27 June 2010
Per my usual pattern, I have gotten a little bit ahead of myself. I asked around about the gear that I'll need for flight training so that I can buy some of it now, while working through the ground school material, to spread some of the costs around. On the list was a headset. After some research, I bought a David Clark H10-13 S passive (non-noise-cancelling) headset. This is the H10-13.4 headset, except with a stereo phono plug and mono/stereo switch on the yoke. The stereo version cost $10 more, but it should permit stereo music listening with an iPod and proper adapter module. I've read that this can be a good thing on the long cross-country flights. The foam microphone covers look like they might be easy to tear up. I picked up a spare cover just in case. We'll see how it goes....
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