AMP Cable (Audio + Mic + Power)
The standard anr upgrade kit comes with a 6' long add-on power cable which tie-wraps to your original audio cable, and it requires that you drill a 1/4" hole in the left earcup (next to where the main cable enters the cup).
The AMP cable replaces your original cable and has the DC power wires, audio wires and mic wires all in one cable. The result is more aesthetically pleasing and no additional hole is required in the left earcup.
Jai achetÃ© le cÃ¢ble AMP en option pour ma mise Ã niveau ANR dans un headset David Clark H10-80. Le cÃ¢ble AMP simplifie grandement la conversion et donne un rÃ©sultat final beaucoup plus propre. Le cÃ¢ble dalimentation est plus long que les cÃ¢bles audio, ce qui facilite la localisation du boÃ®tier de la batterie. Dans le C-172 que je vole, le casque se branche sur les prises Ã gauche du panneau et le boÃ®tier se clipse bien dans la poche latÃ©rale.
I purchased the optional AMP cable for my ANR upgrade in an H10-40. The AMP cable simplifies the conversion and results in much cleaner cord routing. The power cable is a foot or so longer than the audio leads, which gives you more options for locating the battery box. In my 7KCAB Citabria the head set plugs in to jacks on the left side of the panel, and the battery box clips nicely to the left side pocket. Its well worth the $33.
I got a Gentex SPH-4B converted to civilian fixed wing usage. Installed an ANR kit which needs a 9volt input to work correctly. The kit came with the battery case and an addtional cable to be installed (mike,audio and batt)... I replaced the 3 cables by this one and it worked like a charm ! Well Worth the price ! Norm
Yes, the AMP cable includes a switch for mono/stereo operation.