New beyerdynamic HS 400 Signum / Rotor HS 400 Signum / HS 400 Rotor
May 28, 2010
Pilot Headset for the highest Demands
Heilbronn, May 28th 2010: The German audio company beyerdynamic presents at the 2010 EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh its new Premium Aviation Headsets HS 400 Signum and HS 400 Rotor. While the HS 400 Signum is the standard version with double jack plugs, the HS 400 Rotor is the helicopter version with a coiled cable and a single U-174/U jack plug. These two new headsets have been developed with the goal to provide the best passive noise attenuation of any non ANR aviation headset.
After presenting the digital noise reduction technology DANR, beyerdynamic draws attention again. "For those pilots that want the best headset with passive noise attenuation, the search is easy, the HS 400." says Alan Feckanin, the Aviation Business Unit Manager from beyerdynamic USA. Within the development of the HS 400, no compromises have been made.
The HS 400 comes with a newly developed smart audio box to which MP3 players or mobile phones can be connected. There are two volume controls, a mono- / stereo switch and an auto-mute function that mutes the music during incoming radio messages. beyerdynamic has special value placed on comfort. The light weight (only 11 oz), a moderate pressure and soft skin ear pads with viscoelastic filling lead to a wearing comfort only known from high end ANR headsets. The ear cups come in an elegant silver metallic surface and black anodised metal parts complete the look.
The HS 400 can be ordered through the dealer network as well as a customized version within the online MANUFAKTUR, located at www.beyerdynamic.com, where colors and a laser engravement personalisation can be ordered.
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