Ohio Powered Paragliding
Owner - Bruce Brown
Paramotor Sales, Service and Training since 1998
20683 Hull Prairie Rd , Bowling Green, OH 43402 in NorthWest Ohio
Near Toledo at the Crossroads of the Ohio Turnpike(I-80/90) and I -75
Trike + Quad
by the engine and the rotation of the prop in powered paragliders makes
radio communication extremely difficult, beside being uncomfortable and
even harmful to the ear. The new NAC Sidetone noise attenuation helmet
with top-quality earmuffs that protect the pilot's ears, and allows
noise-free radio communication thanks to the combination of a noise
microphone and the exclusive SRM22 sound monitoring system.
This completely NEW helmet design is Certified by the European Directive no 966 for Airborne Sport use.
Peltor Maximum noise attenuation, even at low frequencies (27 dB rating).
Sealing cups filled with fluid and foam.
Light helmet frame, specially designed for flying, with earmuffs that fold in two directions. When folded backwards, the helmet occupies minimum space for ease of transport and storage. When folded outwards, they allow the pilot to speak and hear before taking off. It only takes a gentle push to fix the earmuffs in their normal position.
Noise cancelling microphone reduces 90% of the engine noise.
NEW Duo sound monitoring circuit — when pressing the push-to-talk button the pilot can listen to her/his own voice through the headset and check the quality of the transmission, also avoiding the funny feeling of speaking without hearing your own voice.
Transmission delayed by almost one second to avoid being cut off: when the push to talk button is released transmission continues for a moment.
No battery consumption as long as there is no transmission, even when receiving. The circuit is activated only when the pilot presses the PTT button, which guarantees the long life of the 9V battery in the left earmuff (consumption under 10 milliamps).
Push to talk button conveniently located on the left cup to be pressed by the hand that does not handle the throttle.
Listen to music by connecting an Ipod or other music device to the audio input.
I love the Radio Ready Helmet; it is my favorite helmet. The noise cancellation mic is fantastic and the earmuffs are extremely comfortable and provide great noise suppression. I can run my engine at full power and still transmit with minimal background noise. Fellow pilots are often impressed with the clarity of transmissions. What I like is that I didn't make any modifications to the helmet, I just plugged in the radio and I was ready to go....
Jeff Thompson - Parastars Board Member - Tampa, Florida
20683 Hull Prairie Road
Bowling Green, OH 43402
Bruce Brown - Owner