There are so many certified Microsoft Skype for Business (formerly Microsoft Lync) compatible headsets by Jabra, Plantronics, VXi. But which one is the best? We stock over 70 different model headsets that are certified for Skype for Business. Price range any where from $50 to $400 depending on your budget. Obviously it’s not fair to compare a $400 to a $50 headset, the $400 headset will obviously be a better headset. It’s the old saying goes – “you get what you paid for”. Given that there are so many to choose from, I will break these choices down by price – low end, mid range, and the high end:
Affordable – for the price conscious (<$100)
The Jabra Evolve 30 MS is an excellent entry level headset for Microsoft Skype for Business. Very good “bang for the buck”, price only at $79. Very well built, high quality construction, best of all – Jabra stands behind its product with a full one year warranty. It’s plug and play and certified by Microsoft to Skype for Business. In addition, in comes with a 3.5mm jack for smartphones (ie – iPhone, Android). It has all the features of an high end headset, noise canceling microphone, in-line controls, peak-stop noise protection, etc. and it even comes with a travel pouch. Here if from HERE
Plantronics C3220 is another very good choice for call centers deploying large amount of MS Skype for Business headsets. This model has hi-fi stereo, covers both ears. So when the agent is not on a call, he and she can listen to music on the computer. The dual ear feature also helps block out background noise in a busy office, so the user can focus more on the phone call and not be distracted by all the office chatter in the background. Plantronics Blackwire C3220 also is backed by a one year warranty. Order it HERE
Mid-Range – ($80-$150)
Jabra Evolve 40 is an “all purpose” headset, not only it’s a good headset for Skype for Business, you can also use the same headset for your smartphone (like an iPhone). It’s integrated with a 3.5mm smart phone adapter. So you can connect it either to the computer via USB or a smartphone or tablet. It has DSP (digital signal process) for clear audio, a feature that the low end models do not have. Of course, plug-and-play compatible with Skype for Business. It also has an built in busy light to alert other workers around that you’re on a live call. Order it from HERE
Plantronics Blackwire 5220 is a very good quality “mid-range” Microsoft Skype for Business certified headset. It has a feature that no other headset have – both 3.5mm smart phone plug and USB connection. You can use this headset for Skype for Business as well as a smartphone like an iPhone or Android phone. Dual speakers that offer wideband quality hi-fi stereo sound. Noise canceling microphone. Like the others, it has all the in-line call controls. The Blackwire C5220 is foldable. So you can easily take it with you for business travel and use it on your laptop. It’s firmware also up-gradable using Plantronics Spokes software. Of course with DSP (digital siginal process) for the best audio possible. Order it HeRe
High End – ($150+)
This is the top of the line Plantronics corded USB headset for MS Skype for Business. It has all the latest technology and bells-and-whistles. Of course Skype for Business plug and play compatibility and certified by Microsoft. It has Dynamic EQ that automatically sets the audio levels for the best voice transmission. Wide Band HD audio for the most natural sounding voice. Extra large ear cups for the user in a noisy office. A2DP technology allowing music streaming. The most impressive feature is that it’s also Bluetooth providing wireless audio by simply detaching the cable. By being Bluetooth, it also can used as a music headphone. You can also connect to your PC or laptop via Bluetooth as an option. You can buy it HERE
Plantronics Savi W44-M is a wireless USB Headset and it’s the also the most versatile headset certified for Skype for Business. It’s Plug-and-play compatible with Microsoft Skype. It comes with 3 different wear styles (over-the-head, over-the-ear, and behind-the-neck). So you’re covered regardless of which way you wear your headset. It has a hot-swap-able battery (extra battery sold separately), so you could have an endless hours of talk time if you need it. It has a 300 feet wireless range if you like to wander the office. You can also answer the Skype call or end the call 300ft away bye pressing a button on the side of the headset. This is the ultimate headset for Skype for Business. You can order it Here
The Jabra Evolve 75 is the newest wireless headset for Skype for Business from Jabra. It designed for noisy call centers. It has a binaural design with double speakers that cover both ears. In addition it includes Jabra’s “active noise canceling” technology – engineered specifically to block out additional unwanted noise in the office or contact center. It’s been certified by Microsoft for Skype for Business – which means it’s plug-and-play out of the box for the MS Skype for Business UC software. the package includes the Jabra Link 370 Bluetooth adapter for the PC. It’s a Bluetooth headset, so when you’re not on phone, Jabra Evolve 75 becomes a high end HD headphone for music. The boom arm can be fliped up and clipped onto the headband. When needed, you can also use it as a headset for your smart phone (like an iPhone). Once fully charged, it’s good for 15 hours of battery life, so it’s almost impossible to run out of battery during a business day. Order it HERE
