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Sennheiser S1 Digital Adaptive Noiseguard Pilot Headset

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  • Treble boost for customized audio clarity
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Product Description

The Sennheiser S1 Digital aviation headset is designed to give you maximum control over noise levels in the cockpit, so you can focus on the joy of flying. At the push of a button, the S1's exclusive NoiseGardTM / digital technology accurately analyzes the cockpit's noise levels to achieve superior noise cancellation during all phases of flight-from take-off to landing. Design features like adjustable contact pressure and a special "comfort zone" for glasses ensure you stay comfortable. And with a Bluetooth interface, clear voice transmission and a customizable treble boost function, you'll never miss a word. S1 DIGITAL FEATURES Smart adapt digital ANR customizes noise reduction to the user's aircraft environment Headband tension adjust for customized comfort Treble boost for customized audio clarity Peak-level protection for hearing protection Ear pad comfort zones end squeeze on your glasses Specially designed communication and music filters optimize sound quality Bluetooth phone and music connectivity Built-in mic bias voltage for cell phone use MADE IN GERMANY

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  • Shipping Weight: 2.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B005GAB27Y
  • Item model number: 504212
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 7, 2011

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First of all i want to say that there is no right or wrong headset. All 3 are great. Depends on what you are looking for and the price.
Bose A20:
Great noise cancellation.
Cable is great and does not tangle easily.
Comfortable.
Lacks stereo bluetooth to stream audio. Bluetooth works for phone calls.
Includes 3.5mm cable to use for other devices.

Sennheiser S1:
Very comfortable.
Music controls on remote is a great advantage.
Cable and remote are just the right length to be in reach while flying.
Does not include a 3.5 mm jack. So will only function as bluetooth stereo headphones. Can be used for music streaming.
Extremely compact.
Includes port to charge device from aircraft power.

Lightspeed Zulu 2.0:
Comfortable
Can be used for bluetooth audio.
Includes 3.5mm jack to be used for other devices.
Flightlink app can be used with ipad for recording conversations.( havent used it yet).

Summary:
I would have chosen sennheiser, but got the lightspeed from their site for 100$ less. If you dont need to listen to music while flying, go Bose.
If you want stereo bluetooth, voice recording Lightspeed Zulu.

Bose , lightspeed can be plugged into any 3.5 mm plug.
Sennheiser cannot be used that way.

Sennheiser's music controls on remote( play/pause/ fwd/rwd) are great. It can be charged from aircraft power.
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Background: I fly the KingAir 350, owned several sets of the Bose aviation headsets, was (is) looking for a replacement due to normal wear.

The Good: Bluetooth interaction is great (full control of your IPod), design and construction was nice, more adjustments for comfort than other headsets. FYI...I was one of those guys who couldn't understand why you'd want to listen to your IPod while flying. That was until I tried it. Granted I do a lot of cross country flying, but I think you'll like it, as well.

The Bad: Boom mic does not sit directly in front of your mouth, a little bulky, and I was not blown away by the sound quality

The Ugly: The noise canceling properties need constant resetting (button on side of headset) due to any changes - break seal, change altitudes, engine rpm, chewing gum, etc.

Thus far, the Bose A20 is the best...it's not just hype. I'm going to give the Light Speed Zulu a shot before settling on the A20 because rumor has it the A20 doesn't offer great Bluetooth interaction.
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As a filmmaker I have always know Sennheiser to be a manufacturer of quality audio product and these headphones more than live up to my expectations. The noise reduction works excellently and I have - to my own great surprise - actually used the bluetooth functions with great success. Who'd a thought that I would be listening to music or talking on the phone via a pilot headset? The only negative thing I might say is that I find the design a tad "clunky" but, with the functionality being what it is, who cares?
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Comfortable, excellent sound for communication and phone calls, decent for music, noise canceling works well in the cockpit. BT features and controls are a plus. Noise canceling may require calibration from time to time, simply press the button on the side. This only happens with drastic changes in the relatively consistent outside noise. Has the ability to multi connect (phone, music) and priority is automatic to tower/cockpit communication.
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I've been using this in Piper Warriors and Archers which have really significant propeller noise; but with this I hear nothing but a sound similar to the fan of a laptop computer. No, I am not kidding, this is the truth. It deserves every cent I spent on it.
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