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lightspeed_zuluJan. 10, 2008, Corona, CA – The new Lightspeed Zulu Headsets are now available through Aircraft Spruce & Specialty.


January 10, 2008
By Stacy Bradshaw

lightspeed_zuluJan.
10, 2008, Corona, CA – The new Lightspeed Zulu Headsets are now
available through Aircraft Spruce & Specialty. Incorporating
magnesium in place of plastic ear cups, the new Zulu headsets are
extremely durable, and weigh in at only 13 ounces. The magnesium is ten
times more effective than plastic in reflecting cockpit noise.

The Zulu headband features a very thin, flexible spring steel that
provides an excellent fit with 40 percent less side, or “clamping”,
pressure. Soft, smooth leather surrounds the extra wide ear seals that
are filled with temperature sensitive foam which are half the thickness
of other pads. The magnesium ear cups are significantly smaller in
profile than other headsets. Four types of composite plastics have been
incorporated to dampen noise within the headsets, providing an optimal
quiet experience.

Bluetooth technology, built into the headsets, allows cell phone or MP3
players to be connected wirelessly. The Zulu headset, which sells for
$850, looks different, fits different, sounds different and provides
long term usage without that “crushing” sensation that typically
develops after an hour of flying with a headset.

Zulu headsets by Lightspeed can be ordered online at www.AircraftSpruce.com or by calling 866.4SPRUCE; overseas call 1.951. 372.9555.