Plantronics H91N-CIS CISCO Noise-canceling Headset *Discontinued

Plantronics H91N-CIS CISCO Noise-canceling Headset *Discontinued

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*Discontinued* Replaced by the new Plantronics HW291N-CIS Noise-canceling Cisco IP Phone Headset 

Plantronics H91N-CIS Cisco IP Phone Encore telephone headset is top-of-the-line model that offers all-day comfort and superior sound quality. Lightweight over-the-head single earpiece design for comfortable extended-wear use. Quick Disconnect feature lets you walk away from the phone while still wearing the headset, while the noise-canceling microphone improves voice clarity.

Key Features:

  • Includes Direct Connect Cisco IP Cable
  • Single earpiece headband style
  • Noise-canceling microphone
  • Adjustable
  • Soft ear cushions for all day comfort
  • Flexible boom
  • Tone control

<= This headset has a Modular Connection at the end. It plugs directly into your Cisco IP telephones headset port. No amplifier and additional cords are required.

Note: This headset is the direct connect solution for the Cisco IP telephones:

    • Cisco IP 69xx
    • Cisco IP 79xx
    • Cisco IP 89xx
    • Cisco IP 99xx

Optional Accessories for the Plantronics H91N:

Plantronics Foam Ear Cushions for Supra, Encore (2 pairs)

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


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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 20 February, 2007.
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