VoIP headsets review

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  • Updated:4 Jun 2006
 

03.Product profiles

Product profiles

Philips Neckband Multimedia SBC HM385

(www.philips.com.au)

Price: $50

Comments

Trialists found it comfortable. Microphone picks up mid and low tones well, OK for high tones. Can reproduce large range of tones well.

Plantronics Behind-the-Head Enhanced Multimedia Headset. Audio70

 (www.plantronics.com.au)

Price: $45

Comments

Convenient cord. Not enough headband adjustment. Can reproduce large range of tones well. Microphone picks up mid and low tones well, OK for high tones.

Verbatim 41802- Headset with Microphone Deluxe

(www.verbatim.com.au)

Price: $25

Comments

Trialists found it comfortable. Convenient, sensitive microphone. Can reproduce large range of tones well.

Labsic Casque Micro Dynamic Headphone

(www.casquemicro.com)

Price: $25

Comments

Most trialists experienced discomfort during use. Earphones sensitive but poorly balanced sound reproduction. Microphone picks up mid and low tones well, but very poor high tones.

Logitech Internet Chat Headset

(www.logitech.com)

Price: $40

Comments

Convenient cord and microphone. Not enough headband adjustment, short boom. Sound reproduction unbalanced at low tones. Microphone picks up mid and low tones well.

Techworks Stereo Headset with microphone

(www.officeworks.com.au)

Price: $10

Comments

Most trialists found it comfortable. Convenient cord and microphone. Microphone picks up mid and low tones well, OK for high tones.

 

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