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Boom Microphone
Selection Guide
Peiker TM168
SKU 3344
Peiker TM170
SKU 3347
Peiker ME510
SKU 3349
Becker Dyn
Boom Mic
SKU 1399
f.u.n.k.e. Dyn.
Gooseneck Mic
SKU 1727
Becker AR6201 Yes Yes Yes  
f.u.n.k.e. FSG 2T Yes     Yes
Microair M760 Yes   Yes    
Flightline FL760 Yes   Yes    
Trig TY91 Yes   Yes    
MGL V6          

Microphones – Most new avionics are designed to work with “Carbon Type” or “Carbon Equivalent” microphones. “Electret” microphones designed for “AVIONICS” are very small, electronic “condenser” microphones that also work on the same bias voltages as do Carbon Type microphones. “Most” telephone, cellular telephone microphones are of “electret” types, but will not work with the bias voltages provided by “AVIONICS” and are not suitable for this use.

Dynamic Microphones can be of an “Amplified Dynamic” or “Un–Amplified”. Most European avionics are designed to operate NON–Amplified Dynamic microphones and have microphone circuits for these types, however, most European avionics typically also have addition circuits to allow for use of “Electret” or Amplified Dynamic microphones as well, either by jumpers within the radios or specific pin–outs in the wiring.

Electret microphones offer excellent noise cancellation and are smaller, lower cost than and typically lighter than Dynamic types, however It is generally agreed that the Dynamic microphones produce more natural sound and higher microphone volume output than do typical Electret types and do not require the user to be as close to the microphone or in many cases have the microphone touching the lips of the user as may be needed with the Electret element type microphone.