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Discussion in 'Flight Following' started by AK737pilot, Mar 14, 2023.
Looks like Bose may be coming out with a new headset.
This came across my Instagram feed today:
Bet they jump on the EQ bandwagon
Nice... Right after I held out for awhile & finally bought the Delta Zulu
The sound of wallets emptying across America, $1500 at a time... coming soon.
Here's to hoping they have a Bose X trade up program.
The picture I saw looked like something out of tue QC family. Obviously it's just a teaser and not very revealing but it looked like a smaller form factor than the 20.
I am still pinching pennies to save me $1195.
More pictures of the prototype here..
Doesn't look much different than an A20. How am I supposed to let all of my onlookers know that I can afford the latest and greatest?
Fake Bose name plates you put over your DC H10?
The one thing I hate about my Bose A20 is the volume rollers... the sliders on Lightspeeds are much easier to see and use. Doesn't look like that's changing!
Hopefully the included headset case will have A30 or A20+ or A20pro embroidered on it
That's an extra $250
What I'd like to see is instead of Left and Right ear volume controls, one switch controlling the intercom, the other switch controlling the radio volume.
That would be a pretty good trick considering the two signals are already combined by then.
Not familiar with how it all works. I thought with a two plug system, one was for radio and the other for intercom.
One plug is mic, the other ears.
That sounds like the best of 1940’s tech LOL.
Hang a big paper tag with the price on the mic boom. Take a selfie and post it on POA.
Everyone will go Oh Ah !
Lol, Bozebois…DC-OneX FTW
Yep. It will still sound better than any Lightspeed!
Needs forward and back buttons for controlling bluetooth audio
They look a little thicker, giving them better noise reduction via low tech sound proofing, but otherwise I don’t think they’ll be much noticeable noise reduction. Looks like you can adjust the level of noise reduction, is there anyone who thinks the A20s are too quiet? I have no trouble hearing my stall/gear warnings, I think the ANR circuitry allows certain frequencies to pass through.
I love my A20s and will keep 'em until they die (or until a trade-up program is announced) .
My only complaint is when bluetooth is connected it always has a flashy blue light that's annoying, particularly during night flight. It's kind of bright... But nothing a 1" strip of duct tape on my headset controller couldn't fix.