The Mil-Surplus Heli Helmet game headset that you see here is truly one-of-a-kind, after all, it is a DIY project that sees plenty of love go into it. What used to be a bargain-bin surplus helicopter helmet that already has integrated speakers and a microphone will be used to communicate with a gaming console or a handset via Bluetooth. Apart from that, it will also come with a whole second circuit that has been integrated to output to an RF-wireless headset which in turn, is also routed through the original system’s speakers. This special combination will allow one to wear a helmet while experiencing ambient video-game sounds and chat-communications on a single device. Perfect for those late night gaming sessions without having to wake up the missus beside you, after all, wearing this will also help you drown out her snoring.
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