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Old 07-01-2005, 09:05 PM
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My new Cougar - Plain Vanilla, questions

In the process of buying the boat. We had it out on the Saint Claire a few weeks ago. Was wondering what y'all do to communicate with each other when running. Does somebody sell wireless noise cancelling headsets/mikes, or do I have to install an aviation-type intercom, with plug-in headsets?

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a couple of palces have the mike sets, tigerperformance.com is the one off the top of the head, will look up the other links for you as well, also look in the marine links as well.
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i really like that boat - what kind of speed and whats the power??
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Think throat mics like the seals use. No wind noise at all.

http://revolutionmarine.com/shopsite...intercoms.html
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Yea...headsets the only way to fly..I just installed them too.
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In the process of buying the boat. We had it out on the Saint Claire a few weeks ago. Was wondering what y'all do to communicate with each other when running. Does somebody sell wireless noise cancelling headsets/mikes, or do I have to install an aviation-type intercom, with plug-in headsets?

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tommy evans re rigg early 90s...............great boat.....110mph ton of luggage in boat ran to key west maiden voyage............had real nice cockpit carpet..............gail paik paint..........mark..............
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keep your ears open listen to the motors...........mark..........
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keep your ears open listen to the motors...........mark..........
Pops!!!!!!! Good point..your right..maybe I will keep one ear muff a little higher...
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