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Low to High Impedance Adapter


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Low to High Impedance Adapter

This adapter converts a low impedance microphone and phone military headset into higher impedance for use in general aviation aircraft. It also converts the U-174/U plug on the military headset into .206" and .25" plugs used in general aviation; 25 inches in length.

This will work with a variety of military headsets including, but not limited to, the popular David Clark H10-76 and H10-76XL. If you are planning on using this to convert the DC H10-76 for use exclusively in civilian fixed wing aircraft, we recommend using the David Clark H10-76 conversion kit instead.  The conversion kit will swap out low impedance mic with a high impedance mic. However, if you will be switching back and forth between military and civilian, we recommend using this impedance adapter instead.

 

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Wednesday, August 16, 2017
work just great
by lorenzo from APO AE USA 

Review: I can't say anything bad, work just fine, ATC receive 5/5 and I do the same!
I bit pricy for an adapter, but if u have a military headset and use it on a GA plane i think is the only option. I used on a bose A 20.
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Tuesday, June 27, 2017
Worth it
by A Customer from  

Review: I think it's pricey considering the technology isn't very impressive, but it's still worth it and it works great. Sounds just as good as any other headset plugged in normally.
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Friday, May 12, 2017
Great adapter and alternative for a new mic and cable
by Mattchu from Shreveport, LA (KDTN) 

Pros: Clear TX and RX, "cheap" alternative to a new mic
Cons: A little on the pricey side
Review: Works perfect on my Bose A20 military spec headset. I ordered one to try it out, loved it, then ordered another for my other pair. So much better than spending $200-300 for a new mic and drop cord. I asked ATC how they heard me and had no complaints.
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Monday, March 13, 2017
Good product
by A Customer from Fort Rucker AL USA 

Pros: Cheap
Review: This is a great cheap alternative to rebuilding the headset. I haven't had any problems hearing people and I've only had one complaint from another aircraft that my radio was low. I've used it for three months now and only onE complaint, not bad for the money.
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Monday, October 10, 2016
by John from Alpine UT USA 
Review: So far, it works just fine.
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Friday, August 05, 2016
Works great with my Bose Headset.
by Eric from Harker Heights TX USA 

Pros: Functions as needed.
Cons: Makes for a longer cord that tends to get in the way.
Review: Ideal for those bouncing between rotary and fixed-wing aircraft. It's nice to use one headset for multiple airframes.
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Tuesday, March 15, 2016
by Anthony from Winter Haven FL USA 
Review: Did exactly what I needed it to do, allowing use of a military helicopter helmet in a civilian gyroplane.
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Tuesday, February 16, 2016
Exactly the correct adapter
by Ryan from Sheldon IA USA 

Pros: Correct adapter
Cons: None
Review: I was looking for the correct adapter for my Bose A20 Military headset to work in my Piper Saratoga. I actually had purchased two different adapters from Sporty's. Neither was the correct adapter. This adapter works well.
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Sunday, January 24, 2016
Excellent purchase
by Jeffrey from Diberville MS USA 

Pros: Saves the purchase of a new headset if you already have one with military connections
Cons: A bit pricy, but again, you save the expense of a new headset.
Review: It works as advertised and kept me from purchasing a new headset.
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Thursday, January 21, 2016
Order the right adapter!!
by Dinshaw from Kingsland GA USA 

Pros: works great
Review: After ordering 2 different ones (my bad) , we got the correct one after I spoke to the tech.
Once I got the correct adapter the headphones work great BOSE-X
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Wednesday, January 13, 2016
by Jay from Sarasota FL USA 
Pros: saved money
Cons: none
Review: Works fine.
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Wednesday, January 13, 2016
by Marcin from Williamsburg VA USA 
Review: Works great on bose X
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Monday, December 07, 2015
Great product
by Sean from San Diego CA USA 

Review: I used it to plug my military Bose A20 headset into a Cherokee Warrior II and don't have any complaints.
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Tuesday, November 24, 2015
Works as advertised!
by Adam from Warrenton VA USA 

Review: Worked perfect for my military Bose on the B737.
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Thursday, July 09, 2015
Worked perfectly
by Rags from Diberville MS USA 

Pros: Kept me from having to buy a new headset.
Cons: None
Review: It has worked just as advertised! I just plugged it in and it worked.
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Monday, January 19, 2015
It works
by Vance from Garland TX USA 

Review:
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Wednesday, January 07, 2015
Its bad
by Waris from Fort Lauderdale FL USA 

