Considering it’s aimed at high-level professionals, the Savi W430 is actually quite reasonably priced. Its commercial-grade DECT technology minimizes wireless interference and lets you roam up to 300 feet away from the base without sacrificing sound quality.
- Stylish silver-and-black design
- Remote answer and end call functions
- Poor passive noise reduction
The Voyager 8200 combines the company’s professional expertise with the classic, over-ear headphones design, resulting in a productive and great-sounding pair. In fact, they are every bit as good for listening to music as fielding calls in a busy office.
- Comfortable plush earcups
- Reliable bluetooth connection
- Not very well ventilated
A remarkably low price makes the Explorer 50 accessible to anyone looking for a comfortable hands-free experience. It is equipped with a single button that allows you to turn it on, redial the last number, and issue voice commands.
- 11 hours of talk time
- Recharges quickly
- Doesn't get very loud
Blackwire 5200 Series
Without using the active cancellation common to many headphones, the Blackwire 5200 Series still physically blocks a lot of outside noise, allowing conversations even in loud environments. It can connect via either a standard 4-pole plug or the included USB control unit.
- Available with one or two earcups
- Suspension-style headband
- No wireless connectivity
A great choice for making calls outside the office, the M180 Universal conforms to the shape of either ear and pairs to phones and computers via Bluetooth. In case you lose it, you can use a convenient Android or iOS app to locate it via GPS.
- One-button voice assistant access
- Power-saving standby mode
- One of the most affordable options
Blackwire 3200 Series
Available in several configurations, the Blackwire 3200 Series offers you a choice of USB Type-A or C connectors, foam or leatherette earpads, and a mono or stereo design. In addition to its light weight, even the most expensive versions don’t cost a fortune.
- Advanced digital signal processing
- Detachable inline controller
- Compatible with most softphones
There are very few like the Blackwire C435 , which is actually a set of two earpieces in a stereo configuration that use a single USB connector. It automatically equalizes the audio on the fly, so you can hear and be heard with clarity at all times.
- Comfortable rubber ear clips
- Durable travel case
- Can be used on one or both ears
Adhering to the popular DECT standard, the Savi 740 can streamline office communications while simultaneously connected to your landline, smartphone, and PC. Its convertible design lets you wear it on your head, behind your neck, or on your ear as a traditional earpiece.
- 64-bit encryption
- Audio response up to 6800 hertz
- 350-foot wireless range
Voyager Focus B825
With a two-piece suspension headband, the Voyager Focus B825 is quite comfortable even when worn for an entire workday. It provides high-fidelity stereo sound with a range of up to 100 feet, thanks to a powerful Bluetooth radio.
- Noise-canceling mic array
- Dedicated mute button
- Can be charged while in use
Their best-selling model for quite a while now, the Voyager Legend uses three microphones to separate your voice from background noise. It automatically turns on when you place it on your ear and redirects calls to your phone when you put it down.
- All-day battery life
- 11 days of standby time
- Water-resistant nano coating