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User reviews and opinions
|s1arti||7:46am on Sunday, July 25th, 2010|
|great headsets headsets work really well. They are easy to set up and to use. Will be ordering more when i see some for the right price. Not a reliable phone During the month of September 2006, i bought this phone. It was to replace my plantronics cs70. Anyway.|
|ron mac lellan||9:48am on Monday, June 14th, 2010|
|Not a reliable phone During the month of September 2006, i bought this phone. It was to replace my plantronics cs70. Anyway.|
|hermonat||5:26pm on Tuesday, May 18th, 2010|
|Good sound quality - good wireless range - has Wideband audio which produces a more rich sound - also has a cool spare battery as an option (additiona...|
|OOO-Wanter||6:05pm on Saturday, May 8th, 2010|
|Great Headset with only one drawback I use this headset in conjunction with Cisco IP Communicator Softphone. Clarity and distance are excellent.|
|TexJoachim||11:54am on Thursday, April 1st, 2010|
|Eyebeam has the nasty habit to either connect or disconnect the headset about once an hour so it can interrupt a conversation made through another app...|
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Guide for additional functions
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GN 9350/GN 9330/GN 9330 USB Guide for additional functions
This Guide for additional functions supplements the GN 9350/GN 9330/GN 9330 USB Guides for basic set-up and use. It provides instructions and information on the GN 9350s/ GN 9330s/GN 9330 USBs additional functions, features, accessories and maintenance. The Guides for basic set-up and use provide the basic instructions for setting up and using your GN 9350/GN 9330/GN 9330 USB. This Guide for additional functions contains information common to the GN 9350, GN 9330 GN 9330 and GN 9330 USB. Each subchapter is clearly marked GN 9350 GN 9330 USB , to which products they concern. When the feature does not apply, it will simply have a wire-frame box and no grey ll, i.e. GN 9350 GN 9330 GN 9330 USB
Product information. 3 Setting up. 4
2.1 Headset port. 2.2 Default Outbound Call mode. 2.3 Connecting to the GN 1000 RHL (Remote Handset Lifter) (GN Netcom accessory). 2.4 Connecting to external OLI (GN Netcom accessory). 2.5 LCD display. 2.5.1 Transmit volume. 2.5.2 Hookswitch selection. 2.5.3 Range/power selection. 2.5.4 Sound mode selection. 2.5.5 Protection level selection. 7 8
Wearing styles. 9
3.1 Headband wearing styles. 3.2 Neckband wearing styles. 3.3 Ear hook wearing styles. 3.4 Changing wearing styles. 3.5 Receive volume button reorientation. 10
Operating the headset. 10
4.1 Making/ending calls via telephone with RHL function. 4.2 Answering calls via telephone with RHL function. 4.3 Conference calling. 4.4 Emergency calling via VoIP. 4.5 Switching a call from headset to desk telephone handset. 4.6 Switching a call from desk telephone handset to headset. 4.7 New master headset pairing to base. 13
Use with DECT cordless telephones. 14 Replacing battery pack (GN Netcom accessory). 14
6.1 Adding extra battery charging facility. 14 6.2 Replacing battery pack. 15
Audio and visual indicators. 15
7.1 Headsets audio indicators. 15 7.2 Headsets visual indicators. 16 7.3 Bases visual indicators. 16
Troubleshooting. 17 Maintenance, safety and disposal. 18
1. Product information
The GN 9350/GN 9330/GN 9330 USB are fully wireless, robust headset solutions. They all share hands-free working efciency, wireless mobility, useful features, and many customizing and accessory options. Below is an overview of the primary features and functions offered within each model number:
Comparison of features by model type
Features: Desk telephone connectivity VoIP/ USB connectivity ** GN 1000 RHL enabled Electronic hookswitch enabled Display for set-up Adjustable range Sound renement (DSP) Conference call On-line indicator connectivity DECT/GAP enabled* GN 9350 GN 9330 GN 9330 USB
* not applicable for US version ** for connecting to your PC, the headsets only work with the Windows 98 (SE), Windows 2000 and Windows XP operating systems.
