|This entry level Skycom H-40A Passive Headset is a great headset for the student pilot or a pilot on a budget. It features Foam Ear Seals and an Air-Foam Headpad for exceptional comfort and fit. It Features a high quality Noise Cancelling Electret Microphone specially designed to match the frequency of the human voice to provide sound clarity, best intelligibility, and background noise reduction.|
Based on just one flight, they seem pretty good, the sound is a good as my DC ones. They are not as well put togther as the DC ones, not a big issue. For the price though and as spares for my airplane they are perfect. My DC ones have had the plastic parts of the wiring cords turn to mush and crumble away, these cost less that the replacement cords and no hassle finding someone to solder them in.
About what youd expect from a 90/00 dollar headset.
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No this version does not. Our part number 11-09098 has this option.
This version is a mono headset. Part number 11-09098 has the stereo option. To transmit to ATC, you would need to use a push to talk button. The headset weighs three pounds. The size of the plugs are your standard GA type of .25” and .206”.
This is a mono headset with Dual General Aviation Plugs. The headphone plug is 0.25 inches and the Microphone is 0.206 inches. They are called dual GA plugs or jacks.