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Old 2nd Oct 2011, 10:40
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John Eacott
 
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Originally Posted by jnicholas View Post
what is the difference between ANR and CEP? sorry, just never heard of CEP before.
ANR is Active Noise Reduction, requiring a powered input into the speakers to cancel outside noise. CEP (Communications and Ear Protection) is a passive system much like iPod in-ear speakers, which can be used in either headsets or helmets. Plugging the CEP into the helmet/headset feeds the audio signal to the in-ear speakers and turns off the normal speakers: unplugging the CEP returns the headset to normal operation.

For the OP wanting a method of keeping his Lightspeed headset in place, Gibson and Barnes have some reasonably priced headset helmets
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