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U Fly Mike And Bose Qc15 Anc Headset. on 2040-parts.com

US $317.00
Location:

San Diego, California, United States

San Diego, California, United States
Condition:Used Brand:U Fly Mike Warranty:No

1. U Fly Mike A100T microphone (non-TSO).
 
2. Included with the microphone is a Bose QC15 headset with case. There are some cosmetic scratches on the outside of the cups of the headset (see photos).

(Also included is an extra mic/extended boom (purchased from UFM). If the UFM is used from the right seat and the user wants the microphone on the right ear cup, then because the boom has to be positioned backwards, the standard boom is really not long enough to allow positioning of the mic in front of the mouth. The installed mic/boom on this for sale item is the standard length. If you want the longer mic/boom, UFM can install the included mic/extended boom for a service fee.)

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