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.
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.
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Got these for my wife who wanted pink or pretty. Bose or Sierra dont make those. So, we tried these and unfortunately, they are in my opinion noisy. At times the noise reduction makes a low pitch hum. With the switch off, the hum is not there but neither is the noise reduction. I recommend sticking with a name brand for this application.
Bought for my wife four years ago and used about 25 times. The rubber around where the cord enters the ear piece cracked and fall apart. Very disappointed with the quality. I bought a cheaper ASA headset for myself and used it a lot more and it’s still working great.
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Only the ANR version, part number 11-08095 comes with the MP3 jack included.
This does not have a built in PTT but it will work with standard push to talk switches.