Cell Phone - Computer - Semi-open - Over-the-ear - 8 hour battery - Plantronics
You've eliminated the phone, now remove the wires. The CS50-USB from Plantronics extends wireless freedom to your softphone. It's the first wireless headset for VoIP applications with remote call detection and answer/end capability via PerSonoCall .software. Experience superior sound quality, stylish design, four comfortable wearing options and hands-free convenience via your USB port. [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Plantronics CS50-USB photo ]
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User reviews and opinions
|Descot||6:11pm on Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010|
|Works with my HP and Compaq laptops with no problems encountered. Volume is not that loud and some hissing sometimes, even with Skype. I can walk around anywhere in my home wearing my headset, and can hear everything just as clearly as if I was sitting in front of my computer.|
|rfc822||3:43pm on Tuesday, September 7th, 2010|
|Lasted 5 years with LOTS of abuse I had this headset for 5 years with constantly knocking it off my desk and having it land on the hard floor. Excellent Gaming Headset This gaming headset is very comfy on your ears and the microphone comes through loud and clear. Bargain Got it here for $18. So it was a great bargain for such a comfortable headset.|
|antenore||6:32am on Saturday, August 21st, 2010|
|It has very very good sound quality. I simply love it. I am writing this review after using it for more than a year... took me long.. It has very very good sound quality. I simply love it. I am writing this review after using it for more than a year... took me long..|
|raj0505||8:05am on Sunday, August 1st, 2010|
|Plantronics Audio 90 Headset I bought this headset about a week ago after having some phenomenally bad luck with previous microphones and VoIP product...|
|frazzydee||10:40am on Thursday, July 22nd, 2010|
|Wish they would fix the durability issues! Great quality mic for the money. Nice clear stereo sound and the mic picks up speech nice and crisply. Plantronics Audio 90 Stereo PC Headset I have to say a good headset only let down by the connector lead which it seems doesnt stand up to much handlin...|
|Mellthas||4:58am on Sunday, June 20th, 2010|
|This headset is by far the most comfortable headset with the deepest audio range in the sub-$20 price range.|
|calvino_ind||8:09pm on Tuesday, June 8th, 2010|
|Headset the sound is good but got its limits when the bass gets louder.The mic is to me a littel too stiff to adjust.The haedphones fits good.|
|anita wallace||1:55am on Tuesday, May 25th, 2010|
|Plantronics Audio 90 Stereo PC Headset I have to say a good headset only let down by the connector lead which it seems doesnt stand up to much handlin...|
|aleksandar||4:18pm on Monday, May 24th, 2010|
|Excellent headset for the value I used this intensively for 2.5 years before it broke. |
1. I simply loved this headset.
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Professional wireless System headset
Extend your wireless freedom in the office to your softphone and deskphone.
Youve eliminated the phone, now remove the wires. The CS50-USB from Plantronics extends wireless freedom to your softphone. Its the first wireless headset for VoIP applications with remote call detection and answer/end capability. Experience superior sound quality, stylish design, versatile wearing options, and hands-free convenience via your USB port. The CS50-USB delivers: A complete wireless headset solution for PC softphones that quickly connects to your USB port, allowing you to take conversations up to 200 feet from your PC with no headset cables. The CS50-USB is the first wireless headset with remote ring detection and call answer/end at the touch of a button, thanks to the Plantronics PerSonoCall software. Features noise-canceling microphone to deliver calls that are crystal clear. Uses digital 900 MHz technology for private and completely secure calls. Convertible design gives you a choice of comfortable wearing styles, over the head and over the ear. Streamlined one-touch volume control, mute button, and call answer/end for complete control while youre away from your desk.
>> CS50-USB Wireless VoIP Headset System
headset Professional wireless System
CS50-USB Key Features
Talk/Listen Time1 (battery enabled) Range Operating Frequency Up to 200 ft. 902928MHz Up to 8 hours
Charge and status indicators Fast battery recharge 900MHz IntelliStand base connects to the computer via USB Volume up/down and mute Remote call answer/end Online indicator light Noise-canceling microphone
Security/Privacy Digitally encrypted Headset Microphone Noise-canceling Headset Weight Headset Controls Battery Recharge Time Compatibility Wearing Styles
26 grams Volume, mute, call answer/end 1.5 hours (80%) / 3 hours (100%) Most softphone applications via USB Convertible: over the ear, over the head, behind the head (with accessory neckband)
Battery Type Lithium Ion Polymer
Performance is dependent upon battery life.
