September 2007 Issue
I read with interest your report in June’s issue comparing various ANR headsets. Your conclusions about the new David Clark ANR X11 were spot on. I have been a supporter of David Clark and their products, having been the owner of a pair of H10-13.4s for a number of years. Recently, a buddy and I bought a Nanchang CJ-6A—not the quietest of warbirds to say the least. After a few hours of flying, we found that a passive headset wasn’t going to work. Hearing one another over the push-to-talk intercom and calls from the tower were difficult and potentially dangerous due to missed communication. In order to wring out the maximum enjoyment from our ride while staying safe, we knew we had to invest in a good pair of ANR headsets.
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