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UFlyMike Headset Adapters

Postby uflymike » Thu Sep 08, 2005 11:14 pm

Don't know if there are any users on this forum, but we've sold these to experimental, GA and commercial pilots:  www.uflymike.com  If anyone has any feedback, please post?  Thanks, Mike
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Postby Sean_Caranna » Sat Sep 09, 2006 1:09 am

If you'll send me a duo model with a Bose Quietcomfort 2 headphone I'll test the install and use it in my plane for 30 days.  Then I'll write a review with pictures and return the hardware to you.

My plane has a Flightcom 403 stereo intercom that will allow me to test it in stereo and mono modes.

If I like it more than the Flightcom 4DLX I use now, I'll buy one from you.

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Great Headset Adapter

Postby rpais » Thu Jul 19, 2007 3:36 pm

I have been using the UFlymike headset adapter with my Bose QC2 headset for over a year now. I absolutely love it. I prefer this headset combo over my Bose Aviation headset.

The UFlymike adapter and Bose QC2 headset are much lighter than other headsets I have used. The noise reduction is more than adequate in the Citation Ultra. I did find the outside noise a little loud when flying King Airs, but nothing that was uncomfortable or mad communications difficult.

UFlymike is a great product and they provide great support. I highly recommend.

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