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PC Flight Simulator Headset Adapter
- 14 customer reviews.

PC Flight Simulator Headset Adapter

Now you can get double duty from your aviation headset by using them for Flight Simming and other computer needs!  The Audio Pilot lets you use both the microphone and headphones of your general aviation headset with any personal computer.

AudioPilot links your computer sound card to your aviation headset—and puts you in the virtual cockpit.

It's easy to use—just plug AudioPilot between your headset and the computer and take off! Immerse yourself in the experience and enjoy flight-simming the way it's meant to be.

  • Feeds computer sound into headset with high fidelity
  • Connects mic for high-quality verbal communication
  • Compact, sturdy and convenient
  • Plug & play—no software to install

AudioPilot is the perfect companion to your flight-sim setup and the perfect gift for any armchair pilot.  Uses one 9 Volt Battery (sold separate).

 

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Monday, July 09, 2012
Listening is great, talking, not so much
by Frank from Sammamish WA USA 

Pros: Good listening interface
Cons: Weak microphone interface.
Review: The audio quality through the headphones is outstanding. In fact, with the noise-cancelling cups, it blocks out almost TOO MUCH sound... you are really in a bubble with these on.

That being said, the quality of the microphone converter is pretty terrible. It fades in and out when I am using a variety of interfaces, including Skype, Google Chat, etc... I think it needs a better preamp circuit or something. Or maybe even a custom driver to adjust it.

It would also be nice to have a control for mixing the mic back into the headset, since the isolation is so great. There is a way to sort of get that to work with Win7 Sound drivers, but it also screws up the use of the computer when you disconnect the headset (you get a screechy feedback loop).
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Monday, June 18, 2012
Great product!
by Tony from Modesto CA USA 

Pros: Works as advertised.
Cons: Needs an on and off switch for the 9 volt battery.
Review: Well I read the reviews and purchased the product. It works great with my David Clark's. In order to preserve the 9volt battery just make sure you unplug the headset and the patch cords going into the PC sound card.

All this box needed was an on and off switch for the 9 volt battery and then it would be perfect. As is its still a 5 star product!
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Tuesday, January 24, 2012
by Cesare from Hofheim Hessen Germany 
Review: It's perfect!
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Saturday, September 24, 2011
Works, but room for improvement
by Jimbo from Massachusetts, USA 

Pros: Simple connectivity
Cons: Low volume , uses batteries quickly, no instructions
Review:

The adapter works with my David Clarke headset, but the volume is low and it uses batteries quickly. It came with no instructions: I discovered that unplugging the mic jack disconnects the circuit and stops the batteries from draining while not in use. The cable with the red tip is the mic in for the computer. Make certain that you select "microphone" and not "line in".

To solve the battery problem, I decided to modify the adapter by buying a few parts from Radio Shack:
- Added connector for use with an AC/DC transformer (9 volt, 1 amp)
- Added on/off toggle switch
- Added LED to show on/off status

To solve the volume problem, I ran the sound through an external amplifier before routing to the headset.


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Tuesday, August 30, 2011
mono only
by Kevin from Memphis TN USA 

Pros: none
Cons: mono only
Review: Mono only.
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Tuesday, September 01, 2009
Meh..
by Conrad from Bull Creek WA Australia 

Pros: Connects to computer easily..
Cons: Not loud enough, doesn't have speaking recog..
Review: It does entirely what as it says.. I just hope that you all have a hearing aid.. The volume is so damn low that you can barely hear what the other person/computer is saying. Unfortunate, as the headset I bought can do better (which I know as I have used in a C-152 about 8 times now :) )
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Thursday, July 30, 2009
Eats batteries
by A Customer from Berwyn IL USA 

Pros: works
Cons: needs 9v batteries and no off switch
Review: It works with my Clark's but it does go through 9v batteries if you forget to unplug it.. Otherwise it works as advertised
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Wednesday, July 08, 2009
by Manfred from Hildesheim Germany 
Review: It's what I expected.
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Wednesday, December 03, 2008
Allows you to use Pilot headset on computer.
by Malcolm from Stamford CT USA 

Review: I bought this product so I could use my David Clarke headset on my computer for phone calls and online conference room participation. Product works quite well. Volume is low however. The addition of a volume control and an ON/OFF switch would be an enhancement.
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Sunday, May 18, 2008
Could be alot better
by Kingshield from TX 

Pros: Functional
Cons: No On/Off Switch, Expensive.
Review: This product does what it advertises, but I have went through two of these in six months, due to breaking and fraying wires while changing batteries. An On/Off switch is badly needed here, and for the price I don't think it's asking much that the manufacturer include that. No other adapter if found has an on/off switch, so I assume they all have around the same quality.
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Monday, March 17, 2008
"Great Product For Flight Sim
by Jim - C172SP Pilot from Central New York 

