Plantronics DuoSet H141 Headset

Mono - Black - Proprietary Interface - Wired - Over-the-ear, Over-the-head - Monaural - 3 ft Cable - Electret Microphone

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Headset with adjustable headband stability or over-the-ear convenience
Lets you leave your desk without removing the headset or disconnecting the caller
Includes three different-sized, ear hooks and soft ear cushions
Requires a Vista M22 headset amplifier
3 ft cable length
  • Additional Info
Plantronics, Inc
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Brand Name
Product Model
Product Type
Limited Warranty
2 Year
Weight (Approximate)
0.49 oz
Host Interface
Proprietary Interface
Connectivity Technology
Cable Length
3 ft


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Plantronics DuoSet H141 Headset

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good value

By Hammy

from Richland, WA, United States

Comments about Plantronics DuoSet H141 Headset:

We have a number of these. Too bad they are being discontinued


Microphone does not work

By ferl

from Philadelphia, PA, United States

Comments about Plantronics DuoSet H141 Headset:

I have oredered so far two of this headsets. Both of them came broken, the microphone does not work


Great Product and Great Experiance

By Texas96

from San Antonio, TX, United States

Comments about Plantronics DuoSet H141 Headset:

I purchased this product a month ago, I could wait to receive it. Once it arrived I open the package and found out that I can use over my head or just in my ear. I love this feature on it, especially if I don't want to mess my hair.. Overall I give this product a top star rating


Long life

By AB68

from Longview, TX, United States

Comments about Plantronics DuoSet H141 Headset:

We use this headset for our call program and our young staff can be rough on them but they seem to last a long time. The ear foam protectors do wear out after a time, but that is to be expected


The most comfortable headset I have ever used.

By CJordan

from Muncie, IN, United States

Comments about Plantronics DuoSet H141 Headset:

I have used this headset for almost 18 months. I work 8-10 hours a day and this headset is so comfortable that I don't even realize I am wearing it. I started out using the over-the-ear configuration and it was a little uncomfortable for a full day, so I have used it with the headband since and I love it. It fits perfectly and has held up wonderfully under constant daily use. The sound quality and noise reduction is fantastic. I would definitely recommend this headset to anyone.


Not comfortable

By touro73

from Undisclosed

Comments about Plantronics DuoSet H141 Headset:

This is the headset our office uses/provides. It is not comfortable at all. It is like wearing a tight headband all day. Even if you adjust the headset the nonearpiece is not comfortable and leaves an indentation in your head. I have a headache by the end of the day. And the ear pieces are hard plastic and not adjustable.

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Broke after 15 months

By cet2

from Richmond, VA, United States

Comments about Plantronics DuoSet H141 Headset:

The over-the-ear unit broke after 15 months on 2 separate headsets.


very confortable to wear for 7hrs

By koala

from Las Vegas, NV, United States

Comments about Plantronics DuoSet H141 Headset:

I bought this for work, I like it and i have been recomended to co-workers

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