The CS50-USB easily converts from over-the ear to over-the-head style with a snap-on uniband.
Included with the CS50-USB
Optional accessory for the CS50-USB
Interchangeable, reversible earloops for perfect fit on either ear
Over-the head headband for stability
Neckband for behind-the-head wearing style
For more information about the CS50-USB or other Plantronics products, please visit our Web site at www.plantronics.com.
TEL: 800-544-4660 (USA AND CANADA) 831-458-7700 (OUTSIDE USA)
2008 Plantronics, Inc. All rights reserved. Plantronics, the logo design, CS50, and Sound Innovation are trademarks or registered trademarks of Plantronics, Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Plantronics does not endorse or sponsor any promotional offers made in this advertisement. Please contact the reseller directly with any questions related to promotional offers. Published 06.08
WIRELESS HEADSET system
T ABLE OF CONTENTS
PACKAGE CONTENTS Headset and Wearing Options
Package Contents Features Setup Charging Positioning Installing PerSono Suite Software Configuration and Status Adjusting Fit Making/Answering/Ending Calls Adjusting Volume, Initiating Flash Muting a Call, Initiating Smart Button Traveling with CS50-USB Headset Controls Base Indicator Lights Troubleshooting for CS50-USB Subscription System Reset Battery Replacement Technical Assistance Warranty Regulatory Notices Please refer to the separate Safety Instructions booklet for important product safety information prior to installation or use.
PerSono Suite Software CD
REGISTER YOUR PRODUCT ONLINE
Visit www.plantronics.com/productregistration to register your CS50-USB product online so we can provide you with the best possible service and technical support.
FEA TURES Base
Ringer Switch (On = up position) (Off = down position) Stand Pegs Subscription Button Access Hole (paperclip required) AC Charger Port
Back and Side
Base - Bottom View
Telephone Handset Jack
Charge Indicator Light (red)
Handset Lifter Jack Status Indicator Light (green) AC Charging Jack Telephone Cord Jack
Front: Listening Volume/Mute/ Flash/Smart Button Call Control Button Talk Indicator Light Rear: Speaker
Speaking Volume Major Adjust Headset Docking Cradle
Listening Volume/Mute Call Control Button Talk Indicator Light
Battery Cover Microphone
Speaker Battery Cover Microphone
1 hour = minimum charge to continue setup 3 hours = full charge
To install base unit, first thread the USB cable through the bottom of the base so it rests in notch. Then attach the stand by inserting the stand pegs into the holds on the underside of the base unit.
1.Slide headset into charging cradle. 2.Gently press down on the headset to ensure that headset is in correct position. Red charge indicator light on base will illuminate while charging and will go completely off when fully charged. AC Charging Only:
When your computer is powered off, the CS50-USB will not charge, and the headset standby time will decrease. Using the optional AC adapter will ensure your headset remains charged. USB Charging Only: When your computer is powered on, the CS50-USB will charge via the USB connection.
Connect USB connector to a free USB port on your computer. A USB hub can be used but be sure it can supply sufficient power (250mA) to charge the headset. Alternatively, the velcro strips included can be used to attach the base unit to a PC monitor. However, if that causes noise or interference problems, see Positioning on page 7.
The minimum recommended separation distance is shown above. IMPORTANT: Incorrect positioning can cause noise and interference. The optional AC charger can be used.
INST ALLING PerSono Suite SOFTW ARE
Plantronics PerSono Suite software provides the link between your CS50-USB headset and compatible softphone applications on your computer. PerSono Suite software provides the ability to remotely detect and answer/end a call from your softphone application via the headset call control button. In addition PerSono Suite provides some basic configuration and status information about the system. Check the PerSono Suite compatibility list at www.plantronics.com/SoftphoneCompatibility for the most current information on softphone compatibility. If your softphone is not currently supported by PerSono Suite, please refer to page 11. 1. With the CD inserted, go to the PerSono Suite main screen and click on Install the PerSono Suite Software. 2. Your softphone may require you to choose which audio device you wish to use. Please refer to softphone documentation for details. NOTE: Once the CS50-USB is installed, it becomes the default audio device in your computer. You can set preferences manually in the Windows operating system through the Sounds and Audio Devices option in the control panel under the Audio tab.
