The high performance and comfort found only in David Clark Company headsets, at a very competitive price. The David Clark H10-30 Comes with 5' cord and Fixed Wing General Aviation M642/5-1 (PJ068) and M642/4-1 (PJ055) Plug. Certified Noise Reduction Rating (NRR): 24 dB.
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the David clark look good . I wont be able to give you a comment I dont fly in the winter1
DAVID CLARK H10-30 HEADSET DUAL PLUGS MONO H10
As a certified flight instructor I carry two pairs of headsets with me, as I have students that don’t own headsets. The acquisition of this pair represents number six in my collection. I have two in my Pitts Special and two in my Citabria. David Clark’s are bulletproof, I recommend them to everyone.
I am very satisfied with the H10-30,the one I purchased has the M-7 mic
I bought these to use in an Aero-Trek 240, they were reasonably priced and work great!!
We have this in a Stearman and they work great !!
I purchased this headset in the early 1980s. During college and the military aviation years, I kept them on a shelf in storage. After 12 moves and a 20+ year flying career, I purchased my own small plane. So, naturally, I break out the 30-year old David Clark 10-30s, plug them into the jack on my new 1946 tail-dragger, and they work like the day they came out of the box. Enough said....
I prefer the H10-30 over the H10-13.4 simply because the mike stays where you position it. You can also adjust the friction on the arm so when pulling Gs the mike stays in position. I bought a brand new 13.4 and its now for sale since recently receiving my H10-30.
Overall, an excellent headset. Good noise attenuation. Unfortunately, it is not delivered with a muff, hence 4 stars.
Maybe it is the temperature here (29 to 33C) but the plastic molding around the plugs and the Y junction started breaking down after three years, they have now crumbled to nothing. They were stored at home in a closet not in the airplane. Since I am so far away it would have cost more than they were worth to ship them for the warranty. When all the plastic finally fell off I wrapped the wires in insulating tape then a layer of speed tape (to avoid the sticky) and they have been working ok since. Not recommended if you are anywhere hot.
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Yes this is equipped with twin plugs for general aviation fixed wing aircraft.
No, this headset is FAA TSO approved.
Yes, this headset can be used in Europe.
If you are referring to the microphone cover, it would be part # 11-04788. For the replacement head pad, see part # 11-04791. For replacement ear seals, see part # 11-04820.
All David Clark aviation headsets are covered by a 5-year warranty, backed by the best customer service in the industry.