The latest In-the-Ear technology now comes to you from CRAZEDpilot.com! Introducing the CRAZEDpilot CP-ITE1 IN-THE-EAR STEREO Aviation Headset, with comfort-fit ear buds and a molded design to fit comfortably in the ear. No sharp edges or expensive foam tips - simply select from the three washable rubber tips incldued for a proper fit. Excellent quality construction and easy to put on, you'll love this aviation headset for it's compact design, comfort, and ease of use. INCLUDES a custom fit hard shell carrying case with multiple pouches.
Simply hook the headset over your ears, insert the in-ear stereo speakers, and press inward to form a tight seal. The outer mold fits snugly inside the outer ear area. Stereo or mono selector switch with adjustable independent left and right volume controls. Holds firmly in place when turning your head and inverted flight. Includes two adjustable wire management clips.
As the BEST priced IN-THE-EAR headset on the market, CRAZEDpilot has once again brought excellent quality with great value in the CRAZEDpilot CP-ITE1. If you are not yet flying with our in the ear airplane headset, you should be...
Morris (Submitted on Feb 5th 2017)
The sound quality in my noisy Pitts is good. The Mic output is clear. ...Good overall value and a good option for hot cockpits.
Michael M Worley (Submitted on Jan 25th 2017)
A little update on the new CRAZEDpilot In-The-Ear Headset
As a commercial Remote Pilot I'm using the new in-ear-headset technology with a Yaesu FTA550 Handheld VHF Transceiver setup to monitor air traffic. This past weekend I used the two products to monitor light plane traffic on approach to my local airport six miles North of Half Moon Bay, CA and NOAA weather.
I flew my Inspire 1 on 3 autonomous and 2 manual flights knowing where I was in relationship to the airport just North of my position with a much better comfort zone. Manned pilots tend to vector to the airport along this Coastal community from many directions. What I've found is that I wasn't constantly looking up trying to locate light planes that I hear which have the tendency to fly below 400' AGL, but rather listen to the their approach over VHF.
I fly construction worksites that always seem to have small plane and helicopter traffic flying near, or below that 400' AGL ceiling we have as sUAS Remote Pilots. The added capability of wearing this unobtrusive headset underneath a hard hat while flying construction worksites is invaluable to me.
paul (Submitted on Nov 22nd 2016)
The microphone boom moves around a little too much. it's very slim and lightweight ..... Otherwise a great product for the $
Andy Lim (Submitted on Aug 29th 2016)
lightweight, quite comfortable when worn. The triangular shape of the ear-pieces fit nicely in ear, holding them in position. Sound quality quite good, with separate volume controls.