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Telex Airman 850 Lightweight ANR Headset


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Telex Airman 850 Lightweight ANR Headset

THE ONLY ULTRA-LIGHTWEIGHT ACTIVE NOISE REDUCTION HEADSET WITHOUT BATTERIES!

Telex Communications, the innovative leader in commercial aviation headsets, brings you the Telex Airman ANR 850. Telex expanded on the design of the world's most popular lightweight aviation headset, the Telex Airman 750, to take comfort, clarity and convenience to the next level. By drastically reducing wind noise in jet cockpits, the Airman ANR 850 helps to reduce fatigue, and protect hearing with a comfortable, battery-free, lightweight headset. FAA TSO Approved.

Eliminating the battery pack and focusing on your comfort, the Telex Airman ANR 850 headset also features innovative noise reduction technology.

  • No batteries to remember, no heavy pack to wear or stow
  • Specifically targets wind noise, dramatically reducing fatigue and damage to hearing
  • Active Noise Reduction technology ensures the clearest in-flight communications
  • Ultra-lightweight headset (less than 4 oz.) with new pillow-like ear cushions leads to a comfortable flight
  • FAA TSO approved

SPECIFICATIONS
Airman ANR 850 provides 12dB of active noise reduction targeting higher frequency wind noise found in the cockpit.

Receivers

  • Frequency response: 350-15000 Hz
  • Volume setting: 90dB (low) 110dB (high)
  • Impedance: 150 ohms

Microphone

  • Element type: noise canceling electret
  • Frequency response: 300-500 Hz
  • Sensitivity: -51 +/-3dB
  • Operating voltage: 8-16 VDC

Power Requirements

  • ANR: Powered from the microphone bias

Connectors and Cords

  • Headset cord: 6' (1.8m) Straight cord
  • Headphone connector: PJ-055 equivalent plug  Microphone connector:  PJ-068 equivalent plug
  • Also available with an XLR5 connector as the Telex 850 for Airbus

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List Price: $545.00
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Customer Reviews For Telex Airman 850 Lightweight ANR Headset:
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Monday, March 27, 2017
Glad I bought this
by Mark from Parker CO USA 

Pros: Light weight- noise reduction using the airplane power as a power source- no additional control box to mess with.
Cons: Still smashes on your ears after an hour or two.
Review: Exceeded my expectations. Maybe the least cost headset of the possible professional headsets but worth more if simplicity, light weight and less hassle is important to you.
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Saturday, February 18, 2017
Works great with good sound clarity. Compact.
by Steven from Swannanoa NC USA 

Pros: Lightweight, no batteries needed, good for wearing glasses
Cons: None
Review: Lightweight, good ANR function, good sound clarity, no batteries needed, comfortable even when used as single earpiece headset.
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Tuesday, November 01, 2016
I would buy again
by A Customer from Satellite Beach FL USA 

Review: Very compact for airline flying
Longer flights i can feel some pressure on ears but overall better than other headsets
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Wednesday, August 17, 2016
Do not buy for long flight
by Totof from KSAT 

Pros: Good for doing the job and lightweight with no need of batteries
Cons: Not comfortable
Review: Good product for short flights! Standard on all Gulfstream!
However it hurts after outlet hours from the thin headband pressing on your head, specially if your hair is thinning!
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Wednesday, May 18, 2016
Good product
by Colt from DFW 

Pros: Can change glasses without moving headset.
Cons: None yet.
Review: Works good in daily regional jet use, typically have them on over 5 hours a work day. I wear glasses for near vision only, easy to get glasses on/off without having to move headset. Compact storage fits in suitcase or pilot bag.
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Tuesday, May 17, 2016
Great headset!
by Kevin from Draper UT USA 

Pros: Great audio performance, lightweight, quiet.
Cons: Plastic ear cup connection to headband can break easily.
Review: The Telex Airman 850 Lightweight ANR is an awesome headset! I bought this second one because of the superior performance of the first one that I had for 10 years. This second headset is also performing spectacularly and I hope to be using it for 10 years!
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Wednesday, October 14, 2015
Not recommended.
by William from Gilbert AZ USA 

