LightSPEED's 21st-Century Passive: The QFR "Solo"

In 1997, LightSPEED Aviation stood the aviation headset market on its ear when the company introduced an under-$500 ANR unit comparable in quiet and comfort to Bose’s kilobuck model. Now, they’ve done it again. AVweb editor-in-chief Mike Busch just flew across the country with LightSPEED’s new $150 QFR "Solo" passive headset, and reports that it’s the quietest and lightest passive ever. As if that wasn’t enough, the company plans to introduce an even quieter ANR version next month, priced at (are you ready?) less than $280. You’ll find all the gory details and photos in Mike’s review.

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