PLNH41N

Plantronics Mirage H41N Headset

Mono - Black - Proprietary Interface - Wired - Over-the-ear - Monaural - 3 ft Cable - Noise Cancelling Microphone

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Ultra-light receiver rotates to fit over the outside of either ear without a headband
Lets you leave your desk without removing the headset or disconnecting the caller
Offers a noise-canceling feature
Requires an amplifier or adapter
3 ft cable length
  • Additional Info
SKU
PLNH41N
Manufacturer
Plantronics, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number
26851-02
Brand Name
Plantronics
Product Model
H41N
Product Type
Headset
Limited Warranty
2 Year
Color
Black
Weight (Approximate)
0.78 oz
Host Interface
Proprietary Interface
Recycled
No
Connectivity Technology
Wired
Cable Length
3 ft

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Plantronics Mirage H41N Headset
 
4.0

(based on 11 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (8)

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    (0)

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    (1)

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    (2)

73%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

great headset

I have used my headset for 2 years and never had a problem!! Today it finally died.  It was great and I am a 911 Dispatcher so it was used 40...Read complete review

I have used my headset for 2 years and never had a problem!! Today it finally died.  It was great and I am a 911 Dispatcher so it was used 40 hrs + a week for those 2 years!1 

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Mouthpiece/Microphone Hard For Hearing

I accidently ordered this one with the black flexible mouth piece. Callers could not hear me constantly. I was always adjusting and every call was "can you hear me now" I...Read complete review

I accidently ordered this one with the black flexible mouth piece. Callers could not hear me constantly. I was always adjusting and every call was "can you hear me now" I finally returned and got the correct one with the clear tube and it works fabulous as always.

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5.0

Tried and True

By Phone Sales

from Texas, United States

Comments about Plantronics Mirage H41N Headset:

I had owned 2 Plantronics headsets continuously over the past 20 years (Mirage and Duopro), so imagine my disappointment when I heard my Duopro crack as I sat down on it. A little Scotch tape, a visit to the Plantronics website, and a few days later I was back in business with my new Mirage. A simple and no brainer process.

 
5.0

Still the best!

By Rev Uch

from Mount Dora, FL, United States

Comments about Plantronics Mirage H41N Headset:

I used the Mirage ages ago while in a Call Center so when I needed a headset there was only one choice for me. It's lightweight, has good call quality and is relatively affordable.

 
2.0

Mediocore product

By ar911

from Undisclosed

Comments about Plantronics Mirage H41N Headset:

Work as an emergency dispatcher and have used this product for awhile now and everyday I dislike it even more. The sound quality is good and I never have issues with others being able to hear me. However the headset is so lightweight and FLIMSY, its annoying. It barely rests over your ear and the slightest movement such as turning your head (to look at your mass of computer monitors) will cause it to loosen and at times fall off. Not recommended for those who work in emergency services.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

15+ years on my H41

By AJPRAISER

from WV

Comments about Plantronics Mirage H41N Headset:

I have had my H41 (glass tube) headset for over 15 years, and it continues to perform perfectly. I've only replaced the tube twice in that time. The over the ear design is great and the swing-away earpiece helps for those loud callers that you can't turn the volume down quick enough for. Plantronics support is great too.

(0 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Poor design

By Rudy

from Flower Mound, TX, United States

Comments about Plantronics Mirage H41N Headset:

i purchased ~ 20 Plantronics headsets about ~ 9 Yrs ago.......3 headsets the boots melted (where the mouthpiece and earpc come together) they have been in an office environment

 
5.0

I love this headset, easy to forget your wearing

By wizbang_fl

from Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States

Comments about Plantronics Mirage H41N Headset:

I have had a Mirage headset for over 4 years and initially it took some getting used to. primarily because I had worn the over your head "headphone" type headsets for years but following surgery I couldn't wear them any longer. The Mirage is a little awkward to put on the first few times you wear it. It also explains why so many will walk around the office wearing the headset rather than taking it off.... Well, that and it's easy to forget you are wearing it. I've actually walked out to my car with it on and realized on the drive home that it was still on my head! The voice tube can be a pain particularly if you tend snack during your day as any particles will clog the tube. Even dust will clog it over time so intend of replacing it at minimum of 1 time per year. It also picks up everything, no just covering the end and think that the person on the other end won't hear you, your voice is muffled but you can still be heard. Sound is good when paired with a good amp like the M22 or if you phone system is such that it supports the headset, from what I've seen most require an amp. So in total it's a somewhat expensive, but it is a pice of equipment that will last for 5+ years.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

I bought this a week ago ...

By Katey

from Undisclosed

Comments about Plantronics Mirage H41N Headset:

I bought this a week ago and really like it, it's a little hard to get used and rubs ear a little raw but now it's working great

(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Reliable

By clubts

from Undisclosed

Comments about Plantronics Mirage H41N Headset:

We have used the Mirage-style headset from Plantronics for many years now. They are used 5 days a week, 8-10 hours a day. They are reliable, lightweight and easy to change from left to right.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Mouthpiece/Microphone Hard For Hearing

By Medford5358

from Medford, OR, United States

Comments about Plantronics Mirage H41N Headset:

I accidently ordered this one with the black flexible mouth piece. Callers could not hear me constantly. I was always adjusting and every call was "can you hear me now" I finally returned and got the correct one with the clear tube and it works fabulous as always.

(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

great headset

By Crickett

from Cynthiana, KY, United States

Comments about Plantronics Mirage H41N Headset:

I have used my headset for 2 years and never had a problem!! Today it finally died.  It was great and I am a 911 Dispatcher so it was used 40 hrs + a week for those 2 years!1 

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