|Transition your military fixed-wing headset to general aviation aircraft standards or vice versa using a headset impedance adapter from SkyGeek. The lightweight adapters are designed to go between your existing headset and the aircraft, allowing you to use your military style headset for general aviation purposes or your general aviation headset in military operations. This will save you the cost of buying a new headset and allow you to continue using your existing unit that you're familiar with and comfortable wearing. Converters typically measure around three feet in length, so they also provide a little extra length in the headset cord. They come with standard ends depending on their intended use and are compact in size for convenience. |
Military to general aviation headset impedance adapters are available in low to high or high to low configurations depending on your particular needs. The high to low adapters are used for converting from general aviation to military setups while the low to high adapters allow military grade headsets to be used in general aviation applications. Adapters are also available for use in helicopters for the best flexibility.
Converters are available in single and double styles. Single converters allow one headset to be connected to one jack. Double converters allow two headsets to be connected to one jack. Both styles have their advantages and both are designed to produce clear sound. The adapters are small in size and are designed to not take up a lot of room in the cockpit. Most include a small, but lightweight adapter box where the signal is converted.
Shop at SkyGeek for the best selection of headset impedance adapters. We carry the tools you need to convert your existing headset for use in whatever type of aircraft you plan on flying. Our adapters are priced low and are easy to install, allowing for quick retrofitting to suit your needs. Order your impedance adapters today to make sure you always have the right tools on hand to connect your communication equipment whenever the need arises.