Important: When using your GN 9350 or GN 9330 USB with a VoIP application, consult the applications user manual for complete information and instructions, or visit our web site www.gnnetcom.com/gn9300/support.
2. Setting up
This section contains set-up and connection instructions for your headsets accessories and optional functions.
Note: Your Guide for basic set-up and use contains the primary set-up and connection instructions.
GN 9350 GN 9330 2.1 Headset port
GN 9330 USB
If your telephone has a port for headset, it is recommended to leave the handset cord in the telephone. Connect the telephones headset port to the telephone port on the base. This will enable you to use the call button on your telephone, if there is one, and will limit the number of cords coming out of your base.
GN 9350 GN 9330 GN 9330 USB 2.2 Default Outbound Call mode
The base is default set for telephone use. If you want to use your VoIP application as default button for 5 seconds. If you want to change it back again, calling media, press the USB button for 5 seconds press the Telephone
GN 9350 GN 9330 GN 9330 USB 2.3 Connecting to the GN 1000 RHL (Remote Handset Lifter) (GN Netcom accessory)
You may purchase a GN 1000 RHL as an accessory, which lets you answer and end telephone calls while away from your desk. Please contact your vendor or visit www.gnnetcom.com/gn9300/support for further details.
To connect your GN 1000:
1. Mount the GN 1000 to your telephone as described in its user manual. 2. Plug RHLs connection cord into headset bases AUX port. The GN 9350 enables you to use electronic hookswitch (EHS) to answer and end calls while away from your desk. Feature is described in section 2.5.2. The remote answering and ending of calls is also available on certain softphone/VoIP applications.
2.4 Connecting to external Online Indicator (OLI) (GN Netcom accessory)
An external online indicator (accessory) can be placed on your desk or near your telephone to indicate when youre on a call. To connect to an external OLI: Plug cord from OLI to bases OLI port.
GN 9350 GN 9330 2.5 LCD display
Your base unit has a LCD display and display control with which you control 5 settings: Transmit volume setting Hookswitch selection Range/power selection Sound mode selection Protection level selection (IntelliTone)
Navigation and markers
Navigate through the LCD displays 5 menus horizontally using the display controls3 ar4 rows. Within each of the 5 menus, navigate vertically with the display controls 56arrows. Press the OK button to conrm a specic choice/value within the 5 different menus. A star (*) beside a selected choice/value indicates the current setting.
The LCD display is always on and ready to use. The permanent default/start position for the LCD display is the leftmost transmit volume setting. The LCD display will always revert to this default/start position, if not operated for 30 seconds. Within each of the 5 menus, there is also a factory-set default. This default remains until you change it. The last selected choice/value (within each of the 5 menus) is always displayed in the rst line of its menu.
Changing the settings 2.5.1 Transmit volume
The transmit volume must be adjusted properly so your voice is heard clearly. If you havent already adjusted the transmit volume during your initial setting up, do so now by completing the following: 1. Put on headset. on base display. 2. Use 34to locate transmit volume menu
3. Make a call to someone who will act as a test person. 4. Use 56 to scroll through 12-setting transmit volume menu conrms your voice is at the appropriate volume. 5. Press OK to conrm new setting.
until your test person
The transmit volume menu is the permanent default/start position for the LCD display. After adjusting any of the other settings via the display, it will revert to the transmit volume menu position.
Important: For USB applications, the volume settings are xed and need no adjustment.
2.5.2 Hookswitch selection
The GN 9350 enables you to answer and end calls remotely by using the GN 1000 RHL, or its built-in electronic hookswitch (EHS) modes. EHS is only possible on certain telephone systems. In order to determine which telephones have the EHS feature enabled, please refer to our website www.gnnetcom.com/gn9120/ehs-setup. Please also refer to your telephones user manual for clarication. 4 modes are available
GN RHL DHSG AEI MSH non-EHS; works with the GN 1000 RHL e.g. Siemens and Elmeg desk telephones e.g. with Tenovis desk telephones e.g. with Alcatel desk telephones
Note: By default, the GN 9350 is set to the RHL interface, which also is the correct setting if you manually operate your handset when answering/ending calls as described in the Guide for basic set-up and use.
