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121. Plantronics M2500 Bluetooth Headset
$69.99 $58.99 list()
122. Plantronics M3000 Bluetooth Headset
$78.99 $64.95 list($149.99)
123. Plantronics DSP-500 Digitally-Enhanced
$21.24 $17.38 list($34.95)
124. Plantronics Audio 90 Multimedia
$52.94 list($129.99)
125. Plantronics DSP-400 Digitally-Enhanced
$21.99 $10.99 list($44.95)
126. Plantronics MX150 Flexible Boom
$44.99 $39.99 list($99.99)
127. Plantronics DSP-100 Digitally-Enhanced
$144.94 list($299.95)
128. Plantronics CS50 - Repacked
$29.99 $19.99 list($64.99)
129. Plantronics Headset M175 for Mobile
$99.99 $87.98 list()
130. Plantronics M3500 Bluetooth Headset
$36.49
131. Plantronics GameCom Halo 2 Edition
$55.99 list($139.99)
132. Plantronics Vista Universal Modular
$98.99 $91.21 list($149.99)
133. Plantronics Switcher Multimedia
$14.99 $4.99 list($29.95)
134. Plantronics M110 Over The Head
$119.99 list($159.95)
135. Ameriphone Dialogue XL-50 Amplified
$13.99 $9.59 list()
136. Plantronics PCHSSWITCH PC Speaker
$29.99 $25.41 list()
137. Plantronics MX300 Retractable
$15.99 $12.13 list($24.99)
138. Plantronics Audio 30 Stereo Earbud
$11.99 $6.63 list($14.99)
139. Plantronics Audio 10 PC Microphone
$98.28 list($149.99)
140. Plantronics A20 Telephone Headset

121. Plantronics M2500 Bluetooth Headset
list price: $69.99
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B0002T58BA
Catlog: Wireless
Manufacturer: Plantronics
Sales Rank: 47
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

To take full advantage of your Bluetooth-equipped phone, the first thing on your list should be a comfortable, easy-to-use wireless headset. That's where the Plantronics M2500 comes in. With up to five hours of talk time; a comfortable, lightweight and ergonomic design; and a price that is just right, the M2500 will take your mobile life to a new level.

In addition to providing maximum comfort and sound performance, the M2500's "SoundGuide" earpiece is designed to fit in either ear. Meanwhile, a multifunction toggle simplifies the headset's functions by combining power, volume and mute into a single, easy-to-use control. An LED status indicator keeps tabs on battery life and power status, while a convenient call answer/end button on the M2500's boom makes it easy to accept and end calls. The device works up to 30 feet away from your mobile phone, so you can talk and walk freely even if your phone is inside your briefcase, pocket, or across the room from you. And with a weight of just 23 grams, you'll hardly know you're wearing anything on your ear!

In addition to five hours of talk time, the headset's NiMH rechargeable battery supports up to 120 hours of standby time so you'll always be ready to receive a call. The M2500 supports Bluetooth headset and hands-free profiles for universal compatibility with Bluetooth mobile phones, computers, PDAs and more.

What's in the Box
M2500, AC charger, user's manual ... Read more

Features

  • Bluetooth wireless freedom
  • Up to 5 hours of talk time, 120 hours standby
  • Easy to use controls for volume, mute and call answer/end
  • SoundGuide™ earpiece for comfort and performance
  • Compatible with Bluetooth devices supporting the headset or hands-free profile

Reviews (16)

1-0 out of 5 stars Argh. I ignored reviews, as they were conflicting
So, because of the "It's great!" vs. "IT SUCKS" reviews, I ordered a few of these for people at my office. We have voip phones, and staff in New York, Portland, and... I wanted one myself because they seem neat.

Everyone hates them, and we're all using different hardware. It works "Fine" with my Motorola a630, until is disconnects randomly or if I need to use while moving *At all*, then it becomes excessively staticy. I also want to use it with my laptop at times, for the softphone, and... what a huge pain. I still can't figure out how to make this stable.

Other people are using it strictly with a PC or a Mac (both, in this case) for voip soft phones... and they either stop working randomly, are staticy, and in one case the mic just sounds HORRIBLE on the other end.

suck. Will return them all, I guess, in exchange for something "better". sigh.

4-0 out of 5 stars I like it - good for the money
I'm sure there are better units, but I didn't feel like spending the extra $30 for the next one up. Yes, there are some "wind issues", but I don't know how you can get away from that. Fits my ear well (it's a fairly average ear, I think...)

Connecting via Bluetooth to my Cingular/Treo 650 is very reliable. Battery charge is excellent.

Setup is easy, but the instructions are a little difficult to follow because they have the translation of every sentence into about 20 languages. It was the first blue tooth device I ever had and I was very impressed with the ease of use from the beginning.

5-0 out of 5 stars Worked right away and works well!
After trying two other brands, this one actually works! I can get about 45 feet away from the phone - even with walls in between. Fits nice, don't even notice it after a little while. And I'm hard of hearing, but it has GREAT volume!
Good product. TERRIBLE manual.

4-0 out of 5 stars almost the best
I like this headset. it fits snugly, but after wearing awhile the earbud becomes uncomfortable. the sound quality is great but does get noise outdoors. I had no trouble setting it up once I figured out the manual.In the future I think I will go with the design that does not go into the ear.

1-0 out of 5 stars Waste of Money
I am using this device with an HP IPaq 6315, which is admittedly not the world's greatest phone to begin with.

The Plantronics is basically useless unless you can insulate yourself from external sound sources.So you can exclude such mundane uses as walking on city streets.In Manhattan the only way I could hear another person was to cup one hand over the Plantronics unit.If I wanted to do that, I could have just held the phone to my ear.What's the point of a hands-free connection that requires hands to use?

Keep shopping and leave this thing on the store shelves, where it belongs. ... Read more


122. Plantronics M3000 Bluetooth Headset

our price: $69.99
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Asin: B0000CEPCR
Catlog: Wireless
Manufacturer: Plantronics Inc.
Sales Rank: 237
Average Customer Review: 2.67 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Keep yourself connected while keeping your hands free, with the Plantronics M3000 Bluetooth Headset. Ideal for your mobile phone, smartphone, automobile phone, or your PC, this wireless headset allows you to roam up to 30 feet from any Bluetooth device. A single NiMH battery provides up to eight hours of talk time or 200 hours of standby, and the noise-canceling microphone makes sure that you're always heard clearly.

