Summary: I returned this products take like 3 hours to figure out the conections between the hand set and base was not working properly i will not recommended to buy a used headsets, vendor take forever to give back the money.
Excerpt: I use the product in my classroom and the server room where I perform tech support behind racks of equipment. It has good sound quality though I wish there was not as much humming as there is in the background. I'd still recommend the product. It serves it's purpose well.
For the right environment this can be a worthwhile investment
25 September 2013
Summary: If you have the right business phone (requires special cable that can be ~$50), softphone & bluetooth phone to connect to, this provides a nice looking, long distance (300'), quality connection with the flexibility to support the 3 connections. An example would be using the (not included) special cable for an Avaya business desk phone, + a USb to skype on pc, + bluetooth to cell that is sitting in your charging cradle----(this is NOT for use outside the base range so...
Summary: The W740 and the W745 are by far the best headsets I have ever used. I have it hooked to my cell, my VoIP phone and to my computer all at the same time. If you spend 5min to read the manual, I guarantee you will use every feature of this headset. It comes with various attachments, so you have many choices how to wear it. I have tried many and this is the ONE.
Excerpt: I work from home and my "office phone" is through my computer. I needed a wireless headset that would allow me to walk around my house during conference calls. I've been on so many back to back calls, that lunch became non-existent. This allows me to run to the kitchen to grab something to eat and still keep up with my calls. <br /><br />Also a plus that I can use it with my iPhone via bluetooth.
Excerpt: I use this daily as my work headset. I can easily move around our entire office without losing connection (close to the 300+ foot range). Works perfect with my Polycom IP-450, Samsung GSII, and my SIP Soft Phone (SSP) and switching is a button away. The biggest con is that you have to buy an expensive cable to use EHS (Electronic Hook Switch) with Polycom IP phones.