Pros: Light weight
Cons: Noise reduction basically not hsppening.
Review: As a regular headset it works great. Noise reduction is minimal at best.
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Thursday, July 23, 2015
Works perfectly, no battery pack needed....
by Bryan from Boston Logan 

Pros: No battery pack and no batteries needed.
Cons: none
Review: Guys,the first 12DBs of noise reduction are everything. Sure, there are other headsets out there with a battery pack that have a little more noise reduction, but for a jet like a 737, this is perfect. The headset steals a little power from the mic bias to power the DNR. I've used one for many years and it works perfectly. I wouldn't use another headset with a battery pack, if you gave it to me.
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Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Light, excelent headset!
by maercin from Warsaw, Poland 

Review: Compering to Telex 750 I used before, Telex 850 has better quality, clear sound and nice boom while being light as 750. Perfect when both pilots have them using I/C mode in B737.
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Wednesday, February 11, 2015
Marginal product
by A Customer from Saint Joseph MO USA 

Pros: Lite and comfortable
Cons: Seems too flimsy. Not much noise reduction
Review: Not very substantial for the price. I was hoping it would cancel more noise. Some times on the MD80 it is as quite with the headest off.
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Thursday, September 04, 2014
Don't expect great audio clarity.
by Scott J from North Hampton NH USA 

Pros: Lightweight. Powered by ship, so no batteries to change.
Cons: Audio quality marginal. Needs a small pad, especially for bald heads to be comfortable.
Review: Decent light weight headset. It's weakness is it's lack of crisp clear audio. I fly several different 737NG models, all of them loud. The noise canceling feature is barely adequate. I didn't want to lug around a larger heavier headset so the 850 works well there. I cannot find a pad for the head band which would make a huge difference in comfort.
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Thursday, July 10, 2014
I would buy/recommend this product again
by A Customer from Arlington TX USA 

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Friday, April 04, 2014
Excellent
by A Customer from  

Pros: No battery's for the ANR! + hassle free sunglass wearing.
Cons: Mic failed after a couple of years. Had it repaired with no problems since. Uncomfortable on the top of your head after a while.
Review: I've used this headset for 5 years on the 737-800 and still love it. The ANR is excellent in my view. My volume controls are set at the same level or lower than the more expensive ANR brands. You can wear your sunglasses comfortably too without them being squashed to the side of your head like most other brands.
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Friday, April 04, 2014
Works very well
by Keith from Cedar Rapids IA USA 

Pros: light comfortable anr and price
Cons: Can sound muffled at times
Review: Love this lightweight headset with great ANR.
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Thursday, February 13, 2014
by A Customer from Colleyville TX USA 
Review: as advertised - no problems
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Tuesday, January 07, 2014
It works for me
by Steven from Virginia Beach VA USA 

Pros: Light weight
Cons: None
Review: 737 pilot. This noise cancelling headset works well enough to block out the wind noise of the 737. No batteries required.
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Thursday, November 28, 2013
Very Pleased
by A Customer from Monument CO USA 

Pros: Lightweight with clear audio
Cons: Headband is uncomfortable after a few hours - needs more padding.
Review: Lightweight and comfortable.
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Monday, August 12, 2013
Telex 850 not parallel
by A Customer from JAMAICA NY USA 

Review: Hi everyone, Ý am normally using the Sennheiser HMEC-26-BV-K but after long time in flight my head having pressure so then I tried the Telex Airman 850. My first headset was the Telex Airman 750 and it is good but very standard.  But the main thing is, I thought that the Telex 850 is the same parallel style with Telex 750 but they are not, once you put the 850 onto your head your ears feel the pressure, the earside of the headset should parallel to your ears and this needs a little bit tool thing.  Telex 850 has also great active noise and absolutely worth it .
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Tuesday, July 16, 2013
I like it
by Dennis from Monrovia CA USA 

Pros: Plenty
Cons: None
Review:
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Friday, December 07, 2012
Horrible performance
by A Customer from O Fallon IL USA 

Pros: Lighweight
Cons: Does not work. See review
Review: I purchased the Telex 850 specifically for use in the CRJ-700. The headset has a constant noise in both ears. The noise propagates to the other crewmembers when using the intercom. You must use max volume to hear ATC. Others have used foam earplugs underneath the headset as a work around. So far Telex has not responded to me.
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Monday, October 29, 2012
i will buy this product again in the near future
by AEROREY from BROWNSVILLE TX USA 