The Plantronics M3000 boasts a well-though-out design and weighs just over one ounce. Easy-to-use controls are located on the headset itself, permitting quick access to volume, mute, power, and call answer/end. An online indicator light lets others know when you're busy with a call. The Plantronics M3000 comes with two snap-on, reversible earloops with both small and large sizes for a perfect fit. It is backed by a one-year warranty.

What's in the Box
Plantronics headset, two reversible earloops (large and small), AC charger, rechargeable battery, user guide, warranty information ... Read more

Features

  • Bluetooth wireless freedom
  • Up to 8 hours of talk time, 200 hours standby
  • Easy to use controls for volume, mute and call answer/end
  • Noise-canceling microphone reduces background noise
  • Compatible with Bluetooth devices supporting the headset or hands-free profile

Reviews (3)

1-0 out of 5 stars At first I was sort of pleased...
It works great for about 2 minutes, but then the distortion starts and I have to disconnect and call back without the headset. This has happened so consistently that I rarely pick it up. It is also uncomefortable to wear.

3-0 out of 5 stars Broken ear loop
I have not yet purchased the Plantronics headset. It looks very much like the Nokia and I had the same problem with the earloop breaking where the ring snaps onto the headset. Super glue does not work (and doesn''t on many plastics) but there is a simple solution. Purchase a bag of heatshrink tubing at Radio Shack. Pick a size that just slips over the broken ring, work it back over the other side and heat (I used a propane lighter, carefully!). The repair has held up for over a year.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good performance, less than ideal fit
I actually use this more for voice recognition and office dictation via wireless set up then for my phone which is not Bluetooth enabled.
The instruction booklet was very informative, however the unit, which I chose because of battery life, does somewhat pull at the ear.
The plastic piece that connects the unit to your ear after one week of use has already snapped, and despite crazy glue unfortunately snapped again. The voice recognition part and transmission is excellent and the battery life is as advertised at eight hours after an overnight charge. While sitting in the ear, the buttons are fairly accessible without playing around. I used the Jabra product and the voice clarity on playback was not as good. Now the way this unit looks, you can pretend that you're a Starfleet indications officer, if anyone watched the old series. Overall I think it's performing as expected, and if it just was better able to hang in the ear, I'd call it an excellent unit. ... Read more


123. Plantronics DSP-500 Digitally-Enhanced USB Gaming/Multimedia Stereo Headset and Software
list price: $149.99
our price: $78.99
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Asin: B00005A9AV
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Plantronics
Sales Rank: 1514
Average Customer Review: 3.94 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Digital Signal Processor for digitally-enhanced stereo sound in multimedia applications
  • 40 mm speakers for superior bass response
  • High quality microphone with QuickAdjust boom
  • Aggressive, cool design with strong appeal to gamers

Reviews (34)

5-0 out of 5 stars Overall a great headset!
Overall I'm very happy with this headset. It delivers great sound and is reasonably priced - a great value IMO.

Installation was super easy. The instructions give you step by step details on what to do, not that you really need them. I just pop'd in the install CD, installed their software, plugged in the headset to the USB port. Done. (FYI, I'm using Windows XP)

I have no issues going between speakers / headset. Again, it's very easy. A switch on the little control panel would have been nice to disable it, rather than using the software or unplugging it, but not a big deal, as I'm already conditioned to this.

I think the sound quality is excellent! I basically use mine for playing games and have played a few dozens games since I've got this headset and have been impressed with the nice bass response and very clear sound. It really puts you in the action!

The microphone boom works great too. My friends on Roger Wilco can actually hear me and I don't have to shout (makes the wife happy!). It seems to be a tad hard to 'twist' the boom down into position, but I'd rather have it a little stiff than loose and it always falling out of place (like my old headset).

I enjoy the speakers enclosing the ear which gives a nice solid fit. They feel natural and haven't encumbered anything I do with game playing for the most part (switching rapidly between mouse/keyboard/joystick on games like BattleField 1942 can be tricky without touching the headset wires). My only wish is that they would have made it cordless to match my keyboard, mouse, and flight stick.

Enjoy!

4-0 out of 5 stars Good, not worth the price differential against HS1
I bought the DSP-500 at a Fry's a few weeks back because it was the only nice headset they carried. And that it is--it's a NICE headset. It is engineered like the $130 it originally was--very comfortable, very solid feeling.

The DSP-500 is a stereo VoIP/game/dictation/whatever headset. It has two large 40mm speakers that sound quite good. The headset itself is extremely comfortable and uses a pretty standard two-part headband--there is a plastic connection that keeps the two halves together and contains the audio wire, and a rubber bit that supports a lot of the weight of the headset, and keeps your hair from getting in the various sliding joints. The rubber is a bit sticky--maybe that washes out, certainly never tried. The microphone unit is standard stuff, don't know its specs.

The major selling point of the DSP series is, to me, it's most questionable and pointless-- the Digital Signal Processor, that box you see on the cable. Basically, it's a USB sound card with built-in sound. Or to less generous consumers, it's an excuse to charge $50 or $70 more. The DSP, I suppose, is nice if you don't have a sound card, or have a bad sound card--not most people, certainly not somebody who would spend this kind of cash on a headset. The DSP is not particularly good, either--there is a LOT of "buzz" in the headset as soon as Windows turns the thing on, that's seperate from any volume. It is quite loud. The sound quality is not great. The microphone acts quite strangely indeed--it has "noise cancellation" which does seem to do SOMETHING, but not anything effective like a good cartoid microphone, and when you're not actively making noise, it records a gawdawful buzzing and clicking. Another reviewer has mentioned some sort of update from Plantronics, which perhaps might fix that problem. Either way, the cheap little DSP is not anywhere near as good as the emu10k1 in the Sound Blaster Live! I have (which is, incidentally, a very nice mid-end DSP). The other issue is, this is a _computer_ mike... only. The only connector is the USB connection. That's an awfully expensive headset for a single use. The one other issue with the USB sound is the way Windows handles it--it treats it as a different audio device, so you must select in the "control panel/Multimedia" dialog which device you want for playback, and for recording; you cannot play to both at once. Also, some software has minor technical issues with things not being "normal."

