Jabra GN9350e Wireless Headset
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- Up to 350 feet of wireless freedom
- Wifi-friendly DECT 6.0 technology
- Future-proof investment: single headset for traditional and PC phone calls
- Revolutionary wideband sound for IP calls
- LCD display for easy set-up of personal sound preferences
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The unit has excellent range, and I suffered no loss of audio quality at all when moving anywhere in my house, even with a WiFi network active.
Compared to the Plantronics CS50/CS55, the Jabra GN9350e comes out on top, for the following reasons:
-Jabra has better more natural sounding audio quality when you speak, with better frequency response. Plantronics headsets make your voice sound somewhat tinny and muffled by comparison.
-Jabra has a MUCH better speaker in the earpiece than Plantronics. The Jabra earpiece has pretty good audio quality; not as good as a wired headset, but pretty good. The sound quality you hear in the Plantronics headset is just bad.
-This unit can also hook into any standard phone that has a corded handset. Plantronics can't do that.
This phone is supposed to be able to pair with DECT 6.0 phones, but DECT phones sold in the US don't have pairing mode buttons, so you're out of luck there.
Audio quality when using it with a normal phone is basically perfect.
Some nitpicks: I didn't find the leatherette ear cushion comfortable. You'll want to swap it out for a foam one. Also the included cord for hooking it to your phone necessitates it being right next to the phone.Read more ›
Does your Jabra GN9350 or other DECT VOIP headset make clicking sounds? Read on...
Here is a tip for working with high end wireless routers that use the 5Ghz frequency (n/a/ac) while also using the high end DECT headset (eg Jabra GN9350 headset) connected via USB and operating over VOIP. The advantage of using wifi on the 5Ghz frequency over the old 2.4Ghz frequency band (b/g/legacy n) is that it is super fast (up to 857 Mbps bi-directionally vs 130/300 Mbps), has 2-3 times the range, is less crowed, and is highly stable.
High end routers achieve their speed by using several bandwidths (20/40/80 Mhz) and channels within those bandwidths simultaneously and by 'beamforming' (an algorithm that focuses radio power to a particular device). Note that forcing the DECT phones ensure security hopping across bandwidths and channels.
Technically the wifi and the DECT transmissions shouldn't overlap, but I found a very loud clicking, sharp crackling, and near constant static on my DECT headset to the point where it was nearly unusable.
The issue was in my home office I have multiple wireless devices in one room. A printer and iPhone3 on 2.5Ghz (g/legacy n) , an iPhone5 on 5Ghz (n), two wireless laptop network adapters on 5Ghz (ac), and a DECT headset base. All sorts of radio beams were being focused in the room and saturating all frequencies, bandwidths, and channels.
Solution... on the router I set the 2.4GHz frequency to use just the 20MHz bandwidth and reduced transmission power to the lowest possible before devices drop off. In my case, I dropped the power from 200mW to just 35mW.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The echo renders it basically unusable. I have to use my cell phone instead. Very disappointed.Published 4 months ago by Matt
Great product. Amazing range. I can walk outside in my large yard and still use it. I don't use it for telephone - I use it as a wireless microphone and earphone headset for my... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Bill C
This is by far the best headset I have ever owned. Unfortunately the base unit gave up the ghost after only two years and they no longer make this model. Read morePublished 9 months ago by JeCr
l Need a manual to get it put together, looks to be good quality..Published 10 months ago by Joe Mac Ivor