The Airman 750 Headset is the best-selling lightweight headset in the world. Weighing in at only 3.2 ounces, this headset is standard equipment on more than 70 percent of commercial airframes.
The Airman 750 features an amplified noise canceling electret mic for crystal clear voice transmission. A flexible boom allows microphone adjustment to preferred side, and the adjustable stainless steel headband make the Telex Airman 750 comfortable even on the longest flights. FAA TSO C57a & C58a approved. Made in USA.
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TELEX AIRMAN 750 HEADSET SINGLE SIDE HEADPHONE
The Telex headset is a vast improvement over the bulky old headset I had before. I wish I had bought it a lot earlier.
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This headset comes with Dual GA Plugs. The Airman 750 is available with the Airbus plug, but not in the single side. The Airbus plug model is part number 11-09302. See "Alternate Items" tab for link to the web page.
This depends on the plug style installed on the Boeing 737NG. This headset is equipped with dual GA twin plugs (one for mic and one for phone). Most Boeing aircraft are equipped with dual plug inputs so this should work fine.
Yes, mic boom can be positioned on right or left side.
This headset is outfitted with dual GA plugs. Typically 737 has the female dual GA jacks so this should work. We cannot guarantee it will work in all 737s as modifications may have been made in some aircraft.