Cyber Acoustics AC-104 Monaural PC Headset with Microphone

BH #CYAC104 • MFR #AC-104
Cyber Acoustics AC-104 Monaural PC Headset with Microphone
Key Features
  • Adjustable Over the Head Design
  • Ideal for VoIP
  • Noise-Canceling Microphone Technology
  • Boom Mic Rotates 180°
The AC-104 by Cyber Acoustics is a monaural PC headset ideal for voice over IP applications on your desktop or laptop computer. It features a unique, ambidextrous design making it possible to be worn on either side of the head and includes a noise-canceling microphone with adjustable boom.

Not only is the AC-104 accommodating, it's also comfortable and sounds good too. The soft, soft leatherette ear pad and adjustable headband provide a good fit and hours of comfort while the powerful 30mm driver delivers exceptional sound providing clear and detailed voice communication.
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Will this work with my CISCO VoIP desk phone? I ...

Will this work with my CISCO VoIP desk phone? I want to be able to answer my phone from the mailroom.
Asked by: Pamela
The Cyber Acoustics AC-104 Monaural PC Headset with Microphone BH #CYAC104 has 2 x 3.5 mm cables, it is likely going to need an adapter to work with a voip phone. Please reach out to [email protected] with the specific model of your headset so we can take a look and confirm. Keep in mind, this is not a wireless headset so answering the phone from a different room where the phone is would not be possible.
Answered by: Miguel
Date published: 2021-02-22


why can't someone hear me when I call them?
Asked by: Anonymous
Are you using the headset with a cell phone, a computer, or a wireless landline? Depending on the device, you may need to use a different connector - the headset connects to most phones with one plug, but if you're using it with a computer (i.e. for Skype, VoIP, etc.) then you may need to use the Y-adapter to connect the headset's plug to the computer's microphone and headphone jacks individually.
Answered by: RUSSELL G.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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