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David Clark H10-13X ANR Headset

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David Clark H10-13X ANR Headset

David Clark H10-13X Headset

Hard wired portability, superior value in an Electronic Noise Canceling Headset. You'll hear and feel the difference immediately. When the ENC is turned ON, low frequency noise cancellation improves by an additional 12-17 dB.

  • Now with Super-Soft, Double Foam Headpad.
  • Battery Power Module - One 9 volt battery for up to 25 hours of operation.
  • "Undercut" comfort gel ear seals.
  • Exclusive, patented flex/wire boom for easy, precise microphone placement.
  • Reduced headband pressure.
  • Pilot Selectable Automatic-Shut Off Feature.
  • M-7A noise canceling electret microphone provides clear, crisp transmission.
  • Stereo compatible for use with stereo intercom and cabin entertainment systems.





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Customer Reviews For David Clark H10-13X ANR Headset:
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Wednesday, November 08, 2017
Liked the first one, so I bought this one
by Dave from Avon NY USA 

Pros: Does the job.
Cons: The little ribbon is a bit too short to allow some rechargable batteries.
Review: Have very noisy cockpit. Good ANR is a must. This does the job without breaking the bank. Been using DC headsets for over 35 years, and like the product line.

Been using my other one for 4 years, bought this one for right seater.

Alkaline, and some rechargeable batteries fit OK, but some of the higher capacity rechargeables won't fit unless the little ribbon that holds the battery cover is cut.
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Thursday, July 07, 2016
by PHILIP from Meriden CT USA 

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Tuesday, May 17, 2016
by Pierre from Rimouski QC Canada 
Review: Tres bon produit.
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Wednesday, March 30, 2016
I love the headset. Great value.
by Scott from Allen NE USA 

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Thursday, March 03, 2016
Quality Product
by Cody from Raymond MS USA 

Pros: Clear sound, ANR
Cons: The ANR can block out all kinds of sound, but in the end is worth it.
Review: As a new student in the flight program at my college the David Clark headsets were highly recommended by all experienced pilots. After spending my time using these headsets I can see why, the sound is clear and the ANR feature helps.
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Saturday, July 04, 2015
ANC and durability
by Scott from Santa Fe, NM 

Pros: Excellent cost/feature balance; if the battery dies, it's still a H10-13 passive headset; excellent noise cancellation, comfortable for long trips, better microphone position adjustment than the H10-13.4
Cons: The on/off switch inevitably gets flipped on and drains the batteries (regardless of the auto-off) The solution is simply to remove the 9V battery after use; the tail cable from the battery unit had to be coiled up (new units seem to have a coiled tail from the start)
Review: I had been training with the flight-school provided basic H10-13.4. It did the job well and I note that it holds up well to heavy use. However, it didn't have ANR. I had actual experience with the Lightspeed and Bose A10 headsets, but I kept coming back to the basic design of the H10-13.4. The H10-13X is just a H10-13.4S passive headset with ANS -- what I was looking for -- and it does a good job of further quieting the droning noises that fatigue.
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Wednesday, February 01, 2012
Very good product.
by Richard from Fairfax Station VA USA 

Pros: Met all expectations.
Cons: Cords are pretty long, but I looped them and secured them with a zip strip to customize the length to my cockpit.
Review: Met all expectations. Very comfortable - my longest flight with it so far is a 2.5 hour hop. The headpad that has a space for the button on the top of a ballcap is very nice to have. Sound suppression without the electronic quieting turned on is outstanding - turn it on, and you are in another world. I fly a DA-20 which can get pretty noisy.
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Monday, August 22, 2011
Reliable, comfortable, affordable!!
by Paul from Iowa 

Pros: Comfortable and very reliable!!
Cons: Cord is way too long! 9V batteries dont last as long as the AAs either
Review: I have tried lots of headsets from the Lightspeed Zulus to the top of the line Bose A20!! The noise cancelling quality of the DC 13X is just as good as any of the $1000 headsets out there! The comfort in my opinion is better! No soar ears after a long day in the air after wearing these!!! David Clark also stands behind their products!
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Wednesday, July 13, 2011
Great headset
by Nithin from India 

Pros: its comfortness n excellent noise cancellation
Cons: AA batteries preferable compare to 9v ones
Review: I am using this headset for last 4 years...purchased during my training days...n its awesome i use it on the ATR-72 turboprop aircraft works amazing....the noise works to its perfection....its slightly bulky to present ones in the market but its more comfortable...and would prefer to AA batteries compared to 9 volts ones...
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Thursday, January 06, 2011
as advertised
by Gilly from Palm Desert CA USA 

Review: Sturdy, comfortable, and reliable
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Thursday, July 29, 2010
Comfortable and Work Great in My Airplane

