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SpectrumForce Scanner Lapel Speaker
Scanner Lapel Speaker

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Product Code: 01-531338

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Puts scanner audio closer to your ear just like public safety two-way radios.

Fits all scanner models
Volume control slider
Swivel clip attaches to lapel
Coiled cord extends to nearly three feet

Speaker: 45mm
Power: 1 Watt Max
Frequency Range: 500-9000Hz
Size: 68H x 58W x 22D (mm)
Weight: 50 Grams
Connector: Standard 3.5mm

Not a microphone - listen only.
Can be used with other audio devices.
Model # SLS-301

Average Customer Review: Average Customer Review: 3.5 of 5 3.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 6 Write a review.

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
2 of 5 Its okay.. October 20, 2012
Reviewer: Alex Kaczor from Rotterdam Junction, NY United States  
I bought this to use with my Uniden 72XLT and Uniden 346XT and it is not very loud at all.  It is cheep feeling and the clip is terrible.  I have been using my speaker mic from my Motorola CP185 Radio by simply plugging a 3.5mm extender into the speaker mic and then into the scanner.

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3 of 5 Low Volume On GRE PSR-500 September 10, 2012
Reviewer: Kirby Sires from Metairie, LA United States  
Like most exterenal speakers I tried with the GRE PSR-500. The audio output is always very low. The GRE PSR-500 seems to need a powered external speaker.
Oh well it was worth the $15.00 to try it with the GRE PSR-500. I see that Radio Shack now has a powered exterenal speaker. Guess that's the next purchase.

Spectrum Force needs to make a battery powered speaker with this same idea.

I will try this out on a Radio Shack Pro 106 at the store to see how it sounds on that one....

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  3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 Used on a Radio Shack Pro 96 scanner May 31, 2012
Reviewer: Chris Boyko from Weare, NH United States  
I hooked up my speaker to the Radio Shack Pro 96 Scanner and the sound was so much better coming out of the small speaker than the speaker on the scanner.  The reviews say that the sound level is limited when adjusted on the speaker itself, but I have found that just by turning the sound up on the scanner itself, makes the sound of the speaker sound louder.  I would definitely recommend this item for those who are outside or don't want to constantly be adjusting and readjusting the volume on the scanner.

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  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
4 of 5 speaker August 19, 2011
Reviewer: from ,  
i like it when i am out i can have the scanner on my balt and have the speaker where i can hear the call going out

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  3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
4 of 5 Lapel Speaker? A Must Have accessory. August 25, 2010
Reviewer: David D. from Beaverton, OR United States  
This little unit is a LOT of convenience in a small package.  Sound quality is better on a Uniden than on a Grecom scanner. The cord is long enough to rest comfortably when the speaker is clipped to the shoulder strap on a casual vest or uniform shirt. Volume is loud enough that I can hear easily and clearly. Sound quality isn't great, but it's good enough that I can easily understand everything said.   Weight is light enough that I forget it's there.

The only two complaints I have about this unit are that it could be made better by a right angle connector into the radio, and the clip on the back of the speaker body is a serious weak point. While a clip of the type found on the back of Motorola speaker/mics would be a beneficial addition to this unit, it would also undoubtedly drive the price up a bit.

All in all, I believe this to be a "Must Have" accessory for any active person who does a lot of walking, biking, or any other physical activity. It is WELL worth the cost.

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