Plantronics H61N Supra Binaural NC Headset *Discontinued*

Plantronics H61N Supra Binaural NC Headset *Discontinued*

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Plantronics H61N Supra

Plantronics H61N Supra headset noise canceling

Plantronics H61N Supra headset noise canceling

*Discontinued* by Plantronics.  Replaced by the new Plantronics HW261N

Plantronics H61N Supra headset is the most popular headset in the world, the Supra owes its popularity to the perfect balance between light weight, superior sound and outstanding comfort. The dual earpieces have a yoked double cable, which gives greater clarity by providing sound in both ears. The noise-canceling headset makes speech much clearer in noisy environments. Retail price $120.00
 

Key Features:

  • Dual earpiece headband style
  • Noise-canceling microphone
  • Adjustable
  • Soft ear cushions for all day comfort
  • Quick disconnect
  • Flexible microphone boom

<= This headset has a Quick Disconnect end.

Note: This headset requires the Plantronics M22 Vista adapter/amplifier between the headset and the telephone.

Optional Accessories for the Plantronics H61N:

Plantronics Supra Headset Noise Canceling Accessory Value Pack

Plantronics Supra Headset Foam Windscreen Kit (Qty 3)

Plantronics Foam Ear Cushions for Supra, Encore (3 pairs)

Plantronics large circumaural leather ear cushions for Supra

Plantronics Leatherette Ear Cushions for Supra, Encore (1 pairs)

Plantronics H61, H61N Supra Headband Replacement

This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 17 December, 2003.
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