Bose has recently released the A30 Aviation Headset, which is an upgrade of the Bose A20.
The headset has significant changes such as a redesigned box and case, a cloth/foam headband cushion, and an aluminum headband. The down cable is 20% smaller than that of the A20, with 14 conductors that communicate between the control module and sophisticated technology in the earcups, including new microprocessors.
The headset also incorporates a new, smaller boom microphone and has a toolless swappable microphone/cable assembly. It also features a three-position ANC level selector, Tap Control feature, and Emergency Revision switch.
The headset has a reduced head clamping force by 20% and a lowered center of gravity towards the earcups. The A30 is lighter and more comfortable than the A20.
The Tap Control feature allows you to converse with a passenger or crew without removing your headset, making it even more effective than removing the headset — although we turned them off since you can just lower the ANC on the controller and tapping the ear cups is a bit annoying.
The Bose A30 is an excellent upgrade of the Bose A20 and is suitable for pilots who fly in various environments, including lower noise environments of the jets.
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CE525S / Commercial Pilot / AGI IGI
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