HearPeers Heroes Mary Beth Posted December 5, 2018 HearPeers Heroes Report Share Posted December 5, 2018 I am re-evaluating how to listen comfortably on long international flights. My go to tech for listening on planes has been BOSE QC35 noise canceling headphones. I will still use them with my OPUS2 processors but not with my Sonnets. But headphones are not always comfortable on long flights if I rest my head against the plane wall. DAI red jack cable is an option but I find it too stiff. It pulls my processors off of my ears when I turn my head. And I can not quickly switch to hearing the stewardess without disconnecting the cable from the processors. Roger Systems are not to be used on planes per Phonak. Artone BT neckloop or music links require switching to T and planes produce too much electromagnetic interference (buzzing). So I am thinking of using CozyPhones. What do or will you use on long International flights? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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