Keep in mind that the QuietComfort 2 is not a full headset all by itself -- it's just headphones. The aftermarket UFlyMike turns it into an aviation headset. Note that the adapter won't work with the QC3.Planning on upgrading to a Bose Quite Comfort 2 From the traditional David Clark 10.3.
Depends what you're flying. On a prop plane, you'd be better off with a traditional ANR headset. (I used a Lightspeed 20-3G in a 1900.) The Bose QC2 is just not powerful enough to drown out prop noise very well.Reviews?
You do know you can get an adapter for that... no need to get new headsets.I have one for sale, I used it for maybe 5 months or so then had to change jobs, I love the headset but can't use it in the airbus it has a different plugs. PM if anyone is intersted.