Flightcom’s Denali is an extremely lightweight headset
engineered to offer high reliability, exceptional performance, and outstanding
comfort. Weighting only 13.4 oz., Denali is designed to fit unlike any other
aviation headset, with unique conformal ComLeather™ ear seals that
provide excellent passive noise attenuation. The reliable Twist Flex headband
provides a secure and comfortable fit with low side pressure. ANR circuitry
achieves additional 18-20dB of active noise reduction at certain key low
frequencies to minimize noise fatigue. Uses AA-size batteries for up to 50
hours of continuous ANR use. Includes SPS – a digital power management circuit
that conserves battery life by shutting off the ANR circuit when not in use.
Also includes dual inputs that support cell pone and auxiliary connections for
communication and entertainment. Automatic muting of aux inputs ensures that
all incoming transmissions are instantly heard. Comes with a highly padded
Color: Soft Touch Carbon Fiber Finish
At less than 14 ounces, this headset is the lightest ANR model available. Denali’s ComLeather™ ear seals help abate noise and offer a comfortable fit. The sleek ear domes stay securely in place, reducing side force.
This top-of-the-line model includes dual inputs that support cell phone and Aux connections for communication and entertainment. Automatic muting ensures that all incoming transmissions are instantly heard.
Extended Battery Life
The D90ANR uses two always available AA-size batteries for up to 50 hours of continuous ANR use.
Sure Power System™ (SPS)
This ANR model also has SPS – a digital power management circuit. The SPS conserves battery life by shutting off the ANR circuit when not in use. Full passive performance is maintained when the ANR circuit is off.
ANR model achieves additional 18-20dB at certain key low frequencies.
No Risk Warranty
Satisfaction guaranteed from ear to ear. Three year warranty.
*Sensitivity measurements referred to 0.0002 ubar (dynes/cm2) @ 1kHz. Microphone measurements made with 10-volt supply with a 1,000 ohm resistor. Contact Flightcom for the most current ANR specifications.