Note: Headset color is red.
The Pilot System headset is designed specifically for use in light aircraft and helicopters.
The headset is fitted with interchangeable leads which can be swapped easily for use in different aircraft. Leads are available for connection to a wide range of general aviation intercom equipment.
Each headset includes a specially developed electret noise cancelling microphone, an electronic speech processor and high quality speakers.
The microphone is sensitive to speech but rejects extraneous background noise whilst the speech processor modiﬁes the voice signal to produce a clear and natural sound.
The microphone is mounted in a rubber anti-shock holder and is protected by a foam wind shield that can be removed easily for cleaning or replacement.
The headset speakers are housed in acoustically balanced enclosures which seal the headset against moisture and also allow the ear-cups to be cleaned hygienically. The speaker volume is adjustable and can be set using the built-in volume control.
The headset is noise attenuating and provides hearing protection in noise levels up to 11OdB(A).
All Lynx headsets are fitted with Silicone Gel ear seals and are fully adjustable.Headset Colors:
Black, White, Grey, Red, Pink, Blue, Yellow or Green
To obtain the correct size of helmet, use a tape measure to measure the circumference of your head just above the ears. Small: 55-57cm, Medium: 57-59cm, Large: 59-61cm, Extra Large: 61-63cm. Small: 22", Medium: 23", Large: 23.5", Extra Large: 24.5".
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