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FS: Clarity Aloft Link with Bluetooth

Bmosing

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For sale is a pretty much brand new Clarity Aloft link headset with Bluetooth. I only used it 3 times. Included is everything that came in the case minus the foam earplugs that I have used. - $745 shipped. email me at [email protected]

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Morphewb

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What did you not like about this particular model CA headset?
 

Bmosing

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I actually loved it. However, with the comm antenna on the top of The christen eagle, and me sitting in the back near it, I got a lot of feedback on transmission. Both clarity aloft and my avionics guys said there's an RF issue there and to resolve it would
Mean trying a new antenna or moving it.
 

Larry Lyons

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Dam. love my Clarity but yours would give me access to my phone while airborne....OH wait a minute.........airborne, biplane, and cell phone all at the same time!!! Forget it. I'm up there to get away from the damned thing!
 

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Haha, I agree, I only liked it for the music capabilities (when clear of airport/traffic environment of course:) )
 

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Before you sell it go and buy to RF chokes from an electronics supply store, wrap the main cable through the choke twice with gentle loops and try that. This should work. Try one and then try two if no joy but one should do it.
 

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Before you sell it go and buy to RF chokes from an electronics supply store, wrap the main cable through the choke twice with gentle loops and try that. This should work. Try one and then try two if no joy but one should do it.
Wow really? definitely going to give that a shot, thanks man!
 

DLWilliams

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I second the RF chokes. They do work great for those problems.
 

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I got some different sized chokes it seems to have cut the amount of feedback drastically if not completely. Thanks again for all of the help!

headset no longer for sale, I will delete the thread.
 

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