Plantronics MS200 Commercial Aviation Headset

Plantronics MS200 Commercial Aviation Headset

$169.95 

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The Plantronics MS200 commercial aviation headset combines a unique lightweight design and advanced technology to deliver the ultimate in comfort and reliability. The noise-canceling microphone enables clear, uninterrupted communications between air and ground. Its compact under-the-ear design ensures a secure, comfortable fit for extended wear, yet is convenient to carry and stow.  Retail Price $196.00

 

Limited stock, please call for availability.

 

Key Features:

  • Clear voice transmission between commercial pilots and Air Traffic Control with noise-canceling microphones (Use only with MS200, MS250 and MS260)

  • Clear voice transmission between commercial pilots and Air Traffic Control

  • Hear every word clearly through superior audio quality

  • Customized fit for your needs—choose from a variety of wearing styles

  • Comfortable enough to wear all day - on long hauls or short hops

  • Reliable and durable commercial aviation headsets from a company with over 40 years of experience

  • Conveniently portable and easily stowed due to a lightweight, compact design

  • Commercial aviation headsets that meet all the rigorous standards required for mission-critical applications

  • Quality you can trust from an FAA approved headset manufacturer

For more information see Plantronics MS200 datasheet

*Important Note: Due to the manufactures return policy, this is a special order item can only be returned if unopened.

 

 

 

 

This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 31 July, 2008.
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