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Working from home? Back in the office? Both? Get a headset that moves with you. Poly’s Voyager headsets are ultra-comfortable, durable, and offer pro-grade sound. And because it can get noisy wherever you work — kitchen appliances, kids, noisy co-workers, ringing phones — these noise-canceling Bluetooth headsets guarantee your calls are clear and undisturbed. 

Voyager Free 60 UC

True Wireless Earbuds for Work and Life

Voyager Free 60 UC is a hybrid work solution to meet every moment. With ANC and a three-mic array to isolate your voice, you’re confident both sides of the call are crystal clear.

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  • Voyager Surround 80 UC

    Voyager Surround 80 UC

    Stereo Bluetooth headset

    Work where you want and sound your best with the over-ear, boomless Bluetooth® headset. Immerse yourself in rich audio, stay in complete comfort with soft ear cushions and an adjustable headband, and keep focused with adaptive ANC.

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    Poly Voyager Free 60 Series

    $229.95

    Poly Voyager Free 60 Series

    $229.95

    True Wireless earbuds for work and life

    Meet the wireless earbuds designed for the everyday hybrid worker: the Voyager Free 60 Series. You’ll stay productive and entertained — anywhere with the ultimate portable audio device.

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    Voyager Focus 2

    $329. 95

    Voyager Focus 2

    $329.95

    Stereo Bluetooth headset

    We couldn’t build a wall around you to block out background noise, so we did the next best thing: created a “focus zone” with the new Voyager Focus 2 headset. All the Poly next-level engineering you expect with the wear-it-all-day comfort you need.

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  • 4 Reasons Professional Headsets are a Better Fit for Your Workers

    Why are professional headsets a better fit than consumer audio devices? Learn more about professional headsets and how they are built for business and can adapt to the changing needs of your workforce.

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    Voyager Focus UC

    $332. 95

    Voyager Focus UC

    $332.95

    Stereo Bluetooth Headset

    Keep the focus on your conversation, not background noise, with the sophisticated noise canceling and immersive stereo sound of the Plantronics Voyager Focus UC Stereo Bluetooth headset.

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  • Voyager 8200 UC

    $450.95

    Voyager 8200 UC

    $450.95

    Bluetooth Stereo Headset

    Whether you work in the office or at home, noisy or quiet, or anywhere in between, we can help make your calls go more smoothly. With a wide selection of award winning headsets, we’ve put crystal clear audio into incredibly comfortable designs so you can do what you do best.

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    Voyager 6200 UC

    $329. 95

    Voyager 6200 UC

    $329.95

    Bluetooth Neckband Headset

    Voyager 6200 UC is a Bluetooth® neckband headset with earbuds that has the versatility to go beyond the office. Transitioning to your next conversation is easy: Connect with colleagues working remotely, listen to music to focus distraction-free or drop an earbud to tune in to the conversation around you. You can count on Voyager 6200 UC for outstanding audio every time.

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    Voyager 5200 Office and UC Series

    $260.95

    Voyager 5200 Office and UC Series

    $260.95

    Mono Bluetooth® Headset System

    In and out of the office? We’ve got you covered. The Plantronics Voyager 5200 Office and UC headset moves with you. Count on professional-grade sound, no matter where you take the call. Now you can work in any environment on any of your devices, with versatile connectivity and Bluetooth technology. Go get ‘em.

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  • 5 things to consider when choosing headsets for your work-from-anywhere employees

    Choosing the right headsets that are designed for work is critical in helping employees get the most out of those meetings. Poly offers a range of professional headset solutions that promote connectivity with colleagues and customers, with multiple options.

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    Voyager 5200

    $119.95

    Voyager 5200

    $119.95

    Noise Cancelling Bluetooth Earpiece

    With cutting edge WindSmart technology, adaptive noise cancelling microphone and Bluetooth earpiece, you can use the Plantronics Voyager 5200 Series anywhere and still sound good.

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    Voyager 4300 UC Series

    $209.95

    Voyager 4300 UC Series

    $209.95

    Bluetooth Office headset

    Free your workers from their desks with the perfect entry-level Bluetooth® wireless headset. Meet the Voyager 4300 UC Series. It’s everything your teams need to stay productive and connect to all their devices whether at home or in the office. Engineered for Intel® Evo™.

