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Bose Noise Cancelling Headset, an old one, just $189 obo

azsportpilot

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well before the A20 there was the X
before the X there was the Series 2
before the series 2 was the Series 1....this one started it all, this was the first aviation headset with ANR available to the public, bose started it all in 1989

Bose Aviation Headset Series I

The Bose Series I Aviation Headset was introduced in 1989 as the first commercially available Active Noise Cancellation headset specially designed for pilots, also used by the United States Air Force.

Initially, the Bose Aviation Headsets were not to be sold in civilian markets, as they were considered by Bose to be a military application.

the Aviation Headset used active noise reduction technology and other passive noise reducing technology. Also Bose used a 9-pin connection to the battery box, then the standard Fixed wing 2 plugs from the battery box to the aircraft

The Aviation Headset includes

• Active Equalization - Clean full sound quality that enhances intelligibility of radio and intercom audio and enables natural sounding music reproduction
• Acoustic Noise Cancellation - reduces noise over the full range of the human hearing
• Integrated boom Detaches, to be worn on either the right or left earcup.
• Portable Carry Case for headphone and accessories

Series I aviation headsets are distinguished by the clear windows on the earcups or by noting that the on/off switch and volume control are located on the separate control module.

• Weight: 18 ounces
• Battery: NiCa Battery
• Battery Life: 8 hours of use
• Shielded: No
• Warranty: 2 Years
• Price: $995 USD

THE ORIGINAL GEL EARCUPS FELL APART SO I AM INCLUDING A NEW SET OF BOSE SERIES 1 GEL EAR SEALS, ALSO INCLUDED IS OWNERS MANUAL AND PAPERS AND ORIGINAL BOSE CARRY CASE......MAKE A REASONABLE OFFER

BATTERY SHOULD BE REPLACED BUT WORKS GREAT WHEN PLUGGED INTO THE 12v JACK ON YOUR PANEL (CORD SUPPLIED)

Pickup here in Phoenix AZ, or Shipping to anywhere in the lower 48 is just $9.95 (actual cost) for USPS Priority mail w/ Delivery Confirmation.

Free Delivery to DVT

Call John @ 602-327-9768

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Freeskier

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Still have this? What does that third plug look like? There's a place to plug in labled Bose in my club arrow so I would think that is the correct one?
 

azsportpilot

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hello
sorry i sold it just before christmas but forgot to update post

I think it may have worked with your panel, there is no 3rd plug, just the normal 2-plug GA setup,

Bose used a 9-pin connection to the battery box, then the standard Fixed wing 2 plugs from the battery box to the aircraft

you can disconnect the headset from the battery box

the 9-pin plug once removed from the battery box should plug into your panel, .....i think

the "LEMO" plug is the more common "panel power" setup...... the LEMO plug is a round 6 pin plug....... this headset (sold) used the 9 pin plug or GA 2 plug

you should take a close look at the panel in your plane to see if you need a 6 or 9 pin plug headset
 

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