Jabra 9350e Spare/Extra Headset w/headband and earhook *Disconti

Jabra 9350e Spare/Extra Headset w/headband and earhook *Disconti

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*Discontinued*  See Jabra/GN 9350e Spare/Extra Headset instead

This is an extra or spare headset for the Jabra 9350e Wireless Headset or the GN 9350 with headband and earhook attachments. The Jabra 9350e has conference call capabilities - meaning you can have up to FOUR (4) headsets synced to the same base station. This is good for training, conference calls, or call monitoring.

Key Features:

  • Good for conferencing or training - you can have up to 4 x Jabra 9350e headsets paired to one station
  • Perfect for multiple shift environments
  • Include over-the-head headband and on-the-ear earhook attachments. If you don't need the attachments, look at this one instead.

This kit is designed as a spare or replacement for the Jabra 9350e Wireless Headset system.  

Important to Note: The additional three headsets will not be able to function as separate headsets. They will not be able to answer/end calls, operate the lifter, or perform any functions of the wireless system. They will operate in a conference call or monitoring capacity ONLY. Meaning, the extra headset purchased in this kit will NOT be able to act as the "master headset" unless solely paired with the base station during a shift change. CALL us for more information: 1-877-999-3838

Also see our Jabra GN 9350e Pairing to the base Instructions

This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 18 July, 2012.
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