The C-300 headset features a fail safe power feature which automatically automatically converts to a full performance -24 dB passive headset should ANR circuit fail. The C-300 is cell telephone ready with amplified volume, detachable cable supplied for ground phone use in noisy environments. Supports Cell Phones equipped with a 2.5mm 3 conductor hands free jack. Listen to both Cell-phone and ATC at same time. The C-300 has noise attenuation of -19db active ANR and -24 db passive, a unique noise absorbing material, positive set flex boom, soft foam ear seals, cloth covers and mic muff. Made in the USA.
Does not require batteries or any special wiring. Just plug into, any General Aviation Intercom or Radio.
-19 db of ANR average engine frequency band
Non-Reflective Black, lightweight, all-metal frame with adjustable stirrups.
CELL PHONE INTERFACE JACK.
Cell Phone Interconnect Cable for Cell phones Using the Standard 2.5mm. 3 conductor Hands Free Adaptor.** Included **
Full-Flax Mic Boom with Mic muff
New High Tech noise absorbing Material
Exclusive 2 section flexible articulating "gooseneck" microphone boom. Stays where you put it.
Gel Ear Seals and Head Pad Standard. Also Included is a set of Soft Foam ear seals.
A stainless steel non-reflective headband can be adjusted for even the hardest to fit heads.
Auto Stereo/Mono Switching! The C-300's internal electronics Automatically Sense the type of intercom the user has, then adjusts for either Stereo or Mono operation.
Push ToTalk (PTT) Switch Located on the dome for keying your radio.
Gold plated communication plugs for long term noise-free Audio reception.
RF immune M-56 pre-amplifier and noise canceling ELECTRET microphone.
Mic Muff and Cloth ear covers * Included*
Additional info on Spec Sheet
Weight: 16.2 ounces
Total Weight: 21.7 ounces
NR Rating: -24 db Passive, -17 db active
Warranty: 3 Year Unconditional
I liked the PPT on the right side. Getting the power from the intercom was a good idea. It does not work in all applications. I tried connecting it to my ICOM handheld and it would not work. Just a lot of noise. So I traided it for the C-200 and that works very well with the handheld.
For the Softcomm C-300 ANR headset, do you have to use the button on the headset or can you just use the button on the yolk in a Cessna 172?
You can still use the push to talk switch on your yoke with the headset.
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