DRE Communications has introduced upgraded versions of its active and passive noise attenuation headsets for both fixed-wing and helicopter applications.
Advances in technology now enable the company to deliver state-of-the-art active noise reduction (ANR) for about half of the traditional market value, according to company officials.
“Headset performance that pilots paid $1,000 for is now available for less than $500,” says Pat Hartley, DRE’s general manager.
DRE’s top of the line is the new stereo ANR DRE-6001, with a noise-canceling electret microphone, pillow top head pad, gel ear seals and gold-plated plugs, for $462.95. The company also makes a straightforward dual volume control passive noise reduction headset, DRE-1001, priced at $130.95, and the full stereo passive DRE-4001 at $193.95. All headsets come with Mil-Spec cabling and a new-generation full flex microphone boom. Optional gel ear seals are available. DRE Communications warranties its products for a full 3 years.
For more information: DRECommunications.com or 877-987-9977.