VXI UC ProSet 10V Monaural headset *Discontinued*

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VXi UC ProSet 10V is a monaural, single-wire headset featuring V-series quick disconnect. Wideband audio and superior noise canceling make it ideal for Unified Communications (UC) environments.

VXi UC ProSet is different. The difference is obvious before you even put it on—it’s got unbeatable style. And when you experience its wideband audio and vastly superior noise canceling, and feel how truly comfortable it is, you’ll understand that the VXi UC ProSet isn’t just "best in class," it’s in a class by itself. Its UC-ready design will save you money, too. Whether you have a Unified Communications system in place, or are weighing your options, the UC ProSet is ready when you are. Simply the best headset investment you can make, the UC ProSet delivers the kind of performance and value you can only get from VXi

Key Features:

  • Compatible with Passport V-series amplifiers or cords
  • Wideband audio for clearer conversations and greater productivity.
  • Superior noise canceling eliminates nearly 90% of background noise and improves communication.
  • UC-ready to fit right into your Unified Communications strategy.
  • Braided cord won’t kink or tangle
  • Flexible, snap-lock microphone boom stays where you put it
  • Lightweight, attractive design is easy and comfortable to wear, all day long.
  • High-quality durability stands up to all-day, every-day use.
  • 2-year warranty.

For more information, see VXi UC Proset 10V datasheet

This product was added to our catalog on Friday 27 April, 2012.
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