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Audio 655 DSP

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  • Item # 10K402
  • Mfr. Model # 8093511
  • UNSPSC # 43191510
  • Catalog Page # 2757
  • Shipping Weight 0.9 lbs.
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  • ItemPC/Computer Headsets
  • TypeAudio Pillow-soft Ear Cushions
  • IncludesHeadset, Ear Cushions
  • Package Quantity1
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Rated 2.9 out of 5 by 40reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 Great for Music Lab But..... I teach in a state-of-the-art music lab at a private New York school. We have 14 music stations. This is the best headphone to date. Unfortunately, two issues need to be addressed. 1) The headbands fatigue easily and snap in two when you remove them. I've watched students remove them and they snap and I've had it happen to me. 2) I plug the USB into the side of the Mac keyboard. After a period of time, the sound gets fuzzy. The solution is to pull the USB out, count to 10, and plug them back in.Otherwise, the sound is acceptable to the students. The microphone is ok for GarageBand assignments.My dream: to buy 13 headphones that will last 3 years. I'm ok with replacing 1-3 a year, but this year I had 10 fail. Not acceptable. June 19, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Solid Product We have bought several of these headsets over the past year for our business and they do their job very well.The ones that have had any sort of issue have been promptly replaced by Plantronics warranty guarantee replacement program with great service.We will continue to buy these! June 17, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 Worst built quality but awesome sound quality I'm a fan of plantronics sound quality but I'm really disappointed by the built quality of the Plantronics 655 DSP. I had to bandage the headphone multiple times using electrical tape so as to hold it together. Please note: The wear and tear is not because of heavy usage. I noticed white marks soon after a week of my purchase. I contacted Plantronics and were not ready to listen to what I was saying. I'm really disappointed and I will post a review with pictures on my blog bleepingtech. I will never purchase your products unless someone assures me of the built quality. May 30, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Comfortable but not durable I have bought several of these headsets, same model, to use with my computer for work. While they are comfortable on the head and ears, every headset has broken in the same place, at the joint where the headband can be adjusted. It is just a weak spot, regardless of how carefully you handle them. I would suggest always buying a protection policy of some sort. May 28, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good product! Got about 8 pairs for skype calls in the office, fully met expectations and are just satisfying. April 29, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Works Great!!! This works very well for my job. The sound quality is excellent. No issues what so ever. March 18, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by plastic headband breaks easily The Plantronics 655 DSP has good quality audio and a microphone sensitive enough for most applications, but the headband itself breaks easily! The weakest part of the headband is on the side where the extensions fit into the top band--exactly the location of the most stress and flex! I have watched these being used by many different groups in the same computer lab for 18 months, and many headsets broke during the normal use of putting them on and taking them off. February 17, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by Windows ok... Mac...not so much I had a set on my Windows computer at work and bought a set for home use, because they are pretty comfortable and sound pretty good. I also have a Mac Mini at work and the head set was always getting a a lot of static on it on the Mac, so I did all of my Lync calls on my Windows box while most of my development work was done on the Mac. After while my set at work broke, and I mean it broke in half. The plastic head band weakened from repeated use and one day it snapped it to two pieces at the weakened spot right were the thinner inner adjustment band is attached to the right ear piece. This was after about 4 months of use. I got a Jabra head set at work now. It works fine on the Mac, which is where I spend most of my time anyway now. It seems to not have the same potential weak spot, but I have not had it long enough to really compare the durability.I just recently got a Mac Mini at home now and I keep getting static after using them for a while as well, just like I did at work. This is a new 2014 Mac mini and the one at work was a 2012 model. The OS versions are Mavericks and Yosemite respectively. I am able to get to get them to sound clear again after toggling the sound output back and forth between the onboard speakers and back to the headphones. I would encounter this issue usually after returning to playing music or video after a pause. I must say it really sucks when getting on a conference call on Lync and have to ask every one to hold on while I open System Preferences to fix my audio so I can hear them when I fist join a call. A google search revealed that I am not the only one encountering this problem,Due to the cheap plastic construction and the odd fact that the headset is not cross platform, I'll have to give it 2 stars. Its only saving grace is that audio does sound reasonably good (on Windows at least) for the price, and it does sound better than the Jabra I have. I wanted to keep the the set I have at home (maybe it will last longer than the one I had at work). They are comfortable and I like having the volume on the ear piece and not somewhere on the wire like the Jabra. But since there does not appear to be a way around the static on Mac issue, that makes it a deal breaker. January 31, 2015
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