NT3 Throat Mic System

The iASUS NT3 Throat Mic is the current iteration of our Noise Terminator series of headsets for two-way radios, mobile phones, and gaming consoles. The reengineered NT3 is the communications solution for daily handsfree communications, paintball, airsoft, motorsports, extreme sports, and console and PC gaming.

In addition to a weightless acoustic coil earpiece, the NT3 Throat Mic features the advanced Gen 3.0 Noise Terminator transponder with improved transmission quality. The adjustable, expandable throat strap with magnetic clasp comes in two sizes to maximize flexibility and comfort. To increase compatibility options, we have also added a modular adaptor feature with interchangeable PTT options. Durable, tangle-free braided cables have replaced conventional wires. With new features and expanded compatibility, the NT3 brings a new performance standard to throat mic communication.

Earpiece : Clear. Silicon or contour with acoustic coil

Cables : Braided high-strength nylon

PTT : Block, Finger, or Full-surface magnesium options

VOX : Yes

Headphone frequency response : 20Hz to 20kHz (20Hz to 8kHz with +\- 10% variance)

Headphone impedance : 16 Ohms

Transponder frequency response : 20Hz to 20kHz

Headphone power : 5mW (Max 10mW)

Transponder sensitivity: -46dB +/- 3dB

All iASUS throat microphones utilize our Noise Terminator transponder, which is based on technology developed by the military during WWII. Most typical headset communication systems rely on the conventional boom microphone, which uses air as a medium of sound conduction. This traditional method is ineffective in extreme conditions such as high-noise and high-wind environments. The iASUS Gen 3.0 Noise Terminator transponder picks up only voice signals by absorbing the vibrations generated from within the user’s neck, without using air as a medium of conduction. In doing so, the transponders are able to effectively eliminate the transmission of anything other than voice signals. The result is direct voice communication free from environmental and wind noise.

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