I had always worn a beat up old Dave Clark headset… not because I wanted to, but because I couldn’t afford to upgrade; Or at least I thought I couldn’t.
Moving to a Bose A20® headset has been a game changer for me.
The sound quality is truly unbelievable – not to mention the crazy features like bluetooth connectivity for phone calls that are both convenient for opening / closing flight plans from the cockpit, but also a safety feature as you can use it as an alternate way to contact ATC in the event of a com failure.
And it is so comfortable; the slight dull headache I had gotten used to and simply associated with flying is gone – I often fly on commercial airliners to get to “Flight Chops” shoots, but even when I am not planning to fly GA at my destination, the A20 is still in my carry on, because I use it to watch movies and it makes a coach seat feel like first class, because it literally takes you out of the cabin into your own private space with the active noise cancelling. I can not say enough good things about the A20®!
Learn more about this headset on the Bose website!
Pilot Perspectives: First Solos | Steve Thorne
Bose has facilitated a bunch of occasions to meet viewers in person, like these:
Bose invites you to Meet the Steves! #AvWorld 2016
Not only has Bose been a very supportive sponsor helping us to fund the production of some great content, but the A20 is truly an awesome headset and I am proud to wear one – here are a few of my favourite previous episodes that feature the A20:
Now over to you — what do you think about the Bose A20®?
Let us know in the comments below!
If you have flown with an A20®, how did it affect your experience?
If you have not yet tried one, what interests you most about this headset?
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