Designed to perform, built to last. GN2000 Series headsets are the perfect contact centre headsets. They deliver true wideband sound quality, day-to-day durability, all-day comfort and unprecedented affordability.
With frequency response from 150Hz to 6800Hz, the GN2000 is the only commercial headset to meet VoIP wideband standards. Two microphone/boom combinations are available, a flex/noise cancelling combination and an industry-first flex/SoundTube model. They also include PeakStopTM technology for hearing protection.
From its sturdy rubber-plastic composite to all-metal boom pivots and impact resistant headbands, every detail of the GN2000 Series has been designed and engineered with durability in mind.
• Hard-wired USB for PC-based IP telephony
• Lightweight for exceptional comfort and day-after-day durability
I was really impressed. Very impressed even. A call to a fellow reviewer was the best time to try out this headset, and I have to say the call was crystal clear.
The quality of the headset meant that I could hear my fellow reviewer as if he was sat next to me and not most of the way around the country. There was no fuzziness or dropping out. And being able to test this headset against the Jabra M5390 Bluetooth Headset was probably a better and fairer test than trying the headset when listening to cheaper, inferior quality headsets that other chat buddies may be using.
The headset is optomised for Microsoft Office Communicator, and although I used this headset with Skype, it worked perfectly, other than one button, which I assume is designed to answer or finish calls. But I would have to try this on Office Communicator to see how well this works. Functioning on Skype showed no problems.
The cable length is sufficiently long for you not to be tied so closely with your computer, and the microphone meant I did not feel the need to raise my voice as so many in the office do with the work-supplied cheap headsets. It is slim-line and stylish, looking exceptionally good in the home or the office.
I can't wait to read my fellow reviewer's review on the Bluetooth version.
Having tried it, I am very impressed with it. I have no hesitation in highly recommending this headset to anyone.... and everyone.
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