Jabra is a global producer of innovative headset and speakerphone solutions. Jabra enables effortless communication for mobile users, office-based and contact center employees in all parts of the world. My first contact with Jabra was back in 2006 when I bought the Jabra BT200 for my Nokia 7610. Now I came across the Jabra Pro 920, a straightforward wireless headset designed for use with most major desktop phone systems. A cost-effective option for use in most office environments. It is easy-to-use and implement, resulting in fast user adoption and has been certified by Cisco, Avaya and by Siemens.
- The featureset of the Jabra Pro 920 shows:
- Crystal Clear Sound – Digital Signal Processing (DSP) in Jabra audio devices will remove background noise and echo as well as protect the user against sudden high peaks in volume.
- Wireless Freedom up to 300ft
- Noise Canceling Microphone reduces unwanted background noise and the noise-canceling microphones reduce unwanted background noise and are ideal in crowded and noisy, open office environments.
- Safe Tone
- Peak Stop – Peak Stop technology immediately removes potentially harmful loud sounds or tones before they reach your ears and keeps the sound level within the safe range to protect your hearing.
Looking at Amazon you can see a very good ranking. It scored 4.4 out of 5 stars.
Here an extract from a user rating:
“Great reception at amazing distances. Although a Plantronics headset at a previous employer had more built-in very useful features, this has better range.”
So many features and the well known Jabra Wireless Headset quality does have it’s price. On Amazon the headset cost almost 150€ (147,89€). For further information jump over to Jabra’s website or leave your question in the comment section below