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SoftComm C-200 ANR Stereo Headset

  • Amazing Breakthrough in Noise Control - Aerospace technology with new internal noise canceling material.
  • New high tech noise absorbing material which reduces more Engine Noise that can cause Fatigue. Important for flying safety!
  • -24db. of Passive Noise Reduction, Plus -19db of ANR "Active Noise Reduction" at average engine frequency band.
  • NEW high tech noise absorbing material. Gel and foam ear seals with cloth ear covers.
  • "Push-to- talk" Mic switch on Ear Dome
  • STEREO/MONO Switch with Dual Volume Controls.
  • Distortion Free Sound - Provided buy the Studio Grade Active Electronics within the headset. Perfect for those who listen to music while in flight, or just enjoy perfectly crisp clear sound.
  • Built For Comfort - Lightweight at only 14.2 ounces. Even exceeds SoftComm's reputation for real comfort.
  • New "Extend-O-Flex" Microphone Boom with Mic muff- Positive position, eliminates the lateral twist associated with other "gooseneck" style Mic booms.
  • New M-57 Electret Condenser Microphone - With Proprietary Hybrid Amplifier that reduces M/H Cable Noise for superb audio clarity.
  • Portable Power Source - Battery box with low battery indicator. Uses a 9 volt DC battery. Battery life can exceed 20+ hours depending on use.
  • Fail-Safe Power Feature - even when battery expires it allows continued headset use with a passive noise reduction of -24dB.
  • Gold Plated Communication cable Plugs for noise-free audio
  • Cell phone ready with Cellular Telephone Interface Connector - detachable cable supplied for ground phone use in noisy environments. Cell Phones must be equipped with a 2.5mm 3 conductor hands free jack.
  • Quality Workmanship Guaranteed - American made and 100% pre-tested before shipping.
  • Three (3) year warranty

OPTIONAL:  Enable wireless streaming Bluetooth music and/or cell phone to this headset with our Bluetooth Aviation Headset Streamer.





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Customer Reviews For SoftComm C-200 ANR Stereo Headset:
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Saturday, July 23, 2016
works great
by Tom from NY 

Pros: noise reduction, PTT switch on headset
Cons: battery pack
Review: I've used this for a few months now, which for me is only about 20 hours of flight. Absolutely love it, much better than any passive headset. They're also much more comfortable than the traditional style david clarks. I'm flying around in a cub with the window open, so both windy and noisy. No problems with being heard over intercom or radio.

Having a PTT button right on the headset is very convenient, especially in a plane that uses handheld radios.

The battery pack is a little bit annoying, but tolerable if you clip it on your belt. The headset does work fine passively if the cord becomes unplugged or the battery dies. For a plane, like a cub, that doesn't have an electrical system, this is probably better than a headset that steals power from the radio, because in this case you'd actually be using power from the probably battery powered intercom.

All in all, I'm happy with it. To me the only reason for a more expensive headset would be if you wanted an active that was lighter, or wanted to spend more to avoid the external battery pack. Again, even on a tight budget, I'd get this over any passive headset. The noise reduction is great.
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Wednesday, September 23, 2015
Good headset for price
by Dustoff, student pilot from Great Falls VA USA 

Pros: Good low price headset
Cons: ANR could be better
Review: It has the adjustments to fit well, is comfortable and does the job. The jury is still out on the ANR. It works well sometimes and sometimes not. The air vents that blow air may impact ANR performance. I havent tried the cell phone jack yet.
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Monday, May 20, 2013
Not bad I like!!
by A Customer from Wagoner OK USA 

Pros: Good sound good noise canceling
Cons: Cell interface not so good so far BUT dose work
Review: Works great in a doors off buccaneer Sx.  The noise canceling works great.  The part that so far seems not so great is the cell phone hook up. It works but not very loud. Have not used it for cell much as of yet will try it more
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Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Not bad at all.
by Andy from Chandler, AZ 

Pros: Price, comfort, features.
Cons: The power pack is annoying.
Review: I'm a student pilot who was looking for a comfortable headset with noise cancelling technology but I didn't want to spend the $600+ that most noise cancelling sets (with good reviews) seem to command. Based on other reviews, I took a chance on the SoftComm C-200 and I'm glad I did.

The headset is comfortable and I can use it just fine without noise cancelling if need be. Not that I'd want to. The moment I flipped that ANR switch with the engine running in my trainer, I was hooked. The radio is definitely clearer and the engine sounds aren't changed, they're just quieted down.