To select the appropriate interface: 1. Use 34to locate the hookswitch selection menu on base display. 2. Use 56 to select one of the 4 interfaces from the menu. 3. Press OK to conrm the interface.
Note: To use the DHSG, AEI or MSH function, connect the connection cord (accessory) to your desk telephone and the AUX port of the GN 9350.
2.5.3 Range/power selection
Your headset offers 3 range/power modes (Normal, Low and Very Low). The Normal mode
is ideal for most users. However, if you experience interference from other communication devices during your calls, you may want to switch to the Low or Very Low modes. Changing to Low or Very Low power modes will reduce the range of your headset.
Power mode Normal Low Very Low (V. low) * In typical ofce environment Range* DECT Up to 100 m Up to 50 m Up to 20 m Range* US DECT Up to 300 ft Up to 150 ft Up to 60 ft
Note: The Normal power mode is the default setting.
To change the range/power mode:
1. Use 34to locate the range/power mode menu on base display. 2. Use 56 to select one of the 3 modes from the menu. 3. Press OK to conrm the new mode.
2.5.4 Sound mode selection
This menu is split into two sections: Treble/Normal/Bass and Fixed/Switch. These two sections are separated by a blank line. It is possible to choose one mode in each of the two sections. Your headset offers 3 treble/bass modes (Treble, Normal and Bass). You can change these to suit your personal preferences or needs, and seperately determine the USB sound quality.
Sound mode Treble Normal Bass Effect Accentuates high tones Accentuates all tones evenly Accentuates lower tones Benets Ideal for users with slight highfrequency hearing loss Ideal for all users Ideal for users preferring a bassrich sound
Note: The Normal mode is the default setting.
Sound mode Fixed Switch Effect Benets
Speech quality in headset loudspeaker as known Improved talk time in USB mode from traditional telephones (narrowband) Automatically switches between wideband or narrowband sound quality. In conference call mode, automatic switching is disabled. Enhanced USB sound quality
Note: Switch is the default setting.
To change the sound mode:
1. Use 34to locate the sound mode menu on base display. 2. Use 56 to select one of the 3 modes from the menu, and choose between xed/switched from the menu. 3. Press OK to conrm the setting.
2.5.5 Protection level selection
Your headset offers a choice of 4 protection levels (plus its additional basic protection level). These levels protect you against sudden, overly-loud sound spikes that may come from the phone network (such as shrill telefax signals or network interference), and provide a limit to the maximum noise exposure from the headset during your workday. The number of hours (on average) you spend on the telephone per day determines the setting you should select. All 4 protection levels meet and exceed de facto global protection levels, and are compliant with NIOSH standards, and EU health and safety codes of 85 dB(A). The TT4 protection level is compliant with pertinent Australian recommendation.
Important: In some jurisdictions, applicable regulations or laws may mandate the required setting you use. The Default level provides a protection level of 118 dB(A). Your headset protects you against overly-loud sound spikes. If you use the telephones handset for calling, you will not have this protection.
Protection level Level 0 Level 1* Level 2* Level 3* Level 4 (TT4) Criteria for selecting Basic protection against overly-loud sound spikes [118 db(A)]. Auto volume disabled Less than 4 hours on telephone/day 4-8 hours on telephone/day More than 8 hours on telephone/day Recommended Australian protection level (Telstra)
* Compliant with Directive 2003/10/EC of the European Parliament and Council of 6 February 2003.
To change the protection level:
1. Use 34to locate the protection level menu on base display. 2. Use 56 to select one of the 5 modes from the menu. 3. Press OK to conrm the new mode.
Automatic volume adjustment and noise reduction
Your headset offers two built-in features which give you optimum sound levels and quality. Both features operate automatically, so you need not make any adjustments to the headset.
