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PS Engineering offers audio upgradePS Engineering offers audio upgrade

PAR200B slides into place of PAR200 and -200A models

Owners of PS Engineering PAR200 and -200A model audio panel/com radio units can now slide the latest PAR200B audio panel upgrade into that same slot.

Photo courtesy of PS Engineering.

The remote-mounted Trig com radio, tray, and wiring all remain in the aircraft, and only a logbook signoff is needed to make the swap. No trade-in is necessary.

The PAR200B brings an improved display, IntelliAudio (3D audio effects), flexible music distribution, easier frequency storage and recall, and caller ID display when your phone is connected via Bluetooth. The -200B fixes the most common user complaints from previous models: The new display is much easier to read, especially from an angle, and the radio tuning knob detents have become larger and more positive, eliminating frequency setting errors.

Peter A. Bedell

Pete Bedell is a pilot for a major airline and co-owner of a Cessna 172M and Beechcraft Baron D55.
Topics: Avionics

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