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Midland AVPH5 2-Pack Behind-The-Head Headset

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Midland AVPH5 2-Pack Behind-The-Head Headset

Midland AVPH5 Behind-The-Head Headsets are highly-efficient headphones which are available as a pack of two. They are compatible with Midland GMRS/FRS two-way radios. Each earpiece is ergonomically designed to offer comfort to your ear even when you are using it continuously for a long time. The uniquely designed frame holds the earpiece in place. The Midland 2-way radio headset features a boom microphone which can be held close to your mouth with the help of a frame for maximum effectiveness. It also includes a push-to-talk button for hands-free phone conversations. This boom microphone headset has an inline PTT switch for clipping it to your shirt while driving.


  • Ergonomically designed headsets fits behind the head
  • Comes with an inline PTT switch that clips on your shirt
  • Includes boom microphone
  • Works with all Midland GMRS/FRS
  • Two units included per order
  • Comes With A Press-To-Talk Button That Clips On Shirts
  • It's a Pair, Works With All Midland 2-Way Radios
  • Ergonomically Designed Headset

Shipping Cost: Free!

Return Policy: Within 30 in the original packaging

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Review Snapshot

  • 4.5 of 5 stars
43% (16)
35% (13)
14% (5)
6% (2)
6% (2)
  • headphones suck   »   Most Recent Review “They hurt your ears no mater what you do or try but they are nice and loud just not worth the money I would not bye them again”
  • These headphones work great   »   Most Helpful Reviews “The Midland AVPH5 headsets work great! I just bought a pair and they work 100% better than the crappy ones that come with the Midland 2-way complete radio sets.”
  • Disappointing   »   Most Helpful Critical Reviews “These seemed like a great idea to use on the motorcycle, even though I saw the one less than enthusiastic review for that application.”