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JPL Telecom Introduces Commander – Headset Without Software
JPL Telecom introduces the Commander, a Plug & Play USB headset without software. The new headset, which is compatible with all softphones, will make working in the contact centre, the office and at home comfortable, as there is no software download required. The lack of software simplifies device deployment for users and provides peace of mind to employers as there is no need to visit third-party sites. The Plug & Play headset is compatible with USB-A and USB-C and all types of softphones. A fully adjustable, comfortable headband, covered with soft material, allows you to adjust its size. And the weight of the headset with two speakers, covered with pleasant eco-leather, is only 82 grams.
The Commander uses Passive Noise Canceling (PNC) technology. This is due to the fact that, with prolonged use, active noise cancellation (ANC) brings discomfort to some users. This is due to the white noise and noise pressure generated by ANC in headsets. 60mm ear cushions and a noise-cancelling microphone with Surround Shield ™ cut out external noise. Commander supports stereo audio for listening to music and monaural audio for voice communication.
Commander has several styles of use: with one or two headphones, with USB or QD connection. The Commander starts at $ 49, depending on the model.
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