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David Clark H10-36 Headset (for helicopters)

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David Clark H10-36 Headset (for helicopters)

David Clark H10-36 Headset for Helicopters

David Clark's "Best Value" Headset. There are more H10-30s in use than any other noise-attenuating headset.

  • David Clark's "Best Value" Headset
  • More H10-30s are in use than any other noise attenuating headset
  • M-1/DC microphone, the best Amplified Dynamic microphone on the market
  • Flo-Fit Gel Ear Seals
  • Molded cord assembly made to exceptional pull and flex standards





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Customer Reviews For David Clark H10-36 Headset (for helicopters):
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Tuesday, July 19, 2016
Now we have two "new" D/C headsets
by Alan from Chowchilla CA USA 

Pros: High quality product, superb audio clarity and noise suppression. Customer support from D/C is second to none.
Cons: Pilots who have over a thousand dollars to spend buy lighter, less bulky sets.
Review: When I received the new 10-86 headset for helicopters, I learned that David Clark would refurbish my 30 year old set for way less than half the cost of the new set. Now, my wife and I each have a "new" D/C headset. It's summer, so we're flying with the doors removed and couldn't be happier because the sets came with mic covers that stop the wind noise. We're astonished at how quiet the flying world is after the change from "old" equipment. Intercom and radio communications are crystal clear.

Here's advice straight from my rotary wing flight examiner: Buy the least expensive D/C headset that fits your need. You'll never notice the difference in sound quality and you'll never be sorry that you didn't spend a lot more.
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Monday, January 28, 2013
great first headset.
by A Customer from tacoma WA USA 

Pros: price, sound quality
Cons: had to buy mike cover seperatly.
Review: To be completely honest I bought these headsets because I was on a budget. However I'm glad that I went with DC's over a cheaper brand. So far I have had no complaints. Great headsets for a first set or as an extra pair.
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Tuesday, March 08, 2011
H10-36 helicopter headset.
by Blendon from Tehachapi CA USA 

Pros: Price, quality, durability
Cons: Passive noise control- the foam defuser is need for the microphone.
Review: This headset met all of my expectations for the price range. There is a fair amount of noise from outside sources (rotor/ engine) when the doors are off, but if you buy the foam defuser for the microphone it cuts the outside noise level way down.
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Tuesday, December 14, 2010
I would buy this product again
by Jong Dae from Seoul Korea, Republic of 

Review: Best helicopter headset ever.
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Monday, July 12, 2010
Great headset
by David from Oakton VA USA 

Pros: High quality headset, price, not too expensive
Review: This headset has great noise supression qualities for the earpieces, and the microphone works great. The impedance is correct for my application and works flawlessly in my suite of equipment.
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Friday, October 30, 2009
"Comfort and Quality"
by David from Bend OR USA 

Pros: comfortable, gain adjust on mic, durable
Cons: absence of foam mic cover
Review: The David Clark H10-36 is a great headset to begin flight training and for continued use into your commercial career. It is very comfortable and easy to adjust. The H10-36 also has great sound quality. It would be nice if it came with the foam mic cover, but with a little tweak of the gain adjustment screw you can keep it from picking up external noise and still have it pick up your voice clearly. Flying in the Robinson R-22, blade slap will activate the mic every once in a while. I haven't flown "doors off" with it yet, but I'm assuming I'll definitely need the foam mic cover for that.
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Previous Customer Questions For David Clark H10-36 Headset (for helicopters):
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On Monday, July 06, 2015 a customer asked:
I am looking to buy some DC headsets but need them to be for helo and stereo. What do you have that will meet those requirements? I see these are the mono equivalent based on the connector P/N.
A: If you require a stereo David Clark for a Helicopter, the two choices for you would be either the David Clark H10-13HXL Helicopter Headset or the David Clark H10-56HXL Headset (for helicopters).

On Wednesday, June 10, 2015 a customer asked:
I want to adapt an H10-36 to use on fixed-wing aircraft. Do I need the conversion kit with electret mic or just the dual plug adapter? 
A: Because the H10-36 is a civilian headset (high impedance), you would simply need the Helicopter to Standard Fixed Wing Adapter.  

On Friday, November 07, 2014 a customer asked:
Hi, what is the difference between the H10-36 and the 10-13H?
A: The H10-13H is lighter in weight (16.5 oz vs 18.7 oz) and has a slightly lower sound reduction rating (23 db vs 24 db).  The H10-13H has a flexible/reversible mic boom and the H10-36 has an articulating/reversible mic boom.  The mic on the H10-36 is Dynamic and the H10-13H is Electret.

On Sunday, January 22, 2012 a customer asked:
Do you carry the H10-36 helicopter headset with a switch for duel impedance on it? 
A: The H10-36 is not available in a dual impedance model.  You may want the H10-66, which does have the single helicopter plug and a switch for high or low impedance. You can find the David Clark H10-66 here.

On Thursday, September 15, 2011 a customer asked:
Besides the 3 dB difference, what are the advantages of the H-10-56 over the H10-36?
A: The only other notable difference is that the 56 has the hinged wire boom with the M-101 microphone and the 36 has the articulating reversible M-1/DC microphone.

On Thursday, March 26, 2009 a customer asked:
Will this headset be compatible with the ICOM model IC-A24 air transceiver. I already have the Icom headset adapter cable mdel OPC-499. Icom recommends we use the David Clark headset.
A: As this is a helicopter headset, you would need to convert the plug for fixed wing to connect it to the OPC-499 headset adapter to work with the A24. You can use the Helicopter to Fixed Wing Adapter for this purpose.

On Tuesday, February 17, 2009 a customer asked:
Does the order come with a carrier bag and has it got any passive noise reducing ability?
A: The passive NRR is listed as 24db for this headset. It does not come with a headset bag however we do have the bags available for separate purchase.

On Sunday, November 23, 2008 a customer asked:
Why is there a specific "helicopter" model? What's the difference between the headsets? Is it the plug?
A: Yes, the difference is the plug and the cord. The H10-30 has a straight cord with the dual plug connection for fixed wing, while the H10-36 has the single U174 plug for helicopters and also has a molded coil cord which is preferred in helicopters.

On Wednesday, July 02, 2008 a customer asked:
What is the difference between the H10-36 and the H10-30?
A: The David Clark H10-36 is basically the Helicopter model of the David Clark H10-30 headset.

On Tuesday, June 10, 2008 a customer asked:
H10-36 Helicopter headset says it comes with a "molded cord". Is that a coil cord?
A: Yes, this headset does come with a molded coil cord assembly.

On Wednesday, December 26, 2007 a customer asked:
Could zhis headset be use on Bell212 helicopter?
A: As long as the Bell helicopter uses a standard single U-174/U plug it should work great!



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