Pros: Good Sound Quality, Plug And Play
Cons: Battery Pain To Mess With
Review: When i got this product i was excited and used it right away. Unfortunately I had to find a 9 volt battery first before i could do that. It doesn't have an on or off switch so you have to manually take out the battery to conserve it. However with my David Clark, sound quality is great.
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Friday, February 15, 2008
Works Great!
by judith from east hartford CT USA 

Pros: easy setup, quality, price
Cons: audio and mic plugs are not labeled
Review: This is a fine piece of equipment and I think that every pilot should consider it. Why, because it can also be used to test headsets when used with MS Flight Sim. Both the audio and mic portion can be checked out. This is extremely useful if there is a question of whether a headset is working or if it is the com system in the plane. I love this. It makes flight simming so much more real and fun. Also it helps me to practice my radio chatter so that I can learn ATC speak. This is a useful tool and it works. Good job and a great value!
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Tuesday, July 31, 2007
It supports Stereo AviaHeadsets!
by denn.ru from Moscow, Russian Federation 

Pros: Stereo headset support
Cons: No on/off switch
Review: When ordered H10-13S together with the device I was a little worry as there's no info about stereo headset support. Thought I'd need to crack the box and attach the 2nd channel to PC manually. When took it out of the post box and saw TWO outlets - felt really great =). So it's kinda thing every [flight] simmer MUST HAVE :) I'm still under the impression of sound & speech fidelity that aviation headset provides. Have to join the previous opinion, on/off switch absence irritates a little.
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Monday, January 29, 2007
by CB from PSL, FL 
Pros: Allows use of regular pilot headsets
Cons: No on/off switch for easy shut down.
Review: Having gotten into the Sim craze I wanted to use high quality sim equipment. I really wanted to use a regular pilot headset as well. The problem was you obviously cannot hook up pilot headsets to your PC. Well the headset adapter took care of that problem. At first when I received it I didn't understand why I had to use a 9V battery in the box, there was no information given with the adapter in regards to that. I later found out that it is to boost the system in order to hear and speak. The only problem that I have with it is that there is no on/off switch. Granted you can pull the jacks out, in case you forget - there goes another battery. Other than that it is an excellent addition to my sim accessories.
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Previous Customer Questions For PC Flight Simulator Headset Adapter:
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On Saturday, December 21, 2013 a customer asked:
Q:
does this work with the Rugged Air RA200 Headset ?
A: Yes, the PC Flight Simulator Headset Adapter is specifically made to adapt general aviation headsets (containing the standard dual PJ plugs - fixed wing) for use with your PC.

On Thursday, August 09, 2012 a customer asked:
Q:
I would like to know the length on this product.
A:

The PC Flight Simulator Headset Adapter has the following measurements: The cable with the dual 3.5mm plugs coming out from the adapter are 5 feet long. The cable with the two female jacks, which connect to the headset, are 2 feet long.

 

On Thursday, March 31, 2011 a customer asked:
Q:
Does the PC Flight Simulator Headset Adaptoer work with the David Clark H10-13S so that it preserves the stereo sound?
A: Yes, this will allow both stereo and mono operation.

On Saturday, February 27, 2010 a customer asked:
Q:
does this work for helicopter headsets?
A: No, this is for fixed wing headsets only.

On Monday, May 18, 2009 a customer asked:
Q:
I have a set of DC 10-40 phones. I would like to use them for simulation with FSX. Is the mic suitable quality for voice recognition programs?
A: We don't have any direct experience hooking up a David Clark H10-40 headset (discontinued) to Flight Simulator X with this adapter, however there is absolutely no reason why it should not work fine.  If for some reason it doesn't work, we offer a 30 day return period.

On Wednesday, April 15, 2009 a customer asked:
Q:
Does this adaptor work ok with the David Clark H10-13.4 headset?
A: Yes it will.

On Wednesday, January 23, 2008 a customer asked:
Q:
Do you have any suggestions for what to use for a David Clark H10-76 headset, for flight sim purposes?
A: The David Clark H10-76 is a single plug military headset so you would need our single to dual plug adapter and then then PC Flight Simulator Headset Adapter. However, even with these you may still have difficulties transmitting (if you intend on transmitting). You may also need a new mic for the H10-76.

On Saturday, September 22, 2007 a customer asked:
Q:
Will This Work With Helicopter Headsets?
A: No, this is for fixed wing headsets only.

On Tuesday, January 09, 2007 a customer asked:
Q:
Is the PC Flight Simulator Headset Adapter compatible with David Clark Model H10-76?
A: No, this will not work with the H10-76 Military Headset. You would need to use a civilian headset with this adapter.


 

 

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