PLNS11

Plantronics S11 Over-The-Head Telephone Headset System

Black - Wired - Over-the-head - Monaural

Reg. Price $89.95

Our Price $74.68 Each

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Adjustable, over-the-head headset provides all-day comfort
Includes noise-canceling microphone for superior sound clarity
Offers hands-free convenience and comfort
Provides mute and volume control
Universal amplifier is compatible with most phones
  • Additional Info
SKU
PLNS11
Manufacturer
Plantronics, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number
65148-01
Brand Name
Plantronics
Product Model
S11
Product Type
Headset
Color
Black
Recycled
No
Connectivity Technology
Wired

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Plantronics S11 Over-The-Head Telephone Headset System
 
3.6

(based on 13 reviews)

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75%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Good at work, only ok at home

This headset worked fine with our office phone system for the occasional extended conference calls. For work from home use I find in order to be compatible with our everyday residential phone I have...Read complete review

This headset worked fine with our office phone system for the occasional extended conference calls. For work from home use I find in order to be compatible with our everyday residential phone I have to max out the transmit volume and settings which results in the sound of my own voice to be way too loud in the earpiece. Also listening to others, typically the earpiece volume will not go low enough so I end up wearing the headset only partially over my ear which brings up comfort issues. Overall I would rate the product as adequate to better than adequate. It may be perfect for those with hearing problems. I have a quiet office environment at home and work, and I tend to be soft spoken.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Not worth it

I have this for my office and hate it. No one can hear me on calls. And that picture? Doesn't happen. The headset does NOT sit on the stand like that, and...Read complete review

I have this for my office and hate it. No one can hear me on calls. And that picture? Doesn't happen. The headset does NOT sit on the stand like that, and I can't get it to sit anyway and just leave it on my desk. Requesting a different brand/model from admin now.

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4.0

Dependable

By Dennis G

from Indianapolis, IN, United States

Comments about Plantronics S11 Over-The-Head Telephone Headset System:

My first S11 lasted for nearly 5 years of extended daily use. Just bought a new one, and like the first set, it works like a charm. The headset rest is a joke but of no consequence to the use of the device.

 
4.0

Basic Phone for Work at Home CRS

By Cercyse

from Atlantic Beach, FL, United States

Comments about Plantronics S11 Over-The-Head Telephone Headset System:

I bought the phone in 2012 and it lasted for four years. I like the phone and have had no trouble with it until today when it would not allow me to answer a call.

 
5.0

terrific headset

By real estate developer

from San Diego, CA, United States

Comments about Plantronics S11 Over-The-Head Telephone Headset System:

I have been using wired headsets for 20 years -- and this one is the best. Best feature is that a lot of the prior headsets were battery powered -- needing battery changes regularly that reduce quality when batteries are low. This one is A/C hook up so I don't have to worry about turning it off when not in use.

 
5.0

Great Value

By Anonymous

from Needham, MA, United States

Comments about Plantronics S11 Over-The-Head Telephone Headset System:

We have over 20 of these headphones in our branches and are happy with the performance and the price.

 
5.0

platronics s11

By dale

from Dallas, TX, United States

Comments about Plantronics S11 Over-The-Head Telephone Headset System:

this is my 2nd one in four years. good and dependable product!

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Confusing installation

By Melanie

from Undisclosed

Comments about Plantronics S11 Over-The-Head Telephone Headset System:

For some reason, the headset holder was the one thing that drove me crazy when trying to install it. Also after all that, it doesn't even hold the headset securely!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Terrible sound

By Desi

from West Chester, PA, United States

Comments about Plantronics S11 Over-The-Head Telephone Headset System:

This headset is terrible. I have heard comments from callers that I sound like I am in a tin can or they say that the static on my end is very lound. I have adjusted all of the controls numerous times to try to find the right setting but it doesn't make a difference because the sound quality is horrible. I am returning this and will get another model. Piece of garbage!

 
5.0

Dependable

By Lisa

from Tezas

Comments about Plantronics S11 Over-The-Head Telephone Headset System:

I love this product, my ears are sensitive to most headsets until i bought this one! It is very comfortable, i forget it is on, clear sound, have had mine 3 years and no issues, if i had to improve, make the cord a bit longer from headset to device. Love it!

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Prefer handset

By High_Call_Volume_Receptionist

from Undisclosed

Comments about Plantronics S11 Over-The-Head Telephone Headset System:

The comfort isn't bad but the sound quality is that of a walkie-talkie. Tons of static on incoming calls and the lowest volume is still too loud.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Good at work, only ok at home

By Fortune_200_IT_worker

from Ohio

Comments about Plantronics S11 Over-The-Head Telephone Headset System:

This headset worked fine with our office phone system for the occasional extended conference calls. For work from home use I find in order to be compatible with our everyday residential phone I have to max out the transmit volume and settings which results in the sound of my own voice to be way too loud in the earpiece. Also listening to others, typically the earpiece volume will not go low enough so I end up wearing the headset only partially over my ear which brings up comfort issues. Overall I would rate the product as adequate to better than adequate. It may be perfect for those with hearing problems. I have a quiet office environment at home and work, and I tend to be soft spoken.

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