Tactical Command Industries Inc. (TCI), a part of The Safariland Group

Liberator II Headset

The TCI Liberator II™ headset was designed and engineered to meet Requirements of Special Forces, TACP/JTAC Operators, as well as the tactical elite.

The Liberator II™ Tactical Headsets have been deployed by defense, law enforcement and security teams during missions in Afghanistan, Iraq and around the globe. Many thousands of systems in service today.

TCI’s Liberator II™ tactical headset was designed to exceed military durability standards and offers, digital hearing protection, high-battery life, low-profile ear-cups, state of the art digital sound processing for optimal reproduction of environmental sounds and leading radio frequency (RF) shielding. TCI’s exclusive Digital Threat Compression Technology (DCTC) compresses hazardous sound levels while providing the user with continuous situational awareness, communications and the best replication of ambient sound in the industry. These progressive attributes, as well as an array of others, enable Liberator II™ tactical headsets to be worn comfortably under MICH, ACH, PASGT and other ballistic helmets and provide the performance that support operator safety and mission completion.

The Liberator II™ tactical headset provides exceptional communications, electronic hearing protection and TCI’s Situational Awareness Enhancement (SAE) during demanding situations. The ability to maintain peripheral hearing and amplify potential danger signs and audio clues from the environment are vital for tactical missions. The electronic hearing protection system is the most advanced available ... While less progressive systems “clip” or “cut-off” ambient sounds while the hearing protection is used, the Liberator II™ compresses and reduced hazardous sound levels to safe levels inside the headset without muting other ambient sounds.

Likewise, Situational Awareness Enhancement (SAE) compression technology to provide 360 degrees ambient sound reproduction. This technology is the most accurate method of environmental sound replication, threat identification and threat localization using dual external microphones that continually process ambient sounds and instantaneously (NNR 22). With up to 29 dBa of attenuation, the headset’s protects the user from exposure to harmful static-state and impulse sounds by compressing harmful sound levels to approximately 82 dBa.

The TCI Liberator II™ tactical headset is suitable for practically any tactical military, defense, security or law enforcement team because we can interface the you headset with practically any portable radio model, transceiver, manpack, vehicle intercommunication system (ICS).

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