Automatic volume adjustment
The automatic volume adjustment feature automatically sets the volume levels of all calls, so that each call is heard at the same, consistent volume you have set. Autovolume is not enabled in protection level 0.
The automatic noise reduction feature improves the sound quality of incoming calls by removing impurities transmitted with the signal, such as background noise from your callers environment.
3. Wearing styles
Your headset offers headband, neckband and ear hook wearing styles.
Note: GN 9330 and GN 9330 USB come with an ear hook and a headband. Neckband is available as an accessory.
GN 9350 GN 9330 GN 9330 USB 3.1 Headband wearing styles
You can choose to wear the headset on either the left or right ear. The headset can be rotated 360.
Changing boom arm wearing side (headband)
1. Rotate boom arm unit 90.
GN 9350 GN 9330 GN 9330 USB 3.2 Neckband wearing style
With the neckband, the headset is worn on the right ear.
Note: This wearing style is available as an accessory for GN 9330 and GN 9330 USB.
3.3 Ear hook wearing styles
Changing ear hook wearing side
1. Flip the ear hook over. 2. Rotate the ear hook 180.
GN 9350 GN 9330 GN 9330 USB 3.4 Changing wearing styles
All wearing styles (headband, neckband and ear hook) are interchangeable. To change any wearing style (for example, from headband to ear hook): 1. Unclip headset from the current wearing style. 2. Afx the new wearing style.
GN 9350 GN 9330 GN 9330 USB 3.5 Receive volume button reorientation
By default, the headset is set-up for wearing on the right ear. This means the volume control is pushed up to increase the volume, and pushed down to decrease the volume. If you change the wearing ear of the headset, you may also want to change the orientation of the volume control so that volume is still increased by pressing the volume control up.
To change the headsets volume control button orientation:
1. Make sure there is no link between the headset and the base, (indicator on headset is not ashing). 2. Press the headsets mute button for 10 seconds. > The headsets link indicator will light. 3. Determine how you prefer to increase volume (pushing the control either up or down). 4. Press the volume control either up or down (according to preference) until the headsets link indicator turns off.
4. Operating the headset
GN 9350 GN 9330 GN 9330 USB 4.1 Making/ending calls via telephone with RHL/EHS function
1. Ensure telephone mode is selected. 2. Remove headset from base, or press headsets talk button if already wearing it. > RHL/EHS function will activate (handset lifts/telephone line connection opens). 3. Dial desired number. 4. Replace headset in base, or press the headsets talk button. > RHL/EHS function will deactivate (handset lowers/telephone line connection closes).
GN 9350 GN 9330 GN 9330 USB 4.2 Answering calls via telephone with RHL/EHS function
1. The telephone rings. 2. Remove headset from base, or press the headsets talk button. > The call will be connected (handset lifts/telephone line connection opens).
Important: During an incoming call, your headset will automatically change to the required mode, depending on whether the call is coming via the desk phone (telephone) or via VoIP (USB). After the call, it will revert to the default mode you selected earlier. The initial factory-set mode is the telephone mode.
GN 9350 GN 9330 GN 9330 USB 4.3 Conference calling
Conference calling lets several headsets join together for a call. The primary headset (A) + 3 extra headsets (B) can join a conference call initiated by the primary headset. (See illustration.)
Making conference calls
1. Remove primary headset from base; make sure link is established. Indicators on base and headset are ashing. 2. Place secondary headset in primary headsets base. > Primary bases telephone and USB mode indicators, and secondary headsets link indicator, will light for 2 seconds. 3. Remove secondary headset from primary headsets base. 4. After a 4-pitch tone is heard in the primary headset, press its talk button.
Important: Steps 2 to 4 may be repeated twice for 2 more secondary headset participants.
5. Use the primary headsets telephone/VoIP application to dial desired number and initiate conference call. At any point during a call in progress, you may add secondary headsets to form a conference call. A maximum number of 4 headsets (1 master plus up to 3 secondary) may join a conference call.