Review: It gives so much problems noise i dont recomend its
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Tuesday, October 28, 2014
The product I needed for easy headset conversion
by Tim from Jackson, OH 

Pros: works well, no issues
Cons: pricey; for some cord, audio transformer/resistors.
Review: As a full time A&P and part time pilot, I had a very reliable pair of David Clark H10-76 headsets that were basically useless to me in civilian aircraft. At times I am required to work on aircraft with either a military intercom system or a civilian system. The difference here is the microphone impedance and the plug style. This adapter allows me to easily convert my DC H10-76 without changing out the microphone. I also like to use my own headset for maintenance purposes, rather than the drool covered specimens issued from my company tool room. In ground testing, I have not noticed any unusual sounds, static or side-tones caused by this device in any intercom system as yet, and verified this by disconnecting and using other (civilian) headsets, with identical results. This impedence adapter does not work well with my Vx-150 handheld radio. It causes the sound to be muffled and distorted if plugged into my hand-held's headset adapter. This is not a significant complaint for me, because other (civilian) headsets work fine with the handheld, and my primary use for this headset is maintenance, however it was worth noting. I have not yet had a chance to test this adapter in flight in a reciprocating engine aircraft, nor have I tested it with any ANR headsets. Although it is cheaper than a new headset, at $80 bucks I still think the price is a bit steep for what it is.
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Thursday, August 21, 2014
Works as advertised
by Tom from Sierra Vista, AZ USA 

Pros: Saves $$ over buying new headsets
Cons: none
Review: I bought this adapter to verify it would actually work before we purchased 10 more of them. We have U.S. Army RC-12 (King Air 200) airplanes which use the single-prong low impedance headsets. With the acquisition of the new MC-12 (King Air 350) they are dual-prong high impedance. This adaptor works great. It is a perfect solution so we can keep our original headsets.
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Tuesday, July 01, 2014
Works exactly as advertised!!!!
by Patrick from Colorado Springs CO USA 

Pros: allows you to use a military headset in fixed wing GA aircraft.
Cons: Haven't found any yet
Review: I love this product. This allowed me to use my military head set in a civilian fixed wing setting without having to buy another headset. I've used this about 5 times now and it works great every time.
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Tuesday, June 03, 2014
Works great with military Bose headset
by Craig from Half Moon Bay CA USA 

Pros: Works great
Cons: A whole lot of cord!
Review: Works great with my military Bose headset.
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Monday, March 10, 2014
Don't buy this product
by Terry from Huntington Beach CA USA 

Pros: non
Cons: It didn't Work.
Review: After calling mypilotstore to confirm this product was compatible with my Bose X headset I purchased the adapter. Well, it doesn't work with the Bose headset. The adapter does not completely connect and I could not transmit. I recommend purchasing the completely new boom mic and high impedance connector and not bothering with this product.
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Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Esceeded my highet expecations!!!
by John Paul from Gilmer TX USA 

Pros: Able to use the coiled cord which doesn't get tangled. Can use the headsets in many different application without having to change out the microhones.
Cons: Expensive, but well worth it if you change back and forth from GA to military applcations.
Review: Used this on my two David Clark 10-76's. Transmission and reception were crystal clear. the H 10-76's worked just as well as headsets costing twice as much. Used in a twin tail Beech Bonanza.
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Monday, September 09, 2013
I think it is not supposed to add buzzing to the system
by Alan from Houston TX USA 

Pros: small and easy to install
Cons: added electrical noise to headset
Review: It is actually pretty simple but it added a buzzing to the comms for everyone that is not there when we use any other headset/adapter.

Afraid it may be not functioning as expected or I expected too much, but cannot understand other pilots or ATC with constant 60 cycle hum in my ear.
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Tuesday, June 11, 2013
It works
by Wes Mantooth from USA 

Review: I was worried that this might not work but it did great! I am using the Mil version of my Bose headsets, and the adapter makes it work civilian with no problems. A definite buy if you need to cross over.
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Sunday, April 21, 2013
by James from Lincoln NE USA 
Review: It worked great
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Wednesday, April 03, 2013
Great Product
by Art from Cheektowaga NY USA 

Review: I am using it with other headsets, including other Bose headsets and there are no problems great product
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Thursday, January 24, 2013
It simply works
by A Customer from VA USA 

