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Best Under Water phones

Big Treble

Active member
So NM, list their wired headphones as Waterproof, but no specifics based on Google searches. I checked out the NM website and couldn't even find them. Anyone use these and have submerged them? I have Killer Bees for dry land and not sure i will be into the water hunting or even that i can find many beaches open to detecting in my area, so i would like to be a bit conser, and not necessarily want ti jump up to the GG 150.00 pair.
 

Big Treble

Active member
I will have to try from my laptop, tomorrow the site that comes up from me has catagories but none for accessories. It looks like a mobile site, but i dont see a desktop version link thanks.
 

rc2125

Member
There are usually a few places that sell the NM waterproofs. They work well, but lack volume, especially if actually underwater with them. Your loudest waterproofs will the the yellow ones from Hungary on ebay, cuz they use actual speakers, that are waterproof pod like things, they have also been being sold from a Large US company, as LS Pelsos, but i think they've been out of stock for awhile. These kinda lack slightly on mid tone compared to the rest of their tone range and don't sustain function underwater once water enters the muffs. They may have also made piezo versions, not certain. The gray ghost II's sound great, are louder then the NM's and fit great too. Having taken apart many pairs of GG's, sometimes they appear to have been made very quickly, rather then carefully, but they warranty any issues i believe. Recently got m10 connectors and converted my Patriot headphones, for equiniox', to work with my Anfibios. They are in their own class, nothing compares. I did have to pay way too much for the connectors, for shipping, on ebay, cuz I couldn't find them anywhere in US, but am very glad I did.
 

Big Treble

Active member
There are usually a few places that sell the NM waterproofs. They work well, but lack volume, especially if actually underwater with them. Your loudest waterproofs will the the yellow ones from Hungary on ebay, cuz they use actual speakers, that are waterproof pod like things, they have also been being sold from a Large US company, as LS Pelsos, but i think they've been out of stock for awhile. These kinda lack slightly on mid tone compared to the rest of their tone range and don't sustain function underwater once water enters the muffs. They may have also made piezo versions, not certain. The gray ghost II's sound great, are louder then the NM's and fit great too. Having taken apart many pairs of GG's, sometimes they appear to have been made very quickly, rather then carefully, but they warranty any issues i believe. Recently got m10 connectors and converted my Patriot headphones, for equiniox', to work with my Anfibios. They are in their own class, nothing compares. I did have to pay way too much for the connectors, for shipping, on ebay, cuz I couldn't find them anywhere in US, but am very glad I did.
Thamk you very much for the information, this helps greatly
 

buggg

New member
I bought some pelso's off the big auction site. The big florida dealer was out of stock. They come direct from Hungary, in about a week. Excellent volume and affordable.
 
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