Ending conference calls for all participants
1. Place primary headset in its base, or press its talk button. > The conference call is now terminated for all participants.
Note: If the conference call was made via VoIP, you may need to perform additional steps to end your call. See your VoIP applications user instructions.
Ending conference calls for a secondary headset only
1. Place secondary headset in its own base, or press its talk button. > This participant is now terminated from the conference call.
GN 9350 GN 9330 GN 9330 USB 4.4 Emergency calling via VoIP
Your headset supports quicker emergency calling via VoIP applications (softphone). If the headset is connected to a PC and the PC is screensaver-locked, you can still use the headset to dial emergency services.
To call emergency services via VoIP:
1. Put on headset. 2. If the PC is on (even if screensaver-locked), press the base units telephone mode button and USB mode button simultaneously for 5 seconds. > The base will automatically dial the emergency services number.
Note: This emergency services feature works only with certain VoIP applications. Please refer to www.gnnetcom.com/gn9300/support for more information.
GN 9350 GN 9330 GN 9330 USB 4.5 Switching a call from headset to desk telephone handset
Its possible to switch a call in progress from the headset to the telephones handset: 1. Lift the telephones handset to your ear. 2. Do one of the following: Place the headset into the charging cradle.
Press the headsets talk button. Press the bases telephone mode button. > The headsets link indicator will stop ashing to indicate that the headset-base link has been closed.
Important: If using electronic hookswitch on your telephone, do not place the headset into the charging cradle, and do not press the headsets talk button or press the bases telephone mode button, as this will disconnect the call.
If the headset runs out of battery power, the headset-base link will remain active for up to 2 minutes to allow for battery changing.
GN 9350 GN 9330 GN 9330 USB 4.6 Switching a call from desk telephone handset to headset
Its possible to switch a call in progress from the telephones handset to the headset: 1. Remove the headset from base, or if already out, press the headsets talk button. This establishes a link. > The headsets link indicator will start ashing and the call will be switched to the headset.
Note: Do not place handset before the call is over, as this will end the call.
GN 9350 GN 9330 GN 9330 USB 4.7 New master headset pairing to base You may designate a new master headset for your base.
Important: Before designating a new master headset, ensure that the original headsets link to the base unit is closed by pressing its talk button. The telephone or USB indicator should not ash.
To designate a new master headset:
1. Place the new master headset into the charging cradle of the base. 2. Press the bases pairing button. > Both the telephone and USB mode buttons on the base, and the headsets link indicator, will light for 2 seconds. This indicates successful pairing of the new master headset.
5. Use with DECT cordless telephones
GN 9350 GN 9330 GN 9330 USB
Your headset can also be used with DECT cordless telephones (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunication), which are GAP-compatible (Generic Access Prole). You must rst pair the headset to the base unit of the cordless telephone.
Important: Your headsets authentication code is 0000, which is the same code as for most DECT cordless telephones. Your headset will only work with cordless telephones with the 0000 code.
To pair your headset to your DECT cordless telephone:
1. Press and hold down the headsets talk button and mute button (at tip of volume control) for 5 seconds. > The headsets link indicator will ash rapidly. 2. Activate the cordless telephones GAP mode. Consult your cordless telephones manual GAP compatibility/pairing instructions. > The headsets link indicator will light for 2 seconds to indicate successful pairing. Your headset is now ready to use with your cordless telephone. Consult your cordless telephones user manual for using your headset with your cordless telephone.
6. Replacing the battery pack (GN Netcom accessory)
6.1 Adding extra battery charging facility
An extra battery charging facility is available as an accessory. This can be attached to your base to allow you to charge an extra battery.
To add the extra battery charging facility cover:
1. Remove the blind cover from the base by sliding it upward until removed. 2. Slide the extra battery charger into the base charge tower until it clicks in place. The extra battery can be charged in its receptor on the back of the charge tower. An indicator above the receptor will light when the battery is placed correctly and is charging. The indicator will turn off when battery is fully charged.
Important: During everyday use, the bases leftmost indicator will ash when there is less than 30 minutes of talk time left.