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    Voyager 4200 Office and UC Series

    $199.95

    Voyager 4200 Office and UC Series

    $199. 95

    Bluetooth office headset

    Options? Oh, yeah. With multiple devices in an open office environment, you need freedom to roam and choose your own calling style. Whether you’re on a desk phone, smartphone or computer, Plantronics Voyager 4200 Office and UC Series Bluetooth® headsets make it easy to do more. You can even listen to music between calls. Power up productivity with outstanding audio, freedom and flexibility.

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The 6 Best Earbuds & Bluetooth Headsets For Phone Calls – Summer 2023: Reviews

  1. Table of Contents
  2. Intro
  3. Best Headset

    1. Best Upper Mid-Range

      1. Best Mid-Range

        1. Best Budget

          1. Best For Driving

            1. Best Earbuds

              1. Notable Mentions
              2. Recent Updates
              3. All Reviews
              4. Discussions

              Updated May 19, 2023 at 01:27 pm

              By Kieran Dunn

              If you’re out and about listening to headphones and someone calls, it’s much more convenient to speak into your headphones than to take them off and use your phone. Since almost every pair of headphones now have a built-in microphone and call controls, it’s easier than ever to take a phone call wherever you are. While earpiece-style Bluetooth headsets are still quite standard with people who use the phone a lot, we haven’t tested many, so in this article, we’ll look at regular Bluetooth headphones with good microphones as well.

              Keep in mind that there are some limitations to Bluetooth. This technology uses Bluetooth profiles: specifications for how data communicates between devices. To use your wireless headphones with full audio and mic compatibility, the headphones switch from Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP), which is a basic one-way profile, to Headset Profile (HSP) or Hands-Free Profile (HFP). However, HSP and HFP have lower sound and mic quality when compared to A2DP. Unfortunately, there’s no real way around this if you want to use Bluetooth headphones.

              We’ve tested over 420 Bluetooth headsets; below, you’ll find our top picks for the best Bluetooth headsets for phone calls. Also, check our recommendations for the best earbuds with a mic and the best wireless gaming headsets we’ve tested.

              1. Best Bluetooth Headset For Phone Calls

                Bose 700 Headphones Wireless

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                Phone Calls

                7.9

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                Over-ear

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                Wireless

                Yes

                Transducer

                Dynamic

                Noise Cancelling

                Yes

                Mic

                Yes

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                The best Bluetooth headset for phone calls we’ve tested is the Bose 700 Headphones Wireless. These over-ears have an integrated mic on their ear cup, ensuring your voice sounds clear and natural. The mic can separate your voice from moderate background sounds if you’re talking in a noisy environment. Thanks to their ANC system, they do an exceptional job blocking sound like ambient chatter, which is handy if you work in a noisy office. If you need to take calls throughout the day, their battery lasts over 20 hours continuously, and their auto-off timer can help conserve battery life if you forget to turn them off.

                You can pair them with your PC and smartphone simultaneously, and their companion app offers a graphic EQ if you want to adjust their slightly warm sound profile to suit your tastes. That said, if you’re looking for headphones optimized for Microsoft Teams or Unified Communication (UC) software, it’s worth checking out the Jabra Evolve2 85 Wireless. Thanks to their dedicated controls for each software, they’re well-suited for call centers and remote work. However, they’re expensive, and they’ve been back-ordered from the manufacturer for quite a while now. However, you can still find them from smaller retailers in either variant.

                You can check out our recording to hear what speech sounds like through the Bose 700. Or, if you want to hear how it handles background noise, you can listen to our recordings taken in quiet and loud environments.

                See our review

              2. Best Upper Mid-Range Bluetooth Headset For Phone Calls

                Razer Barracuda Pro Wireless

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                7.5

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                Over-ear

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                Wireless

                Yes

                Transducer

                Dynamic

                Noise Cancelling

                Yes

                Mic

                Yes

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                The best upper mid-range Bluetooth headphones for phone calls are the Razer Barracuda Pro Wireless. They’re hybrid headphones designed for casual and gaming use, which sets them apart from other headphones on this list. However, don’t let their gamer-centric features deter you: their integrated mic offers decent overall performance, so people hear you clearly. They also have an ANC system. While they don’t block out as much overall sound as the Bose 700 Headphones Wireless and feel a little less premium, they can still reduce a great amount of background noise. They also last longer than the Bose and have over 34 hours of continuous playback time to last through long days at the office.

