David Clark H10-26 (for helicopters)
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David Clark H10-26 Headset for Helicopters
"The Standard" among noise-attenuating headsets. Extensively
engineered, superbly crafted performer. Has all the features pilots want.
- Flex boom assembly can be adjusted for perfect microphone placement
- M-7A, the most advanced noise-canceling microphone available.
- Foam/air-flow pillow headpad automatically adjust to individual head
- Flo-Fit Gel ear seals provide the most comfortable fit
- Superior noise attenuation (NRR 24dB)
- Low-profile volume control knob with detent settings
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Monday, October 20, 2014
These work ok
by A Customer from Utah
Pros: Basic helicopter headset, gel ear cups, good with glasses
Cons: Poor adjustment, less effective to be comfortable, puke green color
Review: Got this headset in my student pilot kit, have about 25 hours on it. I can't go deep into detail because I obviously don't have experience. It works ok for what it is, but I would have hated to have paid my own money for it.
Clamp pressure is too tight, so I have to wear the set loosely on my head if I don't want a splitting headache from 2 hour flights. This does reduce the sound reduction a bit, but I wear ear plugs on the inside anyways, or else the noise reduction is insufficient even with a headache grip. I had to tape the headband, or else these will just fall back to the smallest adjustment. The gel ear cups are nice and comfortable once I got it fitting decently though, even with my glasses.
I'd say if you're looking for a first headset, then buy the Telex Heli-XT on here instead. It's actually a few dollars cheaper right now. I'm already looking at upgrading headsets in the near future, and that one is high on the list for the value it brings at a low price.
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Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Tried and True
by H from Scottsdale AZ USA
Review: Great value for money. Best passive noise reduction I've experienced in a helicopter. I own a pair of DC's for fixed wing that's pushing 30 years and still going strong.
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On Thursday, June 08, 2017 a customer asked:
How long is the warranty?
It has a 5 year warranty.
On Tuesday, August 02, 2016 a customer asked:
Can I use my David Clark H10-26 headset on a Pilatus PC-12?
The Pilatus PC-12 will have the standard dual jacks and/or a 6-pin Redel jack. In order to use the H10-26 headset you would need to get a helicopter to fixed wing adapter. It's not clear if you already have the H10-26 or are considering buying one. If you already have it, then the helicopter to fixed wing adapter will get you going. If you are considering buying one, I would suggest a different headset that doesn't require an adapter. For example, the David Clark H10-13.4 is a similar headset that will have the standard dual plugs that you can use in the PC-12.
On Monday, September 14, 2015 a customer asked:
Is it HIGH or LOW IMPEDANCE? Thank you very much.
This is a high impedance headset for general aviation. It is for civilian use and is not a military headset.
On Friday, November 30, 2012 a customer asked:
am a helicopter pilot and fly the EC145. I want to know what kind of headphones
do you recommend, especially headphones that allow you to use low and high
If you are looking for a headset that is capable of both high and low impedance, we would suggest the David Clark H10-66 headset instead. It is a unique dual impedance headset for use in civilian and military style aircraft.
On Monday, November 12, 2012 a customer asked:
What is the difference between H10-26 and h10-13h??
Both the David Clark H10-26 and H10-13H are passive helicopter headsets. While very similar, there are slight differences when comparing both side by side. The H10-13H is lighter (16.5oz) than the H10-26 (21oz), however the H10-26 has a slightly better noise reduction rating (24dB) than the H10-13H (23dB). Additional differences include the H10-26's foam air/flow pillow head pad that automatically adjusts to each individuals head contour, but the H10-13H will have more head padding, as well as the H10-13H's FAA TSOs C57 Cat. B and C58a certifications. A great way to compare headsets is by using our Headset Comparison Tool.