Before we go into explaining the whole process, we first want to notify you on what options you have available and what you need to look out for. The very first thing you need to know, is that a Sordin Supreme Mil CC Slim comes in three possible configurations.
In fact there are three possible versions. One are the ARC aka Accessory Rail Connectors which once originated from Ops-Core and which are the most common ones out there. Then you have Team Wendy with their proprietary rails and at last you also have the pretty rare MLOK style of rails.
Since these are all different, you will require adapters that fit both that specific type of rail and the Sordin headset of course.
ARC & Team Wendy Adapters
As for ARC rails, it’s quite simple, these are available from Sordin themselves. Team Wendy adapters are currently not available from Sordin, but we know these adapters are currently under development. However, there are already adapters available on the market for Team Wendy rails and those are made by Unity Tactical. But as said earlier, there is an issue with third party adapters in general which Sordin has warned us for.
3rd Party Adapters WARNING!
The thing is that these products are being engineered to comply with the high demands they need to be rated for. And for this companies like Sordin work together with the helmet manufacturers themselves to guarantee things like a good seal for all the compatible helmet models.
Now, the issue with those third party companies that create their own solutions is the fact that you mostly can’t find proof that they ensure those ratings. So even though they might be more expensive and provide you with more features, it’s totally possible that your ears aren’t that well protected by using them like this. So, that’s just a fair warning for you to keep in mind.
At last, an MLOK version currently only exists by Unity Tactical too, but the chance you have such a system is still rather low.
Mountable Sordin Versions
Aside all this, the very last things you should know about is that only a Sordin Supreme Mil CC with slim cups can be converted to a helmet mounted setup. And for those that are looking for a way to mount a Supreme Pro-X onto a helmet that is officially not possible according to Sordin.
So now that you are aware of this and you have your headset, helmet and the correct adapters, let’s go over to mounting this thing.
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