Review: Exelent product very helpful for pilots
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Friday, March 23, 2012
Just well enaugh
by Matt from Boston MA USA 

Pros: Light weight.
Cons: Not as comfortable as expected.
Review: Worth for money. Just middle-range headset. Not bad as well as not very good. If you ready to spend more stop with more expensive headset.
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Thursday, December 15, 2011
I like it
by Ed from Macungie PA USA 

Pros: Good NR. Comfortable.
Cons: None
Review: I fly the 737-800 and when I read the reviews that stated you needed to power the Noise Reduction by using the hot mike switch or holding the interphone in the "on" position with a rubber band I thought this may not be the headset for me. I bought it anyway to see how it would simply block some of the noise with the ear cups. When I plugged them in to the aircraft I was pleasantly surprised to discover the noise reduction works normally with the headset plugged in. Their is an on/off switch and with it in off there is a big difference in what you hear. I would estimate that with the system on, there is about a 15 to 20 db reduction in noise. They are very clear in reception and are quite comfortable in long range cruise. I usually take them off and put in 25db musician's earplugs and use the aircraft speaker on transcons just because it is overall more comfortable. I like this headset and would recommend it.
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Tuesday, October 04, 2011
by SUMIN SUNG from SEOUL 
Review: It's very awesome.  Good.
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Wednesday, August 10, 2011
very light and solid headset
by SU MIN from LOS ANGELES CA USA 

Review: I 'm looking for this headset ... Very light for using long time.. And also good to have ANR function.. First.I suppose to buy Bose QC3..  But I am satisfied in my 850..it is enough.
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Thursday, July 28, 2011
Good product for the price
by A Customer from ORD 

Pros: Good product for the price. No batteries for the ANR.
Cons: Wish it had a little cushion on top.
Review: It works nicely in the CRJ700. Nice not to have to worry about batteries for the ANR. Wish it had even a little cushion ontop. After a long day, it hurts my head where the top bar rests. Otherwise, a great headset for the price.
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Tuesday, December 14, 2010
Telex 850
by Steve from Germantown TN USA 

Pros: Light, Compact,
Review: Makes my ears swore after wearing for several hours. Second time using it the volume got stuck on loud. Maybe a little overpriced.
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Wednesday, October 20, 2010
Excellent choice
by Don from Corpus Christi TX USA 

Pros: It's all good.
Review: This one is just about perfect, the fit and feel on your head is great, and the sound quality is superb. I like everything about it.
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Friday, September 24, 2010
Much better than what I had, but NOT what I hoped for
by Wayne from Pasadena MD USA 

Pros: Love the light-weight and low profile, very comfy
Cons: needs variable volume control
Review: I fly the EMB145, and the company issued D-Clark's are equipped with a volume control. I miss that feature because in the EMB, the intercom system can be configured to allow the aircraft audio alerts to be quieter. This is accomplished by turning the headset volume down, and then increasing the rest of the intercom channels. With my new headset, I am FORCED to wear earplugs to accomplish this same configuration, however, the earplugs take away from the clearity of the incoming radio calls from ATC and from my FO. I find myself often looking at my FO for clarification on certian clearances.
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Wednesday, July 07, 2010
A must buy for any professional aviator
by jeremy from surprise AZ USA 

Pros: excellent noise cancelling, great for any jet aviator
Cons: voices sound a little muffeled,
Review: It's light-weight and comfortable. Folds up nice in its carrying case. The noise cancelling is superb, no batteries required. The only drawback I've discovered is that voices sound a little muffeled compared to the full clamp style head set I was using. Just remember to put it on "low" before plugging into any aircraft with aural sounds that transmit to your headset. "Hi" is ridiculously loud.
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Monday, June 21, 2010
by Robert from Atlanta GA USA 
Review: Have used the 850 for four years in a Challenger 601. Comfortable, lightweight and quiet in that environment. Just purchased a third 850 for backup. Self powered no batteries to worry about.
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Tuesday, June 15, 2010
I should have bought it sooner
by 737 driver from Overseas 

