David Clark H10-60 $373.00

David Clark H10-60 $373.00

From an ATCcommunication.com Survey

Number of Responders: 7

Comfort: Great! 2; Just okay: 5; Unacceptable: 0
Clarity: Great! 3; Just Okay: 4; Unacceptable: 0
Durability: Great! 6; Just Okay: 1; Unacceptable: 0

Notable Comments: “I have been using this headset for a very long time. Comfort is excellent, sound too if you consider that this headset don’t have any ANR system.” “I’ve heard David Clark headsets called ‘David Clamps’ in regards to how they feel on your head after a while. As a sport pilot, my flights aren’t terribly long, and the H10-60 only got uncomfortable around the 1.5-2.0 hour mark. Until that point, though, they’re perfectly comfy.” “Just as clear as any other set I’ve used. One of my flight instructors noticed my set and remarked that while excellent on their own, I should visit the Headsets Inc. booth at Oshkosh and get their ANR conversion for them. Quite honestly, I haven’t felt the need!” “I bought those headset 11 years ago. My total time is about 5,000 hours only helicopter. Sent to DC for a repair only once and the customer service was just amazing. Great company DC indeed.” “I could use these things as wheel chocks or gust locks and they’d still work great! While DC has a reputation for being somewhat heavy/bulky/clunky, I regard that as a positive.”

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Summary
From listing at Amazon.com:

The David Clark H10-60 passive headset offers the most in adjustability and noise protection. It's precision engineered to be user-customized to fit any wearer. Super Soft Head Pad New Comfort gel, undercut ear seals Headset Pressure Adjustment Noise Reduction Rating 23 dB Headband Size Adjustment M-7A Microphone Dual volume control lets you adjust the level for each ear Boom Guide Lock Exclusive, patented flex/wire boom for easy, precise microphone placement Dome jack lets you select from three different cord assemblies (comes equippedw tih straight cord adn dual plugs for fixed wing use. FAA TSO Approved C57 Cat. B and C58a Exceeds RTCA/DO-214 Standards Weight (without cord assembly): 22 oz. 5 Year Warranty.

   

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Great quality, reasonably comfortable
Got these used on ebay for $170. Sound is very clear. I tend to get some minor ear discomfort on very long flights (say greater than 3 hours).
December 23, 2015, 9:59 am
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