|Helicopter to General Aviation Headset Adapter: Converts U-174/u or U-93A plugs with U92A/U socket to M642/4-1(PJ-055) and M642/5-1(PJ-068)|
I use this everyday for a clarity aloft headset that doesn’t need an impedance converter. Durable with high quality sound.
This thing works great with my DC 10-26 headset I was given. It is much cheaper than a new headset too.
Works great and shipping was quick, arrived in a few days.
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Yes, this will convert a single U-174 helicopter style plug into a standard aviation twin prong headset.
No. This is to convert a civilian U-174 plug to a dual ga headset style plug. For military helicopter headsets, which are low impedance, you will need adapter Part# 11-10645.
If your helicopter was equipped with a standard GA helicopter U-174 input jack, then yes, this will convert your Bose A20 U-174 to dual GA commonly found in general aviation fixed wing planes. If your helicopter was equipped with the XLR-5 pin plug which is used in some Airbus applications, this will not work.
Approx 17 inches.