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HeadPlay HD FPV Headset w/ 40ch 5.8GHz Receiver

The new HeadPlay HD FPV Headset is packed full of features that every FPV enthusiast will enjoy. This headset was designed from the ground up with the FPV pilot in mind, with quality, performance and comfort at the forefront. The headset gently rests on the forehead/cheeks spreading the weight out evenly, which compared to many video goggles which rest on the bridge of the nose instead. Three straps securely hold the HeadPlay HD in place while at the same time blocking light coming in from the outside. The end result is a cinematic experience that is sure to impress. This headset is a great choice for FPV pilots that struggle to find a traditional FPV goggle that meets their Interpupillary distance (IPD). Instead of each eye having to look through separate optics, the new HeadPlay HD presents the pilot with one large screen. We've tested the HeadPlay HD with eye glasses and were able to make it work, even though the HeadPlay HD does not officially support wearing eye glasses at the same time.


The beauty of this headset sits in the high resolution LCD HD display. The screen is bright and clear and will only go to blue screen on total signal loss, which is perfect for FPV if signal quality is low. If signal is lost 100% and the screen does go to blue screen, the switch back to signal is sub 1 second when any usable signal comes back. There is an integrated 32ch 5.8GHz receiver built into the headset combined with easily accessible channel and menu controls. The smart menu is a breeze to use, even while flying. With 32 channels to choose from on the receiver you can fly with your friends who are also on 5.8GHz.

Easily connect HD video sources like the DJI Inspire, LightBridge, Paralinx, Teradek or even a TV to the headset via the HDMI input. Alternatively you can connect any other A/V source via the A/V input. For example you can connect your ground station or other video receivers on 900MHz/1.3GHz/2.4GHz etc.

7" 1280x800px Immersive Display

The biggest display we could fit, for the most immersion and clarity.
A 7" HD gloss screen fills your vision and immerses you in FPV. Anti-reflection coating applied to all inner walls gives you the feeling of sitting front row in your own personal cinema.

The view has been compared to an IMAX theatre. 
 
40 channel 5.8GHz Receiver

The integrated 5.8GHz HyperSensitive a/v receiver designed by RangeVideo, gives you freedom to fly far and low, even with low power 5.8GHz transmitters.

32 channels.
40 channel module with racing band module , available soon.

HDMI input

Be prepared to take advantage of new technology with the Headplay HD. Featuring a future-proof mini HDMI port , you can use the Headplay HD with your DJI Inspire or other HD downlink to see in crystal clear HD.

External A/V input

Make long range record breaking flights with aftermarket video receivers. Fly long duration in comfort with the Headplay HD.
Connect your 900MHz/1.3GHz/2.4GHz external audio/video receiver to the Headplay HD with the included 2.5 meter long harness.

Speaker

Turn up the loud speaker and let everyone around you know that you are flying. Hear the motor roar and the wind howl as you fly.

Headplay HD FPV Goggles Specs

Picture
Screen size 7"
Screen resolution: 1280x800
Field of View: 72 degree
Fully adjustable picture via intuitive menus
Connectors
HDMI type C (HDMI-in)
XS9JK (latched high end connector): Power Supply, Video-in, Audio-in, Ground, 5V out
SMA antenna connector

General
Control via button panel (distinct button design for "blind" operation)
Rugged design with extremely durable materials
Very high comfort
Adjustable straps
Different density foam pads allow you to adapt the goggles to your needs.
Weight: 400g (excluding battery)
Easy to clean optics
Integrated Features
32 channel 5.8GHz A/V receiver
8 segment display
Sensitivity: -90dBm
Built-in speaker with volume control on buttons

Electrical Properties
Current consumption 340mA@12V
Supply voltage: 6-15V Recommended 2S LiPo
Reverse voltage protection
Frequencies
Band 1: 5865, 5845, 5825, 5805, 5785, 5765, 5745, 5725
Band 2: 5733, 5752, 5771, 5790, 5809, 5828, 5847, 5866
Band 3: 5705, 5685, 5665, 5645, 5885, 5905, 5925, 5945
Band 4: 5740, 5760, 5780, 5800, 5820, 5840, 5860, 5880
Band 5: 5658, 5695, 5732, 5769, 5806, 5843, 5880, 5917

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