Headset Adapter

USB, Quick Disconnect

Reg. Price $99.00

Our Price $92.13 Each

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Expands connectivity options of Plantronics H-Series headsets
Manages your PC communications with superior call clarity
USB adapter is fast and easy to set up through plug-and-play
Controls are easily accessible through convenient design
Quick Disconnect detaches headset without losing the call you're on
  • Additional Info
Plantronics, Inc
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Brand Name
Product Type
Audio Cable
Connector on First End
1 x USB
Connector on Second End
1 x Quick Disconnect


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PlantronicsHeadset Adapter

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Connects phone headsets to USB

By Bill T

from Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles, CA, United States

Comments about Plantronics Headset Adapter:

This adaptor lets a number of Plantronics headsets connect via USB socket to work with Skype, Facetime and the like. Thus the same high quality headset can work on your phone or on your computer with the change of a plug. Plug and play: my Mac recognized it instantly in the Sound preferences panel which made connection painless. Sound quality was excellent coming and going; volume and mute controls in the cord are convenient. Four stars instead of 5 only because of the price.

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Saved us money

By Crutch

from Bellevue, WA, United States

Comments about Plantronics Headset Adapter:

A number of us migrated from Cisco 7900 series phones to MS Lync. The Product Manager for our company on headsets only provided new items at a significant cost. Those folks that already had the PLantronics Supra Wide Band headsets wanted to still use them because of the quality. This was a viable option to continue to use them.

(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)


Perfect for HW301 Headset

By Tom

from Shawnee, KS

Comments about Plantronics Headset Adapter:

I bought this to adapt my HW301N headset to my laptop for our business's Unified Communications System (VoIP), and still be able to quick disconnect and switch to our Cisco 79xx series desk sets. The ease of installation is fantastic in Windows 7. The audio quality is amazing when mated to the HW301N headset. Even the call, volume, and mute buttons worked without installing any software. Thanks for another great product, Plantronics.

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Price Factors Many printer manufacturers follow the razor-and-blades business model which may result in higher priced genuine cartridges. Remanufactured ink is much cheaper than the original brand ink. It's far more cost effective to refurbish a previously used cartridge than create a new OEM from scratch. Compatible ink is much cheaper than the original brand. Compatible suppliers don't have to worry about the additional costs that hinder OEMs like new printers or firmware, which lets them keep prices low.
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