Wireless Headsets for Deskphones, PC and Mobiles
Wireless headsets free you from your desk phone, PC or mobile while still offering reliable audio quality. Many headsets are even cross-compatible with more than one of these device for maximum flexibility.
What device do you need to connect to?
Compatibilty is a key factor when choosing a headset. You need to know that your products will work as soon as you plug them in. Endpoint devices come in a variety of forms, such as desk phones, softphones, and mobile phones. Check that the headset you choose is compatible with the device you plan to use.
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What are the benefits of the wireless headset?
Do you make calls very often in the context of your profession and need mobility? Choosing a wireless headset is the best alternative! Move easily within your company during the day, thanks to its range up to 180 meters and its long autonomy (more than one day). No matter where you are, you can make a call directly on your headset, even if you are not near your extension or communication device. The wireless headset is indeed equipped with very practical remote controls, such as the hook-and-hold button, volume control, or even the secret key (which mutes the microphone so that the other person can no longer hear).
In addition to the issue of mobility, the wireless headset also provides the user with great user comfort, facilitating concentration and productivity at work. No need to hold a handset or smartphone when you make a call, thanks to the wireless headset your hands are free to do all sorts of things: write (by hand or on a computer), consult files, drink coffee, etc. From a health point of view, you avoid wrist cramps on extended calls and protect your back. You no longer have to hold the phone between your shoulder and your ear to enjoy a little more freedom, a gesture causing twisting of the spine, chronic back problems and fatigue.
Finally, always enjoy the best sound, even in a noisy environment! If you work for example in a noisy open space, call centre, or you call in a busy place (station, airport ...), your interlocutors will never be bothered by the background noise near you, thanks to the noise-cancelling microphone that our helmets are equipped with. By their intelligent sound processing, your voice is clear and intelligible, the noise of your environment is reduced. Your hearing is also protected from loudspeakers that may occur during a conversation, thanks to the acoustic protection technology.
How to choose your wireless headset?
The choice of your future helmet depends on several factors:
• Your type of use: is it frequent or occasional? If you place fewer calls in the day (less than 2 hours per day on average), the entry-level wireless headset is for you! It is ultra-light and has excellent value for money. If on the other hand, your use is frequent or intensive (more than 4 hours each day), a more robust helmet will suit you better: its life will be longer and will provide you with a higher comfort of use, these helmets being specially designed for intensive users.
• The sound volume of your workplace: two large families of headsets exist: with a headphone (mono) or two headphones (duo). The mono wireless headset is particularly suitable for users in quiet offices or needs to remain attentive to their surroundings, even during their communications. While the duo wireless headset is ideal in a noisy environment: thanks to its two insulated earphones, you are cut off from the outside world and no longer distractions, you are fully focused on your phone conversation and therefore more effective.
• The device (s) you are using and receive calls from: the wireless headset is not directly connected by a cable to a phone for example, but its base yes. As a result, not all our helmets connect to the same devices. Some are only compatible with desk phones (RJ connection), others with Bluetooth mobile phones, PC / Mac (USB connection) or cordless phones (DECT connection). For convenience, some models of headphones are multi-connections: they allow you to connect several different devices simultaneously (your smartphone, your desk phone and your PC for example), and thus manage all your calls from a single helmet.