The Plantronics software _appears_ totally useless... it has a few equalizer presets that could possibly be of use... to somebody else. The microphone equalizer is sort of pointless, and the playback equalizer definitely so. Other than that, it has buttons "play movie, listen to MP3" that you can map to different programs. Yawn.

So, why am I writing this middling review and giving it 4 stars? Well, on the second bit, because it _is_ a damn good headset. However, I wish to compare it to my NEW headset, the Plantronics HS1. The HS1 is probably not available on Amazon--you can buy it from Plantronics' distributor (...). The HS1 is the DSP-500's older, cheaper twin: Plantronics sells it for (...)and I've not found it available anywhere else. The major difference is the lack of the DSP, but it's not an identical product: the headset itself is minorly different in a negative way: it's a little bit harder, is purple and blue instead of black and grey (basically, the DSP-500 looks way more "professional" or if you will, "l33t"), the microphone boom an microphone are formed a bit differently (don't know if there's any functional difference, it's the same rotation-extension system), and the little inline volume control is not a nice--it's analog, not digital, so it's bigger, it's got a big wheel and an actual switch to turn off the microphone. The main difference for me is the end of the thing--two normal 1/8" stereo jacks. So for the "price" of -$20, a _slightly_ less comfortable and sechsay headset, having to use a normal soundcard, and (probably) getting to deal with Plantronics' distributor (not that that's bad--it came a couple days after I ordered it, normal shipping time). I'd advise you to choose the HS1.

Other than that, however, the DSP-500 is your buy if you want this type of device. If Plantronics has something to fix the problematic signal processor, this could well be the almost-perfect USB headset: comfortable, light, good-looking, and did I mention, it sounds _great_ with those big 40mm babies. It'd be nice if Plantronics would update the HS1 to include the various nice parts of the DSP-500.

5-0 out of 5 stars they good
idk why that person says that don't get loud enough . . .
They get loud enough for me to listen with them only around my neck. Mic is good i say its good

1-0 out of 5 stars No serial number?
I have this DSP headset. It work well at the beginning but after about 4 months, the right side speaker does not function, so the sound are only are from the left side. When I try to send it for the warranty repair, the support said that I need the proof of purchase, but I lost it.

The headset doesn't even have the serial number, this make it very hard to claim the warranty.

1-0 out of 5 stars Dsp .... wow
Dsps are good forawhile but plantronics quality is hella bad... audio90s i give about not even a year and same with dsps... thats why they come with a 2 year warrenty ... Read more


124. Plantronics Audio 90 Multimedia Stereo PC Headset
list price: $34.95
our price: $21.24
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Asin: B0000665P5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Plantronics
Sales Rank: 346
Average Customer Review: 3.51 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Full-range stereo sound with maximum bass
  • Superior speech recognition microphone
  • QuickAdjust microphone for perfect placement
  • Inline volume and mute controls
  • 2.9 M cord, 2.5 mm gold-plated plugs

Reviews (35)

5-0 out of 5 stars A Great PC Headset
Just as a first hand note, my rating is based on the price range for this item. This has good audio quality, both out through the headphones and in through the microphone. This obviously isn't a high-quality audiophile-wooing headset, but I'd say it has sound plenty good for anything you may want to use it for on a day to day basis (that includes music). The headset is very comfortable, and is easily adjustable to fit even up to the largest heads. The microphone is nicely placed, and is adjustable as well, though somewhat awkwardly compared to the headset itself. The microphone can also fold up when not in use. There is a control on the cord that can mute the microphone as well as adjust the headphone volume. The cord is also very long, but includes a clip for attaching to clothing or where ever else a clip may serve handy. This has been purchased not only by myself, but two of my best friends, and even by the local LAN gaming arcade for every PC there, and all have given it praise. For this value, you can't go wrong with the Plantronics headset, and I would recommend it to anybody.

ADDENDUM:
I've noticed a few people speak about the cord breaking away from the headset. This did actually happen to my own pair, but not by my own use. My brother was using them and dropped them on the ground to get up and run over to somewhere, and while running he caught the headphones on his foot and yanked on the cord, thus breaking them. However, this was after having them for already half a year and putting them through much use. If you are delicate with your headphones like I am, this is still a wise choice.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Sounding Headphones
I've been using the Audio 90s for a good period of time now. Through that time I've played many games, listened to basically all genres of music, and have used them for everyday computing. The sound quality was definitely above what I expected from a 30 dollar pair of headphones. The bass response is suprisingly good while listening to music and playing games like counter-strike I have no problems pinpointing exactly where people are.

My only complaint about these headphones is the comfort level. I don't know if it's just me but everytime I wear these it feels like they're squeezing my head and after a long period of use my ears actually hurt. Other than that these are probably the best pair of lower end headphones you can buy.

1-0 out of 5 stars Mine Broke
About 3 weeks into gaming I heard static on the right side of the headphones, a week later I could hear more static. Now I hear noting on the right side. The microphone is medicore in quality and I dont think I will ever purchase this headphone again but for $20 their isnt much too lose unless you buy yourself 3-4 for the year..Sorry Plantronics I give you 1 Star..

3-0 out of 5 stars too quiet
i had these headphones for almsot two weeks now. the right side is already broken. the headset didn't experience any physical abuse, the right side just stopped working. even if its working, its too damn quiet. when listening to music, i would prefer it be a bit louder.

3-0 out of 5 stars Okay for the price
These are decent, but not great headphones. They have a lot of handy features, but in my opinion, are barely adequate for the use I purchased them for, which is dictation. To get the clearest sound, the microphone should be positioned slightly to the side of the mouth, not directly in front of it. While the microphone on the set does adjust up and down and in and out, it cannot be moved back and forth; so it is difficult to position it anywhere but in front of your mouth. If I wear the headphones askew, with the microphone side positioned farther backwards and the other headphone pushed forwards, I can get acceptable clarity for the voice recognition software I use. But I will be buying a different pair, and would not recommend these.