Pros: Noise reduction and no batteries required
Cons: Non-breathing earmuffs do get sweaty
Review: Overall, a great product. It takes a day or two to get used to the headset due to reduction of volume from your flying partner.
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Saturday, May 08, 2010
Great headset but poor support
by FlyingIshmel from Portland, OR 

Pros: Lightweight ANR without battery pack
Cons: Telex repair program
Review: Have had this headset for 5 years and had no problems except for replacing the ear pads and mic boom foam cover with normal wear and tear. My mic boom just recently stopped working and I'm not impressed with the Telex repair time. They're estimating 3-4 weeks for repairs at a flat rate of $200 or parts and labor whichever is less. But a month without this headset will be an eternity! Most of the other headset manufacturers offer speedy repairs, so I'm considering a different brand despite the fact that I enjoy these headsets.
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Wednesday, March 31, 2010
I would buy this product again
by Brian from Fremont CA USA 

Review: Loud and clear. Light to wear but still hurts for prolonged wear.
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Friday, February 26, 2010
by Andrew from Pittsburgh, PA 
Review: These are great headsets. I've used them in a Dash 8 and a Lear 45, they worked great in both aircraft. Lightweight, comfortable ear cups and good noise cancelling. Thinking of the Telex 750? Spend the extra bucks to get these. Your ears will thank you.
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Thursday, January 28, 2010
I would buy one again
by ARMANDO from BROWNSVILLE TX USA 

Pros: light weight, no batteries required
Cons: leather covered ear seals will give up on you after a couple of years,.when you buy one, order a set of extra ear seals, that way you will have them ready.
Review: Excelent, it is my third one, I have 2 in our XLS and one in the C-V Ultra.  I love them.
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Friday, January 22, 2010
Great and light
by from  

Pros: Good noise atenuation, no batteries needed.
Cons: The head band is narrow and hard making it a little painful after a while.
Review: Good for jets,good audio quality.
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Friday, December 18, 2009
I am a believer
by Takiteze from Austin TX USA 

Pros: Lightweight, No auxiliary power required
Review: I have worn the Telex 750 for years. The 850 is MUCH quieter without feeling heavier. I should have upgraded years ago. I never had a problem with the 750 series, but needed to replace a faulty headset. The Telex 850 is the headset that I will use from now on.
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Tuesday, November 10, 2009
Fantastic!
by Jeffrey from Bellevue WA USA 

Pros: Quiet and comfortable
Cons: Possibly too quiet for some people
Review: A joy to wear in the cockpit. The only problem is that it is almost too quiet, and sometimes it can be a little rough hearing the other pilot. The audio is crystal clear and there is no sunglass interference. Comfortable for 14 hours.
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Tuesday, October 06, 2009
Great Headset
by Muti from Springfield Gardens NY USA 

Pros: Light weight.
Review: One of the best headsets I have ever used. The last one I used was a regular TELEX and a bose before that. I like that this one is leight and doen't bother me even after puting it on for hours. No batteries required another big plus, I use it in a B737-700. very easy to put on and off. cancel the noise very nicely. I use to set the volume a bit high to be able to hear ATC now all of my radio volume selectors are set LESS than half way. It really make me think of how much noise was their before. To summerise, this is a perfect headset. I recommend it for any pilot who flys a lot for long times.
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Saturday, March 14, 2009
Good headset for a jet flight deck
by A320av8r from CLT 

Review: I have flown the B737/757/767 and now fly the A319/320/321. I am very satisfied with the performance of this headset on all of these aircraft. It doesn't eliminate all of the noise but does greatly reduce the noise produced by the air flow over the air frame and pack flow noise as well as the background "hiss" on the flight deck. Also has a good microphone and is comfortable on long haul flights.
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Monday, November 10, 2008
Telex Airman 850 is good but not tough
by Rob from UK 

Pros: Light weight, self contained
Cons: Not robust - the Ear phone connection is prone to breaking
Review: A great headset if you are a professional pilot - easy to carry, doesn't take up much space, no batteries. The only issue with the Telex Headsets for me is the weak plastic pivoting connection at the earphones. A real weak point, so you cant be rough with them or leave them in an overfull flight bag.
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Friday, September 26, 2008
Great headset
by david from Madrid, Spain 

Review: Comfortable, light and serves its purpose for noise cancelling
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Friday, August 15, 2008
Not a bad choice
by KOFI S M from Rosedale NY USA 

