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Home Headset Accessories

Home Headset Accessories

Many of us now use headsets at home. After a few years of regular use, you may notice the cushions look worn, clothing clips are missing, and your dog may have chewed on the headband. Luckily, most home headset accessories are replaceable, and they will make your headset look and perform like new again.


When replacing home headset accessories, it’s critical to know the model of your current headset. Most headsets will have a model/date code stamped on the headset speaker housing or microphone. With this information, you can consult a headset expert to determine your headset model. You can also use our website with detailed images to find an exact match of your headset. Once you know the model, you will be able to find the proper replacement items without the fear of them not fitting correctly or damaging your headset.


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Home Headset Accessories

With home headset accessories, we always suggest that you purchase additional accessories to have on hand, saving additional shipping charges on future needs. Because most of these items are small, they are more likely to break and are very easy to lose or misplace. With a few extras in a desk draw, you can be up and going without delay. The exception to this rule is batteries. It’s always best to purchase batteries only as needed, so you maximize the battery life and talk time of your headset. If you buy extra batteries to have on hand, over time they will start to lose their charge time, and when you finally put the battery into use, you will be disappointed with sub-par charges.

When you replace your home headset accessories, you may want to consider upgrading items, like changing foam cushions to leatherette, to not only replace items that are missing or deteriorated but to improve and upgrade your headset. A small upgrade investment will go a long way in making your headset feel new and improved. The same will apply to convertible headsets, if now is the time to consider changing the wearing style. What may have been a comfortable fit years ago may be improved upon with a different wearing option. If you have the extra pieces lying in a desk draw, cycle through the different options and see if your personal preferences have changed.