Another thing I don't like about these headphones is that the earpieces become uncomfortable even after a fairly short duration (15 to 20 minutes). They are definitely not appropriate for extended wear. Also, though the headphone sound is adequate for dictation purposes, don't expect anything impressive when listening to music. They sound boxy and flat.

Again, for the price I guess you can't expect too much. But for anyone who will be using these frequently, I would recommend springing for a better pair. ... Read more


125. Plantronics DSP-400 Digitally-Enhanced USB Foldable Stereo Headset and Software
list price: $129.99
our price: $52.94
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Asin: B00005A9AU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Plantronics
Sales Rank: 1272
Average Customer Review: 2.25 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Digitally enhanced noise-canceling microphone
  • Digital signal processor delivers the full spectrum of the human voice
  • Foldable for easy storage and transport
  • QuickAdjust microphone boom
  • USB interface; 1-year warranty

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars What are the other people talking about?
This headset is very good. The usb connection is so relable and fast, unlike the analog connections on normal hearsets that require 3 plugs (right audio, left audio, mic)! This is great if you don't have a sound card. The audio quality is very good too. I listen to music, play games and watch movies. The mic is handy in games that I play like The Specilists, Counter-Strike, and Day of Defeat. The sound quality is beautiful and gives me the chills when I play games like Deus Ex Invis War at night. The robust booms of mortar fire rock my world in Call of Duty. My friends sometimes don't even have their mics on because their mic analog plug is so far from the other sound plugs. Sometimes I wonder why I got my soundblaster audigy 2 soundcard and 6.1 mega works speaker system, o ya, for parties, duh! Anyways, this is a great headset, I don't quite know why the other have experianced what they have.

1-0 out of 5 stars enjoy random ubearable high pitched scratchy sound??
These headphones are definately not worth the price. I got these for christmas this past year, so luckily it wasn't my money, and was hyped about the USB connect thinking it would rock my audio world. I was wrong. I would trade these in for headphones with a normal audio connection anyday. Whenever I listen to certain music, or play video games the audio will suddenly become extremely high pitched and scratchy and absolutely unbearable to listen to. I have determined it is the USB soundcard connection, since I never had the problem when using other headphones connected to my computer's soundcard. The problem will occasionally fix itself after about 5 seconds, but sometimes the only way to make it stop is to completely stop/pause the audio source, and then restart it. Also, the software included really isn't that great at all, and I have found absolutely no use for it.

I will admit that these headphones are comfortable, the mic seems to work well, and the whole fold-ability is a nice feature if you were to use them with a laptop and were always on the go; but those are about the only benefits. I only recommend buying these if you enjoy random ubearable high pitched scratchy sound.

1-0 out of 5 stars The software just hasn't evolved far enough...
I use a laptop and enjoy the ability to simply plug in my headphones and listen to music. Using a Windows XP Professional Operating System, the problem with this device is that I must start my computer with it plugged in for it to function properly. If my computer has already started, I must plug in the head phones and restart the computer.

Hopefully, their software will improve.

2-0 out of 5 stars Beware !
1. This is NOT a noise cancelling headset : it has just a noise cancelling microphone so this only works in filtering your voice (I can't really see the point...), NOT the surrounding environment (like airplane buzz or aircon in the office). 2. It only has a USB plug, no hifi-jack so forget using it with an MP3 or CD player. 3. The CD-Rom with the Plantronics software was defective. 4. Plantronics customer's support is difficult to access and poor. The FAQ's on their site are uselesss (try to figure out if the DSP 400 has a Noise Cancelling function, good luck ...) If you want a Noise Cancelling, try the Maxell NoiseBuster (probably the best deal 40$) or the Koss QuietZone 2000 (better but is it worth 140$ vs. the Maxell ?). Taipan92 ... Read more


126. Plantronics MX150 Flexible Boom Headset w/ 2.5mm Plug
list price: $44.95
our price: $21.99
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Asin: B0000ALPBP
Catlog: Wireless
Manufacturer: Plantronics
Sales Rank: 112
Average Customer Review: 3.17 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Plantronics MX150 noise-canceling mobile headset combines the company's proprietary Flex Grip design with advanced microphone technology to deliver a discreet, stable, and high-quality headset. The MX150 is compatible with most headset-ready mobile devices, including models made by Motorola, Samsung, LG, and Kyocera.

The headset's bendable noise-canceling boom mic is designed to provide an optimal fit and high clarity just about anywhere, and the headset's Flex Grip design permits one-handed placement in your ear.

One-touch call answer/end and voice-activated dialing are available for most popular Nokia and Motorola phones, though be aware that voice-activated dialing must be supported by your phone or service for this feature.

The headset uses a standard 2.5 mm input in an L-shaped configuration that limits wear and tear. ... Read more

Features

  • Flex Grip design creates an exceptionally stable and comfortable fit
  • Pivoting, bendable boom for optimal positioning
  • Noise-canceling microphone provides superior sound quality
  • Uses Plantronics most popular discreet style
  • Compatible with all phones that have a 2.5mm jack

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars this headset has all the qualities i look for in a girl...
...Great to talk with, nice to look at, and......ergonomically correct...?

(enough of my odd humor for now...)

So I bought this headset along with my sanyo pm8200, which is a nice phone by the way. Anyway, I absolutely love the headset. I can hear the people I talk to perfectly, and they can hear me fine. The only time there was a little trouble was when there was a little wind. The noise-cancelling capabilities were not operating to their fullest apparently, because I could not be heard crystal-clearly through the gusts of wind.

