Headset Buddy: PC Computer Headset to Phone Adapter - Dual 3.5mm to 2.5mm (01-PC35-PH25)
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- Use headset on computer and home or office phone that has a 2.5mm headset jack
- Convert two 3.5mm plugs to single 2.5mm plug
- Reduce clutter with single headset
- For use on standard 2.5mm phone headset jacks
- Works with mono and stereo headsets
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A big productivity enhancer for home businesses, call centers, sales people, road warriors, or anyone who is on the phone all the time, but doesn't want to carry two headsets, one for the computer, and one for the phone.
Specs: This amazing adaptor converts the standard headset 3.5mm mic/audio plugs to a standard 2.5mm plug, allowing you to use your favorite computer/laptop headset with your phone or cell phone. This adapter is designed for use with headsets that have two 3.5 mm. plugs; one for the microphone and one for the headphones/earpiece(s). The adapter outputs binaural sound for stereo headsets, meaning you will hear sound out of both ears. EU RoHS Compliant.
Example Compatible Phones:
This list is not all inclusive. Please look up the specifications on your specific phone to see if it has a 2.5mm headset jack. Most older mobile phones (not smartphones) and home phones have a 2.5mm jack.
Blackberry Bold 9650, Style 9670, 58XX, 62XX, 6510, 7510, 67XX, 71XX, 7130e, 7130c, 7130g, 72XX, 7520, 77XX, Pearl 8100, 8120, 8700c/f/g/r/v, 8703e, 8705g, 8830
General Electric (GE) home phone
Nortel WLAN 2210, WLAN 2211
NEC home phone
Northwestern Bell home phone
Philips home phone
RCA Executive Series, Visys
Sony home phone
Thomson home phone
Uniden home phone
V-Tech home phone
Top Customer Reviews
Why do I want to adapt a PC headset? I believe that high-end computer headsets are better than the phone headsets available. I've been using Sennheiser PC-350s, and I get an excellent noise cancelling microphone and an ear cup on each ear, allowing me to focus on my call even in a noisy environment. Hands-free bliss.
Update 03.31.2014: They are hard to find so I worked on my older one. I used a fine nail file and polished the male connector on my adapter from 2013, then rubbed with a clean cloth. It has worked perfectly since doing this polishing/cleaning job. Maybe they should add a note to the instructions.
Overall, it works fine for me, but I had to tape the plugs to get them to fit. So go in expecting about 5 minutes of work to get it to work right if you buy it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I went to use it to connect my Beats headphones to my xbox360 controller, everything fit perfectly, but the quality of sound and the constant static was just too much.Published 21 days ago by Christine
Perfect adapter to connect my panasonic cordless handset to a computer style headset, or headphones w/ a clip on mic. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Chad
bought this for my xbox 360 controller to work with my PC headset and it works perfect. so happy I bought this.Published 1 month ago by Marissa
Three months of use and now it has stopped working. It is used with a headset on our phones so we can walk around and talk. Another headset buddy still works for now.Published 2 months ago by Kirk Sticken
Product works perfect. I use gaming headsets on my Cisco and mobile phone in our call centre. Works awesome. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I bought this for my husband, so he can use his computer headset while talking on his mobile phone. He loves it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by greentara77
I've only had this for a few months and it started to drop the connection and pop so I have to order a new one. It seems the wires at the bend have gone bad. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Richard Duncan