The Bose® A20® Aviation Headset

Reduce Noise. Increase Mission Effectiveness.

Military studies show that reducing noise allows for improved communications and mission effectiveness. That's why we introduced active noise reducing headsets to military aircrews across the world more than 20 years ago, forever changing the way crews fly critical missions.

This time, our objective was to improve on the standard set by our Aviation Headset X®—a mission-critical part of military operations worldwide, with a proven record of performance in aircraft like the B-2, C-130, AWACS and the KC-135.

The new Bose A20 aviation headset is specifically designed for the high noise levels that military aircrews experience. It features significantly greater noise reduction, and an improved level of comfort and clear audio. It also meets or exceeds all FAA standards, offers responsive customer support and is made in the US.

Set up a trial flight for yourself and your crews. For more details on government acquisition, and to participate in our military evaluation program at no cost or obligation, please submit the form below.

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 Single plug (U174)
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 electronics for noise cancelling)
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