EPOS, an audio and video solutions company, has announced a new line of Adapt 100 headphones. The Danish company has announced its newest headsets in India. The ADAPT 100 series is aimed at an aspiring hybrid workforce who “face new challenges that require new audio equipment solutions”.
The ADAPT 100 series uses EPOS Voice technology with a noise canceling microphone to optimize the user’s voice and enhance their calls. It is integrated with EPOS ActiveGuard technology to “protect users from acoustic bumps”. The series is also equipped with cross-functional functions.
The EPOS ADAPT 100 series headphones are designed for user flexibility and all-day comfort. They have large ear cushions made of synthetic leather or foam on the ear and an ergonomic, lightweight design. There’s a discreet cantilever arm that folds into the headset when not in use, allowing a seamless transition between calls and other tasks. The variants of these headphones are optimized for UC.
This series includes: ADAPT 130T USB II, ADAPT 130T USB-C II, ADAPT 135T USB II, ADAPT 135T USB-C II, ADAPT 160T USB II, ADAPT 160T USB-C II, ADAPT 165T USB II, ADAPT 165T USB-C II. The headphones are certified for Microsoft teams, which can be started by simply clicking a button in the call control.
The connectivity of plug-and-play devices is also enabled via a 3.5 mm socket, USB-A or USB-C ports, so that employees can easily switch between devices.
With the idea of offering our business partners in India groundbreaking audio solutions, we are pleased to announce the launch of the ADAPT 100 series in India. The past year has been a testament to the previously unnoticed importance of audio quality to business continuity. Hybrid workspace models have been developed to fill the gap on this front. With our strong sound and innovation heritage, professionals can stay agile and achieve more with the ADAPT headset series.
Jesper Kock Vice President, Research and Development
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