As other reviewers say, the extra box required for the ANR power pack is irritating in its design and placement. Almost anything SoftComm could have done with that would have made it more convenient. It just hangs there in the way. That said, for as much money as this unit saved me with its price, I'll deal with the annoying little box and be happy about it.
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Sunday, March 03, 2013
Had it for About a Year and Traded it in
by Bruskey from Shippenville, PA 

Pros: Cost
Cons: Speaker Noise, loss of seal, clamps head after awhile
Review: Just OK, after long flights did clamp and got hot. Turning your head you loose the seal and can hear outside noise. Periodic whine/high pitched noise comes out of one and/or both sides of speakers at times, could not trace this problem down. Get what you pay for i guess.
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Friday, February 15, 2013
Impressive for the Money
by Anthony from Sandy UT USA 

Pros: Again, not much experience but in my humble opinion this is the best bang for your buck.
Cons: Not enough experience to identify any significant cons.
Review: I purchased the headset in March 2012 and unfortunately I did't get to fly with this headset until January 2013. Being a student pilot and not having much experience with multiple headsets I felt that this headset served my needs adequately. I can say that with the limited number of headsets I have used the noise dampening feature on this model performed very well. If you are just starting out as a student pilot and aren't sure if you're going fly a lot this may be the ticket.
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Friday, October 12, 2012
Very nice
by Bob from Greenfield WI USA 

Pros: Comfortable, good sound quality,
Cons: The external ANR box that requires a separate cord is a bit bothersome but I just tug it in my pocket.. no big deal.
Review: I already had a passive SoftComm headset but wanted one with ANR. I tried otherheadsets but found this one to be the best value and sound quality.
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Thursday, May 03, 2012
Good Value for the Price
by Bruce from Goodyear AZ USA 

Pros: Cost and comfort
Cons: The extra battery cable and box
Review: Met expectations, have worn it for a couple hours and no comfort/clamping issues. Communication is very clear and music sounds good as well.
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Sunday, December 25, 2011
Great headset and good value
by Pete from Oakland CA 

Pros: Very effective even without ANR, but terrific with it at a reasonable price
Cons: The cord needs management
Review: Looks like these folks looked at David Clark, improved them, manufactured it in the US, and sell them for less. They work very well without the ANR and are fantastic with it on. There are a couple things: the cord to the ANR box pulls out easily if you don't loop it around the belt clip, and--like most ANR--there is a faint hiss with the ANR "on" but that is necessary for effective ANR. I have not used Lightspeed or Bose. I have Bose NR for regular use on airliners and don't think that they work all that well. These do the job really well. Full controls and inputs. Battery tester is positive with on and off switch. Ear cushions are terrific. Obviously, high quality materials in the construction.
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Thursday, December 15, 2011
Good value
by Pete from San Francisco 

Pros: Great performance, good price, ear pieces are comfortable and effective
Cons: Battery box connection can come loose, but can be worked out
Review: I have used some David Clark and other headsets and this is much better in terms of effective noise reduction, even in the passive mode without the ANR on. They are big and clunky just like David Clark, but they have all the controls and features you really might want. ANR adds another level of quiet. Mike seems to be very good as well. Only issue is the ANR battery box which does come disconnected easily. You can fix this by just looping the cord through the belt hook so that it will not pull out.
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Monday, September 12, 2011
Good Value
by Raymond from Redondo Beach CA USA 

Pros: Good noise attenuation and comfortable.
Cons: The power pack for the ANR system is a bit cumbersome but workable.
Review: The ANR noise attenuation technology is very noticeable over the 20 year old David Clark headset that I previously owned. Outside communication and intercom conversations are much clearer. The SoftComm C-200 is also more comfortable even over my glasses without any noticeable sound leakage around the ears. I would say this headset is a great value.
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Friday, June 10, 2011
Great headset!
by A Customer from El Paso, TX 

Pros: queit, light-weight
Cons: Transmits loud
Review: Very good noise reduction. Very lightweight and comfortable. ANR box isn't really bulky. For some reason it transmits loud but it's probably double amplifying from the comms system in the aircraft.
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Thursday, April 07, 2011
by Dwight Dexter from Caldwell, Idaho 
Pros: Better than 28 yrs ago regardless of price...
Cons: Recently purchased, no lifespan data...
Review: You young pilots have no idea what the norm was for Comm in small planes 30 yrs ago.

The most we ever used was toilet paper in the ears, foam 25 cent earplugs or gun shooting headsets... We turned up the volume on the speaker and hollered a bit. Sometimes I expected the plane speaker to bust but it never did...

I recently got the flying bug after a 28 yr layoff and can hardly believe the difference with headphones. Don't be a crybaby... I used to fix ALL the audio and RF for pilots, ALL control Radio Freq and Audio Freq...
The price is fair and if it lasts for 4-5 yrs or more ya got no legitimate bitches. Quality product at a fair price if it lasts 3-4 years with the crappy way I treat my stuff...