Pros: lightweight, simple to use
Cons: cable rather short, cable clip can fall off
Review: It's a lovely bit of Kit. Lightweight and simple to use, it takes up very little space in your flight pack too so that makes it convenient. What I cannot confirm is whether the ANR really works..i.e is the noise reduction due to the ear cups or due to the superior technology. In addition to this I've found the cable about a foot too short and the clip that keeps it at the right side of your head also can fall off and get lost.
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Monday, April 28, 2008
Was expecting just a little more
by Mark from Lodi CA USA 

Pros: Light and compact and stores well
Cons: Does not work well with my other Bose headsets
Review: It is light and compact. The audio does not work well with my other headsets (Bose).
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Wednesday, February 27, 2008
A real relief !
by Arnaud from Paris, France 

Pros: lightweight, selfpowered, clear reception, you still hear
Cons: volume does only have a
Review: We have some noisy A320 aircrafts in the company (Air France). This ANR headsdet is perfect. I bought the adapter for the A320 jack ; So that I can use the headset in Cessna, Airbuses... Really lightweight, clear reception, no battery needed, it's self-powered through the boomer. A must have, and not expensive compared to E.U prices !
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Sunday, December 30, 2007
Telex 850: Works with B777
by Rajinder Singh from Singapore 

Review: Good ANR, coupled with HI/LO volume switch, ANR ON/OFF switch. Best part is no batteries required. ANR works in the Boing 777. Good buy: picked out clearly the ground engineer's and ATC transmission (the other pilot had difficulty using a conventional headset!)
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Friday, December 28, 2007
Works great
by A Customer from Pittsburgh PA USA 

Pros: Lightweight, well-made,compact size
Cons: Headband a bit uncomfortable for those who are
Review: I use these in a Dash 8 and they work fine. They cancel out just enough of the extra "high" noises without cancelling the important ones. I've only had them for a short time, but they seem well-made and durable, much more then the style would suggest. Not sure if they are really worth the $200 premium over the 750, but it sure seems that way.
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Tuesday, August 28, 2007
Glad I bought this headset
by Ken from Chicago,IL and Columbus, OH 

Pros: Light Weight, comfortable, NO Batteries required
Cons: Not as quiet as the Bose. I can't use them with an Ipod.
Review: They're great. They are light weight, comfortable and block much of the noise. They also come at a price I was willing to pay. They are not as quiet as the Bose but they are much cheaper and don't need batteries to work. I'm using them in a Cessna Citation Excel.
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Friday, August 03, 2007
Sometimes I forget I have it on
by James from LIT 

Pros: No Batteries, Very Light
Cons: I wouldn't try it in a Piston single or twin, try Bose X
Review: This is the perfect headset for jet aircraft. (I tried it in a King Air and it let too much outside noise through)

In the Cessna CJ it effectively eliminates what little outside noise there is, doesn't require batteries (A BIG +) and is so light I hardly feel it on my big head!
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Monday, July 23, 2007
Good noise canceling headset for jets
by A Customer from  

Pros: Light-weight, NO batteries needed, better price than Bose
Review: If you fly jets, and are using the Telex 750, I would definately suggest switching to the Telex 850.
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Tuesday, June 19, 2007
perfect for CRJ
by A Customer from USA 

Pros: Quiet and comfortable
Cons: Poor carrying case
Review: Fly the crj 700 and find them to work as well as the David Clarks for wind noise.
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Thursday, May 24, 2007
Be Aware of the Telex 850...
by Arayan Lias from California 

Pros: Nice and light and doesn't take up alot of room in your bag
Cons: No own power source. Doesn't work on all aircraft
Review: Since it has no battery pack and take the ANR power source from the hotmike, it doesn't work on some of the aircraft. I fly 747 Classic and it doesn't work without the transmit switch being keyed (no passive power). Don't know how to get around this problem beside putting the radio selector on intercom and use a rubberband to hold the transmit switch down (which might damage the radio unit).

Some sort of an alternative battery pack adapter would be nice.

