Sun, Jul 24, 2005
Looks Good, Sounds Great
Sennheiser Electronic Corporation is
introducing the addition of two new high-performance aviation
headsets. The HME 110 is the headset for a wide range of flying
applications. The HMEC 450/BP-04 combines state-of-the-art
technology with unique wearing comfort.
The HME 110 headphones are closed and their circumaural ear
coupling provides effective passive attenuation. The
noise-compensated microphone suppresses noise to ensure that speech
can be clearly understood. The listening volume can be adjusted
directly at the headset. The soft ear pads and the broad headband
guarantee optimum wearing comfort. The ear cups can be folded to
save space when carrying the headset.
The HMEC 450/BP-04 may be the optimum solution for the noisy
cockpits of propeller and turbo-prop planes. Their light weight,
extra-soft leather-look ear pads and their padded headband are
designed to ensure optimum wearing comfort even on long flights.
The headset has an attractive modern silver-metallic design.
The NoiseGard™ electronics and the specially developed
closed ear protector headphones achieve noise reduction of up to 40
dB. The entire electronics package is integrated into the ear cups.
If the NoiseGard™ supply voltage is switched off, the HMEC
450 works like a conventional passive headset. The high-quality
headphone capsules and the noise-compensated electret microphone
guarantee for clear communications. It also features automatic
Both headsets are backed with a 10-year warranty and are
competitively priced and in stock. Sennheiser is offering instant
cash rebates of $25.00 with the purchase of a Sennheiser Aviation
Headset from any Sennheiser Authorized Dealer.
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