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Bose launches new Bose ProFlight Series 2 Aviation Headset

Posted 22 July 2019 · Add Comment

Bose’s latest headset designed for corporate jet and commercial aircraft pilots was unveiled at Oshkosh today.


The new Bose ProFlight Series 2 Aviation Headset - designed for pilots operating in low to moderate noise conditions -builds on the advanced technology of the original ProFlight Aviation Headset, the Bose ProFlight Series 2 combines customer feedback with Bose’s world-renowned engineering and is the most lightweight, compact and comfortable aviation headset Bose has ever produced.
The new ProFlight Series 2 is expected to be available worldwide beginning in September. 
This is the latest addition to Bose’s aviation headset lineup, which also includes the Bose A20, a headset designed for pilots flying louder turboprop and piston engine aircraft. Engineered for the way pilots fly, the new ProFlight Series 2 offers numerous updates and enhancements, including a much thinner, lighter and more flexible cable providing increased freedom of movement, improved on-head stability and lower on-head weight, updates to tap control that improve the accuracy and responsiveness to further optimize communication outside the intercom, improved low mode noise cancellation designed to optimize communication outside the use of the intercom, a non-Bluetooth headset variant, and an option for custom-molded eartips provided by Bose’s approved partner, Avery Sound.

“Bose is excited to introduce improvements to the industry’s smallest and lightest active noise cancelling aviation headset available,” said Burack. “We spoke with numerous corporate and airline pilots about their work environment and received valuable input that helped our engineers deliver a refined headset ideally suited for their unique flight deck and cockpit environments - where noise is pervasive, comfort is required and communication is critical.”

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