If you also have a desk phone and/or Cell Phone
Plantronics Savi 8210-M Microsoft Wireless Headset (staff favorite)
The newest of all the Skype for Business headset is the Plantronics Savi 8210-M. The beauty of this headset is that it’s a wireless headset you can use with Skype for Business, desk phone, and your mobile phone (3 devices). If you have an office phone and Skype, you can switch between the landline phone, cell phone and your MS Skype softphone without switching headsets. It has a noise canceling microphone, so it blocks out background sound for your customer. When fully charged, it has 13 hours of battery time. 50+ hours of standby time. So you never run out of battery in a normal day of work. There are two versions, mono Plantronics Savi 8210-M and the binaural Plantronics Savi 8220-M. The Saiv 8220-M is a stereo wireless headset that cover both ears for extremely busy and noisy office or call center, it can also be used as a high quality stereo headphone for music as it has hi-fi quality speakers. Both of Plantronics Savi 8200 series headsets comes complete with USB cable, AC adapter and base for charging. Nothing else is needed for your deskphone or cell phone.
These some of staff picked headsets specifically for Microsoft for Business. There are of course many others. You can see the entire line of Skype for Business Headsets Here You will not go wrong and be very happy with the ones we have recommended on this page. If you have further questions regarding these headsets, call HeadsetPlus.com at 877-999-3838, our headset specialist will answer any questions you may have.
Today’s enterprises and corporate offices besides using their VoIP are using soft phone applications and one of the best known and with long time reputation is Skype for Business which was launched back on 2015 by Microsoft, allowing professionals to make video conference calls with up to 250 people, chat and voice calls from their offices and/or their own home!
Skype for Business had been an amazing tool for these professionals and Microsoft took a bigger step by introducing Microsoft Teams, which is not just a new version of Skype for Business, but a totally new platform which integrates the versatility of Skype for Business with the ability to add third-party applications, integration of Microsoft Office and the diversity of being available in 18 languages. Being all this is one of the main points of why Microsoft is now pushing more than ever their new cloud system.
With these cloud-based applications, there are going to be some requirements among other for speaker phones, headsets and/or video cameras, and we will review the best ones in today’s market. Some of these options will be on corded style and others will be on wireless, depending on space and location giving you a wider fan of options to look.
This is the entry level corded headset , from respectable Jabra covering both ears giving the user the best sound quality and with Jabra’s Noise canceling microphone, control unit with volume controls and Plug and Play installation, making it a really easy to use headset on an affordable price, order yours HERE.
Climbing up we have the Jabra Evolve 30 II , similar to the younger sibling , but with main changes like leatherette ear cushions , and with the ability to be used in virtually any smart phone with a 3.5mm jack, thanks to its USB adapter with built in call control keys with LED indicators, making it a nice option for a medium budget corded style headset.
We have now the Jabra Biz 2300 being this a more long lasting headset and on professional grade, thanks to its Kevlar made cables and soft, washable foam ear cushions covering one ear, with an incredible weight of just 49 grams,, making it a nice option for professionals that have to wear a headset on all day. Volume controls with mute, that allows you to mute the microphone directly from the device.
From Plantronics, we have the Blackwire 5220, a corded headset compatible with any computer thanks to its USB connector and virtually any smart phone or MP3 player with a 3.5mm jack, covering both ears , giving the best sound quality on stereo with leatherette ear cushions, providing extremely comfort to the user. One of the few headsets available in the market that are Telecoil hearing aid compatible, being a nice option for people looking for a corded headset for users with hearing issues, order yours HERE.
Plantronics gives us the 7225 USB Stereo Corded headset, a big step up in technology. Corded USB with busy light in the USB port, with Active Noise Canceling, and Telecoil Hearing Aid Compatible, gives this headset an incredible advantage. The 7225 is a boom-less microphone design headset with 4 built in microphones into the ear cups, built in controls into the headset that lets you answer/end calls and even play/pause tracks and control the volume on the headset, making it a nice option for a USB corded headset.