Using CS50/60-USB with Microsoft Office Communicator
In addition to the softphones and features supported via PerSono Suite, CS50/60-USB models support the following features for Microsoft Office Communicator (MOC). Note: MOC features are built-in to CS50/60-USB and do not require PerSono Suite software to be installed to work with MOC. Feature
Ring Detect/Answer - incoming MOC call while headset is in base
If ringer switch in base is on, base will ring once to indicate incoming call. Lift headset and press headset call control button to answer. Headset indicates incoming call from MOC; press headset Call Control button to answer. Press headset Call Control button to end call or insert headset into base. Press Call Control button, headset is activated and dialtone is heard; place call from MOC. Press Call Control button once to turn on radio link, then press again. This will cause the MOC window to come to the foreground and dialtone is heard; place call from MOC. Place call from MOC, headset is activated automatically.
Ring Detect/Answer - incoming MOC call if headset is not in base End a call
Initiate a call from headset if radio link is on (green light on base is flashing) Initiate a call from headset if radio link is off (green light on base is NOT flashing) Initiate a call from MOC
NOTE: Once installed we recommend that you set PerSono Suite to launch whenever the Windows operating system starts.
System Tray Icons
After installing and running the software, one of the four system tray icons will appear in the tray bar at the bottom of your screen showing status of headset communication with PerSono Suite. : No headset detected : Headset detected, no radio link to base : Headset detected, and radio link to base active : Headset detected, and radio link to base is locked on CS50/60-USB includes Intelligent Application Management logic that helps when a PerSono Suite-supported softphone and MOC are used on the same computer.
CONFIGURA TION AND ST TUS A
Right click on the headset system tray icon and choose Options This will bring. up the PerSono Suite Basic Options and Current Status Screens. Refer to online application help for explanation details on the PerSono Suite software.
Snap speaker into retaining ring of desired wearing option (headband or earloop).
1. Adjust headband to fit. 2. Rotate headset in retaining ring until microphone is pointing toward your chin. To make a call: Press the call control button on the headset. The status indicator lights on both the base and the headset should go on, indicating a successful link. Dial using softphone. To answer a call: Press the call control button on the headset to answer a call. When the ringer switch on the side of the base is on (in the up position), the base will ring with an incoming call so you can receive notification of a call even when not wearing the headset. The feature is disabled when the ringer switch is in the down position. To end a call: Press the call control button on the headset. To switch between calls: Some softphones support a feature known as flash. This allows you to place the current call on or off hold, or to toggle between calls. To do so, rock the headset volume control either way for more than 2 seconds. See diagram under Adjusting Volume, Initiating Flash on page 12. When using PerSono Suite, the radio link between the headset and the base will only be active during a call. This is the default setting intended to preserve the battery life of the headset. However, you may wish to have the radio link active when not on a call so you can listen to other audio sources, such as streaming audio on your PC. You can open the radio link at any time by pressing the call control button on the headset. NOTE: Locking the radio link on for extended periods of time will significantly reduce the standby and talk time of the headset.
For Softphones Not Compatible with PerSono Suite Check the PerSono Suite compatibility list at www.plantronics.com/SoftphoneCompatibility for the most current information on softphone compatibility. If your softphone is not currently supported by PerSono Suite, remote detection and answer/end via the headset does not function. Pressing the call control button on the headset will only open and close the radio link providing audio; you must answer the call from the softphone.
ADJUSTING VOLUME, INITIA TING FLASH
Minor Adjust Major Adjust
TRA VELING WITH CS50-USB
Gently push side-to-side to disassemble
Rock the headset volume control back and forth to adjust listening volume. To adjust the listen or speak volume of the softphone, please refer to the softphone user documentation. To adjust the listen or speak volume of the audio device on the computer, use the Sound and Audio Devices section on the control panel in Windows. To initiate the Flash function (see page 11 To switch between calls), rock the volume control to either side for more than 2 seconds. You have the option to easily disassemble the CS50-USB for travel.
MUTING A CALL, INITIA TING SMART BUTTON Headset Mute
Base - Top View
Indicator Lights Talking (Green) Power (Red) Charging (Amber)
To conserve headset power and to comply with air travel regulations, you should turn off the headset by simultaneously pressing both the call control button and listening volume/mute button for 5 seconds. When the green talk indicator light on headset blinks, release both buttons.
