The DC PRO-X2 Series is a next generation version of the popular DC PRO-X Series headset line introduced by David Clark Company in 2012. The DC PRO-X2 Series is ideal for both general aviation (private) and commercial aviation (airline, corporate and transport) pilots that prefer the superior comfort, dramatically reduced clamping pressure and lightweight design (under 8 ounces) of a ‘rest-on-ear’ style headset.
DC PRO-X2 Series headsets also retain all of the features of the original DC PRO-X Series.
I use this headset in a cessna with a climb prop, which gets noisy. The headset performs well with noise cancellation and being able to make phone calls with the built-in bluetooth is simply amazing! My previous headset, a Bose QC35 with UFlyMike was great in quieter machines such as the Embraer jet but couldnt keep up with the noisy cessna prop!
Really Excellent Headset Lightweight Soft comfort Non Bulky Has Bluetooth I saw online that KC-10 pilots use it! Star liner astronauts suits are made by David Clark Corporation!
Headset ANR works great! I would like more padding on the head band itself and a shirt clip. The shirt clip keeps it from pulling down from the weight of the cord. I’ll just take the one off my old headset.
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There is no specific aircraft list. Depending on how loud the aircraft is, an "over ear" style like the David Clark One-X may provide more noise reduction, however, some piston pilots still prefer the comfort and feel of the Pro X2.