So quality of input/output is great, but what about the big C- comfort. Actually, it's a very ergonomically-correct headset. It doesn't have the horrible feel of a pair of regular headphones (with the earpiece engulfing your ear), while it also doesn't have the headache-inducing pain of an earbud (the kind that sticks right into your ear). It's something completely new. In case you're unfamiliar with the design, it looks like an earbud with a little flexible hook attached to the bottom. This hook wraps comfortably around the bottom of your earlobe, and the earbud sticks in your ear (yet somehow doesn't stick in it all..it just rests there). Here is where the headset design is both ingenious and annoying. Maybe it is because I have big ears, I'm not sure...but whenever I put this thing on, it stays on my ear fine, but the earbud never stays INSIDE my ear, or at least it doesn't feel like it does. It's distracting for me, because I constantly feel like the thing is going to fall out of my ear. But I also wouldn't like it if it was jammed too far into my ear...

Perhaps I am being too picky, or maybe I'm just wearing the thing incorrectly. In all fairness, this headset deserves a 5 because of its ingenious ergonomical design, great quality of input/output, and good looks (compared to some others I've seen people touting on their heads).

5-0 out of 5 stars Great headset, looks really cool and works well
I've owned this headset for about 6 months and I'm very happy with it. It securely attaches to the ear without irritating it, and nobody has complained about the quality of sound. It's small and looks really cool. In my opinion this is the best headset (I've tried a few) unless you go wireless.

2-0 out of 5 stars Sounds good to me, but not to the other person
I bought this headset for two major reasons. First, it is a Plantronics. I have had several Plantronics devices and all have been exceptional. Secondly, the unique ear-clip design looked as though it would keep the ear piece in place comfortably.

It is a very comfortable headset and I can wear this all day! Snug yet you can quickly forget its there. It will never pop out either.

The sound quality to me was low, but acceptable. I have an LG phone, so I agree with the other reviewer that this might be an issue for folks with lesser amplified phones. But for me, it was fine.

The problem I had was that the people on the other end kept complaining that my phone was cutting out, I was difficult to understand, etc. I suspect the noise cancelation circuitry is responsible for that. When people would complain, I would unhook the headset and things would improve. The issue was definitely the headset.

I returned it and I'm looking for something else now. I recommend you avoid this way and be wary of other units with noise cancelation circuitry. Which whatever you buy, test it on yourself by leaving yourself a voice message using the headset and you will see how clear - or unclear - you really sound.

1-0 out of 5 stars Worst headset product ever.
I have been buying headsets for cell phones for years now, and lately have been on a search for one that allows the user to actually hear, even in noisy environments. I have tried products from Motorola, Jensen, Southwestern Bell, Plantronics and even some "no name" headsets found on ebay. Plantronics (including all Plantronics models I have tried for home phones for years) are THE WORST. Buy *anything* else. Plantronics products are completely unusable unless you have a hearing aid and I am amazed this company is still in business. This model headset is no different.

2-0 out of 5 stars Difficult to hear
I own both a Motorola T730 and a LG VX4500 and have used the MX150 with both phones. Used in conjunction with the Motorola it is basically worthless due to low volume. It is slightly better when used with the LG, which seems to have better amplification on the handset when compared to the Motorola, but I still don't feel it is an ideal solution. ... Read more


127. Plantronics DSP-100 Digitally-Enhanced USB Speech Recognition PC Headset with Software
list price: $99.99
our price: $44.99
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Asin: B00005A9AQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Plantronics
Sales Rank: 1195
Average Customer Review: 2.43 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

A perfect choice for Internet telephony, Web chat, and voice- and speech-recognition applications, Plantronics' lightweight, monaural DSP-100 USB headset ensures accurate speech recognition, unmatched clarity, and uncommon comfort. The DSP-100 features a noise-canceling microphone and comes packaged with the Plantronics PerSono audio control center software for PC and Macintosh computers.

DSP (digital signal processing) technology further reduces background noise. Comfortable swivel earphones and an adjustable microphone boom enhance comfort and extend product life. Other features include inline digital volume and mute controls, integrated third-party software, an easy one-step-installation from CD-ROM, and Plantronics PerSono Audio Control software.

The Plantronics PerSono audio-control software provides a single interface for controlling all computer audio settings, from adjusting the headset's microphone and speaker settings to launching and controlling MP3, CD, and DVD files. Previously, you had to open your computer's control panel to access and adjust these audio functions and settings. With PerSono software it's all right at your fingertips.

Having a single interface lets you quickly and easily adjust volume, balance, bass and treble for the headphone output, as well as mute and volume for the microphone. This makes it easy to set personal preferences and obtain the best performance no matter what your application. You can also select EQ presets for different music styles (i.e. rock, jazz, R&B, classical.)

The USB digital interface module--which resides inline with the headset cord and obviates the need for a sound card--uses 32-bit DSP technology from Texas Instruments, which enhances the input and output signals. (This connection complies with the latest USB standards and is compatible with Windows 98 SE, Windows 2000, and Macintosh 9.04 operating systems.)

The package also includes software titles such as Lernout & Hauspie's Voice Express for speech recognition, Net2Phone for Internet telephony, Voice Pilot for voice-embedded e-mail capabilities, Hearme.com and Firetalk for Internet gaming and conferencing, and an MP3 player for Windows and Mac platforms. ... Read more

Features

  • PC headset with ultra-sensitive noise-canceling microphone
  • Convenient USB connection, sleek, stylish design
  • QuickAdjust microphone lets you position the microphone easily
  • Plantronics digital signal processing improves speech accuracy
  • PC and Macintosh compatible

Reviews (7)

4-0 out of 5 stars Works well with ViaVoice on Macintosh
I plugged it into the Macintosh. I selected it in the Control Panel. It worked the very first time. I have not loaded any software.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good for voice recognition
Been using this on Win2K machine for over a year. Does pretty good job for voice recognition in Dragon, and it's not the most expensive USB headset. Recognition with this is definitely better than analog (non-USB) headset going thru a soundcard. Only drag is that the Plantronics software is not up to snuff -- fairs poorly in comparison to the headset (which is of pretty good quality). I initially had trouble getting the software to recognize the headset at all, and Plantronics support was unhelpful -- as mentioned elsewhere their knee-jerk response is that "it must be your fault, go away." Have overcome their software problems by ignoring their configuation software and just setting up in target application (e.g., in Dragon).

