- A single point gimbal attachment to the ear cups allow for 360˚ adjustment, which not only allows for better fitment and seal to the user’s unique ear / head shape, but maintains that seal and moves more naturally with their head movement.
- Earcups rotate to the side or rear of helmet when not in use, streamlining stowage to create a very low profile.
In regards to hearing
Thank you OPSCORE and HCC Tactical! This works so much better than the "wire" type earpro mounts. Nearly infinitely adjustable. I use them with the AXL Defense adapters. frees up helmet side rails for other mission critical do-dads. A nice shade of doodoo/dirt brown that matches my ensemble. Unfortunately, will not do dishes.
Pops out of ARC rail
Overall function was exactly as expected. These arms are solid and work well if you get them to stay in the helmet. However the dovetail mount for the ARC rail on the Galvion Caiman is not tight enough. Not sure if this is a function of the Galvion or a function of the AMP headset adapter, but one would expect an ARC rail adapter to work in any ARC rails. The mount pops out the second that pressure is applied to lift the earpro off your ear.
Hello, This is a well know issue specifically for Galvion Caiman rails. The Caiman rails are extremely thin skeletonized flexible rails that will allow the AMP arms (and other accessories) to be knocked free of the rail with slight rear force applied. This is not an AMP arm issue but a rail issue. I run a Caiman Carbon personally and have just had to learn to apply inward pressure while rotating the AMP arms outwards, the next step would be to throw some Ops-Core universal rails on your Caiman.
Good in theory
The arms themselves are great. However, the adapter to connect the arms to the 2.0 rail on Ops-Core helmet isn't great. They start to walk down after a while and once slid off without me noticing. You have to constantly check to make sure they are still fastened good. I'm sure a 1913 style rail does not have this issue. Helmet isn't always comfortable with the ears stowed behind you as they can act as a counter weight and pull helmet back if you don't have nods on. Stowing them outward is pretty comfortable although you look like a deer with antlers. I would recommend this product if you plan to use over the ear hearing pro. I'm sure the less expensive option may work well and could possibly be more comfortable in the stowed position.
The best rail mount!
Ops Core really makes the best accessories for our helmets. Now adapted to my Ops Core SF Helmet, these adapters are very comfortable! If combined with AMP headset, it's the best! Thank so much HCCTactical!
Overall, not bad. Seems high quality plastic, however the actual "mounts" themselves seem very flimsy/lower tolerance plastic. If I had a critique, Im bummed it DID NOT already come with different type of ear pro mounts with its price tag already. Great product overall though