Intercom addition?

Float Pilot

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I do not have any intercom jacks in my back seat.

Does anyone make a portable addition type set-up that would let me patch-in at least one person into my other headsets should I have a back seat passenger???

It seems to me that I saw something like that 10 years ago...
 

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Gone digging

Gone digging

I might have a intercom or two somewhere in storage. I took a quick look and found a 80# tote with manuals...lol! It's going to be a few days until I can look further. This will cost you a ride or two.

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I have a two-place mounted in the panel and jacks for both those coming out of the side panels where the ash trays used to be. Up front.
So I would only need something to let me talk to a person in the back seat for aerial tours.
 

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Y plug we use for the FAA. They can hear but can't talk via the intercom.

I remember I had a 4 place jumper box that would allow 6 people to talk with a 2 place built in intercom.
 

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David Clark offers a box that acts as a 4 place intercom. I too had one laying around and you are welcome to it if I can locate


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I just picked up at splitter at Northern Lights Avionics which allows two headsets to be plugged in to one. Not sure if they can both talk or if one is talk and the other is listen only.
 

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