Pros: Comfortable (even on long trips), Perfect audio (both listening and speaking)
Cons: Minor issue: The cord is way too long
Review: I actually sold my Zulus to get a pair of David Clarks. I fly in an older airplane and there tends to be a lot of noise through the intercom system. The frequency response on these DCs is much smaller than the Zulus, so I no longer hear the high-pitched whine that I used to hear. In other words, these DCs performed exactly as expected. There are no "bells and whistles" with the DCs. Buy these if you want a well constructed, very comfortable headset that perform well in GA aircraft. If you want Bluetooth, music jacks, etc., then you'll probably find better choices. But for me, in my airplane, these are perfect!
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Wednesday, March 31, 2010
We keep buying them
by A Customer from Lincoln NE USA 

Pros: Durable, noise attentuation, and repair procedures.
Cons: Battery usage.
Review: We were looking for a durable headset that would stand up to the bumping and thumping that comes with being deployed to Afghanistan, Iraq and Kuwait. These headsets are up to the task. Our unit has 14 of them and we have only sent a few in for repair. They are fixed in a short period of time and return looking like they were new.
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Thursday, March 11, 2010
Classic DC
by A Customer from Moreno Valley. CA 

Pros: Its a DC.
Cons: None
Review: I just got mine back from Repairs. Works Great as always. They replaced a whole lot more than what it says on the receipt. I can tell, it's practically a new unit. And best of all, NO CHARGE. =)
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Monday, June 01, 2009
Best headset ever
by Harry from Eden Prairie MN USA 

Pros: Works very well
Cons: A little spendy but worth it
Review: I have been using a David Clark headset since 1981 and wanted to try a noise cancelling model. The H10-13X noise cancelling headset works so well that I bought a second set after a very brief period. I also sent in the older headset and David Clark essentially rebuilt it for low money. Great company. Customer service should be this good in other industries.
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Tuesday, April 21, 2009
Very comfortable
by Patrick from West Palm Beach FL USA 

Pros: Good quality, good noise reduction, comfortable.
Cons: Could be better in a helicopter. You need batteries.
Review: Very comfortable, not to heavy, good noise reduction. I use in a helicopter with the adapter bought here (DC adapter is too expensive, does the same job) and in a 737. The noise reduction could be a little bit better in the helicopter it would be perfect then. In a 737 you even cannot hear any engine noise. Its like flying your FS on the PC with mute on. Long flights are much more comfortable with this headset. If both of you in the flight deck leave the interphone switch off, the only thing you hear is silence.
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Tuesday, March 24, 2009
Good headset
by Christer from Julita . Sweden 

Pros: Comfortable
Review: I bought this headset because I've tried David Clark headset before without ANR and I like how it feels soft on my head. This one is with ANR and you can really hear the difference when turning it on. I like it and can recommend it.
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Monday, August 11, 2008

Pros: Reliability. Battery saver shuts off power when avionics are turned off or the HS is unplugged
Cons: A bit bulky. The electronic box is small but has a way of dangling in the way.
Review: I did a lot of research and thinking before purchsing the David Clark noise canceling headset. The clincher was several Bose reviewers praising the service they got from Bose when the had to send their headsets back for early repair. A flying buddy on getting his private treated himself to a set of Bose and had to send it back because of early problems. My flight instructor recommended the David Clarks highly because of their reliability. I personnally own a set of non noise canceling David Clarks and they have not gone back to DC yet. I own a pair of Bose quiet comfort headsets for airline travel and one of them had to go back to Bose. Bose service was excellent but when do you discover a problem... when you need them most.
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Monday, August 04, 2008
Tried and True - Good Old David Clark
by David from Hyannis MA USA 

Pros: Quiet, light and comfrtable. Passive attenuation is great, even when the battery goes dead! Sometimes I forget to turn on the ANC.
Cons: Occasionally one of the rubber ear muffs will fall off when I wrap the cord around the headset for storage.
Review: I bought my first David Clark headset in 1978. I have never been disappointed in the quality of the product or the support of the company. This newest H10-13X exceeded my expectations! David Clark - you've done it again! I've flown professionally for 31 years, from Twin otters to 767's and now back to Cessna 402's. This is one terrific headset!
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Wednesday, May 28, 2008
Buy Lots of Batteries
by Dean from Birmingham AL USA 

Pros: Comfortable with great sound and little external noise
Cons: Batteries die quickly and auto shut off does not seem to work
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Tuesday, May 27, 2008
The staple for headsets but not here
by Robert W from Aguila AZ USA 

Pros: It's a David Clark
Cons: Not what you want in a quality Noise Cancel Headset
Review: I don't think this headset is really designed to be a noise canceling headset. It is just a standard DC with some circuitry added. Try out several before buying. It may be that the more expensive are better.... this one time.
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Thursday, April 03, 2008
DC H10-13X Review
by Brian from Tierra Verde FL USA 

