Well, dear readers, here it really is, the final of the 5-part series on radio earpieces.
We’ve thrown wholly random pop-culture sources at you (everything from ‘Wacky Races’ to 007 himself) and we’ve (hopefully) had a few laughs amongst all the dry details and data. If you’ve read all of these items thus far, then cheers, we appreciate your time.
Okay, so the final point on our list is the Dp2400 earpiece, which could the most costly earpiece we have viewed thus far, albeit by only £2. The DP2400 earpiece, then, (for all those amongst you who haven’t been keeping count) could be purchased from Earpieceonline for £29.75.
For your hard-earned cash, you have a 6-month malfunction guarantee (always a wanted and appreciated feature), as well as the outstanding little device, all things considered.
The Dp 2400 earpiece features extra-long Kevlar strengthened cabling (although it is improbable the wires will stop a bullet, we are just telling you that immediately), also as the rotating sprung lapel clip, which is a genuine improvement on the more stationary design (although you probably can’t escape that Sumo suit just yet) and a very good seperate microphone.
The sound quality is incredibly, good and the earpiece itself is generally robust and tough. With this earpiece, you’ll be able to hear any direction clearly and cleanly.
The Dp 2400 earpiece also includes a multipin plug, however the plug is only intended to fit the Motorola DP2400 and Dp 2600 series. It will not work on the DP3400 or DP4800 series, which strictly limits its appeal in this market, because it renders the Motorola dp2400 earpiece less versatile than other, cheaper models on the list.
Generally, this is a very good earpiece certainly. Performance wise, however, there is not a great deal to choose from between any of the earpieces featured on the list, all of them are superiority products and not any will let you down.
The DP2400 earpiece is the genuine, trustworthy product that does a fantastic job and doesn’t hurt your bank account. What more will you be able to ask for?
…Thus our series ends. However, we hope that you’ve found this series enlightening and useful to you. With all the importance we place on two way radios (across the assorted outposts of the little multimedia empire), it seemed overdue that we focussed a bit on the peripherals. Glad you can join us. For further information on the DP2400 earpiece visit earpiece online
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