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Triple Headset Adapter

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Triple Headset Adapter

This high quality adapter converts one set of radio or intercom mic and phone jacks into three sets. Sets are one, five and five feet respectively. This adapter is great for adding a pair of headsets to the back of the aircraft without requiring major installation.


List Price: $90.25
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Customer Reviews For Triple Headset Adapter:
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Monday, September 28, 2015
Perfect for what it is designed for
by skydvrboy from New Cambria KS USA 

Pros: Turns a 2-place intercom into a 4-place intercom
Cons: Easily to tangle and get your feet caught in
Review: This is a great inexpensive way to add headset jacks to the back seats. They could have done a better job designing the connections to minimize tangling, but this is easily fixed with some zip-ties. We plug it into the co-pilot side, route it along the floor, and then plug the kids into it in the back. That way it doesn't have any chance of interfering with the pilot's ATC communications.
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Wednesday, August 19, 2015
by Daniel from Pequot Lakes, MN 
Review: Sound is clear, just needed to zip tie each pair of jacks together in order to keep the cords under control. If it came tethered together, it would be 5 stars
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Wednesday, March 04, 2015
Temporary Fix at Best
by Donald from Bakersfield CA USA 

Pros: Build quality looks good
Cons: Significant audio degradation
Review: The cable splitter does what it's supposed to do. However, the resulting degradation in audio quality is VERY noticeable. This might be useful for somebody who very rarely needs to use it but for myself I plan on installing a new audio panel and rear jacks on my next annual
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Tuesday, November 04, 2014
Does what it is supposed to.
by DM from Pequot Lakes MN USA 

Pros: way cheaper than a 4-place intercom
Cons: cords need to be organized with zip ties, but is easy to do.
Review: Works great for a passenger or two in the back seat when plugged into the passenger jack of my 2 place intercom. Needed to put a zip tie or two on each pair of plugs and cords right near the plugs to keep everything in order otherwise it tangles up. Once done, it stays in place and doesn't tangle.
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Tuesday, November 12, 2013
Great product when you don't have plugs in the rear of the cabin
by Bobby Joe from Visalia CA USA 

Pros: Must have product....need one in your flight bag
Cons: None
Review: Love this product and you need to have this with limited plugs in the cabin. Best you can have and this company is GREAT!!!!
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Monday, April 05, 2010
I used this product to add observers into the flight test discussion
by Bruce from Howell MI USA 

Pros: great to add observers
Cons: reduces transmission clarity
Review: This product is great for all parties to listen to on line discussions. It did however diminish the quality of the external transmissions to tower and Center such that we were unable to communicate effectively. We overcame this by connecting the headset adapter to the non-transmitting pilots intercom system.
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Tuesday, March 18, 2008
Does the Job
by Larry from Glenelg MD USA 

Review: This is a nice product to expand the number of headsets in small GA aircraft. I was able to take a plane with 2 headsets and haul 4 people each with their own headset.
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Previous Customer Questions For Triple Headset Adapter:
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On Sunday, October 05, 2014 a customer asked:
For use with the co-pilot's connection to the aircraft's mic/phone connections, does this have any impact on electric load, avionics, or any other considerations for a 1983 Seneca II (PA34-200T)? or for example, would it reduce the quality of radio communications, for the pilot, with ATC?
A: As more headsets are plugged in to a single set of jacks, those jacks provide a bias voltage to power the microphone. As more and more headsets are put in-line, the voltage obviously drops and the last headset gets less bias voltage than the first. However, this usually is not a problem with only 3 headsets plugged in to one set of jacks. When you start getting to 5 and 6 headsets this may be a factor. If you have additional technical questions on how this is wired, I would have you contact Pilot USA (the manufacturer) and see what they have to say. You can reach them at Email: / Phone: 888-467-4568.

On Friday, January 24, 2014 a customer asked:
How long are these cables. Ex. From the main input to first headset jack, from that jack to the next, and that jack to the next?
A: Hello, The cable, starting at the input male plugs, to the first headset jack is 11". From that jack to the next is 66" and that jack to the last one is also 66".



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