Plantronics Audio 400 USB (76921-11)

Plantronics Audio 400 USB (76921-11)
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76921-11
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Plantronics Audio 400 DSP Digitally Enhanced USB Folding Stereo Headset (76921-11)

Plantronics .Audio 400 DSP foldable stereo headset adds an enhanced version of digital signally with DSP for cleaner audio listening beyond standard USB. The foldable design allows for easy storage and transport. Listen to your CDs, DVDs, or MP3 files. Its noise-canceling microphone enhances speech accuracy.

Features

  • 6 Dragons on the Nuance Accuracy Scale for Dragon (best possible score)
  • Folds for easy storage and transport
  • USB plug play – no sound card required
  • Noise cancelling microphone
  • QuickAdjust microphone boom
  • Inline digital volume and mute controls

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Plantronics Audio 400 DSP USB Headset Review: You need a Clever? ... Clearer? or simply just Advance Headset?
Plantronics Audio 400 DSP USB Headset Review: You need a Clever? ... Clearer? or simply just Advance Headset?
Category: Headset Reviews
Posted: 24/08/2012 17:11
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Plantronics Audio 400 DSP USB Headset Review:

You need a Clever? …Clearer? or simply just Advance Headset?

Multimedia is here to keep on and still expanding… the Plantronics .Audio DSP 400 made digitally-enhanced foldable stereo headset with full-range stereo sound...

Offers! A built-in Digital Signal Processor provides enhanced and full-range stereo sound. For enjoyment and interactive voice applications alike, get in touch with Plantronics DSP-400 digitally-enhanced USB foldable stereo headset.

Customer Reviews

  • Author: Jo K
    This headset is a pain to use with Windows 7 because the necessary driver isn't installed. Takes a bit of messing around, but when it finally works, it's great. Don't unplug it, though, or you'll have to start again.
    Next problem: getting it to work on Mac OSX. My Macbook Air recognises the headset, but I still can't get it to work. Very frustrating.