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David Clark DC Pro-2 with Military U-174 Plug

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Part# 11-19353
MFR Model# 43106G-04

Overview

The David Clark PRO-2 Aviation Headset with Microphone is ideal for pilots that prefer the superior comfort, dramatically reduced clamping pressure and lightweight design (under 8 ounces) of a ‘rest-on-ear’ style headset.

Features

  • Slim profile, redesigned, slightly oblong-shaped dome that provides the greater rest-on-ear headset stability
  • Sleek, lightweight, supra-aural, rest-on-ear design
  • Advanced, noise-cancelling electret microphone for clear, crisp voice transmission
  • Soft, Outlast® technology, heat-absorbing head pad to help keep pilots cool and comfortable in flight. Currently the only aviation headset available that incorporates this technology.
  • Plush, leatherette ear seals with memory foam for added comfort
  • Lightweight, compact, multi-function control module with mounting clip for attaching to apparel or any convenient location within the cockpit
  • Swivel hinge stirrup design reduces clamping pressure and fully adjustable headband assembly ensure a personal fit
  • Rugged, yet lightweight alloy suspension for outstanding durability
  • Collapsible, compact design for storage in its David Clark, soft-sided headset bag – leaving more room in pilot’s flight bag

Specifications

  • FAA TSO-C139a Approved
  • Passive Noise Reduction
  • Headset Size: Adult
  • Bluetooth: No

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