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- Up to 300 ft. range
- Eight hour continuous talk time, then recharge 80% in 1.5 hours, fully in 3 hours
- Convertible headset can be worn on either ear and quickly converts between over-the-ear and over-the-head wearing. Behind-the-neck headband option available for extra stability during fast head movement.
- Noise-canceling microphone cuts 60-70% of background noise
- Privacy of calls ensured with digital encryption
- Answer and end calls when you're away from your desk (with optional handset lifter)
- 900MHz frequency for clear, static free calls
- Easy installation! Click here to view the easy setup guide for your Plantronics CS Series headset.
Completely wireless, the CS50 gives you up to eight hours talk time and the wireless convenience to roam up to 300 feet while having secure conversations.
Like Plantronics but don't want the CS50? Check out the Plantronics CS540 Wireless Headset.
|Max Range / Cord Length||300 ft./90m|
|Connector Type (view connectors)||
|Lines: (telephone products only)||Not Applicable|
|Compatibility||Works with your existing single- or multi-line corded phone|
|Color||Silver & Black|
|Special Technologies||900 MHz|
|Warranty||1 Year Replacement|
|Battery Life||8-hour talk time|
|Handset Lifter Compatible||Yes|
|DC Adapter Compatible||Yes|
|What's in the box?||Plantronics CS50 Wireless Headset, Plantronics Amplifier/Charger, Plantronics AC/DC Adapter, Plantronics Connector Cord, Plantronics Earloops, Plantronics Headband|
Average Customer rating for this item:(98 Reviews)
Commonwealth Oral and Facial Surgery
Richland County School District One
Napa Auto Parts
Portage la Prairie , MB
Liberty Insurance Agency
Pacolet Milliken Enterprises, Inc.
Hicks & Associates Insurance Services, Inc.
Glen Ellyn, IL
Baker City Herald
Baker City, OR
Innovative Real Estate Group LLC
Hercules Transport, Inc.
The product stand the test of time.
Hercules Transport, Inc.
City of Apple Valley
Apple Valley, MN
Perry Johnson Law Firm
438 First St. #400, CA
Howard County Public School System
Ellicott City, MD
Double Creek Capital, Ltd.
R. F. Carlson Co.
sanat clarita, CA
City of Wilsonville
San Diego, CA
I like behind the ear loop, but it doesnt have the soft round pad that the headset has.. So maybe that could be an attachment. So I will purchase this one
Adams Lincoln Woodward Travel
Park Aerospace Technologies Corp
Rising Sun Medical Center
Rising Sun, IN
Great Lakes Risk Management
The lifter works great.
Important tip: Make sure you adjust the lift height with the little dial. If you just leave it so it lifts to the max height, it tends not to hang the phone up reliably, since the greater travel distance means more room for error.
Set the lift height to just above the minimum where it will reliably pick the phone up.
Another tip: If you don't want the foam pads to leave a residue on your phone base, don't use the foam pads at all -- instead, leave the foam pad "wax paper" covers on and just use a few generous wads of "blue tack" (that sticky putty that you can use to stick posters to the wall without ruining the paint.) Then you can adjust and/or remove as needed.
First MAJOR area for improvement: The connection of the headset to the charger! There are two brass-colored connections on the base, and you have to make sure you wiggle the headset just right when replacing it and THEN make sure the charging light is on. And if someone unfamiliar with the system uses it, or if someone bumps it or shakes the desk the unit is sitting on...well, the charge might be broken, and then next time you pick up a dead headset.
Next issue: I'd really like to see a way to switch between lines (say line 1 and line 2) with this headset, i.e., FROM or WITH the headset. As it stands, we have to go grab a handset that came with our phone and do the dialing, then go to the base to manually select the line and/or dial the outgoing number -- kind of a pain that counters the convenience of why you buy a cordless headset in the first place.
As I said, ours is about 5 years old, so I suspect I'm due for a new battery, which is exacerbating the charging connection problem. Also, the foam ear pad cover is getting pretty worn out.
I'm anticipating great service from headsets.com on Monday when I call about my problems. Let's see how that turns out...
Maybe I can fill you in.
p.s. The range really is quite good, if I get it just right, I'd say I can go a full 300 to 350 feet away when I'm outdoors with few trees in the way and the unit is in the office behind a few walls and doors.
The included ear pieces ALL hurt - they all pinched my ear. The over the head headband is annoying. I just got the behind the head headband and it is HUGE. When I wear it it won't let the ear piece sit correctly in my ear.
Not to mention the behind the head headband doesn't have instructions so I'm not sure I'm wearing it correctly.
Work out the wearing it tweaks and this would be a great wireless headset.
My other complaint is there is sometimes a several second delay until the handset lifter responds. But overall it works fine.
Okeene , OK
Walnut Creek, CA
Detroit Lakes, MN
The Steel Yard, Inc.
WCM Investment Management
DFW Airport Interfaith Chaplaincy
DFW Airport, TX
Four Star Transportation
Adams Auto Parts
Richland Center, WI
San Antonio, TX
City of Wichita
The CS50 is like the best friend I never knew I needed or wanted, but once I had I couldn’t let go.
Before I had been introduced to the world of wireless headsets I had a misconception that they’d sound horrible, not be versatile, not get a lot of range, and die frequently. I was immediately proved wrong after my first meeting with the CS50.
After the quick setup that took me less than 10 minutes, I discovered that first of all, it was comfortable to wear.
Ear hooks that come in three different sizes instead of a one-size-fits-all type ear hook immediately sold me on the comfort factor.
Add to that the option that I can wear it over my head on those bad hair days (and blame it on the headset) and I saw my opinion of the headset start to change.
What about the technical side of it? How would I sound to my callers and how would they sound to me?
Imagine my surprise when I realized the sound quality was crystal clear and upon quizzing people I spoke with, they had no idea I was even on a headset.
The range was great and the talk time was perfect for my eight-hour day.
I let the headset charge over night and it’s ready to last with me the very next day throughout my whole shift.
I had grossly underestimated technology, and I was thoroughly impressed with the CS50.
The one drawback of it is that there may be interference, static, or buzzing when used close to other wireless products, but otherwise I’d recommend this headset to anyone.
Double Eagle Alloys
Home Care Assistance of St. Louis
St Louis, MO
Custom Homes, Inc.
Central Oregon Audiology
Airways freight Corp
James F. Pedersen Co., Inc.
Internal Medicine of Northern Michigan
UNC Charlotte - Housing and Res. Life
Long Prairie Rehabilitation
Flower Mound, TX
Crestview Cable Communications
Central Christian Church
Cruises by Al & Pat Magee
MICRO-TECH OPTICAL (NE), INC.
Sissiboo Investments Limited
WI Housing Alliance
What I do not like it is sound it is not too clear and very often I hear my voice as a background.
The Arc of Dauphin & Lebanon Counties
Pediatric Consultants of WI-CMG
Cole + Russell Architects, Inc .
The customer service has been exceptional.
Social Security Adm
CT Family Orthopedics
Allstate/Paula Hayden Agency
St. John Cathedral
Spring & Associates, Inc.
Aero Transportation Products
DOW Chemical Co
DOW Chemical Co
Armstrong Financial Strategies
Paragon Word Processing
1) I'm missing fewer calls and
2) I'm able to do more while on the phone. Can't thank you enough for your help.
San Francisco, CA
Winter Park, FL