David Clark H10-13.4 ($320.00) or H10-13 Stereo ($325.00)

From an ATCcommunication.com Survey

Number of Responders: 9

Comfort: Great! 5; Just okay: 4; Unacceptable: 0
Clarity: Great! 5; Just Okay: 4; Unacceptable: 0
Durability: Great! 7; Just Okay: 2; Unacceptable: 0

Notable Comments:”They start feeling heavy and uncomfortable after about 1.5-2 hours and progressively get more uncomfortable to a point where it’s time to take them off. (Ear/side pressure and top pad).” “The fit feels secure without being tight or clamping. The ear seals (gel ) are very comfortable and seal well. The head pad is also fine I wear them for a maximum of 2 to 3 hours at a time.” “Clarity is functionally good ,they are just not as sweet as the ANR Zulus.” [The Lightspeed Zulu.2 headset costs $800.] “My David Clark 13.4s are about 20 to 25 years old and still look like they are brand new, they still have the original ear seals and head pad.”

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1 thought on “David Clark H10-13.4 ($320.00) or H10-13 Stereo ($325.00)”

  1. The H10-30 is an excellent value for both seasoned aviators and pilots who are just earning their wings. Provides all the comfort and performance features that a David Clark headset is known for, at a very competitive price.

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