Exciting Showman to Be Available Twice, at Sennheiser's
Stop by the Sennheiser booth when
you're at Oshkosh, and meet airshow performer Michael
Goulian. He'll be at the booth at Oshkosh on July 30 from
10-11:00, and August 2 from 11-12:00 and 1-2:00.
Goulian flies with the
Sennheiser HMEC 302 -- the tip-powered version of the HMEC 300
NoiseGard -- in his CAP232 aerobatic plane and has also installed
Sennheiser headsets in his family's flight school (Executive Flight
[No; that's not Mike in the shot below. That's his new friend,
Elizabeth Wilson, who met him at his Fayetteville (NC) appearance
this year --ed.]
"In my business, there's no room for mistakes. 100% of my
attention must be intensely focused on flying my CAP232 to its
performance extreme," Goulian says.
"The Sennheiser headset is the most comfortable, best performing
noise canceling headset I have found. It allows me the peace and
comfort I need to be at my best when it counts!"
A missed signal can spoil a performance; and missed
communications during tense situations can lead to really bad
things. Clear, reliable performance -- both directions -- is an
absolute requirement, not just for airshow performers, but for