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    Microsoft Modern Bluetooth Stereo Headset

    Manufacturer: Microsoft
    Microsoft Modern Bluetooth Stereo Headset - Microsoft Teams Certified - Frequency Response: Microphone; 100Hz~10kHz, Speaker: 100Hz~20kHz - Noise Cancellation - Speaker: 28 mm moving-coil speaker driver - Sound Pressure Level Output: Up to 91dB - Charging: Full Charge in 2.5 Hours - Battery Life: Up to 50 hours of music listening time or up to 30 hours of talk time on a Microsoft Teams call - Inputs: USB-A Dongle & Bluetooth - 8JR-00001 - 12 Months Limited Warranty
    Manufacturer part number: 8JR-00014
    Availability: In stock

    Connect fast and stay focused

    Featuring high-quality audio, noise-reducing microphone, wireless convenience and intuitive on-ear call controls for Microsoft Teams calls and more.

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    All-day comfort

    Comfortable on-ear design with lightweight, padded earcups for all-day wear.

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    Increase call clarity

    With a background noise-reducing microphone and high-quality stereo speakers optimised for voice.

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    Flip-to-mute microphone

    Featuring a status light that allows you to easily see whether you can be heard or not.

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    Convenient on-ear call controls

    Including mute, volume and the Microsoft Teams button.

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    Certified for Microsoft Teams

    Join meetings at a touch of a button and enjoy high-quality audio, plus easy setup and management. Teams Certification requires the included USB dongle to connect.

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    Long-lasting battery

    With up to 50 hours of music listening time1 or up to 30 hours of voice calling on Microsoft Teams.2 

    [1] Music: Testing conducted by Microsoft on March 2021 using Microsoft Modern Wireless Headset with firmware update 1.37.129 paired with Surface Pro 3. Playlist consisted of 44 songs transmitted using SBC encoding. Volume was set to 50%. Bluetooth A2DP profile was used. Testing consisted of full Microsoft Modern Wireless Headset battery discharge while playing audio until the Microsoft Modern Wireless Headset disconnected from the host device. Battery life depends on device settings, environment, usage and many other factors.
    [2] Voice: Testing conducted by Microsoft on March 2021 using Microsoft Modern Wireless Headset at peak power consumption (mA) conditions on a Microsoft Teams call. These conditions for Microsoft Modern Wireless Headset are when 100% of usage is muted, and both the red and white LEDs are lit at the same time.