Piratecom, do-it-all headsets


If I were at the New York Boat Show this week, I’d check out the headset systems being shown by the relatively new company Piratecom. Their wired gear doesn’t solve the roving deck hand problem, but looks like it can do most anything a captain and crew seated on a loud boat would want…like up to five headsets noise cancelling both ways, triple audio inputs plus a cell phone connection (some exceptions) to the skipper’s set, and an intercom. There’s also a “Captain Isolate” switch such that he/she can speak to the crew but they can’t speak back, useful for cell calls or, you know, just noise-cancelled peace.

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