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Mon, Jun 21, 2021

A1 Carbon and Blulink II Unveiled At AEA2021

Carbon A1 Is A Rugged But Lightweight 10 Ounce ANR Headset Offering

US-based Pilot Communications USA, after a highly visible and popular unveiling at the 2021 Sun 'n Fun Aerospace Expo, is presenting its next generation of versatile aviation ANR headsets and Bluetooth cockpit accessories to the international avionics industry.

Pilot Communication USA's Carbon A1 is a rugged but lightweight 10 ounce, ANR headset offering carbon fiber strength, and detachable comm cord adapters for different headset configurations -- be they fixed-wing, helicopter or military, noise canceling electret microphone, leather ear seals, adjustable headband, flexible mic boom, auto-shut-off, dual volume control, mono-stereo capabilities, with a five year warranty! 

The A1 boasts 20 decibels or more of Active Noise Attenuation. Extremely cost-effective at $699 (US, Retail), the Carbon A1 series is also highly adaptable to numerous aviation uses and environments and offers comfort AND capability without breaking the bank. Our ANR Headsets feature the PILOT Direct Noise Canceling System. This robust system directs noise canceling toward the lower frequencies more than any other ANR headset on the market. Embedded in our ANR technology is an Enhanced Voice Intelligibility (EVI) circuit. EVI enhances speech frequencies by 2-4 dB on all audio input. This unique combination of noise canceling and speech enhancement gives our range of ANR headsets increased intelligibility using cutting edge technology.

The 4 ounce BluLink II enables you to use your Bluetooth cell phone as well as any music source wirelessly in the cockpit. Even better; you can use your existing general aviation, helicopter or BOSE panel mount aviation headset with BluLink. The combination of convenience and versatility is impressive. 

No more tucking your cell phone under your headset or using cell phone adapters with various cords and additional adapters. The BluLink will work with any cell phone with Bluetooth --- making it just the thing for filing a flight plan, checking weather, calling for fuel, getting a clearance at an uncontrolled field, calling for a taxi, or just checking in with your office or family with the utmost in convenience. Blulink II retails for $275, US. 

The Carbon P1 (Passive Noise Attenuation), the ANR equipped Carbon A1 and the Blulink II are all available for immediate shipment. Pilot Communications USA welcomes Dealer and OEM inquiries and may be consulted this week at AEA Booth 1216 or at the contact points listed below.

FMI: www.pilot-usa.com

 


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