Q: I'd like to know the plug specifications.
A: This has a single U-174U helicopter plug. You can read more about the plugs on our Guide to Aviation Headset Connectors here.
Q: Does this headset come with the plug you will need for an R44
A: Yes, this headset comes with a U-174 plug for civilian helicopters. It will work with an R44.
Q: Hi there, how can I use the H10-13H in low impedence?
A: If you want to use the H10-13H in a military aircraft, you will need the High to Low adapter for Helicopter.
Q: Is it working on UH-60 military copter?
For a Military helicopter, you will need to convert the Mic Impedance. This headset will work alone for a civilian helicopter. To convert the mic you will also need an adapter:
High to Low Impedance Adapter
Q: I have the David Clark H10-13H headset and I am needing the adapter to plug in an airplane from male from the headset to Female to two male ends.
A: You would need the Helicopter to Standard Fixed Wing Adapter.
Q: Does Helicopter headset David Clark H10-13H work in Schweizer 300 CBI Helicopter?
A: Does the Schweizer 300 have a single U-174/U plug in the intercom? If so, this headset will work fine. You can see picture of the plug on our Guide to Headset Connectors page.
Q: Is this model has high impedence?
A: Yes, this is a high impedance headset.
Q: Is the headset plug compatable with NATO plugs?
A: No it is not however you can use this adapter to convert the plug.
Q: Hi, I was wondering if this head set can connect to my mp3 player, and if so. What would I need.. Thank you.
A: No, this headset will not be able to connect to an mp3 player. If you have a bluetooth device you can use the Pilot USA Bluelink.
Q: Hi there, what is the exact difference between a h10-13 h and a h10-13.4 h?
A: There is no difference. The H10-13H is the helicopter variant of David Clark's H10-13.4 headset.
Q: I have the H10-13H. What impedence are they?
A: They are a high impedance.
Q: I am looking at this headset as well as the H10-60H and am wondering if you recommend one more than the other. I have no plans of flying fixed wing now but that may change, so any tips would be appreciated.
A: If you don't have any plans for fixed wing, I would go with the H10-13H headset. It's a lighter headset and the noise reduction is very similar. With the H10-60H you are able to swap the cords (sold separately) but if you ever need to do that with the H10-13H you can get an adapter for about half the price of a new cord on the H10-60H.
Q: Can this headset be used on airplanes?
A: You would be able to convert this headset for use in Fixed Wing aircraft with the JB-08 Helicopter to Fixed Wing Adapter. If you would just like this particular headset made specifically for airplanes, you can order the David Clark H10-13.4.
Q: Hello, does the H10-13H come with a signle plug helo (U-174/U)? I need a cable with a 2 foot (non extended)coil section. Is this headset so equipped?
A: Yes, the H10-13H comes with a single plus U-174/U plug. This comes with the coil cord.