Handset Lifter Jack To turn headset back on, press the call control button. The talk indicator light will quickly flash green. AC Charging Jack
Telephone Cord Jac
Charging Cradle Telephone To mute headset, briefly press the listening volume/mute button straight in. Press Configuration Dial again to unmute.
Speaking Volume NOTE: Once turned off, a single press on any button will turn the headset back on. Beware that Major Adjust if not stowed properly, the CS50-USB headset may inadvertently turn back on.
You will hear 3 rapid beeps every 15 seconds to indicate mute is on. To initiate the smart button, press and hold the listening volume/mute button for more than 2 seconds.
Call Control Button
Talk Indicator Light
Speaking Volume Minor Adjust
BASE INDICA TOR LIGHTS
Status Indicator Light (green) Charge Indicator Light (red)
Rock back and forth Press straight in and hold for more than 2 seconds Short key press straight in
Ascending/descending tones, 2 tones at limit
Charging Fully charged
Red light illuminates brightly Red light goes off Green light flashes quickly Red light illuminates softly Green light flashes slowly Solid green light
3 tones every 15 seconds
Muted Headset not in base
Rock in one direction for more than 2 seconds
Headset link active Headset link inactive
Making/answering/ ending calls
Short key press
Low battery warning (5 minutes of talk time remaining) Out of range warning - when on an active call
Return headset to charging cradle Move closer to base
1 tone every 10 seconds
TROUBLESHOOTING FOR CS50-USB
Check that the USB cable is connected to a powered computer. Check that the computer is turned on and not in standby or hibernation mode. If using a USB hub, check that the AC power supply is correctly connected and that the hub can supply 250mA to charge the headset. If using the AC charger, check that the AC charger jack is connected to the base unit, that the AC charger is securely connected to a working wall outlet, and that it is the model supplied by Plantronics. I plugged everything in but the indicator lights wont come on.
2 tones just before range limit. 3 tones beyond range limit and active call will be suspended. 1 tone will sound when returning within range; call will be re-established if within 15 minutes 3 repetitive tones
Incoming call notification
Press call control button to answer call
My headset does not work with the base unit.
Headset may be out of range of the base. Move closer to base unit until the headset is within range. Range varies with office environment. Headset battery needs to be charged. See page 7. If you are using a laptop that regularly goes into standby or hibernation, the optional AC power supply is provided to ensure the headset can be continuously charged. Listening volume is too low. Press the volume up button on the headset. See page 12. You may have to re-subscribe your headset with the base. See page 18.
Sound in headset is distorted. I can hear echo in headset.
Lower the listen volume on your softphone until the distortion disappears. If the distortion is still present, lower the listen volume control on the computer. Adjust volume on headset. See page 12.
I can hear too much background conversation or noise.
Speak volume is too high. Lower the speak volume on your softphone until the noise disappears. If the noise is still present, lower the microphone volume control on the computer. Link to headset is lost. Try to reestablish a link by pressing the call control button. Unplug the USB charger first, then unplug the AC charger (if used) from the base for 5 seconds. Plug the USB charger back in first, then AC adapter (if used) to power back up. Reset the whole system as described on page 18.
My headset does not work with my softphone.
Check compatibility list on www.plantronics.com/ SoftphoneCompatibility to ensure your softphone is compatible for remote answer and disconnect. Headset battery needs to be charged. If you are using a laptop that regularly goes into standby or hibernation, the AC power supply is available to ensure the headset can be continuously charged. CS50-USB may not be set as the default audio device in your softphone application.
I hear static that does not allow me to communicate.
People I talk to can hear a buzz in the background.
Move the CS50-USB base further away from your phone. AC charger is plugged into a power strip. Plug the AC charger into the wall directly. The CS50-USB will set itself as the default audio device in Windows. Use the Audio settings in Windows under Sounds and Audio Devices to change the device used for audio. Headset may require reset. See page 18. Headset battery needs to be charged. See page 7. If you are using a laptop that regularly goes into standby or hibernation, the optional AC power supply is provided to ensure the headset can be continuously charged.
I cannot hear caller.
