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EM-1® ANR Headset

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You cannot find a better performing ANR headset at any price.


EM-1® ANR Headset - $375.00

After years of research, Headsets, Inc.. has developed their own ANR headset. To make this excellent headset, they start with a great passive noise protection headset, then added their famous ANR system, currently in use world wide in over 10,000 headsets. As a result, independent laboratory and government field tests prove the EM-1 is extremely effective in protective your hearing from both high and low frequency noises.


  • High Fidelity Stereo: Connect this headset to your intercom, plug in your favorite music CD, and enjoy your cross country flight as never before.
  • Hardware: Headband, ear cups, and microphone boom hardware designed to last a lifetime.
  • Headband: Oregon Aero® SoftTop® provides unparalleled comfort to your headset.
  • Ear Cups: Coated with a soft rubberized material to increased passive noise attenuation.
  • Ear Seals: Gel ear seal designed to increase passive noise attenuation and ensure the best ANR system performance.
  • Microphone: Electret noise-canceling microphone.
  • Flexible Boom: Easily adjust to the position you desire.
  • Cord Assembly: Headsets, Inc. own integrated audio/power/microphone cable. Eliminates the need for the extra power cable for the ANR system. Can be used with the portable battery pack or with our panel mounted power converter.


  • Passive Noise Reduction: 24 dB NRR.
  • Active Noise Reduction: 21 dB at 200 Hz.


  • Weight: 17.6 oz.
  • Power supply: One 9 volt alkaline battery. (Last about 20 hours in conventional aircraft.)