4-0 out of 5 stars Rocks on a mac!!!
So sorry to hear all the bad reviews from PC users. On a Mac (as usual) you simply plug it in and it's available for whatever software you're using. The DSP-300 ($...) has 2 earpieces which is obviously much better for music, but if you're using this for video conferencing or speech programs this is a great deal for $...

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't Buy
I purchased this for my son to play Half-Life online. It cuts out ALL the time. It supposedly has problems with Athlon based computers. I tried a fix (which must be done on a non-Athlon computer) but it didn't work. Wasted my money.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't get as a PS2 SOCOM headset replacement
Somebody had recommended this as a replacement for PS2's SOCOM US Navy Seals headset, but forget it. This won't work with SOCOM. ... Read more


128. Plantronics CS50 - Repacked
list price: $299.95
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Asin: B0006VY0RM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Plantronics
Sales Rank: 5566
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Product Description

The CS50 headset communicates directly with the base station, so the CS50 is totally wireless. The range of up to 300 feet is best-in-class. Simply the best and the coolest wireless headset around! The repack model has been tested to be perfect and repackaged. It may have been short-term display models, or have been unpacked and returned by direct marketing buyers. This headset is in perfect new condition and carries the full and usual warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • 300ft. range from base station.
  • Answer and end calls remotely with the optional HL10 automated handset lifter.
  • 64-bit digital encrypted radio signal ensures that nobody can listen in to your calls.
  • Noise-canceling microphone filters out unwanted background noises.
  • Up to eight hours of talk time without recharging.

129. Plantronics Headset M175 for Mobile & Cordless Phones
list price: $64.99
our price: $29.99
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Asin: B00001W0EQ
Catlog: Wireless
Manufacturer: Plantronics
Sales Rank: 107
Average Customer Review: 3.66 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The Plantronics lightweight headset is designed to free your hands while you drive or work with a wireless phone. Though the unit's noise-canceling microphone makes it especially suitable for calls placed over a cell phone, it's also appropriate for use with traditional office phones.

Recipients of our phone calls reported no annoying disturbances or distortions during conversation, and audio quality on our end was clear as well, if a bit muffled. The headset works best on phones that feature good volume controls, because the microphone adjust switch raises and lowers the volume in a very narrow range.

The M175 also has the nifty feature of converting from a headband to an over-the-ear-style headset. Unfortunately, this also makes for a somewhat flimsy construction. Pieces immediately began falling off the unit as soon as we removed it from its packaging, though snapping the components back in place took little effort.

Overall, the Plantronics M175 headset is a versatile, quality headset for those looking for a hands-free way to work with their mobile or cordless phones. --John Frederick Moore

Pros:

  • Lightweight design
  • Good sound quality

Cons:

  • Headset microphone has narrow volume range
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Features

  • Inline volume and mute control
  • Designed for the demands of an active lifestyle
  • Comfortable, adjustable headband
  • Noise-canceling microphone for crystal-clear calls
  • Easy hands-free conversation; supports safer driving

Reviews (47)

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent when combined with Panasonic KXTC1851 Phone
I returned the M110 model due to very poor user voice quality. This model's user voice quality is MUCH improved. It also includes a very easy to use mute switch and volume level dial on the cord. I have to agree with other comments that the unit does not appear to be the most robust, but for $$ I don't mind buying a new one every 6 months.


I use this headset with a Panasonic KXTC1851 900 MHz DSS Cordless Phone (which interestingly is now selling for ... more than I paid for it one year ago). This phone has its own volume control and I have no low caller volume issues {that many folks have complained about with this headset) when using this combination. I set my phone at the mid-volume level and then use the headset's volume control for finer adjustments. They work great together.

4-0 out of 5 stars Comfortable; sounds great; you may have to speak up
This headset works well with my Uniden 900 MHz DSS phone (EXI3965). It is light and comfortable, with good sound quality, and is easy to wear. Microphone sensitivity (when set to the maximum) is only moderate; if you are a loud person you won't notice, but the soft-spoken may need to speak up. That may be because the mic boom ends near my cheek, not my mouth - it should be 1-2" longer. The volume control has limited range, but was somewhat effective in cutting hiss from an otherwise noisy cordless phone.

5-0 out of 5 stars It works well
I use this headset with a Motorola Star-Tac. I works perfectly. What make this better is that it is tele-coil compatible, yet reasonably priced. I also find the over the head style more stable, especially on long rides in the car.

4-0 out of 5 stars 4.5 Stars!!!!!- worth it!
I received the M175 in 3/2003- it performed as expected for 10 months (hint - 1 year warranty). The casing on the wire became exposed, which caused noise interference. I use it 4 days a week for 8-10 hours at a time. I got my money worth and recommend it since there are no others on the market with the mute switch and volume control inline.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great product, great customer service
I own two Plantronic M175 headsets. They work on both my Vtech Cordless phone and my older model Motorola cell phone. I like the volume control, mute button, and adjustable microphone level. I have only used it in the "headset" mode, and it is very comfortable. And finally, Plantronics customer support is the best. Even though I have had to replace my headset (perhaps due to my own neglect), they have been very prompt with sending me a replacement at no charge. ... Read more


130. Plantronics M3500 Bluetooth Headset

our price: $99.99
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Asin: B00023ETQQ
Catlog: Wireless
Manufacturer: Plantronics Inc.
Sales Rank: 439
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Product Description

Plantronics (M3500) M3500 Bluetooth Headset ... Read more

Features

  • Bluetooth wireless freedom
  • Up to 3.5 hours of talk time, 76 hours standby
  • Easy to use controls for volume, mute and call answer/end
  • Noise-canceling microphone reduces background noise
  • Compatible with Bluetooth devices supporting the headset or hands-free profile

131. Plantronics GameCom Halo 2 Edition Xbox Headset

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Asin: B0002ZI4LK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Plantronics
Sales Rank: 279
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Amazon.com Product Description

