|Headset (integrated/enclosed microphone)||yes|
|Microphone type||Boom microphone|
|Microphone sensitivity||-44.0 dB|
|Microphone frequency||100 - 10000|
|Colour of product||Black|
|Frequency range||20 - 20000|
|Diaphragm diameter||1.6 in|
|Driver size||1.57 in|
|Audio format||Dolby Pro Logic II|
|Simulated surround sound||yes|
|Type of connector|
|Type of USB connector||Mini-USB|
Digital optical input
|Battery life||20.0 h|
|Talk time||20.0 h|
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