PLNHW261

SupraPlus HW261 Wideband Binaural Headset

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Using the latest wideband VoIP technology, this Binaural Headset with Flexible Boom delivers the highest audio performance, even in noisy environments. Overcome traditional challenges to deliver heightened speech clarity and lifelike fidelity. You will experience enhanced intelligibility and reduced miscommunication. Binaural headset offers over-the-head wearing comfort. Headset requires an adapter or audio processor (M22).

  • Additional Info
SKU
PLNHW261
Manufacturer
Plantronics, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number
HW261
Brand Name
Plantronics
Product Model
HW261
Product Type
Headset
Limited Warranty
2 Year
Form Factor
Semi-open
Recycled
No
Connectivity Technology
Wired

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3.8

(based on 4 reviews)

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5.0

Perfect for a Home base Job!

By Chirs

from Philippines

Comments about Plantronics SupraPlus HW261 Wideband Binaural Headset:

I know it's an old series of Plantronics, but this one never fails to impress me especially the noise cancellation. I can work fine at home even there's a noisy background. I was thinking to get a new model like wireless but I can't afford it anymore, it's expensive. lol' Thank you so much, Plantronics! Good job!

 
2.0

Hurts my ear and still can't hear

By Call center worker in pai

from Hickory, NC, United States

Comments about Plantronics SupraPlus HW261 Wideband Binaural Headset:

I have used this headset for two months now and I still find them extremely uncomfortable. The ear pad is laughable, zero padding. I have to turn my phone all the way up to hear. At times when there is a lot of background noise I have to smash it against my ear just to hear. I really wish they offered an over the ear noise canceling option.

 
4.0

Winner!

By Blak

from Arizona, United States

Comments about Plantronics SupraPlus HW261 Wideband Binaural Headset:

great product. I recommend to anyone who does conference calls frequently and wants to be hands free.

(73 of 81 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Great Headset for Dispatchers

By Kevin

from Illinois

Comments about Plantronics SupraPlus HW261 Wideband Binaural Headset:

I use this particular Headset (the monaural voice tube model) Every day as a 9-1-1 Telecommunicator. my agency takes emergency calls, non urgent police calls, and dispatches for 9 Fire departments, 4 Police Departments, and the Public Works Department. I work 16 hour shifts at least twice a week, and this is by far the most comfortable headset I have worn to date (7 years in the job field). The sound quality compared to others side-by-side is up to par, I have had zero issues with being heard by the Officers and Firefighters I am dispatching, and it has lasted me about 2 years so far without a single issue. Highly recomended for your agency.

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