Pros: Good passive noise reduction, effective ENC. Durable.
Cons: Like all David Clark headsets, it needs Oregon Aero upgrades to be suitable for all-day use
Review: I purchased this headset for use in a Citation Ultra, to replace a DC H20-10XL. The 20-10XL couldn't be fitted with Oregon Aero ear cushions, and the Oregon Aero fabric covers kept coming off. Also, due to the type of headband used on the 20-10XL, it was a bit too tall for me to use in the Ultra. Even with the seat at its lowest position, I kept bumping into the headliner. The 10-13X doesn't have any of those problems. Plus, it has the setting to turn it off when the aircraft avionics are off, which is a real battery saver. (The later 20-10XLs may have had that feature, but mine did not.) I didn't go with the DC X11, due to the number of bad reviews. Also, I was concerned about the passive noise attenuation of the X11 in case the battery failed, a number that David Clark steadfastly refused to disclose. So I went with the tried-and-true style, and, once you put the Oregon Aero SoftTop, cushions and covers on it, it works great!
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Previous Customer Questions For David Clark H10-13X ANR Headset:
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On Friday, November 03, 2017 a customer asked:
Is this a TSO'd head set, and what does TSO stand for? Sounds refurbished?
A: Yes it is a TSO'd headset and TSO stands for Technical Standard Order (TSO) is a minimum performance standard issued by the United States Federal Aviation Administration for specified materials, parts, processes, and appliances used on civil aircraft. Articles with TSO design approval are eligible for use on the United States type certified products.

On Tuesday, December 13, 2016 a customer asked:
Is the H10-13X compatible with the David Clark helmet?
A: Yes this headset is compatible with the  K-10 Kit.

On Wednesday, June 10, 2015 a customer asked:
I am looking for the P/N for the mic cover on a H10-13X
A: That would be the David Clark Mic Cover (David Clark Part # 40062G-02).

On Friday, September 19, 2014 a customer asked:
Hi, Do you sell the battery power module for this headset? I only have the 10 pin Male connector. Or are there other options to use a different adapter (for fixed wing) Thanks
A: Yes, it sounds like you need the David Clark Coil Cord Assembly, Dual Plug 40602G-01 and David Clark Battery Pack Module - Model XL-9V.

On Wednesday, October 31, 2012 a customer asked:
I have an older H10-13X. Where do I find the enable/disable switch for the auto shut-off? Did all H10-13X have this feature?
A: The David Clark H10-13X comes with the XL-9V Battery box. The auto shut off switch is located inside the battery compartment.

On Tuesday, June 19, 2012 a customer asked:
I am training in a ecnamT which has headsets plugging into a double jack socket.Do these headsets com ewith that plug in?

Yes, the David Clark H10-13X Headset comes standard with the standard Dual-Plug/Fixed Wing set up:  PJ-055 (.25 inch / 6.35mm) and PJ-068 (.206 inch / 5.25mm) plugs that are shown here.  The picture shows the piece that goes to the battery box.

On Saturday, February 25, 2012 a customer asked:
what is the difference between the H10-13x and the 13XL?

The H10-13XL features a quick-release cord which allows you to switch from a battery pack (XL models) to a panel module (XP models) and vice versa.  The H10-13X is just a battery powered headset.

On Thursday, September 15, 2011 a customer asked:
Have the H10-13x headset. Need the gel ear seals - do they come in a larger size than the original with the headset? If so what should I order? Thanks.
A: They only come in one size (the same as the original), but you can find the replacement ear seals here: David Clark Flo-Fit Gel Ear Seals.

On Friday, January 14, 2011 a customer asked:
Normally how long is the battery life of this?
A: One 9 volt battery provide up to 25 hours of operation.

On Friday, November 05, 2010 a customer asked:
Will the headset turn off automatically on the h10-13x,and what is that small enable and disable switch for?
A: Yes, the H10-13X has a pilot selectable automatic shut-off feature.  If you enable this feature it will automatically turn the headset off after a period of inactivity to save the batteries.  If you disable this feature, it will always remain on unless manually turned off. 

On Monday, May 17, 2010 a customer asked:
if I plug the H10-13X into a mono jack will the sound come from both headset speakers? Is there a mono/stereo switch in the NAR unit?
A: Yes, you can toggle between Stereo/Mono to make sure that audio comes out of both sides.

On Monday, November 30, 2009 a customer asked:
do the headsets come with a headset bag
A: No it does not. We do have headset bags available for separate purchase.

On Monday, September 10, 2007 a customer asked:
Does your headset come with the cord?
A: Yes, this headset comes with the cord.



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