For now it's just a very expensive Telex 750.
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Monday, April 30, 2007
pretty good but...
by Paco from San Carlos, CA 

Pros: noise reduction
Cons: comfort
Review: After 10 yrs on the 757, I went from a Telex, ear-bud to the 850. I like the noise cancellation but I don't like the:
-It’s funny, but you don’t really hear yourself when you speak. So it affects cockpit communications. I find myself pulling my left cup off my ear half the time to hear the captain; which defeats the purpose.
-Lack of good side tone when I transmit.
-Lack of padding on the hear brace. It gets annoying after a few hours.
-The ear cups are too small and hurt after a few hours.
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Wednesday, February 21, 2007
by A Customer from  
Pros: No batteries required.
Cons: None
Review: It's lightweight, comfortable and doesn't need batteries. A great alternative if you want an ANR headset, but don't need the big "can" type.
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On Thursday, July 11, 2013 a customer asked:
Q:
Is the telex 850 can be converted to single sided or you need to buy it separately ?
A:

The standard Telex Airman 850 model cannot be converted to a single sided set; however we do offer the Telex Airman 850 Lightweight ANR Headset - Single Sided model in addition to the standard.

On Wednesday, June 22, 2011 a customer asked:
Q:
I want to know if the ANR850 includes a headset's case...
A: Yes, the Telex ANR850 does come with a cloth, semi-rigid, zippered carrying case.

On Tuesday, November 16, 2010 a customer asked:
Q:
can I buy extra ear cushions and microphone covers with Telex Airman 850 ?
A: Yes, we have both the Telex Leatherette Ear Cushions for Airman 850 and the Telex Mic Muff for Telex 850 Headsets available for purchase.

On Friday, November 12, 2010 a customer asked:
Q:
Are these compatible with the Gulfstream 4?
A: Yes, you should not have have any problems using this headset in a Gulfstream IV.

On Tuesday, August 17, 2010 a customer asked:
Q:
Will the work in a CJ2 with no special adapters?
A: Generally speaking, yes, it will work in the Citation with no problem.  Unless your Citation has been specifically wired with either an XLR or Redel connector for the headsets, this should work right out of the box.  This uses the standard dual aviation jacks and most avionics systems will not have any problem powering the ANR from the mic tip.

On Thursday, May 27, 2010 a customer asked:
Q:
The Telex 850 does not work fine in B 747 classics. I just returned a pair that I bought last month as it only worked in two of the six aircraft that I tried. Arayan Lias from California has got it right. The ANR doesn't work on the 747 Classic unless the transmit sw. is keyed.
A: Thank you for the report that it works fine in some B-747 and not in others.

On Tuesday, May 18, 2010 a customer asked:
Q:
I notice that in the reviews that Arayan Lias from california said that the ANR doesn't work on the 747 Classic unless the transmit sw. is keyed. Is this true? That's the aircraft that I fly. Thanks in advance.
A: That was most likely an isolated incident as that is the only report we have heard about with that occurring. The ANR should work at all times as it is powered by the microphone tip.

On Friday, July 17, 2009 a customer asked:
Q:
Is the 850 compatible with Embraer 190 elecs?
A:

The Telex 850 uses the standard dual male plugs (PJ-055 / PJ-068) found in most fixed wing aircraft.  If that is what is used in your Embraer, it should work great.

On Wednesday, December 19, 2007 a customer asked:
Q:
I'm looking to go to the major airlines soon. Which A.C. will the Telex 850 work on (Boeing, MD, Airbus) and which ones will it not work on? Thank you, Ryan
A: This will work on any aircraft that uses the standard two plugs (PJ-055 and PJ-068). Generally speaking, this includes any civilian fixed wing aircraft except the Airbus. Because the Airbus generally uses a different type of plug, you will probably need the General Aviation Headset to Airbus Adapter. Military fixed aircraft are also different but that doesn't sound to be a factor for you.

On Tuesday, November 13, 2007 a customer asked:
Q:
The phone plug is compatible whit stereo systems?
A: The Telex 850 is not a stereo headset. It will operate in a mono mode (the same sound out of both ears) when connected to a music source.

On Tuesday, August 28, 2007 a customer asked:
Q:
is the 850 compatible with B 747 flt deck electronics. also can it be adapted for use with I pod.thanks
A: Yes, the Telex 850 should work fine in the B747. It does not have an interface for the iPod.


 

 

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