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FARO® G2 ANR Aviation Headset

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Clarity. Comfort. Cost.
Learn Why Everyone Is Talking About the Faro G2!

What’s the Best Aviation Headset in 2016?
Headphones Unboxed gives the Faro G2 a 4.6 rating out of 5.0 and ranks it ahead of Lightspeed ZULU.2, ASA HS-1, David Clark DC PRO-X Hybrid and Lightspeed SIERRA.
•“The active noise reduction (ANR) does a great job of cancelling out engine noise while still allowing you enough outside noise to be alert.”
•“The ear cushions are soft and comfortable … can be worn for multiple hours without any issues.”
•“It’s the best choice if you’re looking for the best and most affordable aviation headset. You get a lot of value for the money.”

Best Aviation Headsets rates the Faro G2 number 2 on its list of Top 5 ahead of the Lightspeed ZULU.2, David Clark H10-30 and the David Clark DC PRO-X.
  • “Features some of the most comfortable pair of soft headphones you could imagine. The extra comfy soft cushion makes the headset feel so light and is perfect for prolonged cross-country flying.”
  • “Innovative fully flexible microphone beam with wind screen allows ATC as well as your associates to listen to you loud and clear.”
  • “Makes use of front electret technology which gives great noise cancellation, plus the microphone continues to be      improved upon to provide high-quality crystal clear transmission.”
  • “Definitely a great buy for all pilots.”
  • Active Noise Cancelling (ANR)*
  • Amazing Noise Reduction- Up to 26 db in Passive Operation
  • Only 13 oz (without cord assembly)
  • Large Comfortable Head Pad
  • Soft leather like Earseals
  • MP3/iPod/iPhone/iPad/Android Input (3.5 mm auxiliary cable included)
  • High-performance Noise Cancelling Electret Microphone
  • Flexible Mic Boom with Detent Positioning
  • Advanced Dual Volume Control
  • Engineered and Assembled in the USA
  • 3-Year Replacement Warrant
  • Lifetime Wear and Tear Protection Program

**FARO® also provides a Life-Time replacement program for accidental damage, including drops, water, and power surges. Customers can simply return the damaged product and get a replacement headset at 50% of the price.