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Product description

How to Use:
Plug and play.

Specification:
Item Type: Business Headset
Material: ABS
Colour: Black
Type: Binaural
Plug Diameter: 2.5mm
Function: Call/ Adjustable Volume
Scope of Application: Compatible with Landline Phones or Cordless Dect Phones with 2.5mm Headphone Jack
Speaker Parameters:
Sensitivity: 105±3dB (At 178mV 1KHz)
Voice Coil Impedance: 150±15Ω (At 1KHz)
Frequency Characteristics: 100Hz-10KHz
Distortion: ≤5% (At 178mV 1KHz)

Microphone Parameters:
Directivity: Single Point
Sensitivity: -40±2dB(2.0V, 2.2KΩ, 1KHz)
Distortion: ≤5% (At 4.5V 2.2KΩ 1KHz)
Frequency Characteristics: 200Hz-6KHz
Current Consumption: 100-500υA

Package List:
1 x Telephone Headset
1 x Manual


Note:
Some phones need to program the headset buttons for the headset to work properly.

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