Midland AVP-H2 Motorcycle Headset Kit - Reviews

Midland AVP-H2 is a headset kit designed specifically for use with motorcycles. It Includes two speakers and a dot microphone that attach inside a closed faced helmet and a Push-To-Talk (PTT) button that mounts on the handlebar with a hook and loop strap. Works with Midland FRS/GMRS radios. more

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By pacman

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yes i would when this unit weres out or breaks

 
5.0

PROS

  • Rugged
  • Good Audio
  • Lightweight
  • Clear Signal
  • Easy To Use

CONS

BEST USES

  • four wheeling

Comments:

four wheeling, hunting


By Larry the cable guy

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(1 of 1 customer found this review helpful)

Needa volume increase?

 
4.0

PROS

  • Easy To Use

CONS

  • Mini-DIN is fragile

BEST USES

  • Racing

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For those who like these headsets but say the volume is too low I have the solution. [@] sells a small amplifier that will quadruple (4X) the volume output of the GMRS radio. All you need a pair of adapters and one cable and you'll be set.


By VK

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(1 of 1 customer found this review helpful)

Do a little research

 
4.0

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Most all GMRS radios have a low volume output so when used with a headset at speed they aren't loud enough. The solution is a tiny amplifier called the "Boost-a-Roo" which will increase the output volume of the radio FOUR TIMES (4X). Buy one, add an adapter cable and bam!


By MPalevo

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(1 of 1 customer found this review helpful)

GXT1050VP4 Worthless with AVP-H2

 
1.0

PROS

CONS

  • Volume Useless

BEST USES

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Bought two Midland GXT1050VP4 radios and two AVP-H2 Motorcycle headsets. Headsets are great, but radio has built in Maximum Volume so low that all this equipment is useless. Have two Scooters that are quiet, yet could not hear a thing from other rider over 20 mph. [$] worth of nice equipment is useless. Sent back to Midland, and they can't do anything. So, I just ate [$] worth of junk!!


By threeamigoes

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

radio headset

 
3.0

PROS

  • Easy To Use

CONS

  • Short Range

BEST USES

  • Ski Slopes

Comments:

we use the headset for snowmobiling and they do not go loud enough . we have to stop to understand the person that wants to talk .as long as you understand that they are fine