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All headphones we support with our Avee microphones have internal that lasts some 20-30 hrs to support the ANR (acoustic noise reduction).
If this battery goes flat, the ANR will simply stop working.
However, the headset will still provide ATC & intercom audio even if it can sound a little different.
We still recommend ensuring your headphones are completely charged before flight.
Only the Bose 700 will give you a low battery warning. The other headset will giver you a visual warning with a blinking led only.
No, when these headsets are connected to the Avee microphone, the internal Bluetooth is shut off.
A Bluetooth connections to mobile devices can still be achieved by using the Avee BlueLink.
Yes, you can choose to automatically mute phone calls or music when ATC or intercom audio is detected.
The BlueLink has a range of settings for handling this.
We also have a feature called Silent Cockpit. Simply select the ‘silent cockpit’ key on your Bluetooth Controller to mute music and reject any incoming calls—a useful feature when flying into busy airports.
As on all electronical equipment, you can also get the familiar GSM buzzing when using the Avee microphone.
If this occurs try moving your mobile device (including tablets) away from all Avee cables.
We also recommend turning off GSM while in flight, even if GSM transceivers will not introduce any critical issues for the Avee microphones.
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