                These over-ears have a fairly versatile sound profile. Although voices can sound a bit harsh, you can fine-tune their sound using their companion software to finetune their sound to your liking. They come with a wireless USB dongle to stay connected to your PC and smartphone simultaneously. While they have a comfortable fit, you can still get more comfortable. Consider the Jabra Elite 85h Wireless if you care about comfort. The Jabra headphones have a lighter, more comfortable fit and are well-padded, which helps reduce fatigue over time. They also have a similar overall mic performance to the Razer, but their ANC system doesn’t block out as much sound.

                You can check out our recording to hear what speech sounds like through the Razer Barracuda Pro Wireless. Or, if you want to hear how it handles background noise, you can listen to our recordings taken in quiet and loud environments.

                See our review

              3. Best Mid-Range Bluetooth Headset For Phone Calls

                Anker Soundcore Space Q45 Wireless

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                7.4

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                Over-ear

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                Wireless

                Yes

                Transducer

                Dynamic

                Noise Cancelling

                Yes

                Mic

                Yes

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                If you’re looking for a less expensive option, the Anker Soundcore Space Q45 Wireless are the best wireless headphones for making calls that we’ve tested. Their integrated mic doesn’t perform as well as the Razer Barracuda Pro, so recorded speech sounds thinner and less natural. However, it does a better job of separating your voice from ambient sound, making you less likely to be drowned out by loud noise like traffic on a busy street. Their ANC feature also blocks out more noise, particularly bass-range noise like rumbling engines, so you can hear calls even in loud environments.

                They have a V-shaped sound profile that isn’t ideal for vocal-centric audio since elements like voices can sound harsh and lacking in detail. You can customize it with a graphic EQ and presets in the companion app. The headphones are comfortable for most people and have onboard controls for answering calls and muting or unmuting the mic. While they don’t support USB audio like the Razer, they support multi-device pairing, so you can answer your phone and attend an online meeting on your computer without re-pairing.

                You can check out our recording to hear what speech sounds like through the Anker Soundcore Space Q45. Or, if you want to hear how it handles background noise, you can listen to our recordings taken in quiet and loud environments.

                See our review

              4. Best Budget Bluetooth Headset For Phone Calls

                Anker Soundcore Life Q20 Wireless

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                6.9

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                Over-ear

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                Wireless

                Yes

                Transducer

                Dynamic

                Noise Cancelling

                Yes

                Mic

                Yes

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                The Anker Soundcore Life Q20 Wireless are the best headphones for calls in the budget range we’ve tested. These headphones are a good alternative to the Anker Soundcore Space Q45 Wireless if you want to save money since they have a similarly comfortable fit and a good overall mic performance. Their mic makes your voice sound brighter than the Q45, which can help make you easier to understand. It doesn’t separate your voice from ambient sound as effectively, so these headphones aren’t as well-suited for making calls from loud places, but moderate background noise at the office isn’t an issue.

                Their ANC feature isn’t the best at reducing bass-range noise like rumbling engines but does a good job blocking out higher-pitched sounds like background conversations. Like the Q45, they have a bass-heavy sound profile that delivers intense thump and rumble. Still, their very well-balanced mid-range ensures that voices are clear and present. They have a long continuous battery life of around 32 hours, so you don’t need to recharge them daily. Unfortunately, they don’t have an auto-off timer to save power when not in use and don’t support multi-device pairing.

                You can check out our recording to hear what speech sounds like through the Anker Soundcore Life Q20. Or, if you want to hear how it handles background noise, you can listen to our recordings taken in quiet and loud environments.