Check that all cords are connected correctly. Check that the base has power (green indicator light) and the headset battery is fully charged. Headset may be out of range of the base. Move closer to base unit until the headset is within range. Range varies with office environment. Adjust the listen volume on the headset (see page 12), softphone and PC audio control. Ensure the headset speaker is positioned snugly over your ear. Incorrect softphone model selected. Be sure you have selected the correct softphone model through the software. You may need to resubscribe the headset. See page 18. Battery talk time performance is significantly degraded even after a full charge. Headset is uncomfortable when worn in over-the-ear mode. I hear beeps in the headset. The other headset I was using to listen to music does not work any more.
My headset stops responding to button presses.
Callers cannot hear me.
Headset is muted. Press the mute button on headset to unmute the microphone. See page 12. Headset microphone boom aligned incorrectly. Align the headset boom with your mouth. Speak volume is too low. Increase the speak volume on your softphone until you can be heard by callers. If the volume is still too low, increase the microphone level on your computer. Headset battery needs to be charged. See page 7.
Battery is going bad; replace the battery with a new battery pack. Call Plantronics at 1-800-544-4660 ext. 5538. See page 19. Try changing earloop sizes. Experiment to find the best fit or use the over-the-head band supplied. One beep every 10 seconds is caused by a low battery warning. Recharge battery by returning headset to the base charging cradle for one to three hours until charge light stays lit or quits blinking. Two beeps is an out of range warning. Move closer to the base. Three beeps every 15 seconds indicate your mute is on. Press the mute button once to turn mute off.
BA TTERY REPLACEMENT
The headset and base unit are supplied subscribed to each other. However, if you wish to use a replacement headset with the base unit, then the units must be re-subscribed as follows:
The custom battery inside the headset should last 2-3 years. When talk time decreases significantly, you should replace the battery. Call Plantronics at (800) 544-4660 ext.5538 to order one. Once you receive it, follow directions below to replace.
Return the headset to the charging cradle. 1. Use a paperclip to press and hold the subscription button through the access hole on the base unit for a minimum of 5 seconds. The status indicator light will then flash. 2. Press and hold the headset mute switch for a minimum of 5 seconds. The headset indicator light will then illuminate.
Successful re-subscription is indicated when the status indicator is fully illuminated and the talk indicator light is off. 3. Disconnect the USB charger first, then the AC charger (if used) from the AC charging jack for 5 seconds. 4. Reconnect the USB charger first, then the AC charger (if used). If re-subscription fails within 2 minutes, the headset will return to the un-subscribed state. Try the re-subscription process again or call Technical Support.
Pinch both sides of the battery cover and lift to remove.
Slide the battery out and gently separate at the connection. DO NOT pull the battery out by the wires.
To recover from some fault conditions (refer to Troubleshooting page), you may need to perform a system reset.
1. Press both the call control button and the listening volume/mute button for 5 seconds. When the talk indicator light blinks, release both buttons. 2. Press the call control button again. The talk indicator light will again blink briefly to indicate the headset is back to normal operation.
3. Disconnect the USB charger first, then the AC charger (if used) from the AC charging jack for 5 seconds. 4. Reconnect the USB charger first, then the AC charger (if used). The system reset operation is complete.
Reconnect and install the new battery.
Pinch both sides of the battery cover and replace.
After replacing the battery, remember to allow 3 hours to fully charge.
TECHNICAL ASSIST ANCE
Visit our Web site at www.plantronics.com/support for technical support including frequently asked questions, compatibility and accessibility information. The Plantronics Technical Assistance Center (TAC) is also ready to assist you in the U.S. at 866-363-BLUE (2583) and in Canada at (800) 540-8363.
FCC REGISTRATION INFORMATION - Part 68
W ARRANTY AND SERVICE
LIMITED WARRANTY for Plantronics Non-commercial Products Purchased in the United States and Canada. This warranty covers defects in materials and workmanship of Non-commercial Products manufactured, sold or certified by Plantronics which were purchased and used in the United States and Canada. This warranty lasts for one year from the date of purchase of the Products. This warranty extends to you only if you are the end user with the original purchase receipt. We will, at our option, repair or replace the Products that do not conform to the warranty. We may use functionally equivalent reconditioned/refurbished/ remanufactured/pre-owned or new Products or parts. To obtain service, contact Plantronics in the United States at (866) 363-BLUE (2583) and in Canada at (800) 540-8363. If you need additional information, please contact our service centers at the numbers provided. THIS IS PLANTRONICS COMPLETE WARRANTY FOR THE PRODUCTS. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state or province to province. Please contact your dealer or our service center for the full details of our limited warranty, including items not covered by this limited warranty.
