola Talkabout T6400 in whats called an “Airsoft Game”, much like paintball, but with a military simulation twist. Anyway, communication is a very important thing, thus we all use two-way radios. Holding the radio and carrying it in my hand just was not an option, as I use an airsoft gun that takes up two hands. I bought the T6400 with a clip and all, but needed a headset. I saw many products outthere, some ranging from $20-100. I was tight on money, so I decided to go with this particular item. For $10, or whatever it is, you can’t really beat it.
    The capabilities are as follows (especially if you are looking for the VOX feature)

    PTT and VOX compatible with Talkabout® 270, 280, T289, T5100, T5200, T5300, T5320, T5400, T5410, T5420, T5600, T5620, T5700, T5710, T5720, T5800, T5820, T5950, T6200, T6210, T6220, T6250, T6300, T6310, T6320, T6400, T7200 Series, fr50 and fr60 radios.

    PTT-only compatible with T5100, T5200, fr50 and fr60 radios are not VOX/handsfree capable, therefore, headset is manual PTT only.

    On to the field testing and use..
    After doing some prelimenary tests to adjust my volume and whatnot, I got out in a game. My teammates said they could hear me loud and clear, almost too loud they said, haha. I could hear them perfectly as well. However, the ear piece that hooks onto your earlobe would occasionally fall off, now I have a small ear which was probably the problem.
    The VOX feature that I can use on my two-way works pretty well using this headset. It will pick up your voice almost everytime within a tenth of a second, and agian, transmit everything ‘loud and clear’. Be careful when whispering those things other people aren’t supposed to hear 😉 it will pick up EVERYTHING. Whoopsies….

    I would highly recommened this item for any type of “irregular” use. As far as using it in the car, or however else, I do not think it would be my first choice because of the bulkiness, etc.
    The clarity is an A+, the price is an A+, the receiving earpiece gets an A, and the ear piece itself, well a “B” for falling off my ear.

    Good Luck!

  • Review by David Jay Gillmore

    I paintball a lot and have spent well over $100 in different mic’s. This one is the only one that my team uses now. It stays on, is very clear and works well for everyone on our team, young, old, big or little ears. We also use it for cycling.

  • Review by D. LeMont

    My wife and I purchased this product to use when bicycling with Motorola T5950s. This was our first experience with mic/earphone combinations, and we’ve been very pleased with it. The sound is very clear and easy to understand and we’ve had no trouble with the device staying on our ears–even though my ears are much larger than my wife’s! We’ve also found them to be quite comfortable–even after two hours we haven’t noticed any discomfort. The only negative we’ve noticed is that there is a 1/2 second or so delay before the VOX (voice activated transmission) kicks in, so we have to start each transmission with an “Aaaa…” before we speak to activate it. That’s a function of the radio’s VOX, though, and not a problem with the mic/earphone!! Based on our experience, we’d highly recommend the Motorola 56320.

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