Q: Can you use a simple converter for GA and leave the mic alone for the h10-76?
A: You can use the original microphone if you get the low to high impedance adapter instead of this kit.
Q: Can this kit be used on a H10 13.4 David and Clark ?
A: No. The David Clark H10-13.4 is a civilian fixed wing headset. What are you trying to convert the H10-13.4 to be used for?
Q: Can this kit be used with an H10-56 model?
A: No, this is not the right product. The David Clark H10-56 is a civilian helicopter headset so you would need the Helicopter to Fixed Wing adapter to convert it to the standard dual plugs.
Q: Will this work with the DC-One X?
A: No, it will not. Are you trying to convert a military model One-X to civilian? If so, you will need the low to high impedance adapter. Or, are you trying to convert the civilian One-X Helicopter headset to dual plugs? If so, you would need the helicopter to fixed wing adapter.
Q: Can I use the same adapter from this kit as a regular adapter for a Bose A20 military headset or is the one in this kit specifically for the David Clark headset?
A: If you want to convert both a David Clark H10-76 and a Bose A20 military to civilian, I would suggest that you get the Low to High Impedance adapter instead of this kit. It will work to convert both headsets.
Q: I only bought just the adapter cable and my headset did not work in a general aviation plane. Would buying the microphone make it work? If so which microphone should I buy?
A: Yes, you will need the 1142-22 Electret Mic. This will allow you to transmit.
Q: Does this adapter also change the impedance required to use the 10-76 in a general aviation fixed wing aircraft?
A: Yes. The David Clark H10-76 Conversion Kit will convert your military headset into a civilian (general aviation) headset with the standard PJ dual plugs and high impedance.
Q: I have a H10-76 headset that I was issued, will this conversation kit still allow me to use the my headset with military aircraft?
A: Yes, you will just need to remove the adapter and swap the microphone when switching from civilian to military use. The adapter is super easy to remove/add and the microphone is just attached with a couple of small screws. Keep an eyeglass size screw driver handy in your flight bag and you should be good to go.
Q: Will this conversion kit work on an H10-66 headset, or do I only need the plug adapter?
A: If you would like to use the David Clark H10-66 in civilian fixed wing aircraft you would use the Low to High Impedance Adapter.
Q: I want to order the conversion kit for the H10-76 headset, does this come with a mic cover?
A: Yes, a foam microphone cover is included.
Q: I have numerous H10-76XL that I need to plug into a PC Sound board without modifying the headset. Is there an adapter or converter box I can get for that purpose? Thanks
A: You would first need to convert them over to civilian fixed wing headsets with this conversion kit and then you would need the PC Flight Simulator Headset Adapter.
Q: Can you accidentally install the new mic upside down/or backwards or will it only work one way?
A: It could potentially be installed upside down, but if that happened you would just need to loosen the two little screws and flip it over.
Q: I have a H10-76 military headset. I want to be able to use my military headset for helicopter flight school where we fly the R-22's. Will this conversion kit make my headset work in the helicopter?
A: If you are going to be flying a R-22, you should just be able to get the 1142-22 Electret Mic instead of buying the whole kit.