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules and the requirements adopted by ACTA. On the exterior of this equipment is a label that contains a product identifier in the format US: AAAEQ##TXXXX. If requested, this information must be provided to your telephone company. A plug and jack used to connect this equipment to the premises wiring and telephone network must comply with the applicable FCC Part 68 rules and requirements adopted by ACTA. A compliant telephone cord and modular plug is provided with this product. It is designed to be connected to a compatible jack that is also compliant. See installation instructions for details. The REN is useful to determine the quantity of devices you may connect to your telephone line. Excessive RENs on a telephone line may result in the devices not ringing in response to an incoming call. In most, but not all areas, the sum of the RENs should not exceed five (5.0). To be certain of the number of devices you may connect to your line, as determined by the REN, contact your local telephone company. For product approved after July 23, 2001, the REN for this product is part of the product identifier that has the format US:AAAEQ##TXXXX. The digits represented by ### are the REN without the decimal point. (For example, 03 represents a REN of 0.3.) For earlier producers, the REN is separately shown on the label. If this telephone equipment causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone company will notify you in advance that temporary discontinuance of service may be required. But if advance notice isnt practical, the telephone company will notify the customer as soon as possible. Also, you will be advised of your right to file a complaint with the FCC if you believe it is necessary. The telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations, or procedures that could affect the proper functioning of your equipment. If they do, you will be notified in advance in order for you to make necessary modifications to maintain uninterrupted service. If trouble is experienced with this unit, for repair or warranty information, please contact customer service at (800) 544-4660. If the equipment is causing harm to the network, the telephone company may request that you disconnect the equipment until the problem is resolved. DO NOT DISASSEMBLE THIS EQUIPMENT: It does not contain any user serviceable components. We recommend the installation of an AC surge arrester in the AC outlet to which this equipment is connected. Telephone companies report that electrical surges, typically lighting transients, are very destructive to customer terminal equipment connected to AC power sources. The antenna used for this transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter. End-users and installers must be provided with installation instructions and transmitter operating conditions for satisfying RF exposure compliance.
EXPOSURE TO RF RADIATION
The internal wireless radio operates within the guidelines found in radio frequency safety standards and recommendations, which reflect the consensus of the scientific community. Independent studies have shown that the internal wireless radio is safe for use by consumers. Visit www.plantronics.com for more information.
INDUSTRY CANADA NOTICE Radio Equipment
REGULA TORY NOTICES
FCC REQUIREMENTS PART 15
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and 2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception which can be determined by turning the radio or television off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct interference by one or more of the following measures: 1. Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. 2. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. 3. Connect the equipment into an outlet on another circuit. 4. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. NOTE: Modifications not expressly approved by Plantronics, Inc. could void the users authority to operate the equipment.
Operation of this device is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device. This product meets the applicable Industry Canada technical specifications of the RSS-213 Issue 2. The Ringer Equivalence Number is an indication of the maximum number of devices allowed to be connected to a telephone interface. The termination on an interface may consist of any combination of devices subject only to the requirement that the sum of all RENs of all of the devices does not exceed five.
S O U N D I N N O VAT I O N
Plantronics, Inc. 345 Encinal Street Santa Cruz, CA 95060 USA Tel: (800) 544-4660 www.plantronics.com
2005-2006 Plantronics, Inc. All rights reserved. Plantronics, the logo design, CS50, PerSono Suite and Sound Innovation are trademarks or registered trademarks of Plantronics, Inc. Microsoft and Windows are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Patents U.S. 5,210,791; 6,735,453; D492,667; EM 69109; and Patents Pending. 73467-01 (07/09)
|Product Type||Headset - radio|
|Recommended Use||PC multimedia|
|Additional Features||Noise canceling circuit, mute button, answer/end button, volume control|
|Headphones Type||Headphone - monaural|
|Headphones Form Factor||Over-the-ear|
|Connectivity Technology||Wireless - radio|
|Radio Frequency Range||900MHz|
|Transmission Range||200 ft|
|Included Accessories||Base unit|
|Power Device||Power adapter|
|Battery||Headset battery - rechargeable - lithium ion|
|Run Time (Up To)||8 hour(s)|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
|GTIN||00017229119116, 00017229115767, 00017229119109|
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