Aloft Technologies to Demonstrate the World's Most Technologically Advanced Lightweight Aviation Headset at the NBAA Convention by thevo

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									Aloft Technologies to Demonstrate the World’s Most Technologically Advanced Lightweight Aviation Headset at the NBAA Convention Aloft Technologies announced today that it will be demonstrating the world's most technologically advanced lightweight aviation headset at the NBAA Convention for the first time on November 9-11, 2005 in Orlando, Florida. (PRWEB) October 24, 2005 -- Aloft Technologies announced today that it will be demonstrating the world's most technologically advanced lightweight aviation headset at the NBAA Convention for the first time. The Clarity Aloft Headset will be demonstrated at the Orange County Convention Center during the NBAA Convention on November 9-11, 2005 in Orlando, Florida. Aloft Technologies will be found in the expo at booth #639. For additional information contact Aloft Technologies at 612-747-3197 or visit www.ClarityAloft.com. For more information on the NBAA Convention, visit www.NBAA.org The Clarity Aloft Headset weighs only 1.5 ounces, provides patented self-molding ear tips to achieve superior sound clarity, comfort, and 35-45 decibels of passive noise reduction. Aloft Technologies has succeeded in merging the most advanced technologies from the fields of hearing science, aviation communications, and performance audio into one streamlined aviation headset design, the Clarity Aloft Headset. The Clarity Aloft Headset provides patented self-molding ear tips to achieve superior sound clarity and comfort while providing 35-45 decibels of passive noise reduction. “The Clarity Aloft Headset is revolutionizing the aviation headset industry,” said Bill Waterman, President of Aloft Technologies. “The lightweight design, noise reduction, and sound clarity are exactly what pilots have been looking for.” Also available in a stereo fidelity sound model, the Clarity Aloft Headset offers pilots and passengers with any sort of differential hearing loss the option of setting the sound level of the left and right speakers separately. The volume and balance controls are separate, a more robust feature than the dual volume controls used in other stereo aviation headsets. Clarity Aloft has developed a stereo audio input feature for their headsets, allowing pilots more versatility with other media devices such as CD players. Due to its passive feature, there is no need for batteries since it draws only a small amount of power from the aircraft panel. Aloft Technologies, headquartered in Maple Grove, MN, produces high quality, technologically advanced products. For additional information contact Aloft Technologies at 612-747-3197 or visit www.ClarityAloft.com


								
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