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are these that typically that came with LMTV 12v or 24v?

Am I correct in that these were mostly used for when troops in back of bed want to relay information to pilot(s)
This was the intercom that Stewart and Stevenson had available. The LS-671 is a speaker, it doesn't have a voltage rating. It was connected to a SINCGARS radio behind the commander's seat.
 

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This was the intercom that Stewart and Stevenson had available. The LS-671 is a speaker, it doesn't have a voltage rating. It was connected to a SINCGARS radio behind the commander's seat.
hmmm...... can I hook it up to my bofang maybe.??
 

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This was the intercom that Stewart and Stevenson had available. The LS-671 is a speaker, it doesn't have a voltage rating. It was connected to a SINCGARS radio behind the commander's seat.
You may take it apart and some times the ohms and voltage will be on the magnet of the speaker
 
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