David Clark M-7A Amplified Electret Mic
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This Electret Microphone is a noise canceling type designed to operate in place of carbon and amplified dynamic microphones. It will not operate in circuits that do not supply a DC bias voltage. Most modern aviation communications equipment do supply this required voltage. If unsure, consult with your radio technical manual or with your local avionics shop. Model Number: 09168P-33
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Thursday, May 04, 2017
WORTH EVERY PENNY!!!! 👍
by Carlos from Scottsdale AZ USA
Pros: Durable, well made, long lasting.
Review: This was a mic replacement for an H20-10S headset. They are about $600.00 new. Replacing just the mic for around $50 bucks was well worth it. The clarity is excellent, as usual.
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Wednesday, March 30, 2016
Exactly What I Needed
by A Customer from West Lafayette IN USA
Pros: Helpful friendly reps, easy install, fast shipping.
Review: Talked to the helpful representatives because my mic was not picking up on my voice. They suggested replacing the mic and told me how to install it. I went flying the next day and my headset worked perfectly.
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On Saturday, June 17, 2017 a customer asked:
Q: Could this mic be used to replace the P/N 09168P-32 on a David Clark P/N40493G-01 headset? If so, will this microphone allow the headset for use in general aviation aircraft with your adapter (.25" Single Plug to Fixed Wing)? I think some sites have this adapter listed as a PA-92?
This is the same as the 09168P-32. The mic is still stamped with the part number 09168P-32, however David Clark now packages and sells it under the newer 09168P-33 part number. The David Clark 40493G-01 Headset for the C-17 doesn't have a .25" plug. Instead it uses a U/174 plug which is 7.1 mm / 0.281 inches. So, the helicopter to fixed wing adapter should convert the 40493G-01 headset.
On Wednesday, March 16, 2016 a customer asked:
Q: do they have a replacement mic for H8542 headset or will this one work
No, the David Clark H8542 Headset requires the David Clark M-2H 150 Ohm Microphone.
On Saturday, June 11, 2011 a customer asked:
Q: Will I be able to use this mic with the icom A24 and a PTT switch. If so, will I need any modifications?
Sure, that would not be a problem at all. The M-7A microphone is standard in some of David Clark's most popular headsets (i.e. the H10-13.4) and works great with the Icom IC-A24 and the Icom PTT switch.
On Thursday, October 22, 2009 a customer asked:
Q: Could this mic be used to replace the microphone on the H10-76 and H10-76XL headset for use in general aviation aircraft?
No, for use on an H10-76 series headset, you would instead want to get the 1142-22 Elecret Mic found here.