The Tusken Raider installation was a bit unique, as the helmet is very small, and there are limited areas to hide microphones where cloth won’t rub against them. This user requested a slightly customized kit, where the battery pack and amp board would be stored in their bandolier pouches, with an extension wire going from the amp to a connector in the helmet for the mics. Additionally, because the helmet is so small, the user decided to use ear bud microphones as opposed to installing speakers.
With the helmet wired up in this fashion, the wearer can remove the helmet and simply unplug from the audio jack to be completely untethered from the helmet. A 1/8″ standard stereo M-M connector cable is used to connect the jack in the helmet to the amplification board.