Tue, Aug 02, 2011
It was already one of my favorite headsets...and with the
addition of Bluetooth technology, it's likely to stay that way.
The first Clarity Aloft Aviation Headset was introduced at EAA
AirVenture in 2004... light, quiet and very comfortable, there is
little doubt that this little headset would be a hit... and it sure
was. Now, Clarity Aloft has raised the bar (again) by partnering
with Pilot Communications, whose BLULINK headset adaptor has
garnered an exceptional following.
The new Clarity Aloft LINK is designed to connect cell phones
and other media devices to the aviation headset -- wirelessly! The
Clarity Aloft LINK allows a pilot to choose between devices, and
offers the capability to link 2 devices simultaneously. Priority
muting allows music and other media devices to automatically fade
to mute for incoming cell phone calls, and for Air Traffic Control
and other critical aircraft safety communications.
“The wireless connectivity with cell phones and media
devices simultaneously will surely please the most discriminating
pilot,” said Bill Waterman, President and CEO. "The digital
signal processing is so advanced, that listeners on the ground will
not be able to hear the engine roar in the background while the
pilot communicates to either ATC or when notifying family and
friends of an impending arrival."
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