Sennheiser gives us this affordable option with its SC 30 ML, a corded USB headset covering one ear with HD quality sound, ActivGard present, which protects the user from acoustic shock loud noise spikes, and with a 2 year warranty, making it a nice entry level USB corded headset. Noise canceling microphone built into the bendable boom arm for multi adjustments.
The SC 60 comes in courtesy of Sennheiser, with a respectable Noise Canceling microphone, covering both ear in stereo with built in ActiveGard technology from Sennheiser and large foam ear cushions. The most interesting part besides the bendable boom arm in this headset is the really accessible price point of this, making it a serious contender in the market.
Jabra gives us the Jabra Pro 930 which allows you to use it with your computer and virtually any desk phone in the market, beign wireless gives the user a little more of freedom on movement without the compromise of loosing signal thanks to its DECT wireless technology that gives a range of 325 ft, Jabra’s respectable Noise Canceling microphone is built in the arm boom. Order yours HERE.
Jabra offers the super compact size EVOLVE 65T, this earbuds offers the best sound quality compatible with Skype for Business, compatible with any computer using the Link 370 and any smart phone by Bluetooth, a nice feature of the EVOLVE 65T is the ability of pairing 2 devices simultaneously and the HearTrough Technology, that allows you to hear the outside world without taking off your earbuds.
Plantronics offer the Savi 8210-M with leatherette ear cushion covering one ear, being a Telecoil Hearing Aide Compatible and DECT wireless range of up to 590 ft line of sight, this wireless headset allows you to be used with any desk phone, computer and smart device by Bluetooth built in the base of the headset, Noise Canceling microphone present in the arm boom and answer/end calls keys , volume and mute with easy to use access. One of the best headsets in the market.
We now have the Plantronics Voyager 6200 earbuds, this are one of the best headsets available today, with Active Noise Canceling and with a battery life of 16 hours in listen time, 9 of talk time and 14 days of standby, making it a nice option for road warriors. Charging time of 90 minutes, premium hi-fi stereo sound for music, and vibrating neckband that alerts when an incoming call or alerts from applications making it a nice option for people looking for some compact size earbuds.
The D10 USB ML is the most affordable wireless headset from Sennheiser, this headset cover one ear, letting you to hear the environment while on a call, coming with 2 wearing styles and with DECT wireless frequency with a range of up to 500ft line of sight, with up to 12 hours of talk time when fully charged and Sennheiser ActiveGard technology that protects the user from loud sound spikes. The D10 USB ML allows you to have up to 3 additional users with its conference hot desking feature.
The MB 600 UC Wireless Headset is a boom-less design headset with Active Noise Canceling, comes with the USB dongle for your PC/soft-phone applications, NoiseGard is present in its Active Noise Canceling, which monitors the background environment for noises and adjusts the level of noise reduction to the headset, making it a nice feature, fold able design with hard travel case for easy transportation. Comes with 3.5mm cable for mobile devices if your devices doesn’t have built in Bluetooth. Get yours HERE.
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Hello class, today we will be looking at headsets that are compatible for your PC (Windows) and Apple Mac OS. Many businesses today are opting to use their computers in lieu of phones to make phone calls. It’s a very cost effective method to reduce spending by using VOIP and other soft phone applications. There are so many options out there, but I will list the ones that stand out most to me. The most important things to consider are the call quality and comfort. All of these headsets below are plug and play, and even someone like myself can install them. If you plan on sitting at the computer and don’t need to be mobile, I’d recommend getting a corded. If you need to be more mobile, or just don’t want to be tied to your desk, go wireless. Let’s begin shall we?
|Jabra EVOLVE 40 MS Stereo USB Headset for MS Lync:|
This is a great entry level corded headset. It connects via USB and as a bonus, it comes with a 3.5mm jack so you can connect it to your smart phone, tablet, etc. It has a noise canceling microphone, a built in busy light so your colleagues/friends know if you’re on a call, and Hi-Fi wideband frequency response. A great headset for the casual user. Comes with a manufacturer’s 2 year warranty. Click here to buy now.
