In today’s wireless world, we sometimes take for granted the amount of non-dangerous emissions that are always around us. Wouldn’t it be just common sense to be able to lower these emissions without sacrificing any voice quality in your wireless headset if you could? Well, Spracht® has a very comfortable, sleek Zum eco-DECT Pro™ wireless headset that does just that.
The eco-DECT feature means reduced power output and radio frequency of the headsets, while still retaining the quality of the audio. Unlike most other DECT headsets, when the headset is docked in the base station in standby mode, the headset practically stops emitting radio frequency. This reduces the RF emissions to almost zero.
When the headset is in use, the eco-DECT technology ensures a safe power output, with minimal emissions. The headset adjusts the radio frequency power output in four steps depending on the distance between the headset and the base. The closer to the base, the lower its power output.
If you spend a lot of time on the phone, this headset will give you flexibility and freedom you never had before.
Posted by charles on 2nd Mar 2015
This headset isn't bad it is a little pricey but compared to the plantronics savi it's not that bad I use svi at home this one for work. I have walked have the building on this head set in a open cubical setting. It's louder then the savi on of things about this headset it is always on if you new type of phone with the headset function you have headset button if you don't have the adapter to raise the phone but if you have one newer model phone where headset button you have push the button to answer the call. The drivers for headset work prefect for me it was plug play they most have Windows digital signature. Look like and at my office where it's lock down and cant in stall third party drivers. This one worked fine no admin rights need for me. switching between phone and pc is just a push of a button. I gave it Four out five just because of the build quality the savi built a little better but the savi also cost more. My only real gripe was that you cant really buy the extra battery tried calling the company never heard any thing cross reference the model number, couldn't find any where in US only found it China, and Canada took three weeks to arrive.