Aloft Technologies™ Introduces Stereo Sound in the World’s Finest Ultra-Light, Passive Noise Reduction Aviation Headset

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Aloft Technologies introduces a performance break-through, adding stereo fidelity sound to the worldÂ?s most comfortable, lightweight aviation headset. The new Clarity Aloft stereo headset will be unveiled at the EAA AirVenture Fly-In in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, July 25- 31.

Aloft Technologies introduces a performance break-through, adding stereo fidelity sound to the world’s most comfortable, lightweight aviation headset. The new Clarity Aloft stereo headset will be unveiled at the EAA AirVenture Fly-In in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, July 25 - 31. Previously the Clarity Aloft headset was offered in monaural only. Technical officers at Aloft Technologies anticipate high acceptance in the marketplace for a pilot headset that exceeds the sound fidelity typically offered by competitors.

"The magnitude of requests for stereo sound from existing and potential customers has driven this new product offering," explained Bill Waterman, President of Aloft Technologies. "AirVenture attendees look for new product offerings every year, and visitors to our booth will have new features and benefits to consider in the Clarity Aloft stereo headset." Aloft Technologies will offer free product demonstrations throughout the week during the Fly-In.

One core advantage behind the move to stereo is that pilots and passengers with any sort of differential hearing loss can benefit from setting the sound level of the left and right speakers separately. The headsets will have volume control, as well as a separate balance control, a more robust feature than the dual volume controls used in other stereo aviation headsets.

The new Clarity Aloft stereo aviation headset will also feature a stereo audio input. This will allow pilots to listen to their iPods or CD players in full stereo sound during their leisure time. Best of all, there is no need for batteries due to the headsets ability to draw only a small amount of power from the aircraft panel.

According to Bill Waterman, "many customers who purchased the original mono version are trading up to the stereo version and Aloft Technologies predicts that demand for the new headsets will be high."

Aloft Technologies, headquartered in Maple Grove, MN, produces high quality, technologically advanced aviation products. For information contact Aloft Technologies at 612-747-3197 or visit http://www.clarityaloft.com

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