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GN Netcom 2100 Telecoil Headsets
Direct the sound clearly through your hearing aid
At last - a headset designed for hearing-aid wearers! This headset uses advanced telecoil technology to amplify sound so you don't have to ask your caller to repeat themselves. Plus, the noise-cancelling mic filters out background noise so you hear every word.
Just look at the benefits!
Advanced telecoil technology amplifies sound so you can hear conversations clearly.
Dual-earpiece styling - includes soft leatherette cushions that rest gently over both ears for a super-comfortable fit.
Click-stop headband - provides a customized fit for even more comfort.
Hearing-aid compatible - works with all telecoil-equipped hearing aids.
2-Year manufacturer's "No Fine Print" warranty ensures this headset is made to last.
Headset package with Jabra LINK 850 Audio Processor (Amplifier) — Jabra LINK 850 Audio Processor delivers consistent sound clarity, background noise reduction, and safer noise levels, ensuring fewer call interruptions and allowing agents to complete more calls faster. The LINK 850 also future-proofs your headset investment if you’re considering a move to Unified Communications. It connects to virtually any phone, plus provides easy PC connectivity for UC calls.
Note: With dual connectivity, the Jabra LINK 850 replaces both the GN8000 Standard Amplifier and GN8050 Multimedia Amplifier.
Before you order: Connection to a USB port on a PC is necessary to power the Jabra LINK 850. If you don't have a USB port, you can purchase a Jabra USB to AC Power Cable (Sku# 13617) for the LINK 850 for AC power.
Headset package with GN8210 Digital Amplifier — GN8210 Digital Amplifier dramatically reduces incoming background noise and provides you with enhanced sound quality and protection against excessively-loud sounds. The GN8210 operates in one of three user-selected audio modes to suit the protection needs and sound quality preferences of each user.
Manufactured by Jabra (See More>>)
Mfr. Part Number 13030, 13706
September 16, 2014