Headsets in jets

thunderworm

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hey f&b remeber the long ago days in the far away when you had to wear dc. that was an enterinty for you but the very near present for me. glad that some have found the light at the end of the tunnel while the rest of us are still mole rats. keep it real homie.peace
 

PUNISHER

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I use the Telex 5X5 in Lears, They are very comfortable but provide none if any hearing protection. Just wondering if anyone has any experience with other headsets in aircraft without intercoms.
 

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Don't have it made yet. Just finished the systems test, now the hard part. Time for CPT and the sim. Should be fun.
As goofy as it sounds, I miss SE this time of year. Tourists are leaving, and lots of beer to drink.
 
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Yeah, you've got it man. SE is the best. That LDA-2 into Juneau was always fun. All that "VFR" flying too...

See you out there.
 

thunderworm

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lda-2 please. only if i keep my eyes closed.
 

blingair

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I'd give my last testicle for an Alaskan Amber bout now. Shiner Bock is a pour substitute.
 

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blingair said:
I'd give my last testicle for an Alaskan Amber bout now. Shiner Bock is a pour substitute.

I'm working on a case of it right while watching The Aviator. God, Hollywood sucks....
 
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Shiner Bock's better than Lone Star (which is not bad by the way), but TX is a long way from SE. All good there there too, good luck bro.
 

blingair

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ATRCAPT said:
I'm working on a case of it right while watching The Aviator. God, Hollywood sucks....
Dude your killing me. I like the part in the Aviator where the landing gear slices thru the roof of a house for several seconds without shearing off the main landing gear or pitching the nose forward into the house...but if I batted for the other team that Leo would do it for me. Going to the Tonk tonight by myself with my "Cowboys are Fags" t-shirt on...haven't had a broken nose in while;hit the ones you can, run away from the ones you can't. Cheers! P.S. Mr. big jet man: last week eh? Sad. So sad.
 
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WMUSIGPI

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psysicx said:
Whats wrong with DC's in a jet? Thats all the mil uses.

No kidding. I used DC's in the Lear and in the Avro. Though I haven't used earplugs with them since leaving the J-ball
 

blingair

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WMUSIGPI said:
No kidding. I used DC's in the Lear and in the Avro. Though I haven't used earplugs with them since leaving the J-ball
Are the Jetstreams still around?
 

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blingair said:
I like the part in the Aviator where the landing gear slices thru the roof of a house for several seconds without shearing off the main landing gear or pitching the nose forward into the house...but if I batted for the other team that Leo would do it for me. Cheers!

Leo? like, whatever! David Hasselhoff would have been much better in that role! He can sing too! I never heard Leo belt out any tunes lately. Plus his chest isn't hairy enough.

My C-172's gear could probably slice through a roof no problem, you haven't seen my landings...I don't know what you're flying!
 
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