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Old January 14th 04, 11:47 AM
Richard Muin
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I bought today the Bose® Aviation Headset X - Battery Power (NEW IMPROVED
VERSION).

How do i know if this headset is the new improved version or the old one?

pls help me!!!

THX, RICHARD



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Old January 14th 04, 03:13 PM
Kyler Laird
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Richard Muin writes:

How do i know if this headset is the new improved version or the old one?


There are at least a couple of "new improved" versions. I would look
for the small AA battery holder to know that it's the newest one of
which I'm aware.

--kyler
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Old January 14th 04, 03:27 PM
Richard Muin
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maybe sb. can give me a picture of the battery holder. at bose.com there is
no pic available... :-(

richard

Richard Muin writes:

How do i know if this headset is the new improved version or the old one?


There are at least a couple of "new improved" versions. I would look
for the small AA battery holder to know that it's the newest one of
which I'm aware.

--kyler


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Old January 14th 04, 09:12 PM
Kyler Laird
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Richard Muin writes:

There are at least a couple of "new improved" versions. I would look
for the small AA battery holder to know that it's the newest one of
which I'm aware.


maybe sb. can give me a picture of the battery holder. at bose.com there is
no pic available... :-(


No picture should be necessary. Either it takes a 9V battery or (1.5V) AA
batteries. (If it takes a 9V battery, the next thing to check is the head
strap. The newer ones have a patch of wool.)

I think there is a picture in a recent Flying magazine though.

--kyler
 




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