Sincerely, Old Sarge
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Thursday, December 16, 2010
Good Product for the price
by John from Eden Prairie MN USA 

Review: It met my expectations. It is comfortable, but the battery box is cumbersome and there is a ticking sound in the background at times
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Tuesday, June 22, 2010
You'll be glad you did.
by Michael from Raymond KS USA 

Pros: Quiet--the difference between passive and ANR is immediately evident when you turn this headset on.
Cons: Extra wire to contend with, but manageable.
Review: Met and exceeded expectations. Makes my flying experience more pleasant. Comfortable and quiet. Well worth the money. Don't buy another passive headset.
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Monday, January 18, 2010
So far so Good
by Tom from Houston TX USA 

Review: Have only been able to use them once so far with all the holidays. Was plesently supprised. Of course last headsets I used consistantly was a borrowed pair of Bose, which I understand are the best. So really can not make a comparison as have only owned the Softcom. So far so good, I really like them.
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Monday, January 18, 2010
I'm impressed.
by Thomas from Orting WA USA 

Pros: Good noise reduction and cost
Cons: slight humming noise when activated. The battery line could be a little longer.
Review: Never having an ANR headset before, it was quite amazing to hear, or not hear the difference. My wife and I are happy with the C-200. There is a slight humming noise even when activated, however, it is tolerable, considering what the headset is blocking out. I have no regrets. For the price, well worth it.
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Thursday, December 03, 2009
Need electric/electronic background
by A Customer from calgary Canada 

Pros: noice reduction and cancel are good.
Cons: no manual and diagram (even in/out put diagran)
Review: The product has no problem at all. Except no manual and circuit diagram . which I try to connect to handheld radio of difference brand. Either the receiver in trouble or transmiter is in trouble.  Finally I find one handheld radio it work, if I add an 8ohm in series with the reciver then they work fine on both transmit and receive. Have a nice flight to you all.
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Tuesday, November 10, 2009
The battery pack is awkward.
by A Customer from Marietta OH USA 

Pros: Comfortable headset
Cons: I would like it to adjust smaller
Review: Is comfortable to wear.There is a wind sounding background noise in the ANR mode.
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Monday, August 31, 2009
quiet and comfortable
by Lapotre from Marck France 

Review: Very good headset,comfortable and good noise attenuation.Should be perfect without the attached battery pack.
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Friday, January 30, 2009
Good but not great
by Jeff from St. Paul MN USA 

Pros: Good value
Cons: Small amount of noise leakage
Review: The softcom headset was a very good buy for us. Used it for 30 hour trip over a week period. Actually pretty comfortable until the end of the day. The extra cord for the ANR battery pack was a little cumbersum. Good ANR quality with just a little noise leakage wearing sunglasses.
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Wednesday, August 27, 2008
Low price + low noise = high level of satisfaction
by Buzz in Texas from Big Sandy, Texas 

Pros: Lightweight, low cost, comfortable, good looking
Cons: Only con is the battery box and I knew that when I bought it.
Review: I have used my headset for a year now and am quite pleased. The gel ear seals are very comfortable and the ANR works well. The battery box used to get turned on inadvertantly and run the batteries down prematurely, but I remedied the problem by securing the box to the headset. The power cord no longer gets in the way and the battery box switch isn't getting knocked into the "on" position anymore. The carrying case is convenient also. I did not expect to get Bose quality and convenience for the price. However, I am very satisfied with the bang for the buck!
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Saturday, August 02, 2008
I would buy this again
by Jack from Henderson NV USA 

Pros: Comfortable fit
Review: I liked this headset better than the previous headset I owned. The noise level is lower than the passive headset I owned. I also like the ear gel included on the headsets.
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Monday, March 24, 2008
Great comfort and sound
by Doug from New York NY USA 

Pros: Cost, comfort, control, features
Cons: Battery case
Review: Love the features and sound quality. Would like to do away with the extra battery box. I know the next model up removes it but that would cost an extra $100. Not worth the extra $$$. Other than that great product and worth the money. Highly recommend.
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Wednesday, September 05, 2007
by Robert from Florida 
Pros: HIGH Quality LOW Price!
Cons: Yet to find any
Review: I love this headset! You can't be beat it for the money. The ANR box does become disconnected easily, however, I found that wearing it on my belt solved the problem. The factory battery lasted <10 minutes. I changed it out and have logged about 10 hours of flight with them and have yet to see any problems. In my opinion, ANR is the only way to go,and for the money the Softcomm C-200 cannot be beat!
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Tuesday, May 29, 2007
My ears are much happier!
by Pilot formerly known as Speed from Washington DC 

Pros: Good ANR for the price.
Cons: Don't like the seperate battery box. The cord comes uplugged from it too easily. Folks complain they can't understand me when I use my cell phone...maybe due to engine noise
Review: I used to fly with David Clarks ANR (gov't issue). I think these work as well, and only cost half the price. Even my IPOD sounds good through them.
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Thursday, March 15, 2007
by Gerry Corona from Santa Maria, CA 
Pros: Light weight and clear sound.
Cons: None i can think of.
Review: The set is great. I wasn't too sure at first. But after wearing them and hearing the clearity..i was very impressed.

I"m a student pilot and have worn several different head set. This is by far the best
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Previous Customer Questions For SoftComm C-200 ANR Stereo Headset:
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On Tuesday, July 28, 2009 a customer asked:
I just bought a Vertex VXA-300 transceiver. Will the Softcomm C-200 ANR headset come with an audio cord that will be compatible with the radio?
A: The SoftComm C-200 will work just fine by hooking it up to the headset adapter provided with your VXA-300.



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