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Communication is a key element that cannot fail in the middle of a game. To be able to coordinate the attack of several teams, that the scout can warn to the rest of the squad of what he can see, or simply, to be able to receive orders from HQ is something basic in a game. For all those reasons, in addition to a good radio we need a PTT, a headset and accessories to help us carry them more easily.

ZPeltor PTT Military Standard 

Version (Z 112)

A replica of the 3M Peltor PTT, the actual manufacturer is well known among operators for its shell-shaped COMTAC I (A) and II (B), or its modern horsehoe-shaped COMTAC IV version (C) of which ZTAC also makes airsoft replicas.

1. The design is simple and functional. A large rubber button on the front makes it very easy to press: in the midst of battle, with fast rope gloves on... it's pretty much bullet-proof.

2. It has a clamp to hold the PTT in place, either to the vest or directly on the clothes. The clamp rotates 360º on its axis to be able to set it as we like. All this makes this system much more versatile than Velcro.

3. Unlike other PTTs, the radio cable is connected in parallel to the headset cable input. This may make us rethink how to route the headset and radio cables to and fro without bothering us.

TCI Tactical PTT 

Military Standard

 Version (Z 114)

This model replicates the one created by TCI, another great brand for communication gear used by operators. In other issues we have also analysed headsets such as the TCI Liberator II (A) with a headband system, which is especially comfortable when you wear it under the helmet.

1. The design of this model is also based on simplicity. When it comes to talking on the radio, the simpler it is, the faster you will do it. And the faster you are, the sooner you can use both hands again to hold the gun and be ready for action once again. In this case the button is made of a softer rubber material and occupies more surface on the front, making it more intuitive to press.

2. It has a Velcro pad on the back to be able to attach it on the one we usually find on the chest of the vests like the JPC, AVS, 6094... But if we have a different vest or we want to carry it elsewhere we can hold the clamp it includes on the Velcro pad (as it may suit us) and we are good to go.

3. The only downside, if it can be considered a downside, is that even with a smaller front surface area than the PTT it protrudes more than the Z112. Although we have already explained that it is so that it is more intuitive to be able to press it, we are not sure which one we prefer.

Headset Bone Conduction Headset with finger 

 PTT (Z 010)

This product is both a headset1 and a PTT2, both parts have separate cables and are attached to the radio jack3. This allows us to save one of the two parts, but also prevents us from combining them as we can do with other headset. 

1. The ear piece works also as a microphone, it not only picks up the vibration of our voice so that we do not need to have a microphone close to the mouth, but also removes ambient noise. Welcome to the magic of bone conduction.

Although it won't capture the sound well if, for example, we whisper, so we need to speak out loud. And it should also go as close to the head as possible, basically for the same reason. But it's still a great headset that could hardly be any smaller.

2. The PTT button is held by a finger strap, just like its real counterpart, the Remote Sniper by CTI. We can press it to speak without having to take the hands off the replica. What if we change the replica or pull the sidearm? Well, nothing changes as the PTT is still in our hand, something we could not do with the wireless PTTs of this same brand. 

ZFBI Style Acoustic 

 Headset (Z 129)

This headset reminds us of the one we have seen so many FBI or Secret Service agents wear, is a replica of the TCI Two-Wire Patrol Kit. A much more compact and lightweight model with great features

1. The 3-layer "jellyfish"-shaped ear piece fits perfectly to our ear; we don't have to carry the radio so high and so the battery will last longer. And as the acoustic tube goes around the ear we can take the handset out if it bothers us and leave it hanging to the side, so we can put it back as soon as we need it.

After using it we noticed that the Z010 allow us to better capture ambient noise, as these create a slight vacuum sensation in the ear. This can be useful for a better reception of the radio message, but when in the middle of a forest you will want to hear when the enemy steps on a fallen branch.

2. In this model the PTT works as a microphone and is connected to the ear piece cable. It has a double clip, the first to prevent it from falling off the ear when turning the head and the second to hold the PTT/microphone.

3. The good thing is that the connection to the radio is through a separate cable (included) and that we can change for the corresponding one in case we change the radio. You can choose between seven options: Icom / Motorola Talkabout / Kenwood / Motorola 2-way / Yaesu / Opcom / Midland.

Helmet Rail Adapter Set For COMTAC I AND COMTAC II 

  (Z 046)

1. This set allows us to do without the headband and hold the headphones of our Peltor to the side rails of the helmet. To prevent the headband from thrusting into our heads or from bothering us while we are playing.

2. Thanks to them we actually gain space inside the helmet and also allow us to take off the headset from our ears without having to remove the helmet. Now, we will need our helmet to have lateral rails such as those of the OpsCore.

This set is compatible with several Ztac headsets that share the same system of coupling the headphones to the headband, such as:

We can also take advantage of the coupling rail of the helmet to attach a lantern, a camera or any accessory such as those which special forces operators carry.