With as much technology and noise reduction as Lightspeed packs into its headsets, you’d expect them to be big and bulky. But what’s so great about the brand is that its products are as comfortable as they are capable.
Each model weighs in at less than 16 ounces and comes with active noise reduction, which means it emits frequencies to cancel out unwanted sounds. Lightspeeds also come with Bluetooth connectivity, which allows you to listen to music while you fly. When you’re communicating, though, the Lightspeed automatically turns down the music.
While flying is a visual experience, hearing is one of a pilot's most valuable assets. A high-quality headset is essential for communication with air traffic controllers and other pilots. In addition, headsets play a critical role in protecting a pilot's hearing during flight. Since noise levels in most unpressurized aircraft can be harmful, pilots should always wear hearing protection.
Lightspeed Aviation Headsets offer unparalleled quality and value for the discerning pilot. With active noise reduction (ANR) technology, Lightspeed headphones can filter out cockpit noise caused by engines and air movement. Weighing in at less than 16 ounces, Lightspeed Aviation Headsets is a great choice for both long and short flights.
For pilots interested in the latest technology, all Lightspeed Aviation Headsets offer Bluetooth wireless connectivity. Listen to music from your MP3 player or other device while maintaining a constant communication link. When audio is transmitted from an airplane's transceiver, the Lightspeed Aviation Headsets will automatically reduce the sound level of any music that is playing. This ensures that pilots will always be able to hear important radio communications with crystal-clear audio.
Choose from the Sierra entry level ANR headset to the Zulu 3, 3rd Generation ANR. Choose Lightspeed and you won’t have to choose between weight and performance.