The Airman 750 Headset is the best-selling lightweight headset in the world. Weighing in at only 3.2 ounces, this headset is standard equipment on more than 70 percent of commercial airframes.
The Airman 750 features an amplified noise canceling electret mic for crystal clear voice transmission. A flexible boom allows microphone adjustment to preferred side, and the adjustable stainless steel headband make the Telex Airman 750 comfortable even on the longest flights. FAA TSO C57a & C58a approved. Made in USA.
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Yes, a typical Boeing 787 uses dual GA plugs.
Yes, the Boeing 767 is generally outfitted with Dual GA plugs but each aircraft can vary so you need to verify with the aircraft you will be flying to know for sure.
Yes, dual GA plugs refers to one for microphone and one for headphone. Yes, we do sell the jacks. Keyword search "Headset Jacks" on our website and it will be the first listing.
Part # 11-09500 does not have a volume control on the ear speakers or a single control. Volume adjustment is accomplished on the panel. The ear speakers do have separate gain control accessed thru the ear speaker housings.
Yes, this headset should work fine in the Boeing B737-800. The main question is what plugs is the B737 outfitted with. As long as the aircraft has dual GA headset jacks, then this headset will work fine. A typical Boeing 737 is outfitted with dual GA plugs.
This headset, part # 11-09500, is outfitted with dual GA plugs, commonly found in GA aircraft like the ones you mention.
No, this type of headphone is more commonly used in commercial aircraft and jet aircraft.