Pros: it really works
Cons: expensive
Review: It works with Bose Aviation Noise Cancelling Headset X Model AHX-32-02 without any issue. The volume of audio is loud and clear.
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Wednesday, September 19, 2012
It works
by Roger from Chadron NE USA 

Review: Plugged it in and it worked.
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Wednesday, July 25, 2012
Works great
by Chase from derby KS USA 

Pros: Easy to use
Cons: Cost
Review: Worked as advertised. It was a little expensive, but a lot cheaper than buying a new headset.
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Tuesday, April 07, 2009
does the job
by samuel from cleveland TN USA 

Pros: Converts the military plag to the G/A plug and makes it work!
Cons: Makes the volume sound lower than normal
Review: This adapter really does the job for my david clark military headset. It makes the volume sound a lot lower, but if you turn the volume way up then there is no problem hearing everything.
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Tuesday, February 24, 2009
by Samuel from Cleveland, TN 
Review: This adapter made my David Clark H10-66 military headset work perfect in my Cessna 172. It made the volume a little quieter so i had to turn the volume up to the max and it still sounded a little quiet. Thats the only con to this product is that the volume seemed to be low.  It does what it says though and converts my U-174/U plug into my GA two plug.
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Monday, August 25, 2008
Works with Bose X military
by A Customer from Eagan, MN 

Pros: Works as advertised
Cons: Less control over volume, must turn volumes way up
Review: Works well converting the mil spec headset to GA. No buzzing, sound sgood. However, when actively using the "noise reduction" function, all volumes must be turned way up in order to hear. I rarely use the "noise reduction" since the GA aircraft are so much quieter than Mil air. Hope this helps!
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Previous Customer Questions For Low to High Impedance Adapter:
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On Tuesday, January 03, 2017 a customer asked:
Q:
I have a military A20 and am looking for an adapter to a Boeing and McDonald Douglas airliners. Will this work? Ive heard mixed reviews. Also, what is your return policy in case it doesn't work. Thanks
A:

Yes, this will convert your military A20 to use in civilian aircraft.  You can return it in new condition within 30 days.

The other route would be to get a new cable assembly either without Bluetooth or with Bluetooth.

On Wednesday, July 02, 2014 a customer asked:
Q:
Does this part work without issue on a Flightcom E-13 ANR low impedance headset?
A: You will need the David Clark H10-76 Conversion kit.  That should convert the Flightcom E-13 as well since it's the exact same technology as the David Clark H10-76.  Both the E-13 and the David Clark H10-76 have the M-87 microphone and the E-13 was built as a "copy-cat" of the H10-76.

On Thursday, August 09, 2012 a customer asked:
Q:
Hello. I have a military Helicopter helmet. I want to use it for civilian Helicopter use. Your low to high impediance adapter goes to a two prong civilian fixed wing. Do you have a low to high single prong or do I have to use a combination of adapters. Thanks
A:

Hey Kris! You're in luck, as we do carry the Low to High Impedance Adaptor (Helicopter)! This will convert a low impedance military headset with a single U92A jack for use in high impedance general aviation helicopters.

On Tuesday, August 31, 2010 a customer asked:
Q:
hi i have a helmet with u-174 plug.is this will fit for general aviation? and how long is it. thanks.
A: If your helmet has a low impedance connection/headset and is not the David Clark H10-76 then this will work. The adapter is 3' in length.

On Wednesday, April 02, 2008 a customer asked:
Q:
I have a military helmet with a u93a/u plug that I want to adapt to general aviation radios. What adapter do I need? Thanks roger
A: Which headset model do you have?  If you have the David Clark H10-76 you will need the David Clark H10-76 Conversion Kit.  Otherwise, you should be able to use this adapter for the conversion.

On Monday, September 10, 2007 a customer asked:
Q:
Hi. I have a mil-spec version of the Bose X headset that I'd like to use in commercial aircraft (BE-400). Will this adaptor work with the Bose X headset? Thanks.
A: We have not specifically tested this adapter with the Bose Military headset, but it should work. If not, we have a 30-day return policy.

On Wednesday, September 05, 2007 a customer asked:
Q:
Hello, why will this adapter not work with the H10-76? Would it work if I use another low impedance mic with the H10-76, or is there another reason? Many thanks, Christoph Zimmermann
A: No, this will not work for a David Clark H10-76. Instead, you will need the 1142-22 Electret Mic found here: http://www.mypilotstore.com/mypilotstore/sep/2162 and the JB-08 adapter that is linked from that page.


 

 

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