Sennheiser HMEC 372 - Headsets for Helicopters

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Featuring NoiseGard active noise compensation and excellent passive attenuation, the HMEC 372 pilot's headset is an ideal choice for helicopters, propeller and turboprop aircraft.The HMEC 372 is a pilot's headset with closed ear protector headphones and NoiseGard active noise compensation with bipolar Microphone MKE 45-1 for use in helicopters.Connector Variant:U-174/U connector for Headphones and Microphone, XLR-3 connector for NoiseGard supply.

SENNHEISER HMEC 372 FEATURES
Constant attenuation of up to 40 dB throughout the entire audio range
Superior speech intelligibility
Electronics fully integrated into headphone capsules
Functions as a conventional headset when Noisegard supply voltage is switched off
Noise-compensated polarity independant, boom microphone for superior speech transmission
5 year warranty

SENNHEISER HMEC 372 PACKAGE INCLUDES
1 HMEC 372 NoiseGard
1 x 3-pin socket for aircraft's internal power supply
1 carrying case for headset and accessories
1 MZQ 2002-1 cable clip
1 MZW 45 windshield


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Sennheiser HMEC 372 - Headsets for Helicopters - Sound and Light

  Thursday 18 July 2019       


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