GN Netcom 9350 Wireless Headset System + GN 1000 *Discontinued*

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DISCONTINUED.  Replaced by the new and improved GN 9350E + GN 1000 bundle


GN 9350 Wireless Office Headset + RHL 1000 Handset Lifter**  for traditional office phone and IP Telephony (USB). The GN 9350 is the industry’s first wireless office headset to offer full convergence between traditional and IP telephony, true wideband audio performance (6.8 kHz wideband sound in IP mode) and incorporate Digital Signal Processing (DSP) technology, ensuring superior sound quality. It operates on the 1.9 GHz frequency, making it Wi-Fi friendly, and provides a user selectable range of up to 300 feet. The GN 9350 also offers a noise-canceling microphone and digital security encryption, providing clarity and security for users to take calls from virtually anywhere in the office. Retail Price $454.90


Key Features:

  • Dual mode wireless connection to both a standard desk telephone and IP softphone. Switch back and forth between your desktop phone and your computer with one touch of a button!**
  • Noise-canceling microphone
  • Market-leading range of 300 feet in typical office environments
  • 6 hours IP talk time
  • 9 hours telephone talk time
  • 43 hours standy-by time
  • Mute button, volume control, LED display, PeakStop Technology
  • Digital Signal Processing (DSP) processes incoming calls and removes impurities. DSP auto-volume automatically elimintaes fluctuations, adjustingthe volume of all incoming calls to the same, consistent level.
  • 3 wearing styles - over-the-head, on-the-ear, behind-the-neck.
  • Multi-unit conferencing allows up to 4 GN9350 headsets the ability to dock w/ one base to form a conference call. SEE Spare/Extra Headset
  • Remote answer capability with the GN 1000 handset lifter which is included in this package. If you do not need remote answering, see GN Netcom 9350.
  • Do you need 24 HOUR headset coverage? Take a look at the GN Netcom 9350 Battery Upgrade Kit

GN 1000 RHL Key Features: (NOT compatible with all phones - call for assistance)

  • Automatically lifts and lowers handset
  • Works with most standard phones

** For connecting to your PC, the headsets only work with the Windows 98 (SE), Windows 2000 and Windows XP operating systems.

** If you are running Windows VISTA see our Microsoft Windows VISTA GN 9350 FAQ.

ATTENTION: GN 9350 is NOT compatible with cordless telephones.  The following functions can not be performed remotely: transfer calls, switch lines, dial a number, put call on hold. You can perform all of these functions while using the GN 9350, but you must do so by pressing the appropriate buttons on your telephone when back at your desk.

Weighing less than 1 oz. the GN 9350 is one of the smallest and lightest headsets in its class. Its ergonomic design means that the user will hardly notice wearing it. The GN 9350 comes in a black and silver.


For more detail information see GN Netcom 9350 datasheet


Optional accessories for the GN Netcom 9350:

GN 9350 spare/extra headset

GN 9350 battery

GN 9350 Battery charging cradle

GN Netcom 9330/9350 Earloop Earhook 

GN Netcom 9330/9350 Headband 

GN Netcom 9330/9350 Replacement Battery Upgrade Kit GN Netcom EHS-1 Electronic Hook Switch for Avaya Phone

GN Netcom EHS-2 Electronic Hook Switch for Avaya Phone

GN Netcom EHS-5 Electronic Hook Switch for Avaya Phone

GN Netcom HHC Headset Hook Switch for Cisco IP Phone

GN Netcom 9330/9350 AC/DC Wall Adapter 


** You may also want to checkout the new GN 9350e + GN 1000 bundle package that was just released 

This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 10 May, 2006.
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