An Introduction to Headsets

eiodotcom —  September 14, 2012 — Leave a comment

Today’s EIO post is on Speakers and Headsets.


Health Benefits of Headsets says:

What will a headset do for you? Did you know that using a headset on a daily basis will reduce unnecessary back pain and fatigue caused by cradling the phone on your shoulder? Using a headset as part of your daily work routine will help improve your posture, and make you feel more active and refreshed at the end of the work day.

Not only does a headset help you physically, it also increases your work productivity. Studies have shown that using a headset instead of holding the phone frees up a hand and can improve productivity by up to 43%.


Other Benefits From Using a Headset:


Enjoy the luxury of not having to juggle with a telephone handset, and enjoy new levels of productivity with both hands now free.

Productivity Benefit:

Increased speed! Enjoy the ability to perform multiple tasks quickly and easily, allowing you to improve the speed of your daily tasks.

Mobility Benefit:

You no longer have to be stuck to your desk or have a limited radius to move around the office! With a headset, you can move around as much as you want and multitask.


Products available through EIO




The Velleman HSMT1 is your basic headset (compatible with both your laptops/computers or telephone system).


Suppliers: VELLEMAN
Mono headphone with Ø.11″ drive unit
With microphone
RJ-type connection adapter provided for telephone connection (TCU18C)
Model PSUC100
  • headphones:
    • drive unit: 1.1″ Ø
    • cable length: 5.6ft
    • max. input power: 30mW
    • impedance: 150ohm
    • 1/8″ plug
  • microphone:
    • type: electret condenser
    • directivity: omnidirectional
    • 1/8″ plug
  • mono headphone with Ø.11″ drive unit
  • with microphone
  • RJ-type connection adapter provided for telephone connection (TCU18C)




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