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Rigging a real VHF Mic to a computer?


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Hello everybody.

My daughter literally ate my Microphone, and I was thinking that instead of going out and buying just another headset, I thought that I could rig an old VHF Radio Microphone to work with my computer, maybe even getting the PTT key bound to work inside the FSInn voice client.

Has anybody done anything like this? Ideas are appreciated.

Thanks!

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Hello everybody.

My daughter literally ate my Microphone, and I was thinking that instead of going out and buying just another headset, I thought that I could rig an old VHF Radio Microphone to work with my computer, maybe even getting the PTT key bound to work inside the FSInn voice client.

Has anybody done anything like this? Ideas are appreciated.

Thanks!

Wouldn't that be fun, sitting there with your David Clark headset clamped on.

 

P.S. Hope your daughter is okay.

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Not exactly a full headset since I am used to listening on the full-size computer speakers. I was thinking more like a HAM Radio style Microphone with PTT button.

Something like MFJ-297.jpg or maybe CHPRangrMic.jpg

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Wouldn't that be fun, sitting there with your David Clark headset clamped on.

 

P.S. Hope your daughter is okay.

 

I had a headset failure a couple of days ago and had to use my headset (with an adaptor)... believe me it gets uncomfortable, although noises of small children demolishing 3-course meals of audio equipment are lost to me... which by the sounds of things is fairly useful

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