Headset is great, the handset lifter belongs in the trash.
24 May 2013
Summary: In form and function it is a generally nice product with only a few issues. First, the headset I got wasn't an 'e' revision meaning it didn't work with the Electronic Hook Switch adapters so you need the handset lifter.
Summary: Definitely makes it nice when your job is 70% phone work. I used to have a big pain in my neck each day from work, but now I don't get angry at customers after being on the phones for 15 minutes with them!
Pros: LOVE this product. It's clear, don't need to really touch my phone, except for one problem (in Cons), setup was simple although it did require reading the instructions to be sure all was okay.
Cons: The only problem I have is that it will only pick up with the ear press button with only 4 different protocols, and requires an extra converter if your phone doesn't use one the Jabra is programmed to use. My Avaya needs another $45 part to work with it, which seems silly seeing the price of the ...
Summary: Combine this headset with 550-horsepower twin-turbo Callaway Speedster, a bottle-glass-green top-less two-seater that pumps out nearly 700 ft-lbs of torque, you will feel and look 20 years younger! Who cares about sound quality, this little nmber is going to haul in so much 20 year old tail for you!
Pros: This headset gives me that steamy NC-17-and-beyond sort of look. You will look like and feel like Mario Lopez! (I have been mistaken for him several times while wearing this little number!)
Cons: There are no cons! Seriously! This headset is the best! you are going to look so hot cruising with this on while blasting out some Huey Lewis!!
Summary: I haven't found Usb drivers for any headset that lets me mute the sound of my own voice. On my old mic i could mute the mic in the sound panel so i wouldn't hear myself. however thats not the case with USB mics..
Pros: Works great with ventrillo, i mainly use it for Wow and counter strike. I just channel all the voice chat to the ear piece and game sounds to the default speakers. I found it on sale for 120 bucks listed under the company name GN netcom which i guess jabra bought/aqquired. Lasts for full night of...
Cons: No foam over the mic. I added the foam off my old w*lmart mic and it still fits on the charger fine.