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    Posted: 16/Jan/2014 at 4:32pm
Thanks a lot, Marty. I will go to the website and do as you suggest. :-)
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[/QUOTE]Thank you for the information, Marty. I don't know, I wear my current headset virtually all day long, excluding about 3 hours for recharging. I'm not certain that I could wear a full headset with two earpieces the same length of time. Wouldn't it also hinder my normal hearing? Does Andrea, by any chance, make a single earpiece version of this headset?[/QUOTE]
Might be a good idea to use the Contact Us for Speech Recognition Solutions as I've been out of the microphone business over a year. Address your message to Tony or Jon. They are highly professional and will help you best.
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When the WNC-1500 was released I found it highly comfortable even with the earpieces. I don't remember measuring how long it held the charge, but the WNC-1500 Spec Sheet claims 8 hours.

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Thank you for the information, Marty. I don't know, I wear my current headset virtually all day long, excluding about 3 hours for recharging. I'm not certain that I could wear a full headset with two earpieces the same length of time. Wouldn't it also hinder my normal hearing? Does Andrea, by any chance, make a single earpiece version of this headset?
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Originally posted by Sixwheels

I'm more interested in having just the microphone, not the speakers, within the headset that I purchase. Does anyone else besides Sampson make a headset microphone without audio?

When the WNC-1500 was released I found it highly comfortable even with the earpieces. I don't remember measuring how long it held the charge, but the WNC-1500 Spec Sheet claims 8 hours.

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The best value and performance in a Wireless Headset is the Andrea WNC-1500. It is comfortable, accurate and very good at background noise cancelling. We recommend you purchase this from Speech Recognition Solutions. CLICK HERE to go to the web page.


This looks like a pretty decent headset, Marty, but again, it doesn't say how long the batteries last per charge. That point is very important to me. Also, this time around I'm more interested in having just the microphone, not the speakers, within the headset that I purchase. Does anyone else besides Sampson make a headset microphone without audio?
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Originally posted by Sixwheels

I am back in the market again for a decent wireless headset. I have finally come to the conclusion that the Plantronics Headset I'm using now just isn't good enough.

I'm looking at possibly buying the Sampson Airline 77, but I was hoping that someone here could tell me what kind of battery life it has? It doesn't say on the web site.

The best value and performance in a Wireless Headset is the Andrea WNC-1500. It is comfortable, accurate and very good at background noise cancelling. We recommend you purchase this from Speech Recognition Solutions. CLICK HERE to go to the web page.
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I am back in the market again for a decent wireless headset. I have finally come to the conclusion that the Plantronics Headset I'm using now just isn't good enough.

I'm looking at possibly buying the Sampson Airline 77, but I was hoping that someone here could tell me what kind of battery life it has? It doesn't say on the web site.
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