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Telex Airman 750 Lightweight Headset

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The Airman 750 weighs under four ounces, but it's no lightweight when it comes to performance. A miniature, amplified noise canceling electret mic provides superior 400 Hz hum rejection. Flexible boom pivots to either side of the head. Stainless steel headband has overhead cord, and dual dynamic receivers include replaceable cushions that gently hug each ear. The Airman 750 is approved for aircraft use under Federal Aviation Agency TSO C57a and C58a; the Airman 76O, under TSO C57a. 

Headphones
Both units feature open-air style earphones for long-term, fatigue-free usage. The earphone housings are mounted on stainless steel sliders which permit over two inches (51 mm) of fitting adjustment. The ear cushions are removable for easy field replacement. 

Microphone 
The Airman 750 Headset features a miniature, amplified, noise-canceling electret microphone that provides superior 400 Hz hum rejection. The microphone boom is flexible for optimum microphone placement, and it is reversible for wearing on either side of the head. For best results, the microphone should be positioned as close to the mouth as possible. A position at one side of the mouth is best to minimize popping, hissing and breathing sounds when speaking. 

The microphone amplifier is contained in the boom-side earphone housing. The amplifier has an adjustable gain control and provides output levels equivalent to carbon microphone levels. (Adjustment by a qualified avionics technician is recommended.) 

Weight:  4 oz. (115 g)
Connectors:  Standard dual plugs (PJ-55 / PJ-068).  Also available as an Telex 750 for Airbus with XLR5 connector.

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Telex Airman 750 Lightweight Headset

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Telex Airman 750 Lightweight Headset Overview:

The Airman 750 weighs under four ounces, but it's no lightweight when it comes to performance. A miniature, amplified noise canceling electret mic provides superior 400 Hz hum rejection. Flexible boom pivots to either side of the head. Stainless steel headband has overhead cord, and dual dynamic receivers include replaceable cushions that gently hug each ear. The Airman 750 is approved for aircraft use under Federal Aviation Agency TSO C57a and C58a; the Airman 76O, under TSO C57a. 

Headphones
Both units feature open-air style earphones for long-term, fatigue-free usage. The earphone housings are mounted on stainless steel sliders which permit over two inches (51 mm) of fitting adjustment. The ear cushions are removable for easy field replacement. 

Microphone 
The Airman 750 Headset features a miniature, amplified, noise-canceling electret microphone that provides superior 400 Hz hum rejection. The microphone boom is flexible for optimum microphone placement, and it is reversible for wearing on either side of the head. For best results, the microphone should be positioned as close to the mouth as possible. A position at one side of the mouth is best to minimize popping, hissing and breathing sounds when speaking. 

The microphone amplifier is contained in the boom-side earphone housing. The amplifier has an adjustable gain control and provides output levels equivalent to carbon microphone levels. (Adjustment by a qualified avionics technician is recommended.) 

Weight:  4 oz. (115 g)
Connectors:  Standard dual plugs (PJ-55 / PJ-068).  Also available as an Telex 750 for Airbus with XLR5 connector.

 

13 CUSTOMER REVIEWS

  • Telex Airman 750 Lightweight Headset

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Old faithful

  • By PedroPat from Pacifica CA USA on Wednesday, May 31, 2017
  • Pros: Light weight, reliable
  • Review: I used this headset for many years on the 737 and Airbus. Now that I'm in the corporate world our aircraft are equipped Bose headsets. They are nice but are to heavy and restrictive for longer flights since we don't use the speakers.

    Nothing against Bose, I use them in my own airplane. On the job I prefer the Telex.

Great product. value for money

  • By Robert from Palmerston North Manawatu New Zealand on Tuesday, October 13, 2015
  • Pros: light weight, Value for money
  • Review: Great for use in glider. Able to hear ambient noises well and radio broadcasts very easily. Light weight and comfortable

Perfect for what we use them for.

  • By Heartland Aviation from Eau Claire WI USA on Tuesday, May 15, 2012
  • Pros: Light weight and comfortable.
  • Review: We use the Airman 750 in our Citation Jets and they work perfect. They are light weight and comfortable.

Best headset I've ever used

  • By John Webb from Willis, VA on Saturday, January 07, 2012
  • Pros: Lightweight, comfortable, top quality electronics, durable, affordable.
  • Review: I bought my Airman 750 almost 29 years ago and it is still going strong. I have an ANR headset for noisy cockpits, but I opt to use the Airman 750 in noise up to the level of a 172 w/ Continental engine, just because it is so lightweight, comfortable, and stays where you put it. Some reviews say they have trouble hearing enough, but if the audio system in the airplane is operating and adjusted properly, you shouldn't have any problems except in the noisiest cockpits. The noise cancelling electret mic can't be beat. No muff needed. I built an interface to also use mine with my amateur radios and get reports of "studio quality" audio, and the excellent specs on the phones allow me to hear and understand the weakest stations that would normally be missed with other headphones or speakers.

Very nice headset and lightweight.

  • By Aristides from Carolina Puerto Rico USA on Tuesday, August 30, 2011
  • Pros: Lightweight, not very expensive.
  • Review: What I like most is that it is lightweight and comfortable.

  • By SKYSPY from Bynum TX USA on Monday, April 11, 2011
  • Pros: Good fit
  • Review: It met expectations!

Had to sacrifice noise reduction for comfort

  • By Robert from Grand Junction, CO USA on Sunday, February 07, 2010
  • Pros: Comfortable and light-weight
  • Review: I bought the Telex Airman Headset for my wife, who is not able to stand the heavier headsets for long distance flights. The Telex Airman 750's are definitely light and comfortable, but due to the nature of the design had to sacrifice comfort for noise reduction. Also, my wife did find at times that it was difficult to hear the radio clearly.

