Jabra/GN1900 Duo USB Computer Headset DISCONTINUED

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*DISCONTINUED*,  See the new Jabra Biz 1500 Duo USB Computer Headset


Jabra/GN 1900 Duo USB Binaural Noise Canceling Headset. The Jabra GN1900 Series offers a cost-effective solution without compromising on sound quality and durability. Designed for contact center use, the Jabra GN1900 Series delivers professional performance and great value, setting new standards for easy-to-use, affordable headsets.


Key Features:

  • Professional quality — with an exceptionally durable design for telephone-intensive environments.
  • Dual earpiece — covers both ears so you can really concentrate on your conversation in noisy environments.
  • Wideband stereo sound — for optimum call clarity in both ears.
  • Lightweight design — provides all-day comfort even in call-intensive environments.
  • Noise-cancelling microphone — filters out unwanted background noise, making it ideal for use in louder work environments.
  • 270-degree boom arm rotation — ensures optimal microphone positioning and movement in both directions to support left and right wearing styles.
  • In-line USB control — provides easy access buttons for mute and volume adjustments.
  • Flexible boom arm tip — ensures ideal microphone placement.
  • 2-year warranty — lets you enjoy worry-free ownership
For more information, see Jabra GN1900 USB datasheet and Jabra GN 1900 FAQ

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