GN 9350 GN 9330 GN 9330 USB 6.2 Replacing the battery pack
The headsets battery pack can be changed when required.
To replace the battery pack on a wearing style:
1. Unclip the wearing style from the battery pack. 2. Slide the battery pack off the headset. 3. Slide the new battery pack (from the extra battery charging facility) onto the headset. The headsets link indicator will light for 2 seconds to conrm successful replacement of the battery pack. 4. Replace the wearing style. 5. Recharge the empty battery by sliding it into the extra battery charging facility.
7. Audio and visual indicators
The headset and base have audio and visual indicators that represent various functions associated with setting up and using the product.
GN 9350 GN 9330 GN 9330 USB 7.1 Headsets audio indicator
Headset action Low battery Volume up/down Volume max/min reached Incoming call (with RHL functionality) Incoming call (with VoIP call) Conference call request Conference call accept Telephone line (open/close) Headset out of range Mute activation/deactivation Mute activated Audio indication 5 rapid beeps + 20 second pause 1 quick beep in increasing/decreasing intensity 1 rapid shrill/low beep Rapid multi-tone + 2 second pause (repeats) Depends on VoIP application 4-pitch tone 1 beep 1 beep 3-pitch tone 1 beep 2-pitch tone + 10 second pause (repeats)
GN 9350 GN 9330 GN 9330 USB 7.2 Headsets visual indicators
Visual indication Link indicator (blue) Lit for 2 seconds Lit (during adjustment) Flashing rapidly Headset action Flashing when linked up Successful pairing, including adding headsets in conference mode Receive volume reorientation (+/-) is being adjusted Headset in DECT/GAP mode
7.3 Bases visual indicators
Base action Telephone mode buttons indicator/ Base talk button USB mode buttons indicator/ Base talk button Mute functionality indicator (red) Battery indicator (4 green diodes) Visual indication Lit when in telephone mode and ashing when linked up Lit when in USB mode and ashing when linked up Lit when mute is activated 1 indicator light = 25% of a full charge 4 indicator lights = 100% full charge Rightmost lit diode ashes when charging, leftmost diodes are lit Leftmost diode ashes when <30 minutes of talk time remaining When headset placed in cradle for charging, all diodes light for 1 second Battery indicator (chargecradle for additional battery, accessory) Lit when charging, green diode
GN 9350 GN 9330 GN 9330 USB Q: Nothing happens when I try to adjust the clear dialtone.
A: Make sure the base is set for telephone mode and the link is established (telephone buttons indicator on base is ashing). Also ensure that the telephone is activated (handset is off the hook or line button is pressed).
Q: I am getting a buzzing sound on my headset.
A: If the unit has been correctly set-up, your telephone may not be fully immune to the radio signals the headset uses. To overcome this problem, move the headset base at least 30 cm away from the telephone. On GN 9350, you may want to reduce the range of your unit instead.
GN 9330 GN 9330 USB Q: My customers say they cannot hear me.
A: Ensure the base unit is in the correct system setting by adjusting the clear dial tone switch. You should experience a high quality dial tone from the headset. Then call a friend and adjust your headsets microphone as described in the Guide for basic set-up and use. For setting information on your telephone system, please also refer to www.gnnetcom.com/ gn9300/support.
GN 9330 GN 9330 USB Q: When I press the talk button, the GN 1000 RHL lifts, but the call is not connected.
A: Make sure that you are using the telephones handset port, and not the headset port (if your telephone has one), when using a GN 1000 RHL for remote answering.
Q: I have heard there is a GN Netcom wireless headset which has no need for a GN 1000 RHL to answer calls remotely.
A: Yes, this is known as the EHS (electronic hookswitch) feature on the GN 9350, which some telephone systems support. Check with your supplier for compatibility with your phone, and/ or consult our support site at www.gnnetcom.com/gn9120/ehs-setup.
Q: I have moved desks at work. Is it possible to put my headset onto another base?
