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FlightLink is the free, proprietary app that adds enhanced functionality to all Lightspeed headsets.<br><br>FlightLink works seamlessly with Lightspeed headsets manufactured since 2012 (Zulu 2 and 3, Sierra, Tango, and PFX) to record and playback incoming and outgoing communications. Older Zulu 2 and Sierra headsets may qualify for a factory•installed retrofit at a nominal fee. For more information on a retrofit contact Lightspeed Customer Care by phone 800.332.2421 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.<br><br>When combined with the Zulu PFX ANR headset, FlightLink's enhanced capabilities include recording via Bluetooth and the ability to set a variety of personal audio and operational preferences.<br><br>FlightLink Recording Features<br><br>FlightLink is perfect for any pilot flying with an iPad or iPhone who wants to capture and retrieve in•flight communication. It is also a valuable tool for flight training at all levels because of its ability to capture the intercom communication of instructional flights.<br>• Record all activity over the intercom, including inbound and outbound transmissions, and in•cabin conversation.<br>• Instantly play back ATC calls or other communications from any point within the last two minutes of recording.<br>• Create a permanent archive of all flight communications for post•flight briefing and training.<br>• Store your recording library on your iPhone or iPad, and access them with the iOS Files app or iTunes on a Mac or PC.<br>• Take handwritten notes on iPads and use Apple Pencil or Pencil 2 on supported iPads.<br><br>FlightLink Personal Preference Features (With Zulu PFX headsets only)<br><br>In addition to its recording features, FlightLink•s enhanced capabilities allow Zulu PFX headset users to adjust a variety of audio and operational settings, creating a personalized flying experience. For example:<br>• Customize audio settings for different aircraft or users<br>• Fine tune audio response for maximum voice clarity and music fidelity<br>• Use the Voice Clarity• option to boost frequencies common in human speech without impacting the quality of music from auxiliary devices<br>• View remaining battery life with the battery level indicator<br>• Enable / disable audible low battery alert<br>• Choose Auto Shutoff• delay intervals<br>• Save custom settings in up to three personal profiles<br><br>The ability to set and save other audio and operational preferences through FlightLink is only available on the Zulu PFX headset.
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The help page says "FlightLink records all audio (external and internal) passing through the intercom in your aircraft." – but that is not happening. I can hear myself alright in the BT recordings, but no ATC - that was what I was hoping for. Do I need to change some obscure DIP switch setting..? Will be happy to assign more stars if that actually works.
While trying to airdrop, kept saying Failed (even though i had just airdropped two large videos) the file vanished! It was my first flight in a Cirrus and wanted to capture my reactions. Bummed. This app isn’t stable and not a good tool if you need something. reliable.
After using the app with my Zulu 3’s on my most recent flight. I looked down upon landing, saw my recoding active. Tapped the toggle for ‘stop’ and the app crashed. Not saving my recording. I will not waste another hour of time with this app
There is one DIP switch setting you’ll want to check. Open up the battery door of the headset’s controller and remove the battery to find the switches. Switch 6, labeled “Leave Off” in current models, needs to be in the ON position if you want to record everything you hear including the radio and other passengers. In the OFF position, just the headset microphone is connected to the recorder and it’s unsquelched, meaning you’ll hear plenty of background noise when you’re not talking. But with the switch ON, recordings are excellent and identical to what you hear in your headset. I’ve been a Lightspeed user for more than ten years, and have continually traded in my older headsets for newer versions under the Trade Up program. If you have the original Zulu headset as I did, you’ll need to trade-up to the Zulu.2 headset. And if you owned a Zulu.2 headset prior to the FlightLink app launch in late July, you’ll need to pay $69 to get your headset upgraded to a newer version of the Zulu.2 that works with the app.
It’s a bare minimum app. Worst part is when you play back later, there is no graph what so ever for you to know what part has audio to listen to, only a play, pause and slider. They provide the visual graph for live recording and playback, but not post playback. The Sennheiser app (iFlightPlanner) for their Bluetooth headset has a more robust and easier to understand record and playback interface. It has auto pause to remove the dead air, the ability to jump back 15 seconds with a single tap, the ability to rename recordings, etc. ANR is not quite as good, but I just might switch back to Sennheiser for the recording feature.
Developed by Lightspeed Aviation.
FlightLink is ranking in Utilities & Education
Last update was at Dec 17, 2019and the current version is 3.0.1.
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FlightLink have a 12a user reviews.
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