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Racing Electronics Platinum Qt-3 Headset, Noise Reduction, Passive Noise Cancel on


Rosamond, California, United States

Rosamond, California, United States
Good condition Platinum QT-3 active noise reduction with passive noise cancelling headset. Gel ear pads. Works great.
Brand:Racing Electronics Manufacturer Part Number:Platinum QT-3

Good used condition Racing Electronics Platinum QT-3 headset, active noise reduction with passive noise cancelling. Gel ear pads. $599.95 new on Racing Electronics.

"Our high quality, American made Platinum QT-3 headset combines Active Noise Reduction with Passive Noise Cancellation technologies and a Flex-Boom mounted Mil-Spec Noise Cancelling Microphone. The QT stands for "Quiet Talk," making the Platinum QT-3 our quietest headset yet! It is the same model you see on TV, worn by many high-profile crew chiefs. This top-of-the-line headset includes gel-filled earseals and 5-pin scanner option. Requires 9-volt battery (included)."

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