USB Mono Headset
Slick, comfortable, and awesome quality, the AC-840 USB mono headset is a great choice for anyone doing VOiP. Bring your ears to attention with the AC-840’s 30mm dynamic driver. The adjustable, over the head design fits comfortably on any head size, and the flexible, noise-canceling boom mic’s 180-degree rotation gets the job done, no matter your preference. The in-line volume control and mute switch are conveniently located within reach, and comfort is no issue with the AC-840’s soft, leatherette ear pads. Chat in style.
- In-line volume and mute control
- DNCT4: Direct Noise Cancelling Microphone Technology
- 180 degree microphone
- Leatherette ear pad
- Adjustable boom arm
- Ambidextrous design (wear on right or left side)
- PC and Mac compatible
I am the first to say I made a mistake-disregard my previous review, the work great
is my 3rd one in 3yrs and its a no brainer plug it init works and far as noise i haven't heard any but with some usb connections there are driver issues im running win7 no problems here
I have one of these and it works great! The only problem is some times you here a buzz in the background when using the mic. Besides that this product is comfortable and has great drivers.
This headset has excellent sound quality and is very comfortable. Just plug it in and it works great!
Nothing fancy and gets the job done. Have had worse and have had better. For the price $30.00 at Officemax not too bad. I have had an issue with the microphone and the volume control. Will see how the warranty claim is handled. (just over 1 month old) Not complaining about the quality as things happen, that is why they have warranties for issues like this if and when they do arise. Will post on update to how the warranty claim goes! But all in all would give product 4 stars so far.
the headset itself is wonderful, i just have an issue with the drivers......it seems that when they update the driver becomes corrupted and/or lost somehow and the headset becomes unrecognizable to the system. It's fixable by removing the headset from within the system, but it is really annoying :)