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Plantronics M214C Headset with Adjustable Volume

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  • Headset easily plugs into cordless handsets and cell phones (requires 2.5 mm jack)
  • Boom-style microphone with noise-canceling technology for enhanced sound clarity
  • Lightweight, over-the-head design with adjustable headband for comfortable, secure fit
  • Single-ear design lets you keep one ear on your household
  • One-touch in-line volume and mute controls puts sound management within easy reach
  • 3.5mm adapter required to use with iPhone (sold separately)
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Technical Details

  • Size (LWH): 9.95 inches, 8.15 inches, 2.15 inches
  • Weight: 7.68 ounces
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Product Description

Multi-task at home while enjoying clear, noise-free conversations with your hands-free Plantronics M214C headset for cordless phones. This comfortable, affordable headset includes an inline microphone adjust switch that optimizes your voice volume, and convenient volume and mute controls to minimize annoying background noise. The M214C simply plugs into your existing cordless home phones and mobile phones that have 2.5 mm ports.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 8.2 x 2.2 inches ; 7.7 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B000ANOY7M
  • Item model number: M214C
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (826 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

The headset is very comfortable and the sound quality is great.
Ertha Thompson
Well, I HIGHLY suggest NO ONE buy things from Plantronics, the customer service sucks and obviously, their products are not made the way they once were.
Diane M. Moffett
The only way to solve it is to turn the volume down so low that I can barely hear the call if there is any background noise on my end.
Meg

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

245 of 253 people found the following review helpful By Mike in Ohio on September 17, 2006
I bought this locally from an office supply. I paid considerably more for mine, because I needed it in a hurry. It comes with a one year manufacturer's warranty. It has two sliding switches and a wheel type volume control on the cord. One switch is a two position sensitivity/volume control for the microphone (high and low), and the other is a sliding microphone mute switch. The microphone is fairly long and wraps around just to the corner of your mouth.

I sent myself a voice mail using the headset to check for voice and sound quality. The microphone records well and is fairly directional, so normal side room noises are not picked up. The sound quality is satisfactory, but certainly not high fidelity. The headband would become annoying if it was worn for long periods. For a very inexpensive headset used occasionally, this one works reasonably well. If you spend long hours on the phone, invest the money to buy professional quality office headset.
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303 of 323 people found the following review helpful By backwoodsman on January 18, 2008
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My original review 1/18/2008: The best headset we've had yet. Works perfectly with 2 different phones, one old and one newer. Very comfortable, and has a quality feel to it. The inline volume & mute are very handy. Ordered a couple more because it's hard to find a good headset at such a low price.

UPDATE 3/1/2009: Over a year later, we're still using the original headset, it's been used several times a day every day, it still works great and looks new, and we still like it just as well.

UPDATE 8/3/2012: We liked the first one so well, I got 3 or 4 more as spares. I just opened the last one, and every one of them had the cable bent very sharply in the package at the inline volume control. The cable eventually breaks internally at that point, then the headset is useless. They're now outside the warranty period, so Plantronics offered to replace them at the "discounted price" of $15 each (list price is $15.99, and as I write this Amazon sells them for $13.86). They'd have replaced the last one free before I opened it, but it would've cost half the headset's value to send it back -- not such a good deal after all.

I see that this headset has lots of great reviews from past years, but starting this year (2012) there are now lots of bad reviews. So clearly they've changed it for the worse.

So I can no longer recommend it.

UPDATE 8/13/2013: We've switched to standard computer headsets with Headset Buddy adapters to plug them into the cordless phones. It's easy to find inexpensive, good quality computer headsets with noise cancelling mic, and a 2-ear headset is a lot easier to hear in a noisy environment, like when someone else is watching TV.
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72 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Y. Ho on December 11, 2007
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After I did the research and studied many review, I decided to purchase this headset from Amazon. The sound quality is excellent in comparison to several other brand/model that I own. Seriously, this product has exceeded my expactation for a $18 piece. You can control the volume and the mute right from the headset wire. I also like the microphone stick which is not the flexible type that is easily out of shape. The weight of the headset is pretty light and it fits quite well. I used it to talk on the phone and walked around, then I totally forgot that I was wearing a headset. The headset also works on my Motorola cell phone. The padding on the ear feels very confortable. I am happy with the product.
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71 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Barry R. Spotts on October 12, 2008
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We purchased two of these plantronics headsets for use of our cordless phones. We have a Motorola, Sony, and Panosonic cordless phones around the house and the M214C Plantronics headsets works relatively well. Since the headsets are not battery operated volume you hear is never real high, but Plantronics headset seem to have the best volume and a voice clarity in the market.

The drawbacks to this model is the over-the-head band is not ajustable and loose for kids. The boom clarity is a little bit tinny, but all words are I speak are understandable.

This is the best value headset I have had.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 4, 2009
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With multiple house phones and multiple cell phones I needed some new headsets. Before ordering I was able to do side-by-side comparisons of the Plantronics M214C and the M175C. Tried 4 phones. A Uniden 5.8, Uniden 2.4, Vtech 5.8, and LX9360 cell. Tests were done in a home-office setting.

The older Uniden 2.4 phone sounded rather "mushy" with both headsets.

On all other phones the 214C sounded much better and was the clear winner. More crisp and better fidelity. (it also costs less)

I suspect, but could not test the theory, the M175C has a better noise canceling design and would be a better choice in a noisy environment (e.g., your car). My experience with other microphones leads me to the opinion that "noise canceling" designs typically result in less fidelity.

In any event... my tests also bear out that your overall sound quality for home-wireless or cell phones is a function of the combination of the phone and the headset. The same headset on different phones can sound very different.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Doc Horsley on July 5, 2009
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My work involves many hours on the phone every day. I have a drawer full of headsets, wired and wireless, ranging from less than $10 to close to $100. The Plantronics M214C is the one I use every day. Sound quality is loud and clear, both incoming and outbound. I love the mute switch on the cord -- invaluable on lenthy conference calls. I use the M214C plugged in to the wireless handset of my (DECT) land-line phone. It's an inexpensive and highly functional set up -- and the total cost for phone + the headset was less than $40! Highly recommended.
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