Friday, 25 May 2012

So, How Exactly Does VOIP Work?


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These days, you have access to many different types of technology, and while some of it may be new, confusing, and exciting at first, you will find it eventually plays a big role in your daily life. Take VoIP for instance. Right now, you may not even realize what this acronym stands for, but there is a good chance you use it almost every day without even knowing it.

VoIP is an acronym that means Voice over Internet Protocol. At times, it is often called Internet Telephony or IP Telephony. Put simply, VoIP is a technology that allows you to make phone calls right over your computer with the use of a handsfree headset.


Friday, 18 May 2012

Why Do You Need a Voice Tube for Your Headset?


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A headset with a voice tube is much different than a noise-cancelling headset. The most significant difference, of course, is that a voice tube doesn’t cancel out any background noise. When used in a noisy environment, the caller on the other end of the line can hear everything in the background.

Still, even without noise-cancelling technology, there are many reasons these headset can become an important part of your office. Today we are going to discuss the many benefits and uses of these types of headphones so you can make an informed decision on whether voice tube headsets or noise-cancelling headsets are better for your work environment.


Friday, 11 May 2012

Safety and Headsets: Don’t Risk Hearing Loss


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What causes hearing loss? According to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, or ASHA, there are several different reasons adults can experience hearing loss if they did not inherit it. Some of the most common are illnesses, tumours, head injuries, ear-damaging drugs, aging, and loud noise.

Today we are going to discuss the most common type of hearing loss: excessive loud noise.

Hearing loss due to loud noise sometimes occurs when wearing headphones, and the worst part about it is, you may not even realize it is happening until it’s too late. This is because this type of hearing loss occurs gradually and is generally not painful.

Protecting yourself from hearing loss due to loud noises begins with choosing the right headsets and learning what you can do to prevent any damage from occurring to your ears while you are wearing them.

Friday, 4 May 2012

5 Reasons Headset Are Better For Cellphones While Driving Than Speakerphone


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You know talking on your cell phone while driving is dangerous. Reports have shown that using one in the car can lead to slower response times, because they cause such a big distraction. In many countries and states, the using a cell phone without a handsfree device has even been outlawed.

While safety should always be your number one priority, even switching to speakerphone can cause other complications you might not have considered previously. And although they aren’t as important as your overall safety, these issues can still wreak havoc on your conversations with friends, family, and co-workers while you are in the car.