How it works: The NFlightMic Nomad is an aviation microphone that can be attached to any headset using the included 3M Dual Lock.
The NFlightMic has a 2.5mm audio output that can be plugged into the headset's auxiliary audio input.
The NFlightMic Nomad accepts 3.5mm audio inputs, allowing you to listen to music while you fly. It also has a mono/stereo selector switch, making it compatible with both mono and stereo aircraft intercoms.
The NFlightMic Nomad plugs into standard PJ or twin-plug jacks on any fixed-wing aircraft.
Try it for 30 days. If you are not completely happy, we will refund your money.
Unconditional Lifetime Warranty: If you send us a broken NFlightMic, we will replace it up to two times, even if the damage is from abuse.
Compatible with: Bose QC25, Bose QC35, Bose QC35ii or any other headset with a 2.5mm auxiliary audio input. Please note: The Bluetooth capability of the Bose QC35 is disabled when the mic is plugged in.
Can also be easily converted to be compatible with headsets with 3.5mm auxiliary audio inputs with the use of a 2.5mm-to-3.5mm adapter
Popular headsets with a 2.5mm-to-3.5mm adapter: Sony 1000
Connections: Standard twin-plug PJ-style 3/16-inch and 1/4-inch aviation connectors
Supports both mono and stereo aircraft intercoms
Audio output: 2.5mm, 3-pole male connector
Auxiliary Audio Input: 3.5mm
Cable length: 2 meters or 78 inches
Audio output cable length: 10 centimeters or 4 inches
Flexible boom microphone length: 20 centimeters or 8 inches
Output volume: adjustable
Attachment to headset: 3M Dual Lock circles (3M adhesive is removable without a trace.)
Included accessories: shirt clip for strain relief, 3.5mm auxiliary audio cable, two extra 3M Dual Lock pads
Frequency response: 200 Hz - 6000 Hz
Maximum SPL: 114 dB
Terminating impedance: 220-2200 ohms
Operating voltage: 8V-16V DC
Knudson Las Vegas
Very Good! BlueTooth module works great and doesn’t cut out when ATC talks, just like my Bose A20! #TwoThumbsUp
Excellent quality and customer service
I purchased one of the original mics and now also have the new Nomad. After a year of service with the original I had no complaints but maybe a couple things that could be improved upon. Obviously others felt the same, as the Nomad includes several of those improvements. The mic and cords appear heavier duty, the volume control is better positioned and the addition of the audio input is great. I don’t think anyone would be disappointed with the original, but the Nomad is clearly a notch or two better. I’ve used both these headsets in 121 ops as well as SE piston flying. My wife loves that she finally gets a decent ANR headset and mic and it doesn’t break the bank. I’ll be adding a couple more for the backseat before long!
So far so good.
Saved me $700! (Already had QC35's)
This kit allowed me to turn my Bose QC35 into an aviation headset for $300. I was concerned about the ANR in a piston plane, but I'm extremely impressed with the noise deadening. The stall indicator is almost too quiet, and take-off / cruise flight is perfectly manageable! The microphone is crystal clear, and people can't believe I'm using this Nflightmic and not a $1000 A20! I did have to adjust the squelch in the aircraft to pick up my voice, but once it was dialed in, it was perfectly clear. I would highly recommend this kit, and cant wait to try out the bluetooth module next so I can still get my alerts from Foreflight.
Review of NFlightMic Headset attachment
The S/M switch appeared to be reversed. Attempted to troubleshoot why I was only hearing volume from the left side earpiece when talking and playing music. It turned out that the Stereo mono switch was mislabeled. As soon as I switched to M I was able to hear the music in stereo as well as a normal balanced intercom sound from both earpieces while talking. Otherwise so far a great product. Tested on the ground hope to go flying tomorrow to check the mic quality while airborne with a BOSE Q35 iii.