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This is quite a unique wireless headset. Generally speaking, wireless USB headsets use Bluetooth connectivity, however, this headset runs on DECT (similar to a cordless phone.) Because of this you get an astonishing range of up to 300ft. This headset has a great noise canceling mic and WideBand audio. As a bonus this headset comes with 3 different wearing styles, headband, ear hook, and neckband. The only downside to this headset is the lack of Bluetooth capability but still an awesome headset. Comes with a 1 year manufacturer’s warranty, click here to buy now.
This bad boy is a great wireless headset without breaking the bank. This headset is basically an upgraded version of the Evolve 40. It comes with a Bluetooth dongle that plugs into your PC or Mac via USB and gives you up to 100ft wireless range. You have a great noise canceling mic, and Hi-definition sound, which is great for you and your customers. If you’re not on a call, simply kick back and jam to some tunes. The coolest feature of this headset, is you can connect to your cellphone simultaneously via Bluetooth. You have 10 hours talk time so don’t worry about those long winded calls. Comes with a 1 year manufacturer’s warranty. Click here to buy now.
Out of all of the wireless Bluetooth headsets, this headset provides the longest range of up to 150ft through the computer. It has active noise canceling through the ear phones (think of Bose), Wideband audio, great noise canceling microphone, and built in smart sensors which can detect when you put on and take the headset off. You have 12 hours of talk time, and up to 15 hours of music streaming. Comes with a 1 year manufacturer’s warranty. Click here to buy now.
And my personal favorite…
This is a beast of a headset. You have Hi-Fi stereo sound, excellent noise canceling microphone, active noise canceling through the ear phones (think of Bose), and it they just look great all around. Similar to the Evolve 65 you will have up to 100ft wireless range, but an incredible 15 hours of battery on a full charge. Like the above headsets, you just simply plug it in via USB and you’re ready to rock. Need to take a long drive or flight somewhere? Take them with you and use enjoy music on your phone! Your customers will love talking to you on this headset. Comes with a 1 year manufacturer’s warranty. Click here to buy now.
Pure luxury. . .
This is a new wireless USB headset by Sennheiser. It’s a nice headset for for use with a computer. You can listen to music and take calls. It has a nice dual noise canceling microphone and you get up to 100 ft wireless range. The cool thing about this headset is it has active noise canceling. You can block the unwanted background noise if you’re in a loud environment. It has a great battery time of 25 hours. It also comes with a 3.5mm cable for use with a smart phone and a storage pouch. Comes with a 2 year manufacturer’s warranty. Click here to buy now
This headset is the newest edition the the Plantronics Blackwire line. It’s basically a corded Voyager Focus. This is a corded USB headset with active noise canceling. You don’t really see any corded headsets with active noise canceling but here it is. This headset also has a nice omni directional boomless mics to help pick up your voice. The microphones are noise canceling as well. If you’re not working, you can still use this headset to listen to music. It has nice Hi-Fi stereo earphones. This wouldn’t be my first choice when picking a noise canceling headset, but if you’re on a a budget, this might be a good pick for you. Click here to buy now.
A majority of the enterprises in these days have their employees either with a work station or a portable computer running Microsoft Windows 10 (or 7), Microsoft had been in the market for a while and its platform is a well known starting point that most of major industries uses for theirs Points of Sales, Archives, Payroll, Productivity, among others.
For same reason, now days the soft phone industry had been bringing its game on, some well know as Microsoft Skype for Business that replaced MIcrosoft Lync a few years ago, Ring Central and 8 by 8 are another well known soft phone providers that had been used by big names around the country for their UC solutions.
Today we will review and recommend some headsets compatible with Microsoft Windows 10 that would make y our interaction with your computer an unique and extraordinary experience. There are a few options for everyone from corded to wireless , all the way to covering one ear or both ears with Active Noise Canceling.
We will start with some examples from Jabra, which is well know for their Noise Canceling microphones and elegant style:
The Jabra Evolve 30 II Stereo USB Headset w/3.5mm is the entry level from Jabra and any corded headset that uses a USB-A plug. Covering both ears with a noise canceling microphone, making it an affordable and easy to use headset without being a super tech person. The Evolve 30 II comes with an USB-A adapter to be used in any computer or you can use the 3.5mm jack that comes with it if you feel like using it with your smart phone or tablet. Order yours here.
The Jabra Evolve 40 UC Stereo USB, 3.5mm Headset is the next step up in corded USB-A headsets from Jabra, built in with Advance Noise Canceling technology, leatherette ear cushions and busy light that allows you to let people know when you are on a call. The Evolve 40 UC offers the practicality of the USB-A adapter and 3.5mm adapter as well, so can be used with virtually any device either by USB-A or 3.5mm jack. Learn more about its features by clicking here.
