eHam.net - Amateur Radio (Ham Radio) Community

Call Search
     

New to Ham Radio?
My Profile

Community
Articles
Forums
News
Reviews
Friends Remembered
Strays
Survey Question

Operating
Contesting
DX Cluster Spots
Propagation

Resources
Calendar
Classifieds
Ham Exams
Ham Links
List Archives
News Articles
Product Reviews
QSL Managers

Site Info
eHam Help (FAQ)
Support the site
The eHam Team
Advertising Info
Vision Statement
About eHam.net


Reviews Categories | Headphones & Boom-mic Headsets | David Clark H10-00 Help


Reviews Summary for David Clark H10-00
David Clark H10-00 Reviews: 2 Average rating: 3.5/5 MSRP: $(missing—add MSRP)
Description: Aviation headphones that go well with many older rigs
Product is in production.
More info: http://
Email Subscription
You are not subscribed to this review.

Subscribe!
My Subscriptions
Subscriptions Help

You can write your own review of the David Clark H10-00.

WA1GZY Rating: 2/5 Apr 22, 2009 03:29 Send this review to a friend
BoneCrusher!  Time owned: 0 to 3 months
The Good:
I recently purchased the David Clark 10S-DC as I was impressed with the reported quality audio comments. I can confirm the unit passively rejects external noise and works well with my FT 736R for satellite communications.

The Not So Good:
If you have peanuts for brains, this will produce a good measure of "peanut butter" with the clamping force of a strong wood press! David "Clamp" is a more appropriate appellation.
The fast moving LEO (low earth orbiting) satellites are in range for a 10 - 20 minute pass which is about all one can take of this new torture device.

The Ugly:
For $218, I expected a comfortable, top quality aviation grade headset. I now have an aviation-grade headache!

 
N2DE Rating: 5/5 Nov 26, 2008 10:57 Send this review to a friend
Perfect  Time owned: more than 12 months
I have used these headphones for many years with my Drake TR7A, and they are perfect for me. They completely block out outside noise, and they are comfortable to wear for many hours (with the gell cell ear cushions). These phones have 150 Ohm impedance, so they may not work with many newer rigs which are designed for low-impedance, but if your rig can drive them, they are hard to beat.
 


If you have any questions, problems, or suggestions about Reviews, please email your Reviews Manager.