A battle is no time for a communications malfunction, as losing contact with the rest of the squad can mean complete annihilation. Fortunately, Halo 2 gamers who play on Xbox Live can focus exclusively on strategy and forget about their equipment thanks to the GameCom Halo 2 Edition Xbox headset. Plantronics, the world leader in lightweight communications headsets, engineered the GameCom Halo 2 Edition headset specifically for Xbox gamers gearing up for the highly anticipated sequel to Halo, the bestselling game from Bungie Studios. With the headset's superior voice features, online gamers can take full advantage of Halo 2's stunning new multiplayer challenges and also gain a competitive edge in demolishing the opposition. Online multiplayer Halo 2 battles take on new intensity with technological and feature set advances, and the headset also lets clans more effectively strategize and trash talk. An optimized speaker, noise-canceling microphone, and contoured one-ear fit maximize the audio for gamers' complete immersion while also letting them stay aware of what's happening in their other reality--the living room. The GameCom Halo 2 Edition headset delivers a weightless, custom fit for hours of comfortable play so gamers can focus on performance. ... Read more

Features

  • Noise-canceling headset engineered specifically for Xbox and Halo 2 gamers
  • Optimized speaker directs audio to inner ear for immersive sound
  • Noise-canceling microphone amplifies voice relative to other game sounds
  • Single-ear fit lets users absorb game action while tuning in outside sounds
  • Comfortably light and balanced with custom-fit ear buds

132. Plantronics Vista Universal Modular Adapter and Amplifier
list price: $139.99
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Asin: B00004Z7MY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Plantronics
Sales Rank: 10910
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent product, works with most digital systems too
Plantronics has been in the phone business a long time, and it shows in the M12 amplifier. The unit is fairly easy to install. You start by pluggin it into the handset jack on the phone (some digital phone systems like Toshiba Strata Dk will offer an optional headset card - use that as you'll get better phone operation).

You may need 2 AA batteries (or the optional AC adapter), depending on your phone system. Plug in your headset (make sure its compatiable with the quick disconnect plug on the amplifier), and adjust a slider on the side of the amp to select one of five settings (use the one that gives the best quality sound and operation, you won't harm the amp by experimenting). Now you are ready to dial.

What makes this a good product? It is easy to install and configure, sound quality is excellent, and plantronics build quality is exceptional. It should last a long time and endure heavy use, even in a professional call center.

One note, this amplifier will not work with dial in the handset phones. Not too many of those around these days, but its good to be aware of it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Awesome Amp
This amplifier is awesome.Especialy the price.The amp is so cool you can do all kinds of stuff on it.If you want to spend your money on $600 amps go ahead but i choose this one. ... Read more


133. Plantronics Switcher Multimedia Computer Integrated Amplifier
list price: $149.99
our price: $98.99
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Asin: B00004Z7XX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Plantronics
Sales Rank: 20678
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134. Plantronics M110 Over The Head Headset w/ 2.5mm Plug
list price: $29.95
our price: $14.99
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Asin: B00001W0ET
Catlog: Wireless
Manufacturer: Plantronics
Sales Rank: 51
Average Customer Review: 3.32 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The sleek Plantronics M110 headset for mobile and cordless phones is a nice little unit that sits comfortably even during the longest hands-free conversations. It can also provide added safety to your cellular phone calls when driving because both hands can remain on the wheel.

The M110 features a sturdy headband, padded flexible earpiece and headpiece, and a fully adjustable microphone. It required no assembly and, in our experience, was extremely versatile. The microphone can be worn with the headband on either ear, and the headband was very light and comfortable to wear for long periods of time. The sound quality of the earpiece and microphone were both very clear during testing.

A noise-canceling microphone eliminates background noise on the M110, and makes your voice easily understandable to callers. There are also three levels of microphone volume, though there is no volume adjustment for the earpiece and, in our tests, we often had to ask callers to speak up.

The headset has a 4-foot cord with adjustable clothing clip to give you a wide range of motion. The M110 can be used with any cordless or cellular phone that's headset compatible and has a 2.5-millimeter jack. --Megan Dugan

Pros:

  • Reversible microphone and earpiece
  • 4-foot cord and clothing clip

Cons:

  • Fixed volume on earpiece
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Features

  • Secure fit and quality sound
  • Stable, Over-the-head Wearing Style
  • Noise-canceling microphone reduces background noise
  • Microphone Volume switch for optimal voice transmission
  • Compatible with all phones that have a 2.5mm jack

Reviews (28)

4-0 out of 5 stars Works Great For Me
I have used this headset for over a year now. It has worked very well for me, using it with my Polycom desk phone. I find it comfortable, with excellent sound quality both from the earpiece and through the microphone to those on the receiving end. I also purchased the Plantronics headset phone which came with this same headset.

The reason I have not given this 5 stars is that I have experienced the same (and only) problem with this headset. The wire is slightly short for my use. This in itself is not a problem, but I tend to pull it, sometime yanking it off my head if I'm reaching too far while on a call. Again, this in itself isn't a problem. However, over time the phone plug has developed a short or something so that the connection sometimes becomes crackily, and worse, sometimes emits an extremely loud screech to through both my earpiece and over the line to the receiver. This has happened to both of my headsets.

I wish the plug was a bit more durable, but given the realitively low price, I will simply purchase a replacement and try not to stretch the wire too often.

I've tried many headsets and I find this the most comfortable and best performing headset.

1-0 out of 5 stars Are you on your headset again???
Bought this because of the price, and it seemed like a good value besides. But a total disappointment. Everyone complains they can't hear me well. I've tried every position with relation to my face and mouth, all three mic settings. Nothing helps. My friends on the other line identify the device right away ("Get off your headset!"), strangers complain I'm speaking too softly. Shouting only causes distortion. What a waste.

