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SH40-10 Carbon Fibre Passive Headset

£199.95

New for 2018 is the SEHT SH40 series of headsets. Utilising Carbon Fibre technology we have managed to drastically reduce the weight of the traditional headset while still retaining an impressive 22dB of passive noise reduction! We didnt stop there we have utilised our superior and lightweight synthetic leather ear seals as well as designing a smaller noise cancelling electret microphone and thinner boom arm to bring the weight on your head down to an unbelievable 300 grams!!

Description

The SH40-10 Headset features superb noise reduction performance for crystal clear radio communication and attractive, light-weight Carbon Fibre shell.

  • 5-year SEHT warranty
  • Breathable faux kid-leather ear seals as standard
  • Impressive passive attenuation
  • Carbon-Fibre shell headset
  • Lightweight 300gram set

Additional information

Connection

Aero Twin Connector, Helicopter Connector

1 review for SH40-10 Carbon Fibre Passive Headset

  1. FLYER Magazine

    Carbon-fibre is a strong, lightweight wonder material, but is there really any benefit in making a headset out of it? SEHT obviously pondered that and with the new SH 40-10, proved there actually is.

    Apart from the headband’s steel top, pretty much everything’s carbon-fibre, and there’s a smaller microphone on a thinner boom. All that helps the SH 40-10 tip the scales at 300g, around sixty per cent the weight of comparable plastic and steel units. Picking a pair up for the first time, you’ll expect them to be heavier and really notice the reduced mass when you move your head. The synthetic leather ear seals feel great and are comfy – I’d have liked it to be used on the headpad, which although it does does an adequate job, just doesn’t look or feel as nice to the touch. Well, I suspect you can’t have it all when something’s built to this price point. Although they’re only passive-attenuating, the noise reduction is rated at 22db, typical for a non-ANR unit, and the audio quality was good when making and receiving calls.

    The headset certainly feels like it’ll last, though how good that shiny finish will look after a few hundred hours will depend on how careful you are. Would I buy a pair? If I only had £200 to spend, definitely. They’re easily worth the extra £50-60 over the most common low-cost passive units.EH

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