                See our review

              5. Best Bluetooth Headset For Driving

                BlueParrott B450-XT Bluetooth Headset

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                6.7

                Type

                Mono On-ear

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                Wireless

                Yes

                Transducer

                Dynamic

                Noise Cancelling

                No

                Mic

                Yes

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                Using stereo headphones while driving can be dangerous. If you need to take calls while on the road, you may want to consider a mono headset as it only covers one ear, so you hear what’s happening around you. Enter the BlueParrott B450-XT Bluetooth Headset. Its boom mic sits close to your mouth, ensuring your voice sounds clear and natural. It also supports multi-device pairing, meaning you can simultaneously connect to your personal and work phones. It also lasts over 24 hours continuously, but if you aren’t on a call, it goes into standby mode to conserve battery life. Its plasticky design can pressure the top of your ear, making it uncomfortable over time.

                If build quality is a priority or you prefer an in-ear fit, consider the Plantronics Voyager 5200 Bluetooth Headset instead. This headset has a sturdy plastic frame and three different tip sizes to help you get the best fit. It also has a flexible ear hook design that doesn’t put too much pressure on your ear. However, the BlueParrott headset’s mic offers a significantly better recording quality, and its continuous battery life is longer.

                You can check out our recording to hear what speech sounds like through the BlueParrott B450-XT. Or, if you want to hear how it handles background noise, you can listen to our recordings taken in quiet and loud environments.

                See our review

              6. Best Wireless Earbuds For Phone Calls

                Sony WI-1000XM2 Wireless

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                7.4

                Type

                In-ear

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                Closed-Back

                Wireless

                Yes

                Transducer

                Hybrid

                Noise Cancelling

                Yes

                Mic

                Yes

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                If you prefer an in-ear fit, the best earbuds for phone calls with a wireless design we’ve tested are the Sony WI-1000XM2 Wireless. Unlike truly wireless earbuds, these earbuds are connected with a neckband, which allows you to wear them around your neck when you aren’t using them. It makes them less compact and portable than most earbuds, but if you don’t mind that, it’s helpful for phone calls because it allows their in-line mic to sit closer to your mouth than integrated mics in the earbuds would. The mic makes your voice sound clear and bright and does a good job of separating it from moderate background noise. However, your voice can still be drowned out by loud noise like a train going by.

                The neckband is flexible and feels light. While the earbuds aren’t the most comfortable, there are several differently-sized ear tips, including some memory foam options. These earbuds also have an ANC feature that does a good job of blocking out a wide range of noise. Their well-balanced sound profile reproduces voices clearly and accurately, and you can customize it with a graphic EQ and presets in the companion app. Like most earbuds, they have a shorter continuous battery life than the over-ear options on this list but still provide almost nine hours of continuous use.

                You can check out our recording to hear what speech sounds like through the Sony WI-1000XM2. Or, if you want to hear how it handles background noise, you can listen to our recordings taken in quiet and loud environments. If you’d prefer truly wireless earbuds with no neckband, check out our best earbuds with a mic article for more recommendations!

                See our review

              Notable Mentions

              • Bose QuietComfort 45/QC45 Wireless:
                The Bose QuietComfort 45/QC45 Wireless are high-end headphones with a powerful noise isolation performance, which can make all the difference in a noisy office. Their overall performance is quite similar to that of the Bose 700 Headphones Wireless, but their mic doesn’t perform as well.
                See our review
              • Sony WH-1000XM5 Wireless:
                The Sony WH-1000XM5 Wireless are ANC headphones with 27 hours of continuous playback time and multi-device pairing. They aren’t as comfortable as the Bose 700 Headphones Wireless, and their mic’s recording quality is worse.
                See our review
              • Jabra Evolve2 65 Wireless:
                The Jabra Evolve2 65 Wireless are well-built on-ear headphones. While their mic performs better than the Razer Barracuda Pro Wireless, they lack ANC and aren’t as comfortable.
                See our review

              Recent Updates

              1. May 19, 2023:
                We validated the picks and made minor text changes to the article.

              2. Mar 13, 2023:
                Checked that picks represent the best recommendations and that the products are in stock.

              3. Jan 12, 2023:
                Replaced the Anker Soundcore Life Q35 Wireless with the Anker Soundcore Space QC45 Wireless.

              4. Oct 06, 2022:
                We’ve overhauled this article to better align it with user expectations. We’ve added the following: Razer Barracuda Pro Wireless, Anker Soundcore Life Q35 Wireless. We’ve also removed the TOZO T6 Truly Wireless and cleared the Notable Mentions of picks that are out of date.

