What's outstanding features of UFQ ANR aviation headset A28
* Great Active Noise Reduction-Bose Grade ANR fuction
You'll hear and feel the difference immediately.
When the ANR is ON, low frequency noise cancellation improves by an
additional 18-24 dB.
*Bose quality Hi-Fi speakers for listen to music, always enjoy music in the sky
Great bass even without battery!
*Top comfortable leather ear seal Engineered to comfortably protect your ears on the longest cross country flights the same quality with Bose A20’s
*Lighte weight only 525g lighter than other similar type headsets
*Uses two AA batteries. Battery will last up to 48 hours depending on environment.
More 18 hours than other similar ANR aviation headset
Supports mono and stereo intercoms.
Low battery is indicated by a flashing red LED light.
Headset will operate as normal PNR headset with low or no battery power.
*Noise-canceling electret Microphone--crystal clear communication
* Super Soft Double Foam Head Pad, Always comfortable during long time flying.
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I considered several headsets before I made my purchase. The low cost of the UFQ A28 made it seem like a good choice, but I was a little nervous about an unknown brand with very few reviews. I took a chance and I'm very happy with my purchase.
I've had the headset for several months now and I have used them on several flights. I'm still on the original set of AA batteries (which I don't think were included with my purchase - if they were, I just put in some Energizers instead of whatever came with the headset).
The Active Noise Reduction (ANR) works surprisingly well for a headset in this price range. My flying club has a Bose Aviation X ANR headset that I used to use routinely, but my A28 works almost just as well, so I don't use the club's headset anymore.
It came with a nice bag. It smelled a little funny for the first few days, but it's odorless now.
I post a lot of aviation videos to YouTube under the username dan_der_flieger. You can get a good sense of how well the headset works by listening to the audio in several of my most recent videos. I've also added a short video to this review. You can't hear the ANR in the video (that magic happens in the ear cups and I get the audio into my camera through a cable before the ANR does anything with it). But you DO get a feel for how well the microphone works compared to the cheap headset my son is using. The mic is just as important as the ANR, in my opinion.
2) Mike Rolfson---Delivers quality and value.
5.0 out of 5 stars April 5, 2018 Verified Purchase
Was concerned about the quality due to the price and bad grammar in the description (common with products from China). After about a month, I was finally able to use them on a flight where I found they work very well. The ANR, sound quality and microphone were very good. Exceeded my expectation for the price.
March 18, 2019 verified Purchase
5.0 out of 5 stars February 6, 2018 Verified Purchase
The ANC gives a much better noise cancellation, especially for the engine noise.
Distortion of the side-tone while sending disappeared by readjusting the side-tone SIT of the KTR2 board radio to a lower level and the mike amplification of the KTR2 to the half. Even with the ANC switched of, the mike signal level is sufficient. I optimized the adjustments of my KTR2 board radio for the UFQ28 headset.
The guidance manual of the UFQ28 mentions only an eventual adjustment requirement of the SQUELCH of the board radio. I advise all customers of this nice and low cost ANC headset rather consider the adjustments of the side-tone SIT signal and the mike amplification.
I can not evaluate the intercom use, because I use it in a one-seater.
Advantages: much better passive noise reduction than the Bose headset. Battery lasts a ling time. Very quiet ANR. Solidly built. Heavy duty cord and plugs. Auxiliary input jack for 1/8 inch input from phone.
Disadvantages: these are bulkier than the Bose (that may or may not be an issue for each individual). Not as many "custom" sound adjustments as the Bose. No bluetooth.
The reduced cost of technology makes quality items so inexpensive now; if you used to wear a set of David Clarks, these will blow you away. Enough said.