The ultimate in battery powered intercoms, the affordable SPO-42 can support up to six headset positions. The Transcom II has a music input designed for use with CD players, cassette players and AM/FM receivers to make long trips more enjoyable for crew and passengers. The Transcom II also offers audio output for recording air traffic control transmissions or reviewing of flight dialog after the flight.
The Transcom II has radio priority to assure that the only voice heard by air traffic control is that of the crew. With the pilot fail-safe mode, the pilot will always hear the radio, even with the intercom off. Adjustable VOX squelch.
The Transcom II operates up to 40 hours on one 9 volt battery and comes complete with cigarette lighter adapter cord to offer seamless operation on either battery or aircraft power. Pilots that use batter power will appreciate the new easy access battery door.
The SPO-22 supports up to 2 headsets, making it an excellent choice for flight training. The SPO-42 supports up to four headsets, while the SPO-62 will support up to six headset positions.