              5. May 24, 2022:
                Article overhaul to better match picks with user expectations. Renamed BlueParrott B450-XT Bluetooth Headset pick to ‘Best Bluetooth Headset For Driving’. Removed the Bose QuietComfort 35 II/QC35 II Wireless 2018, Sony WH-1000XM4 Wireless, Sennheiser Momentum 3 Wireless, Hyper Cloud Mix Wireless, and Anker Soundcore Life Q20 Wireless from Notable Mentions. Added the Plantronics Voyager 5200 Bluetooth Headset and Jabra Evolve2 85 to Notable Mentions.

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              Our recommendations above are what we think are currently the best Bluetooth headphones for calls and the best Bluetooth earbuds for phone calls for most people. We factor in the price (a cheaper headset wins over a pricier one if the difference isn’t worth it), feedback from our visitors, and availability (nothing that’s too hard to find or out of stock everywhere).

              If you would like to choose for yourself, here is the list of all our Bluetooth headphones, ranked by how they perform for phone calls. Be careful not to get caught up in the details. There are no perfect headphones. Personal taste, preference, and listening habits will matter more in your selection.

              Yealink Desk Phone SIP-T54W, 16 Accounts, Bluetooth, WiFi, USB, GigE, Color Screen, No PSU

              Features

              900 07

              9001 2

              9000 7

              90 007

              9000 8 10 line buttons with indicators and programmable (up to 27 values ​​on three screen pages) 9 0008 Search in notebooks, import/export of local notebook

              9002 2

              90 012

              Manufacturer Yealink
              Manufacturer’s article SIP-T54W
              Phone features: 1
              Phone features:
              16 SIP accounts
              Hold, mute, DND (do not disturb)
              Speed ​​dial, hotline
              Divert, standby, transfer
              Group listening, SIP SMS, emergency calls
              3-way Conference (10-way is available in V85 and above)
              Repeated set, call back, Autotor
              Direct IP-Zizov without SIP-Proxy
              Melody selection/download/delete
              Time setting: automatic or manual
              Dialing Rules, XML Browser, Action URL/URI
              RTCP-XR, VQ-RTCPXR
              Integrated Wi-Fi (2. 4GHz / 5GHz, 802.11b/g/n/ac)
              Wired Wi-Fi function -Fi for a computer connected to the phone’s PC port (available in software version v85 and higher)
              Content transfer (through Yealink VCD)
              USB port for
            2. wire and wireless sets
            3. flash recordings
            4. connections for up to 3 expansion modules
            5. supports up to 4 Yealink W52H/W53H/W56H wireless handsets with DD10K adapter
            6. One touch transfer to cordless DECT handset connected via DD10K
            7. Connecting Yealink CP900/CP700 and Yealink Uh46 Wired Headset (Available in software version v85 and later)
            8. Getting an image from a URL contained in an INVITE message (Available in software version v85 and later)
              Integrated Bluetooth for
            9. Bluetooth headset connection
            10. contacts synchronization with mobile phone
            11. pairing and connecting two Bluetooth devices at the same time (available in software version v85 and higher)
            12. Network loss audible alarm (available in software version v85 and higher)
              Work as a base station via DECT USB Dongle DD10K with Yealink handsets W56H, W53H (also CP930W and W41P, available in software version v85 and higher)
              Screen and indicators:
              009
              Power LED and MWI
              Red/Green Line Status Indicators
              Desktop Wallpaper
              Multi-language support
              Caller ID with name and number
              Energy Saver
              Screensaver
              read voice messages, and their number on BLF keys (available in software version v85 and higher)
              Function buttons:
              English keypad
              6 navigation keys
              Volume keys
              7 function keys: headset, redial, speakerphone, voicemail, on/off microphone, transfer, hold
              Headset/hands-free key indication
              Codecs and voice settings:
              HD voice, HAC
              Acoustic Shield
              Wideband codecs: G. 722, Opus (16kHz)
              Codecs: G.711 (A/u), G.723, G.723.1, G.729AB, G .726, iLBC
              DTMF: In-band, Out-of-band (RFC2833), SIP INFO
              Full-duplex speakerphone with AEC (echo cancellation)
              VAD ( Voice Activity Detection), CNG (Comfort Noise Generator), AEC (Echo Cancellation), PLC (Media Packet Loss Marker), AJB (Adaptive Voice Buffer), AGC (Auto Microphone Gain Control)
              Smart Noise Filter (available in software version v85 and higher)
              Phonebooks:
              Local phonebook up to 1000 contacts 900 09

