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GN Netcom 2000 Series Headsets
Designed to perform, built to last
Slip on a headset that’s designed to perform and built to last! The new GN Netcom 2000 Series corded headsets are sure to become an office and contact center headset favorite offering superior sound quality at a budget-friendly price!
Just look at the benefits!
Your choice of 2 microphones — Choose the noise-cancelling flexible boom to filter out background noise for exceptionally clear voice transmission. Or choose the industry-first flex/SoundTube model for optimal voice pickup.
Your choice of earpiece — Choose a single headset to keep in touch with your surroundings while you're on the line. Or, if you work in a noisy workspace, try the dual earpiece headset. It covers both ears so you can really focus on your conversation.
Round, oversized ear cushion — ensures excellent acoustical coupling and call clarity.
Self-adjusting speakers — automatically adjust to the shape and angle of your ear.
Solid metal boom arm pivot and reinforced headband - provide excellent wear and reliability.
2-Year manufacturer's warranty - on all GN Netcom corded headsets, for peace of mind.
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.
Manufactured by Jabra (See More>>)
Mfr. Part Number 14602, 13706
September 2, 2015