Following next we have some examples from Plantronics on corded styles, being one of the first ones that offer Active Noise Canceling:
The Plantronics Blackwire 5210 USB, 3.5mm Headset Microsoft Skype is Plantronics entry level covering one earin corded style, this headset offers the USB-A or USB-C connectivity, plus the old well know 3.5mm adapter that can be used with your smart phone or tablet. Order yours here.
My favorite headset on corded USB style headsets will be this one, the Plantronics Blackwire 7225 USB Stereo Corded Headset, Black. This headset is the first one that has Active Noise Canceling, a boom-less microphone and busy light built into the USB plug. Available now in USB-A or USB-C , with built in audio controls to the headset, making it one of the best corded headsets in the market for computer use.
Following now we will check on wireless options, for people that needs to move around without compromise of standing in one place.
The first one to mention is the Jabra Evolve 65 UC Mono Bluetooth Headset, this headset is a wireless headset, can be paired to any computer thru the Jabra Link 360 USB adapter (included), and can be paired to any other device with built in Bluetooth, either smart phones, tablets, or laptops. Covering one ear over the head for people that always moving and need to keep their headset in its place at all time.
The next one on the list is one of my preferred headsets to be used with your PC/Laptop, the Jabra EVOLVE 75 UC Stereo Bluetooth USB Headset has the Active Noise Canceling which blocks the outside noise and allows the user to focus on the sound coming from the ear cups. Covering both ear with an over the head design , helping the headset to stay in place even if you are moving a lot. Volume control, and built in light into the sides of the ear cups makes it a really nice and discrete design for the road warrior, Order yours here.
The Plantronics Savi W440 440 USB Wireless Headset is one option from Plantronics, it offers the convenience of being able to be worn in different styles, this headset offers a range of up to 300 ft. thanks to its DECT 6.0 wireless frequency, making it a really nice option for a wireless headset that can be used with any PC/Laptop thru the USB-A port.
The Plantronics Voyager 4220 UC Bluetooth Stereo USB Headset, Skype is one option for the road warrior that needs to keep communicated. Connected by the USB-A Bluetooth dongle (included), Built in control buttons and Busy light into the headset that gives you control on your phone call and let your co-workers know that you are in a live call.
My top choice in wireless headsets for Windows, the Plantronics Voyager 8200 UC Bluetooth Wireless Headset offers Active Noise Canceling, plus a boom-less microphone built in the ear cups, built in volume controls allows you to modulate volume, mute, pause/play and answer/end calls makes it a nice intuitive headset that can be easily used at work or down the road. One feature that the Voyager 8200 offers is the connectivity thru 3.5mm cable (included), making it my favorite in this list.
As you are aware, the venerable 3.5 mm headphone jack so commonly found on cell phones, tablets and laptops is getting axed in a slow but steady pace. This transition started with the iPhone killing the 3.5 mm for the Lightening , HTC with their newest phones, Google with its Pixel2 and 2XL , among others in order to have a more compact and slim design.
The 3.5 mm transfers stereo analog audio out of the socket, which means that all the “magic” of nice sound will be credited to the same phone, on the other hand USB-C transmits the digital audio data over the same headsets instead.
With this being said, here are the best USB-C headphones you can get on the market today:
The Engage 50 Stereo headphone is one of my favorites thanks to its 3 microphone noise canceling, Intelligent Volume Control, slim design and built in busy lights. So easy to adjust over the head, and Skype for Business Certified make this one of the easiest headsets to use on the market. Click HERE to know more about it.
The Jabra Engage 50 Mono, is as good as the big brother the Engage 50 Stereo, mainly for not so noisy working environment, built in busy light, adjustable boom arm with the nice 3 microphone noise canceling system making it one of the best, easy to use and adjustable with an extraordinary lightweight of 61g. You can learn more of the Jabra Engage 50 Mono HERE.
Plantronics enters the USB-C Market with the Blackwire 5220 USB-C, a nice stereo headset with USB-C plug in, plus the 3.5 mm jack, meaning you can use it on almost any device that you can imagine. Leatherette, fold able ear cushions add a really nice value to he 5220 USB-C when you need to take it with you. Superb voice alerts that can be personally customized by user. Order yours HERE.
