Summary: This, in my opinion, is the premier headset for office professionals
Pros: *Be aware that you need the base to go with this unit* #1. Crystal Clear Sound #2. True Wireless Freedom 100ft+ range #3. Music/notifications from computer play in background and is unable to be heard by the person I'm speaking with. #4.Charge lasts all day #5. Continuous software updates for the...
Cons: Only one. Mine is 2.5 years old and the mic boom has broken. However, all of the units being sold now have been redesigned with a curved mic boom. I assume this redesign addresses the week mic boom in the first design.
Summary: This headset works well with my SNOM Voice over IP phone, with one caveat: I can't answer the phone with it. The audio quality is excellent, and I have had no complaints from anyone I am speaking with.
Summary: I've had this headset for over a year now and decided it was time to write a review. I have this connected to an AT&T desk phone. I've never been very happy with the call quality of this headset. I'm constantly having to adjust the speaker volume, mic volume and other settings.
Summary: Combines with the Jabra GN1000 handset lifter, this is a great combination. I can walk out into the yard and hear perfectly clearly then hit a button on the headset and hang up the phone in the basement.
Summary: This Jabra headset is a very neat little device. By far the best feature is that it can hook up to your office phone AND your computer. So if your office uses MS Communicator or MS Lync (or Skype or any other computer-based calling service) this headset will be compatible.