|Amplified Cell/Satellite Phone Adapter for General Aviation (twin plugs): Allows use of cell phone with GA twin plug headset (Battery powered).|
I bought this for its simplicity and compact size. After selling my LightSpeed Zulus I needed a way to use my cell phone in the cockpit. This works great for that as well as music while flying. Sound quality while playing music is not the same quality as the Zulus had but that is not because of this unit, Ive gone back to using my David Clarke while I wait for my Audio Technologies Halo set to arrive. I could not be more pleased with this set up especially at a cost under $100.
Worked right out of the box. I like to call my wife as soon as I am back on the ground, so this will make it easy. Can also make and receive calls when warming up the engine. iPhone sounds very clear through Telex headset. Have only used it one time so I do not know how long the battery will last, but its just one 9-volt. Only issue so far is that the battery compartment is almost too small to fit it takes some fidgeting to get the battery inside or out.
Yes, this adapter comes with both 2.5mm and 3.5mm plug for both older and newer phones.
Yes this cable will work with iPhone devices for communication through a dual plug general aviation headset.
This is designed only to work with the headset it is plugged in to so no one else will hear your music.
The cell phone adapter is designed to work only with the headset it is plugged into. People connected to the intercom will hear you talk, and ATC will only hear you if you press the PTT switch.
Per the manufacturer, as long as you have a stereo intercom and your headset is in stereo mode, yes.
Per the manufacturer: The cell phone adapter part number 11-03568 comes with a 3.5mm plug which will fit into your Ipad air. Music and other audio entertainment will be played through your headset. If you intend on making phone calls from your Ipad it would depend on the internal wiring on the Ipad itself. The manufacturer can neither confirm nor deny if the phone call feature will work.
No, the music will not turn down with this device alone. If you used a Blulink, p/n 11-06553, the music will automatically mute when an ATC transmission comes through. As for the cell phone communication, it will not mute the person on the phone. The pilot will need to hang up the phone to talk to ATC.
Yes, phone calls are supported with this adapter.
Yes, you would be able to do this.
They will play at the same time. You would have to turn down/off the audio input to be able to hear and communicate with ATC.