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Jabra Link 220a Plug-and-Play USB Adapter *Discontinued*

Jabra Link 220a Plug-and-Play USB Adapter *Discontinued*

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*Discontinued by Jabra* Replaced by Jabra Link 230 USB Adapter 

Jabra LINK 220a USB Adapter enables plug-and-play connectivity with corded GN Netcom headsets and computer USB based audio/voice software VoIP applications. This makes it the ideal solution for contact centers that want a smooth and cost-effective transition to IP telephony. The adapter is plug-and-play with PC’s running Windows or Mac OS. To ensure full compatibility with specific soft phones simply download and install Jabra PC Suite. This free application also makes Jabra LINK 220 fully compliant with EU noise at work legislation. Jabra LINK 220 features the latest Digital Signal Processing (DSP) technology. The processor filters the audio stream and corrects inconsistencies to ensure a smooth, clean and crisp audio experience. Retail Price $93.00

Key Features:

  • Compatible with any GN Netcom Headset
  • Plug & Play with no software to install (no drivers needed)
  • Safeguards your hearing and helps comply with the strict Noise-at-work legislation through Jabra PC Suite
  • High quality sound through DSP
  • Noise filtering feature for cleaner, distortion-free and smooth audio stream
  • Macintosh compatible

**NOTE: GN Netcom Headset sold separately**

For more details see Jabra Link 220 datasheet

This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 12 August, 2009.
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