The Blackwire 5210 USB-C Mono comes with the USB-C and the 3.5mm that allows you to work on any variety of mobile phones. One-touch call answer/end, volume +/- and mute adds a nice touch to the amazing sound quality of this headset. The Plantronics Dynamic Mute Alert is an amazing feature that warns you in case you try to talk on the microphone but you are muted. More information in HERE.
The latest addition to the USB-C corded headsets is the Plantronics Blackwire 7225 USB-C , this is the first USB-C corded headset with Active Noise Canceling, which I recommend specially in really loud environment and if you want to keep focus without distractions. This headset has not 1 but 4 built-in microphones into the ear cups, which makes it a perfect companion for your smart phone or tablet on the go. Has a built-in busy light into the USB-C port that allows you to show when are you in a call or available, the volume control, mute, play and stop controls are located in the right side of the headset. If you need to make more settings and take your headset to the max, use the Plantronics HUB suite and unleash the maximum potential of this unit.
The latest addition from Plantronics on the USB-C wireless headsets, The Plantronics Voyager 8200 USB-C comes with a nice well design for travelers, with Active Noise Canceling, boom less microphone, audio controls built in to the ear cups, nice leatherette earcushions that cover the ears , adjustable headband for comfort while traveling and a nice range thanks to the USB-C dongle that comes with it, making it the best headset for travelers who want the best performance. You can order yours HERE.
With this Plantronics USB-A to USB-C adapter you can use any Plantronics regular USB-A headset into a USB-C in your mobile, tablet, laptop or desktop. This adapter works with wired and wireless headsets. Get yours HERE today.
Update: Microsoft Office Communicator has been renamed Microsft Lync in 2013, then Microsoft Skype for Business in 2014.
Q: What is Microsoft Office Communicator 2007?
A: Office Communicator 2007 is Microsoft’s new unified communications client (softphones) for computer-based Voice-over-IP (VoIP) telephony. It helps users communicate easily with others through instant messaging (IM), voice, and video. Office Communicator offers integration with programs across the 2007 Microsoft Office system. Learn more at: http://www.microsoft.com/uc/products/oc2007.mspx
Q: What is Microsoft Unified Communications?
A: Microsoft Unified Communications is a software platform that unites existing communication systems and tools: desktop telephone systems,
legacy PBX and IP-PBX systems, voice mail and faxes. Learn more at
Q: How do headsets integrate with Microsoft Office Communicator 2007?
A: Plantronics and GN Netcom/Jabra has worked with Microsoft to integrate various headsets (wireless and corded) with Office Communicator so it’s simply plug-and-play. No drivers to install. Just plug the headset into the USB port and Office Communicator will recognize the device. Commands sent from the headset are recognized by Office Communicator and visa versa.
Q. How do I answer/hang-up the call when using a headset with Office Communicator 2007?
A. All OC headsets that are qualified to work with Office Communicator have integrated buttons for answering and hanging up a call and adjusting the volume. Simply press the dedicated “Hook switch” button to answer a call. To end a call, press the same button again.
Q: What current problems are Microsoft Office Communicator headsets addressing?
A: Until today the quality of a VoIP call has not been that great. Some of that is due to the network but a lot can be attributed to the endpoint
devices. All headsets that are certified to work with Office Communicator 2007 are wideband headsets.
Q. What does “wideband” mean and why is it important?
A. “Wideband” refers to the frequency range supported by the headset when transmitting and receiving sound. GN/Plantronics and Microsoft adhere to the definition of wideband as defined by the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA). This is also the definition that GN/Plantronics and Microsoft use. Wideband headsets have superior audio quality for VoIP , which allows people to experience the true sound of Office Communicator 2007.
Q. What other sound quality issues should headset users be aware of?
A. Sudden loud sound spikes such as the high-pitched squeal of a fax machine can be harmful. All our Office Communicator headsets have PeakStop technology, which eliminates loud noises above 118 dB SPL.
Q: How do headsets improve the enterprise communications environment?
A: Plantronics and GN Netcom has taken a sophisticated audio device and made it easy to set-up, simple to use, comfortable to wear and durable. The end result is superb call clarity and energized users. A headset is a personal device that will allow people to be more productive in the office by
having their hands free to do the work they do.