Engineered to be the ideal aviation headset for commercial and airline pilots who fly reasonably noisy, pressurized turbine-powered aircraft, the proflight Series 2 adapts to unique environments and personal preferences of Pro pilots.
refinements to the proflight Series 2 include a thinner, lighter and more flexible cable and the addition of Winglets at the mic boom to help in correct mic alignment and adjustment. Tap regulate for talk-through communication has been up to date. Additionally, the carrying case has been improved to aid in easier storage and transportation.
proflight Series 2 is the industry smallest, quietest and most comfortable active noise cancelling aviation headset, and is the most innovative aviation headset Bose has ever produced. Proflight Series 2 offers advancements to the technology of the original proflight and features improvements in response to feedback from the aviation community.
the uniquely comfortable and stable design of the proflight Series 2 weighs just 4. 5 ounces (128 grams) on-head – light enough to remain comfortable even at the longest flights. The headset also features three user selectable modes of active noise cancellation, active equalization, a noise cancelling microphone, tap regulate for talk-through communication with those out of doors the intercom and optional full-function Bluetooth connectivity. The proflight Series 2 is FAA Tso and e/tso-c139a certified, Meets all applicable arinc standards and is to be had with four different plug configurations.
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Proflight Series 2 includes a thinner, lighter and more flexible cable, up to date tap regulate for talk-through communication, and an easily adjustable mic
Engineered for pilots of reasonably noisy, pressurized Turbine-powered aircraft – built upon the technology of the original proflight
The smallest, lightest, most comfortable Bose aviation headset
Innovative design and 4. 5 ounce (128 gram) on-head weight keep pilots comfortable, even all over extended flights
Digital active noise cancellation reduces noise so users can lower radio volume and hear what they wish to hear