Bose A20 ANR Aviation Headset with Bluetooth, Dual GA Plug (Rental)
The A20 headset gives you 30% greater noise reduction than conventional aviation headsets, so you’ll enjoy a peaceful flight from short stops to long hauls. And at just 12 ounces, with sheepskin cushions and minimal clamping force, it's one of the lightest and most comfortable aviation headsets you’ll find. All designed to let you focus on what matters—flying.
Simple, intuitive operation
The ergonomic control module includes an auxiliary audio input with intercom/AUX priority switching, ideal for dedicated GPS and traffic warning systems. It also features a customizable audio prioritization control with “mute” and “mix” settings, and flexible power circuitry with auto-on that switches to and from battery power and aircraft power. Select models also include Bluetooth connectivity for taking calls or listening to music.
For all types of aircraft
The A20 Aviation Headset is available in dual plug, 6-pin plug and U174 plug models and a variety of configurations designed for use in all types of general aviation aircraft, including helicopters.
ACCLAIMED NOISE REDUCTION
30% greater active noise reduction than conventional aviation headsets.
COMFORTABLE, STABLE FIT
30% less clamping force than conventional aviation headsets.
ACTIVE EQUALIZATION FOR ENHANCED AUDIO
Automatically shapes and equalizes incoming signals for enhanced clarity and intelligibility.
Wirelessly connect to your Bluetooth-enabled devices.
CUSTOMIZABLE AUDIO PRIORITIZATION
Choose “mute” to immediately mute an auxiliary audio signal when receiving a communication. Choose “mix” to mix in-bound communication with your Bluetooth or plugged-in audio signal.
Certified to FAA TSO and E/TSO-C139a standards.
Connect the mic to either the left or right earcup.
45+ HOUR BATTERY LIFE
From just two AA batteries.
- A20 Aviation Headset:8.4" H x 6.3" W x 3.2" D (12 oz)
WHAT'S IN THE BOX
- A20 Aviation Headset
- In-line clothing clip
- Control module
- 2 AA batteries
- Aux-in cable adapter
- Carrying case