EPOS I SENNHEISER ADAPT 260 - Headset - on-ear - Bluetooth - wireless - USB - black - Certified for Microsoft Teams, Optimised for UC - for ADAPT 230, 231, 261
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ADAPT 260 (Art. no.: 1000882) - EPOS Support for ADAPT 260 (Art. no.: 1000882) - EPOS
Specifically, the righthand side of the headset is dominants control, and to achieve this, it is physically larger. The difference is only about 3mm if measured from the outside of the band to the inside of the cushion. That’s enough to place the controls around the right earpiece and squeeze the microphone boom on the inside of the band. A. The difference is in the type of USB dongle that is supplied. The EPOS | SENNHEISER ADAPT 230 comes with a USB-A dongle. The EPOS | SENNHEISER ADAPT 231 comes with a USB-C dongle.The EPOS Adapt 260, is a very compact, lightweight device that features a minimal yet good looking design.
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The 260s great comfort, above-average audio quality, simple controls and noise isolating help this make headset the perfect companion that you’d have no reason not to carry with you everywhere. It's difficult to determine if the limited upper range is a bi-product of processing for voice clarity, but that looks like a likely scenario. These things said, listening to music on these isn’t a bad experience, but it isn’t one that audiophiles would run to embrace either.The EPOS Sennheiser Adapt 260 is a solid and dependable headset and much more than just a conferencing tool. The headset can save up to eight paired devices. If you pair the headset with a ninth device, the device with the oldest activity in the pairing list will be overwritten. If you want to re-establish a connection with this device, you have to pair it again.