Plantronics .Audio 350 Multimedia Computer Headset *Discontinued

Plantronics .Audio 350 Multimedia Computer Headset *Discontinued

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Discontinued.  Replaced by the new Plantronics GameCom 377.

 

Accelerate your gaming experience to the maximum speed of sound. The .Audio™ 350 Ultimate Performance headset supercharges games, music, Internet talk, video conferencing, and PC voice applications with bass-boosting, full-range stereo resonance. The feather-light, flexible headband and soft, swivel-mounted ear cushions deliver acoustic precision and ensure all-day listening and gaming comfort. A noise-canceling microphone enhances speech recognition, while the QuickAdjust™ telescoping, bendable boom assures ideal microphone placement. Convenient inline volume and mute give you full control over your listening and speaking experience. The .Audio 350 is compatible with popular PC sound cards for plug-and-play ease.

 

Key Features:

  • 40 mm speakers convey rich, resonant stereo with maximum bass response
  • Lightweight, flexible headband delivers plush all-day comfort
  • Noise-canceling microphone boosts speech recognition accuracy
  • QuickAdjust™ telescoping, bendable boom assures ideal placement
  • Boom stows discreetly when not in use
  • Swivel-mounted, pillow-soft ear cushions provide comfort and acoustic precision
  • Inline volume and mute offer convenient access and control
  • Works with popular PC sound cards

This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 25 May, 2006.
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