Q: Does this product (David Clark H10-13S Stereo Headset) come with the cable?
A: Yes, this headset has the cable with that terminates in the standard dual plugs for airplanes.
Q: Do the straight cord and dual plugs come with headset at no extra charge?
A: Yes! The headset will come with a cable and dual plug installed on the headset.
Q: Can the H10-13.4 be used on a civilian airplanes?
A: Yes, the H10-13.4 / H10-13S are intended to be used in civilian fixed wing airplanes.
Q: Is the H10-13S have Bluetooth capability without additional purchases?
A: No, it does not come with Bluetooth, you would have to purchase something like the BluLink adapter to get Bluetooth on this headset.
Q: Does the David Clark H10-13S Stereo Headset have the 3.5mm AUX jack?
A: No, that headset does not have any way to plug in an AUX item/cable.
Q: Does this headset have the cables required for hook-up to the aircraft radio and intercom system or are those extra? Those David Clark H10-13s Headset you sell - are they new or used, or brand new?
A: Yes, this includes the cable assembly with the standard dual plugs to plug into the intercom system. These are brand new, factory direct, with a full five year warranty.
Q: I will be using the H10-13S in my Experimental Sonerai with a H/held Icom A22. The Sonerai is the noisiest aircraft around and I have Bosch auto-ignition. I've read pretty good reports on this headset with Sonerais. Any infomation on this? Thanks
A: Generally speaking, this headset does perform very well in loud cockpits. If you are experiencing noise with the microphone, you can add the Leather Mic Muff for adding noise reduction.
Q: It the headset battery powered?
A: No, no batteries are used with this headset.
Q: In terms of features, how does this model differ to the DC H10-60?
A: Unless you fly both airplanes and helicopters, I would recommend the H10-13S over the H10-60. The H10-60 has a unique feature that allows you to switch the cable assembly from the dual plugs for airplanes to a single plug for helicopter. Otherwise, it is slightly more expensive and heavier than the H10-13S. If you just fly airplanes, save the money and the weight and go with this headset instead! I also think you will prefer the all flex boom on the H10-13S versus the wire/flex boom combo found on the H10-60.
Q: You need to point out that most aircraft radio systems are mono. The stereo headset has a mono/stereo switch on the cord. If the headset is in stereo mode and used on a mono radio, you will ONLY hear in one earcup. You have to be sure to put the switch to "mono" to hear the radio in both earcups. The Stereo is of no value unless the plane is wired for stereo.
A: Yes, you are correct. Stereo separation in any headset will only be used when connected to a stereo music source. The H10-13S can provide stereo music separation when connected to a stereo music source (i.e. in panel CD, XM Radio, iPod, Smartphone, etc.) and also provides the benefit of dual volume controls instead of a single volume control on the David Clark H10-13.4.
Q: Do I need seperate adoptor to convert the d/c aviation headset to the pc simulator usage? Or is it in built? If it is not build in what's the difference b/w d/c h10-13 and stero version
A: To use this on a PC, you would need the PC Flight Simulator Headset Adapter. The difference between the H10-13.4 and the H10-13S is that the H10-13S headset has dual volume controls (instead of a single volume control) and it has the ability to separate stereo music when connected to a stereo music source (i.e. stereo intercom system). If you are looking for a headset that is only used for Flight Simulators, you could look at the David Clark Computer Compatible Headset.
Q: Where can I get an adapter which I could then jack into a desktop/laptop computer or CD player and use as a stereo headset w/mic? Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Q: will these plug into an iPod?
A: This headset does not come with an MP3 player connection. You can use a separate adapter that we have available to connect to your iPod however.
Q: Does it have a switch or adapter to use it in non-stereo mode?
A: Yes, there is a stereo-mono switch. Unless you are connected to a stereo source (i.e. CD/MP3 player or Satellite radio), the headset should always be in the mono mode.
Q: Does H10-13S have "Super-Soft, Double Foam Head Pad" or just "Super-Soft Head Pad"? And does it include "Comfort Gel, Undercut Ear Seal"?
A: Yes, the H10-13S includes the Super-Soft, Double Foam Head Pad and the Comfort Gel, Undercut Ear Seals.
Q: What does stereo version mean. This is a gift for my fiance i would like the best head set you all recommend
A: The stereo version is the exact same as the regular David Clark H10-13.4 mono version in most cases. The ONLY time there will be any difference is when you are connected to a stereo music source (such as a CD or XM Radio) and then it will provide stereo music separation in each ear. For communication within the cockpit or to ATC (Air Traffic Control) there is no difference at all.