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Lightspeed Zulu 3 and Wireless Tango's

TxSkyBolt

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Shawn what is your assessment of the wireless headsets?
 

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Shawn what is your assessment of the wireless headsets?
The wireless are awesome! You have to recharge every 12 hours. Some folks don't like recharging. I have a wireless and use it all the time. I have done lots of back to back testing and it is good.
 

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How are the zulu’s In a Pitts? My Bose A20s are horrible at full power; they actually amplify the noise making it deafening.
 

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How are the zulu’s In a Pitts? My Bose A20s are horrible at full power; they actually amplify the noise making it deafening.
They work great.... The Bose didn't work for me either. The Tango's work and new Zulu 3 is a little quieter but has a cord. I have been using both the Tango and Zulu 3 in the Eagle. Sometimes I use a Clarity Aloft, just depends my mood. The Bose is the worse headset you can use for high noise or open cockpit!
The Lightspeeds have a adjustable mic gain also which is great! I have the gains all the way down on all our Lightspeeds. I can fly my 172 with the window open and stick the mic in the wind and get no noise.
 

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