|Type||Closed-back Dynamic (Headphone)
Cardioid Dynamic (Microphone)
|Driver Diameter||40 mm (Headphone)|
|Voice Coil||Copper-clad aluminum wire|
|Frequency Response||20-20,000 Hz (Headphone)
40-20,000 Hz (Microphone)
|Maximum Input Power||1,600 mW at 1 kHz|
|Sensitivity||100 dB (Headphone)
-57 dB (1.4 mV) re 1V at 1 Pa (Microphone)
|Impedance||65 ohms (Headphone)
560 ohms (Microphone)
|Weight||264 g (9.3 oz)|
|Dimensions||82.0 mm (3.23") wide (earcup);
46.0 mm (1.81") wide (headband);
180.1 mm (7.09") long (boom), microphone extended;
24.0 mm (0.94") diameter (microphone)
|Cable||2 m (6.6') long with 8-pin connector at headset end; 4-pin XLRF-type connector output|
|Accessories Included||3 windscreens; spare connector screw|
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Comments about Audio-Technica BPHS1-XF4 Communications Headset:
stands up to the elements like hot, cold. In use for over 200 games since purchased. still superior sound qality
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Q:Will this headset work with a clear-com intercom system?
A:If the pinouts and connections are the same, then yes. You may check the cable and connection pinouts and verify they match.
Q:To follow up on the question by thomascgty "Do I need any additional accessories or converters to use this on a PC?"
A:Please contact our Audio Solutions Department at (330) 686-2600 ext 5000 or at email@example.com for assistance with this.
Q:Looking to replace the cord for the BPHS1-XF4 Communications Headset. where can I buy one.
A:Try performanceaudio.com . The part number for the cable only is BPCB4.
Q:Do I need any additional accessories or converters to use this on a PC?
A:With the right supplies you can make one, All you need is a female xpr plug, a length of audio wire and a stereo 3.5 plug.
A:It would be much easier to adapt the BPHS1 with the XLR microphone output connector and the 1/4' headphone plug to a computer. The Hosa XVM-101F Adapter Cable will adapt the XLR mic connector to a 3.5 mm stereo mic input jack on a computer. The 1/4" headphone plug can be reduced to a 3.5 mm (stereo) plug by using a simple slip-on type adapter such as that available from your local Radio Shack store.
Q:Headset for manufacturing
A:Thank you for your inquiry. It would if it is connected to the proper communication system. The microphone on its own will not provide this function.
Q:wind noise onmy audio-technica headset
A:Thank you fro your inquiry. We provide a windscreen with the microphone that can help in low wind scenarios. There may be some third party windscreens that can provide additional protection. Check with company called Rycote at http://www.rycote.com/products/ who specialize in windscreens.
Q:Concerning the BPHS1-XF4 Communications Headset, can this be used to conduct conversations using a model phone?
A:Thank you for your inquiry. The BPHS1-XF4 is not designed for phone use.
Q:BPHS1-XF4 Communications Headset: Could this headset be adapted for use with a USB port?
A:Thank you for your inquiry. There is no off the shelf way to do this that I am aware of.