Jabra Link 850 Amplifier For Quick Disconnect Wired Headsets
- Amplifier, Adapter base for use with GN Netcom/Jabra branded headsets
- Connects to desk phone and PC
- Hearing volume control
- Speaking volume control
- Supervisor port
- Built in sound enhancements and hearing protection
- 2 year warranty
Sound enhancements. The Jabra Link 850 has a number of meaningful sound enhancing features to take note of. Noise cancelation which helps to keep calls clear. Line quieting which removes line hisisng and unwanted line noises. Soft Squelch by removing background noise up to specifc levels. Digital Signal Processing cuts echo so you stay focused on the conversation and not on the sound you don't want. Peak Stop keeps sound spikes from ever reaching the headset which is a great protection for those wearing a headset and spending a lot of time on the phone. Dynamic volume control keeps your conversation moving along at a comfortable level wihtout distortion. Tone control equalizer allows the Agent or Knowledge Worker to adjust their headset so it sounds crisp and clear. No other amplifier provides so much attention to the detail of sound and sound enhancements. The Jabra Link 850 truly helps to make your calls clear.
Supervisor port. The Jabra Link 850 features a port so Supervisors can plug in and monitor the conversations. This is great for training and coaching.
Busy Light. The Jabra Link 850 has a jack that allows you to plug in a busy light (optional) which helps to alert those around you that you're on a call. This keeps interruptions to a minimum and helps to enhance productivity.
Desk Phone & PC Connections. The Jabra Link 850 allows you to connect your amplifier to a desk phone or to your PC or both. This is a great feature when considering how business is migrating to a more PC based manner of operating with web based training, video conferencing being pushed to the desktop and more. So having a device like the Jabra Link 850 that can connect to both is a real plus and helps to minimize the chance of your equipment becoming obsolete.