2-0 out of 5 stars good except for the microphone
The only problem with this headset is that people you are talking to will have trouble hearing you. This is pretty important to me, so I only give it 2 stars. I have used it extensively with both my cell phone and my cordless phones at home with the same problem.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not Happy
Doesn't work with Nokia 6500 series.
Great price, however is not compatible with "all phones having a 2.5 MM plug"

5-0 out of 5 stars Great value!
I've gone through two Plantronics Headset M175 now because my feline friend uses the cord as a chew toy. I decided to step down to the M110 to cut my lose if he chewed through his third. To be honest, I don't see much difference in quality. If you're looking for an inexpensive headset without all of the frills like multiple earpiece options and mute control, this is a great buy. ... Read more


135. Ameriphone Dialogue XL-50 Amplified Telephone
list price: $159.95
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Asin: B00011R5WO
Catlog: Health and Beauty
Manufacturer: Plantronics/Clarity
Sales Rank: 22646
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Product Description

The World's Most Powerful Amplified Phone!!! This amplified phone is designed for those who are considered to have moderate to severe hearing loss. The Dialogue XL-50 is the same as the XL-40 but with a stronger amplifier for incoming volume. The XL-50 Amplified Telephone offers the latest in telecommunication technology to give you louder, clearer and more understandable converstions. No more missing words!!! No more frustrations!!! The XL-50's powerful amplifier not only increases the incoming voice by 48+ decibels, it even allows you to adjust the tone to your hearing needs. Its advanced electronic circuit design eliminates unwanted background noise to make every word clearer and easier to understand, all without any feedback or distortion. It has a super loud ringer with selectable ring tones. You'll never miss another call again!!! And, the XL-50 gives you extra large buttons with back lighting and high contrast graphics for optimum visibility and dialing ease. Additional features include: Digital Signaler Processor minimizes background noises, Anti-Feedback Filter eliminates feedback and distortion, 12 memory dialing buttons, Hold/Redial/Flash Buttons, Visual voice mail/unanswered call indicator, Desk or Wall mountable, A/C Adapter (included) with battery backup (4) AA Alkaline batteries (not included). Includes a 1-year mfg warranty ... Read more

Features

  • Powerful adjustable amplifier allows incoming volume up to 48+db
  • Adjustable Tone Control-allows you to adjust the tone of incoming sound to enhance the clarity and to help you distinguish between similar words
  • Amplified Super Loud Ringer-adjustable ringer volume up to 100db w/ Bright flashing ringer
  • 3.5mm audio output jack for assistive listening devices (i.e. headset, neckloop, etc.)
  • Hearing Aid (T-Coil) Compatible Handset

136. Plantronics PCHSSWITCH PC Speaker Headset Switch

our price: $13.99
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Asin: B000069E1V
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Plantronics
Sales Rank: 2927
Average Customer Review: 3.25 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars It does have stereo
Other reviews claiming mono are wrong - when I first plugged it in I too noticed all the sound coming out of only 1 channel. However I then pushed the plug fully and firmly in and it works fully in stereo confirmed by several tests and hasn't reverted back.

Sound quality?

I bought 2 of these, since I have surround sound headphones (Zalman 5.1s) and good speakers (Klipsch Promedia 4.1s) to switch between. This is combined with an Audigy 2 ZS sound card so I was very concerned about losing any quality. After comparing several sources (mp3's, speaker tests, games) with and without the switch, I'm personally not able to discern any difference in sound quality so far in the hours I've used it.

In short works in stereo and can save a lot of hassle constantly changing plugs in the back of your PC. Definitely recommended.

1-0 out of 5 stars It didn't live up
If you have any other sound card than an extremely basic one, this is not for you. As stated in another review you lose stereo sound when this device is hooked up. I have a high quality sound card with 5.1 and when this device is set to speakers, it only comes out of the left channel speakers. When it is set to headset, it comes out of the headset and the right channel speakers. There was not enough info on the product to find this out before you hooked it up and tried it. Mine is going back.

2-0 out of 5 stars No Stereo
I purchased the said item and it was a gift from above. I could play games with the headset, then listen to music through the speakers.
Then I realised that it eliminates Stereo sound.
This means that I don't know if that bad guy is coming from the left or the right of me.
Not very useful at all.
It is now unplugged, and i'm back with headset only.

5-0 out of 5 stars As Advertised
A simple device. Plugs into the sound card and allows you to choose either the computer speakers or a headset. Works well when the kids want to play computer games with the volume up. The switch has been attached to my PC for four months. It does what the product description says it will do. It is easy to hook up. ... Read more


137. Plantronics MX300 Retractable Headset w/ 2.5mm Plug

our price: $29.99
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Asin: B00030AT4O
Catlog: Wireless
Manufacturer: Plantronics Inc.
Sales Rank: 535
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Features

  • Patent-pending WindSmart™ technology for clearer calls in windy environments
  • Compact and convenient cord management
  • Flex Grip® design for a uniquely stable, comfortable fit
  • Call answer/end and voice-activated dialing
  • Compatible with all phones that have a 2.5mm jack including Samsung®, Motorola®, LG®, and Kyocera®

138. Plantronics Audio 30 Stereo Earbud PC Headset
list price: $24.99
our price: $15.99
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Asin: B0000636XZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Plantronics
Sales Rank: 4492
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139. Plantronics Audio 10 PC Microphone
list price: $14.99
our price: $11.99
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Asin: B0000665P3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Plantronics
Sales Rank: 1271
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Nice Microphone
This microphone is pretty good looking, and it does it work very well

4-0 out of 5 stars Plantronics microphone
We just bought a plantronics audio 10 microphone for [$$] and it was simple to install (just plug it into the tower of your pc) and talk. It's that simple. The sound isn't crystal clear, but for the price it can't be beat. ... Read more


140. Plantronics A20 Telephone Headset Amplifier and Accessory Deck
list price: $149.99
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Asin: B00004U8KJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Plantronics
Sales Rank: 34937
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Under-the-telephone amplifier deck with adjustable headset stand. Features audible and visual cues for adjusting volume (incoming and outgoing), tone control and mute. Six-foot corded on-line indicator. Works with most single or multiline phones. ... Read more

Features

  • Sets up in minutes with plug-and-play connectivity
  • Accessory deck with amplifier, cord, convertible headset, online indicator, headset stand
  • Convertible headset with ear hook
  • Keeps phone wiring hidden and organized
  • Easy adjustment of volume, tone, and mute with audible and visual cues

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Buy
Rugged,elegant and satisfactory performance.... ... Read more


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