Old faithful

  • By PedroPat from Pacifica CA USA on Wednesday, May 31, 2017
  • Pros: Light weight, reliable
  • Cons: No storage case or bag.
  • Review: I used this headset for many years on the 737 and Airbus. Now that I'm in the corporate world our aircraft are equipped Bose headsets. They are nice but are to heavy and restrictive for longer flights since we don't use the speakers.

    Nothing against Bose, I use them in my own airplane. On the job I prefer the Telex.
  • Was this review helpful to you? Yes No 2 Other people found this review helpful.

Great product. value for money

  • By Robert from Palmerston North Manawatu New Zealand on Tuesday, October 13, 2015
  • Pros: light weight, Value for money
  • Cons: Durability is yet to be proven, but seems well made no noise cancelling for powered applications
  • Review: Great for use in glider. Able to hear ambient noises well and radio broadcasts very easily. Light weight and comfortable
  • Was this review helpful to you? Yes No 1 Other people found this review helpful.

Perfect for what we use them for.

  • By Heartland Aviation from Eau Claire WI USA on Tuesday, May 15, 2012
  • Pros: Light weight and comfortable.
  • Cons: They are not designed for noise reduction.
  • Review: We use the Airman 750 in our Citation Jets and they work perfect. They are light weight and comfortable.
  • Was this review helpful to you? Yes No 2 Other people found this review helpful.

Best headset I've ever used

  • By John Webb from Willis, VA on Saturday, January 07, 2012
  • Pros: Lightweight, comfortable, top quality electronics, durable, affordable.
  • Cons: None, unless you're in the noisiest of cockpits.
  • Review: I bought my Airman 750 almost 29 years ago and it is still going strong. I have an ANR headset for noisy cockpits, but I opt to use the Airman 750 in noise up to the level of a 172 w/ Continental engine, just because it is so lightweight, comfortable, and stays where you put it. Some reviews say they have trouble hearing enough, but if the audio system in the airplane is operating and adjusted properly, you shouldn't have any problems except in the noisiest cockpits. The noise cancelling electret mic can't be beat. No muff needed. I built an interface to also use mine with my amateur radios and get reports of "studio quality" audio, and the excellent specs on the phones allow me to hear and understand the weakest stations that would normally be missed with other headphones or speakers.
  • Was this review helpful to you? Yes No 7 Other people found this review helpful.

Very nice headset and lightweight.

  • By Aristides from Carolina Puerto Rico USA on Tuesday, August 30, 2011
  • Pros: Lightweight, not very expensive.
  • Cons: None, so far.
  • Review: What I like most is that it is lightweight and comfortable.
  • Was this review helpful to you? Yes No 3 Other people found this review helpful.

  • By SKYSPY from Bynum TX USA on Monday, April 11, 2011
  • Pros: Good fit
  • Cons: Not noise cancelling
  • Review: It met expectations!
  • Was this review helpful to you? Yes No 3 Other people found this review helpful.

Had to sacrifice noise reduction for comfort

  • By Robert from Grand Junction, CO USA on Sunday, February 07, 2010
  • Pros: Comfortable and light-weight
  • Cons: Does not cancel out background noise, difficult to hear radio.
  • Review: I bought the Telex Airman Headset for my wife, who is not able to stand the heavier headsets for long distance flights. The Telex Airman 750's are definitely light and comfortable, but due to the nature of the design had to sacrifice comfort for noise reduction. Also, my wife did find at times that it was difficult to hear the radio clearly.
  • Was this review helpful to you? Yes No 5 Other people found this review helpful.

7 QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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  • Monday, August 21, 2017

    Q: Can you please let me know if on the Telex Airman 750 headset has a warranty or can you repair them?

    A: Telex offers a 3 year warranty. Please contact them at 800-898-6723. 

  • Wednesday, August 31, 2016

    Q: Does headset come with case?

    A: These headsets do not come with a bag or carrying case.

  • Thursday, February 18, 2016

    Q: Hello does it has noise cancellation for the microphone only or in the ear cushion as well? 

    A: Only the mic has noise cancelling on this headset. The Telex 850 does have ANR is the ear cups. 

  • Monday, September 07, 2015

    Q: Does the Airman 750 come with plug push to talk?

    A: No, the Telex 750 does not come with a push to talk.  It will come with the two standard GA dual plugs.

  • Thursday, June 18, 2009

    Q: I need headset having combined jack for our A319 single jack and A320 double jack.

    A: You can get the Airbus adapter to convert this headset to be used in your A319.

  • Sunday, June 15, 2008

    Q: Would you recommend this for flying a trainer helicopter like an R-22?

    A: No, this would not be an appropriate headset for you.  This headset is for fixed wing aircraft and is primarily intended for quite cockpits (i.e. large commercial jets).  For use in the R-22 you would want to choose something from this selection here.  Something like the Sennheiser HME120 or the David Clark H10-13H would be great passive headsets.  If you want to get a active noise reduction (ANR) headset to make it more quite, consider something like the LightSPEED 15XLc or the Denali ANR.

  • Thursday, June 05, 2008

    Q: can i use this with A320? thanks

    A: What type of headset connection do you have in the A320?  If you have the standard dual aviation plugs (PJ-055 and PJ-068), then yes it would work fine.  Otherwise, you would also need to get the Fixed Wing Headset to Airbus Adapter.

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