              Blacklist
              Remote Address Book XML, LDAP
              Smart Search
              Call history: dialed/received/missed/forwarded
              IP-PBX integration 900 12

              Anonymous call, anonymous call rejection
              BLF
              BLA
              Hot-desking
              , call pickup
              Centralized call recording
              Local call recording
              Management:
              Phone setup: web interface/phone screen/Autoprovision
              FTP/ TFTP/HTTP/HTTPS/PnP Autoprovision
              Zero-sp-touch, TR069
              Keyboard lock
              Reset to default settings, reboot
              Logs: PCAP Trace, system log PIN code (available in software version v85 and higher)
              Networking and Security:
              SIPv1 (RFC2543), SIPv2 (RFC3261)
              NAT, STUN 900 09

              SIP server redundancy support
              Call methods: Proxy and peer-to-peer (by IP address)
              IP acquisition: Static/DHCP
              HTTP/HTTPS Server
              Time and date synchronization via SNTP
              UDP/TCP/DNS-SRV (RFC3263)
              QoS: 802. 1p/Q tagging (VLAN), Layer 3 ToS DSCP
              TLS support
              HTTPS certificate management
              AES encryption of configuration files
              Support for encryption and authentication standards (MD5 and MD5-sess)
              SRTP (Attention! This functionality is not available in products intended for countries participating in the Customs Union)
              IEEE802.1X
              IPv6 support
              LLDP/CDP/DHCP VLAN, ICE
              Physical:
              Wall mount
              2 x RJ45 Ethernet ports 10/100/1000Mbps
              POE (IEEE 802.3af), class 3
              1x USB port 900 09

              1xRJ9 for tube connection
              1xRJ9 for headset connection
              Power supply 2A
              Power consumption 1. 7 – 4.3W
              Consumption via POE 2.2 – 5.5W
              8 Operating humidity 10~95%
              Operating temperature 0~40˚C
              Warranty 18 months

              Package contents

              Yealink SIP-T54W – 1 pc.
              Ethernet network cable – 1 pc.
              Handset – 1 pc.
              RJ9 handset cord- 1 PC.
              Stand – 1 pc.
              Quick start guide – 1 pc.
              Warranty card – 1 pc.

              Packaging

              Individual packaging dimensions, mm 246*223*120
              Individual package weight, kg 1.355
              Box dimensions, mm 627*256*235
              Pieces per box 5
              Box gross weight, kg 7. 14
              Box volume, cubic meters 0.04

              Bluetooth conference phones | Sip Store

              Yealink Conference Phones
              Snom conference phones
              Conference phones Grandstream
              Dect conference phones
              Wireless conference phone
              Wi Fi conference phones
              1 line
              Conference phones with POE
              Conference phone 1 SIP account
              Conference phone 3 SIP accounts
              Conference phone 6 SIP accounts
              Conference phone 12 SIP accounts

              Bluetooth conference phones

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              A profitable and convenient way to involve remote participants in the discussion is to use SIP-telephony. Bluetooth conference phones allow you to freely communicate without being tied to a handset (handsfree). At the same time, conference participants can move around the room without fear for the quality of voice transmission, or even be in another place.

              You can use your mobile device or laptop to connect wirelessly to the conference phone. If they are not available, the connection is made through the wired communication port integrated into the device. Depending on the model, the device supports a different number of SIP accounts without geographic restrictions.

              • Provides full-duplex hands-free communication without interference, background noise and echo, even when multiple people are talking at the same time.
              • Automatic adjustment of the microphone sensitivity for the highest quality communication.
              • High power loudspeaker and multiple built-in microphones work equally well up to 12 m.
              • Intuitive and easy to use keypad (touch screen) allows you to control your phone at the touch of a button.