David Clark announces the new DC One-X headset

The David Clark DC ONE-X ANR Headset features a great combination of comfort, technology and durability. david clarke

Offering hybrid electronic noise cancellation, blue tooth wireless technology, fail-safe operation, digital signal processing technology, audio mute, stereo/mono selection, and a five year warranty, and comes with a host of features not found in any other David Clark headset.

The new One-x includes a rugged, yet lightweight alloy suspension system with adjustable headband and swivel hinge stirrups. This ensures a personalized fit  for just about any head size and allows for accurate distribution of weight.

The One-X is designed to fit completely around the ear, which offers a better seal, especially when wearing eyeglasses, and results in better noise attenuation.  Leatherette-covered memory foam ear seals reduce heat buildup and absorb  pressure around the ear while a soft, vented head pad does the same for your head..

Like many modern headsets, The One-X includes active noise cancellation via two microphones. One microphone is positioned on the exterior of the headphone dome (the feed forward portion of the circuit). The second is placed inside the dome adjacent to the speaker (the feedback of the circuit). Both microphones send sampled noise signals into a noise cancellation processor, creating an anti-noise signal.  The signal is then amplified and passed along to the speaker inside of the earcup. This advanced, Hybrid Electronic Cancellation technology delivers extraordinary ANR performance to this headset.

One-X is equipped with wireless Bluetooth which is easy to pair with excellent wireless entertainment input audio quality and has a control for muting the Bluetooth music. The audio quality is comparable to all headsets on the market today.

The One-X also collapses for compact storage for the soft carry bag.

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