Pink Powder Puff Pilot headsets, available in PNR and ANR models, are built by a leading avionics manufacturer that specializes in FAA-qualified aviation headsets.
Each Powder Puff Pilot headset is hand-made by skilled engineers, and built with an electret microphone and advanced special noise attenuation technology to provide a comfortable audio environment. Both models feature a flexible boom assembly that allows you to adjust the mic to a position that's just right for you.
Powder Puff Pilot is so confident of the quality of our headsets, we offer a 3-year warranty on all headset parts and service. Another guarantee: the distinctive Powder Puff Pilot logo in pink on pink on the non-mic earcup is certain to keep flyboys' hands off your headset!
Operating Instructions: ANR, PNR
Specifications and Noise Attenuation Data: ANR, PNR
Active Noise Reduction (ANR) or Passive Noise Reduction (PNR)? The ANR headset can isolate, offset, and cancel environmental noise. Compared with conventional (PNR) headsets, the ANR model reduces background noise to provide a quieter, more comfortable flight. Its noise-canceling circuitry increases comfort and decreases pilot fatigue, improving communication and safety. This ANR model accommodates both stereo and mono intercom systems.
The PNR model offers a more affordable option—especially suitable for student pilots and passengers—delivering a perfect combination of noise reduction, clear sound, and comfortable fit. PNR headsets obstruct annoying noise and amplify communication signals for crystal clear voice transmission.
The noise cancelling works ok and the price is good. My issue is that after a couple of years moderate use the connections going into the ear pieces deteriorated and starting to come apart.
July 19, 2017
Q: Is there a MP3 and cell phone capability with this headset?
Yes, the MP3 jack is included with the powder puff headset (11-08095).
Q: Whats the difference between the noise cancellation anr and pnr?
Active noise control (ANC), also known as noise cancellation, or active noise reduction (ANR), is a method for reducing unwanted sound by the addition of a second sound specifically designed to cancel the first. PNR stands for passive noise reduction in which the only method of reducing the sound is the seals around the ear and the physical presence of the headset.
Q: Will this fit a child? My daughter is 4 years old.
This is intended for adults, not for infants. For a 4 year old, we would recommend looking at the 11-03540 or 11-13993.