ProFlight Aviation Headset

Sold from 2018 - present

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Intermittent audio from product

If the sound played from your product cuts in and out, plays inconsistently or is choppy-sounding, try the following:

Determine if any recent changes have been made to the headset or aircraft.

If any changes or modifications have been made to either the headset or the aircraft, look into whether or not those changes could have unexpectedly caused this issue.

Check if the issue occurs only with the control module switch in the MUTE / top position.

Set the control module's mode switch to the bottom position for OFF (Intercom Only) mode. If there is no issue in Intercom Only mode, but the issue persists using MUTE (Intercom Prioritized) mode, there could be sound getting into the microphone.

In MUTE mode, any audio received from the intercom always takes priority. For example, if the microphone brushes up against something or is breathed into, that sound comes from the intercom and will take priority causing any non-intercom audio to mute. Adjust the squelch setting or reposition the mic/cable to avoid unwanted noise entering the mic.

Replace the cables used to connect your product

Try replacing the cables that connect your product. If no issue is heard with new cables, the first set of cables is the issue.

Try connecting a different Bluetooth® device.

If your Bose product can connect to another device, Bluetooth functionality is working. In cases like this, the issue could be with the first device or its settings.

Plug in a different headset.

If available, connect a different headset to the aircraft to determine if the issue is related to the aircraft panel or its settings.

Connect the headset to a different panel jack or, if possible, to another aircraft.

Non-TSO equipment, worn jacks/loose connections, or incorrectly wired jacks (i.e. reversed stereo or mic / ground wires) in the aircraft can cause issues. If available, try connecting the headset to another jack in the aircraft or to jacks in a separate aircraft. If the headset works fine when connected elsewhere, the panel jack or wiring to the jack is the issue.

If the issue occurs with a certain source, select it below for more help.

When listening to a device connected to the 1/8" (3.5 mm) auxiliary input

When using a Bluetooth® device

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If the steps provided do not resolve your issue, your product may need service. Follow the link below for more information on how to service your product. Depending on your product and region, you will be provided a contact number or the ability to setup service online.

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