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David Clark H10-76 Military Headset
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David Clark H10-76 Military Headset

The most popular Military and ground support headset.

  • Gel-filled Ear Seals for Improved Comfort
  • Low Impedance
  • Most popular noise attenuating headset ever produced for use with military radios.
  • Standard headset of the U.S. Air Force, NATO and most airborne command centers.
  • AWAC's, under command of NATO and the United States, use the H10-76 both in the cockpit and the communication operations.
  • Headset of choice of M.A.T.S. pilots.
  • Also used in ground support operations.
     

 

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Customer Reviews For David Clark H10-76 Military Headset:
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Thursday, July 07, 2011
by Michael from Anchorage AK USA 
Pros: Reliability and ease of use. Ready right out the box.
Review: This product completely met my expectations.
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Monday, February 14, 2011
Great! Exceeded My Expectations
by Clay from Afghanistan 

Pros: Great Quality, Parts Available, Good Price.
Cons: Louder Aircraft, Longer Missions -- you may want a higher-dollar headset.
Review: If you're looking for a basic headset for relatively short missions and want a reasonable price, this is it!
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Tuesday, July 13, 2010
Great for Tanker Crew Chiefs
by Gambit135 from Okinawa Japan 

Pros: Comfortable, Efficient
Cons: none
Review: Never had any problems with noise, transmitions or breakage. Very reliable and durable headset. Highly recommended to all military personnel that need a headset....
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Monday, October 26, 2009
Great for US Mil Helicopters - You knew it already!
by Thad from APO AE USA 

Pros: Comfort, sound, usefulness in this noisy environment
Cons: The boom mic could be more flexible at the mic, like our helmets
Review: I know I'm rehacking things that have already been said, but this headset works great in US Mil helicopters. I haven't tried it in a fixed wing aircraft with the adaptor, so that one is up to you to figure out. Shipping time was minimal as well, so that was a plus!
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Monday, June 08, 2009
Best Headset I've Had
by Tom from Sylmar CA USA 

Pros: Reliable, Rugged, WORKS!
Cons: Mic Boom Should Be More Articulate
Review: I have used this headset in multiple helicopter types over the last few years without any problems. The headset is comfortable and reliable. Highly recommended.
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Saturday, April 11, 2009
tax money hard at work
by F-16 maintainer from ROK 

Pros: comfortable, durable
Cons: background noise in the mic
Review: Great headset I love it, its amazing that they charge $502 if its ordered through government supply chains. I guess it goes to show companies all want a piece of the tax pie.
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Wednesday, September 12, 2007
One set per acft
by A Customer from U.S. Army worldwide 

Pros: Light wieght, sound cancelling, good communication.
Cons: the mic boom is a bit weak, don't leave laying around
Review: I'm a CH-47D flight engineer for the army. My helicopter and all the helicopters in my unit have one set assigned to it. We use this for all ground maint. requiring the use of our APU. In the desert they worked very well, and are great when its a 130+ degrees on the flight line. I liked them so well I bought my own set! Purely awesome
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Thursday, July 13, 2006
by A Customer from California 
Review: I use this product everyday. I am in the aviation end of the Navy. We share headsets, so they can take quite a beating. The only problem we encounter is the PTT cords that go from the headset to the radio are always getting broken.
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On Saturday, July 09, 2011 a customer asked:
Q:
do you make a military to civillian helicopter conversion for this headset?
A: Yes, we have a David Clark H10-76 Conversion Kit  that will convert the H10-76 for use in a civilian fixed wing aircraft.

On Tuesday, April 12, 2011 a customer asked:
Q:
is the same david clark H10-76 head set with david clark under part number 12510G-21 ?
A: Yes, this is David Clark part #12510G-21 model H10-76.

On Saturday, April 02, 2011 a customer asked:
Q:
Which one is better in sound protection for use in civilian GA, H10-76 with conversion kit or H10-13.4 ?
A: The David Clark H10-13.4 is definitely the way to go if you are flying a civilian aircraft.

