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ChatterBox-to-Camera Interface, I/O Port

ChatterBox-to-Camera Interface (old style), I/O Port Racing Supplies
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Price: $64.95
Product ID : TVC-CB
Manufacturer: I/O Port Racing Supplies
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Our interface will allow you to capture the communications made on your ChatterBox with the in-car camera. A level control allows you to adjust the volume for the right mix to your camera. The ChatterBox headsets also provide a great ambient background for the sound of the engine and track noise. Use your in-car video for sharing and for driver and crew improvement. Your in-car videos will sound so much better!

Equipment Requirements:

  • Driver's and passenger's helmets must have ChatterBox headsets.
  • ChatterBox Tandem Pro Communicator must be in-line.
  • Video camera must have an 1/8" (3.5mm) 3-conductor microphone input.
    • Compatible with GoPro Hero2, ChaseCam, Contour+2, SmartyCam SD (not the new HD version), Replay XD720 and XD1080 and many others.
    • GoPro Hero3 microphone adaptor available separately from GoPro dealers.
    • 1/8" (3.5mm) 2-conductor microphone connection with our optional adapter (needed for Contour+2 and SmartyCam SD).
    • SmartyCam microphone adapter available separately from AIM dealers.

Just unplug your one headset from the Tandem Pro and plug the TVC-CB in line. Then plug in the audio cable from the TVC-CB into your camera. The volume should be just right straight out of the box, but if not, we provide a gain control that you can adjust.

Made in the USA.

Options:

  • Old-style ChatterBox Tandem Pro CB-50 or HJC-50 6-pin DIN connectors
  • New-style ChatterBox Tandem Pro2 1/8" (3.5mm) 4-conductor connectors
  • Microphone Adapter

Watch the video here to get an idea of how your videos could sound.

  • Video provided by Richard Betterley.
  • Driver: Richard Betterley, Coach: Peter Argetsinger.
  • Note: The coach had his microphone too much in front of his mouth. This is why it sounds like he is spitting into the mic. Position microphones to the side or below the mouth.
  • Video and data by SmartyCam.

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