Airplane, Trains and other Things
Read what FlightTech Intercom Users are Saying.
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Great Gorge over the Ruth Glacier in the Alaska Range
I recently purchased a 404SP from Aircraft Spruce and I couldn't be happier with it. Your ENRI technology is the best I have ever used in an intercom and it has transformed my Glastar the quietest airplane that I have ever flown. I used the built in intercom in my Garmin SL40 for 3 years and it is functional but I wanted to integrate stereo music, cell phone, and audible warnings from my EFIS/EMS. I got everything I was looking for in the 404SP and the ENRI technology works as advertised and better than expected. This unit works well with the Quiet Technolgies Halo, Bose X, and David Clark H10-13S headsets once the adjustments were made. I can switch back and forth without requiring any adjustments to the intercom. My wife is thrilled with the difference the addition of this intercom has made. Any addition that makes her more comfortable will ultimately result in me/us flying more.
I've installed the ITC-402P intercom in my open cockpit Great Lakes and am astounded with the intelligibility of my conversations with the other cockpit. The ENRI works even at takeoff power. Quite a little gadget and I'm very happy with the results.
The ITC-401-23 ENRI portable intercom I purchased is working great in the
Bill Weaver and his Shinn/Varga
Well great news. I have installed the ITC-402P in
my Shinn/Varga. The results are outstanding!
I couldn't be more satisfied with the performance of my ITC-2004 ENRI Portable intercom system. It's another Unique application of your systems this time on a high speed road tractor. It is being used in an extremely noisy environment. My Mercedes Benz 1977 Unimog Doka creates an incredible amount of noise at highway speeds. It was all but impossible to hear the passengers unless we were yelling. The large diesel engine sits high in the cab with you on this model (416) and the tire noise is amplified as it resonates in the cabin. Instead of the extensive sound proofing that can have limited results I tried a Flight Tech intercom and a few simple adjustments knocked out all of the background noise. Amazing. This system will make the truck a pleasure to take on longer trips.
I want to let you know how happy I am with my Flighttech ITC-404SP intercom. My application is not the "Normal" installation. My intercom is in a Speeder, also known as a Railroad Motorcar. I had some questions about my application and I got very fast and good information. It is a vast improvement on the original installation of another brand I first had. I would not hesitate to recommend your product to anyone needing an intercom, whether it is going to be installed in an aircraft, a railcar, or any other type of vehicle.
Thank you. Rod
My application is not exactly an airplane, it's installed in a railroad motor car, also known as a Speeder. The car is an aluminum box on steel wheels, that is very noisy at track speed, due to the noise from the engine and from the steel wheels banging on the rail joints.
I tried two other intercom brands, one had a manual audio squelch and the second had an automatic audio squelch. At track speed, normal conversation was impossible with these intercoms. I recently purchased the ITC-401TC intercom system. The intercom works very well, virtually eliminating the background noise from both passenger and radio communications. I would recommend the ITC-401TC to anyone considering installation of an intercom system into a railroad motor car.
June 30, 2003:
Many thanks for a great product.
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