On Thursday, March 31, 2011 a customer asked:
Q:
Here is a doozy. I need to use one of these for some work in Afghanistan but when I get back to civilian life I am wondering if it is possible to convert it to work with regular 1/8 earphone plugs for computers/ipods, etc.
A: No problem at all.  If you just want to use it with computers/MP3 players, you would need the CD / MP3 Player Headset Adapter - Helicopters.  If you want to use it in civilian fixed wing aircraft, you would need the David Clark H10-76 Conversion Kit.   And, if you are converting to use in civilian aircraft and want to plug into a MP3 player, you would want the CD / MP3 Player Headset Adapter - Fixed Wing to use after getting the David Clark H10-76 Conversion Kit.

On Thursday, January 13, 2011 a customer asked:
Q:
I have a military headset, how can you tell the difference between a h10-76 and an h10-76XL? I am looking for a conversion kit to use in civilian aircraft and noticed some can not be used on the XL, thanks!
A: The difference between the two is that the XL is the ANR (Active Noise Reduction) model.   You can use our David Clark H10-76 Conversion Kit with both the H10-76 and the H10-76XL.

On Tuesday, January 05, 2010 a customer asked:
Q:
I have H10-76, and need to convert it to civilians helicopters. Does exist a kit with an electret mic and single U-174 plug (high impedance for civilian choppers)?
A: Absolutely! We carry an H10-76 Conversion Kit which contains an 1142-22 Electret Mic and a JB-08 Helicopter to Fixed Wing Adapter.

On Monday, October 26, 2009 a customer asked:
Q:
I have a H10-76 with a M-4 electret mic. Will I just need the adapter to convert from the single U-174/U plug to a two plug system (PJ-068 and PJ-055B) to be able to use this in civilian aircraft?
A: To convert your H10-76 to use in civilian fixed wing aircraft, you will need the David Clark H10-76 Conversion Kit which includes both the plug adapter and a new microphone.

On Monday, January 19, 2009 a customer asked:
Q:
Is the conversion kit for the H10-76XL to GA easy to install (mic) or does it require a visit to the shop?
A: It is very easy to install.  You will just need a very small screwdriver (like found in an eyeglass repair kit).  It's just two small screws and you're done.

On Sunday, November 09, 2008 a customer asked:
Q:
Can I use this headset in a R22 Helicopter?
A: This is a military headset and should not be used purchased for use in civilian helicopters.  You would instead want to choose one of the Helicopter Headsets found here.

On Sunday, October 12, 2008 a customer asked:
Q:
can i use the h10-76 for civil aviation like cesna and can i find adapter if not? thanks a lot regards
A: This headset can be used in civilian fixed wing aircraft, however the microphone would need to be switched and the cord itself must be converted. We do offer a Conversion Kit for this purpose.

On Friday, September 21, 2007 a customer asked:
Q:
I know these are not for civilian use, but what modifications would I need to do to make this specific headset work? I work for a military contracted company that absolutely needs this H10-76 headset to work for civilian use.
A: You would need a Helicopter to Standard General Aviation Adapter and 1142-22 Electret Mic. Both of which can be purchased together as a kit -- the address is: http://www.mypilotstore.com/mypilotstore/sep/5286

On Saturday, September 15, 2007 a customer asked:
Q:
will this headsets work on normal airplanes like i piper warrior or other airplanes like those?
A: No, this is a military headset.

On Friday, September 07, 2007 a customer asked:
Q:
RE: H10-76. I am looking for something to replace my lost 10-40s. The 10-76 seems most like what I had. Is it practical to have the modifications done (for civilian use)?
A: If you are using the headset for civilian use, I would recommend something like the H10-13.4 instead of the H10-76. This headset is really intended for military applications only. David Clark H10-13.4 Headset

On Tuesday, August 28, 2007 a customer asked:
Q:
Dose this headset need batteries Dose it have volume control
A: There are no batteries needed for this military headset. It does have a single volume control. Please be aware that this headset will not work in a civilian aircraft without modifications.


 

 

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