A: Yes, this is possible. The headset only needs to be paired to the new base. Just follow the procedure as described in section 4.7 of this guide.
Q: My telephone should be able to operate with the EHS version of GN Netcom, but I cannot make it work.
A: Please refer to www.gnnetcom.com/gn9300/support for more information, including compatibility and the correct, clear dialtone switch setting.
9. Maintenance, safety and disposal
The headband, boom arm and ear hook can be wiped with a dry or slightly damp cloth. The cords and base unit can be dry-dusted as required. The leatherette ear cushion(s) can be cleaned or replaced. When cleaning, remove them and rinse with water. Leatherette ear cushions and ear plates can be wiped with a damp cloth, with only a little dishwashing liquid if required. Avoid getting moisture or liquids into any button sockets, receptors or other openings. Avoid exposing the product to rain.
Children and product packaging
The packaging, including plastic bags and wrapping parts, are not toys for children. The bags themselves or the many small parts they contain may cause choking if ingested.
Materials and allergies
The headband is made of stainless steel, which does not have a nickel-coated surface. The stainless steel alloy has been tested for nickel release in accordance with the European standard EN 1811:1998. According to EU Directive 94/27/EF, the nickel release must be below 0,50 gram/cm2/week. The release from the headband was 0,02gram/cm2/week. The leatherette ear cushion(s) do not contain vinyl.
Batteries and product disposal
Do not expose batteries to heat or puncture them. Dispose of the product and/or batteries according to local standards and regulations.
GN9330 G N USB
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G N usb : W i r e l e ss I P t e l e p h o n y. W i d e b a n d s o un d.
The new GN 9330 USB wireless headset makes all your PC-based IP telephony conversations sound better. High definition, wideband IP audio ensures you hear and are heard with superb clarity. Our high-definition sound give you the feeling of a true face-to-face conversation and helps increase your productivity because you hear every detail the first time.
GN9330: W i r e l e ss f r e e d o m. Mu l t i t a s k i ng p r o d u c t i v i t y.
The new GN 9330 wireless office headset is designed to enhance the way you work. Free yourself from your desk, and experience greater comfort and increased productivity. The GN 9330 allows you to escape the limitations set by your conventional telephone handset, providing hands-free mobility, all-day comfort and superb sound clarity, ensuring youre always ready for actionin style.
A c c e ss o r i e s
GN1000 Remote Handset Lifter Maximize your communications convenience Answer and end calls away from your desk Easy to install and use Compatible with all our wireless office headset systems
W i r e l e ss I P t e l e p h o n y. W i d e b a n d s o un d. Up to 200 feet of wireless freedom W iFi-friendly 1.9 GHz frequency with DECT 6.0 wireless technology Revolutionary wideband sound quality for IP telephony U p to 6 hours talk time without recharging N oise-canceling microphone for reduced background noise Digital encryption for secure conversations S tylish and lightweight, at less than 1 oz Two wearing styles included: headband and earhook Exceptional ease of setup and use
W i r e l e ss f r e e d o m. Mu lt i t a s k i ng e f f i c i e n c y. Up to 200 feet of wireless freedom W iFi-friendly 1.9 GHz frequency with DECT 6.0 wireless technology U p to 9 hours talk time without recharging N oise-canceling microphone for reduced background noise Digital encryption for secure conversations Excellent sound quality S tylish and lightweight, at less than 1 oz Two wearing styles included: headband and earhook Exceptional ease of setup and use
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GN isthe global No. 1 headset provider.With 1,800 employees and sales offices around the world, GN develops, manufactures and markets under the Jabra branda broad range of wireless and corded headsets for mobile consumers, office and contact center professionals. GNs business activities also include its original equipment manufacturing (OEM) business. GN has been helping people communicate since 1869 and is a listed company on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange. 2007 GN Netcom, Inc. All rights reserved. Jabra is a registered trademark, wholly owned by GN Netcom, Inc. in the USA, and this trademark may be registered in other countries. US and foreign patents pending. Design and specifications subject to change without notice. The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by the companies in the GN Group is under license.
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