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> However, the type of airplane you are wearing them in while flying, also,
> makes a difference. Talk to some of the aerobatics pilots flying Pitts,
> Extras, etc, about their experiences with the different makes of NR
> headsets. Some do, in fact, work better than others in high noise
> environments found in different cockpits. Your results may vary. How well
> the NR feature works depends upon the frequency response and amplitude of
> the input, and whether the circuitry and speakers can handle it.
I concede that cockpit noise environments in different aircraft vary.
Certainly. No question.
I restate, however, that any given headset, ANR or not, will deliver its
anntenuation, whatever that turns out to be, no matter *which* airplane its
Differing frequency curves in various aircraft (low vs high freqs) would
account for varying headset effectiveness for those aircraft.
Maybe thats what you are alluding to. If so, I agree.
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