Things you should know about earphone headset

Quality is important and varies greatly. You can spend as little as $19.95 or as much as $495.00 on a earphone headset. Professional grade headsets usually retail from $130 up to $290. Consumer category headphones produce very poor quality noise and are cheaply built. They do not often survive in a professional environment.
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Most mobile headset are manufactured overseas - both the best quality and the worst quality. Manufacture is NOT an indicator of quality.

There are different styles to choose from! Some do not have a band over the head and will not mess up your hair. Many fit the head in very different ways. If you've previously tried a earphone headset but found it uncomfortable don't give up hope. There are many different fits and feels available.

Cellular headsets allow you to control the incoming and outgoing volume of conversations, a wonderful benefit for the hard of hearing and soft spoken.

Most headsets require a power source, either batteries or a DC adapter. Batteries typically last between 10 - 14 weeks.

Some headsets use voice tubes instead of boom microphones. A boom microphone is a microphone placed close to your mouth, so that the sound of your voice can be accurately recorded with little or no distortion. A voice tube is a plastic tube that runs from the microphone situated near your ear, to your mouth. Unless this change in acoustic path is compensated for in the microphone, a costly operation, the quality of voice recording can suffer. Make sure you are happy with the way your voice sounds through a headset before finalizing your purchase.

They're fun. You must still remove the phone's handset from the cradle to answer a call. You will still be able to use your phone's handset in the usual way when you wish.

Your phone will behave exactly as it does now - all your phone's functions remain unchanged.
Wireless or Cordless headsets: most headsets are corded, meaning there is a cord connecting the headset to the phone. Cordless or wireless headsets use 900 MHz transmission instead. These headsets cost from $300 to $450. (For a limited time only, Headset Discounters can bring you the Office Rover Wireless Headset for the incredible discount price of $269.)

If you want the maximum in freedom and mobility consider a wireless headset.

IMPORTANT! You must still lift the receiver from the base of your phone and hang it up at the base to operate a wireless headset. Remote answering platforms are available, usually for another $100.
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