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Product Review: Polaris Soundshield wireless headset

Product Review: Polaris Soundshield Wireless Headset

Are you looking for a vast improvement in your wireless headset experience, for either yourself or your call center employees? The Polaris Soundshield Wireless headset is sure to deliver what you’re looking for. It is specially designed to give you both control and comfort, along with unparalleled acoustic protection and HD wideband sound quality. It truly is one of the best headsets in its class.

An incredibly intuitive and easy-to-use device, it is the only wireless headset to employ modern touch screen technology, making calls run much more efficiently and smoothly. Polaris put a lot of research behind these devices, studying the habits of users in order to create the best experience possible, and it really shows.

Sound quality was also a major goal in the design of this model. It comes with top-notch acoustic protection, so you won’t have to live in fear of getting your ear blown off the next time someone gets a little excited on the other end of the line. This headset automatically filters such spikes in volume and employs patented shriek-rejection software that will keep your eardrums pristine. It also offers superior protection against static and other acoustic problems. Along with this, the HD wideband technology allows for crystal clear sound and natural-feeling conversations. If you need to keep on top of noise control and want some stats on how loud things are getting for your employees, these headsets can keep sound data for you that can be easily exported as graphs and analyzed by managers.

Sick of that annoying tell-tale beep that will cut your conversations short? Don’t let your important business dealings get interrupted again by a dying battery when you can use a headset with the longest-running battery of all wireless headsets. Not only does the Polaris Soundshield headset feature a battery that can last over 13 hours (or 9 hours in wideband mode), but it has a talk and charge feature that allows you to charge one headset while using another. Unless you’re performing a filibuster over the phone, you’re likely to never find yourself running out of talk time with these headsets.

Best of all, this headset comes with a 3-year warranty, so you can rest assured that if anything goes wrong, Polaris will fix it up for you. This is the longest warranty available for any wireless headset on the market.

The Polaris Soundshield headset represents a natural evolution in technology from just the simple headphone and mic combinations of the past. If you’re dealing with having to make business calls or running a call center, you need something that can provide business-level performance. Let the advanced acoustics technology and the easy touch screen interface help your business to run more efficiently, and keep the ears of your employees safe with some of the most effective sound protection technology.

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