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Type
   Type       
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   Wired       The headset signal is transmitted via a wireless signal to the device it is being used with. 
   Wireless       The headset has a wire connecting it to the device it is being used with. 
   Over the Ear       The headset is meant to be worn over the ear and does not go into the ear canal. 
   In Ear       The headset is meant to go into the ear canal. 
   Microphone Included       The headset has a microphone built into it. 
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   System Signal       
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   Mono       Mono, or monophonic, describes a system where all the audio signals are mixed together and routed through a single audio channel. 
   Stereo       Stereophonic sound systems have two independent audio signal channels. 
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Application
   Application       
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   Aerospace / Aircraft       Designed for use in aircraft. 
   Music / Audio Systems       Suitable for use in the reproduction of high fidelity audio and music sound. 
   Broadcast / Studio       Professional grade audio components and/or systems for use in recording studios or television and radio broadcast facilities and equipment. 
   Computer / Workstation       Designed for use with computers or industrial workstations. 
   Consumer Electronics / Gaming       Any consumer electronics application, including video games, television speakers, consumer-grade radios, toys, etc. 
   Loudspeaker / Public Address       Designed and constructed for use in public address systems or installation in public facilities. 
   Radio Communications       For use with radio communications equipment. 
   Telephone / Voice Communication       Designed for use with telephones and other voice communication products. 
   Theatrical       For use on stage in a theatrical production 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary application. 
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   Features       
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   Bluetooth®       Bluetooth is a registered trademark of the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG), a trade association that establishes Bluetooth standards for manufacturers. 
   Digital       Devices with integral analog-to-digital converter to render sound into computer-recognized format.  Possible applications include voice recognition, recording onto a digital voice recorder, etc. 
   EMI Shielded       Is immune to electrical and magnetic interference. 
   Integral Pre-Amplifier       Boosts the output from a small to intermediate level. 
   Noise Cancellation       Noise cancellation is the identification of noise frequencies and the production of a canceling sound signal 180° out of phase with the noise or sound to be quieted. 
   Outdoor Rated       Designed for use outdoors and in weather. 
   Push to Talk       Has an integrated button to activate a push to talk feature. 
   Volume Control       Built in volume control allows the user to adjust the volume. 
   Wind Screen       Diffuser, often foam, which minimizes wind noise. 
   Other       Other unlisted feature. 
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Specifications
   Connector Type       
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   BNC       The "Bayonet Neil-Concelman" or "Bayonet Navy Connector" or "Baby Neil Connector," depending on the information source. Karl W. Concelman is believed to have created the "C" connector. The BNC was designed for military use and has gained wide acceptance in video and RF applications to 2 GHz. The BNC uses a slotted outer conductor and some plastic dielectric on each gender connector. This dielectric causes increasing losses at higher frequencies. Above 4 GHz, the slots may radiate signals, so the connector is usable, but not necessarily mechanically stable up to about 10 GHz. Both 50-ohm and 75-ohm versions are available. 
   XLR Connector       XLR type connector, 3-pin, balanced. 
   1/4'' Phone Plug       1/4" Phone jacks are essentially connectors used in audio systems: audio cables, amplifiers, speakers, etc. The diameter of the jack is 0.25". 
   1/8'' Phone Plug       1/8" Phone jacks are essentially connectors used in audio systems: audio cables, amplifiers, speakers, etc. The diameter of the jack is 0.125". 
   Modular Connector       Typically an RJ or 4P4C connector usually used with telephone handsets. 
   USB       USB connectors are used with universal serial bus (USB) ports. They can be used to connect USB products together, or to connect USB wires and peripherals to other standard port types. 
   RCA       RCA Connectors are round, press-on connectors commonly used for consumer-grade audio and composite video connections.  In most recent home stereo equipment, the jacks are color-coded as follows:  red (audio-Right), black or white (audio-Left) and yellow (composite video). 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary connector. 
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Headset Specifications
   Sound Pressure Level       Sound pressure level (SPL) that the device can deliver.  This is a rating provided by the manufacturer that may correspond to a maximum or nominal SPL at a certain frequency within the dynamic range.   Value is given in decibels, typically in dB(A) or using the A-weighted value.  Specification frequencies and conditions can be found on the manufacturer product data sheets. 
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   Nominal Input Power       Typical design power used for driving the device. 
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   Impedance       Input impedance for a device is optimally matched to the output impedance of the driving amplifier for most efficient and truest sound replication. 
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   Frequency Response       The frequency response, or dynamic range, is the range of frequencies over which the device will operate while still meeting its performance specifications. 
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   Dynamic Range       Dynamic range is the range of sound pressure levels (dB) for which the device will meet its performance specifications; it is limited on the low end by the inherent noise of the acoustic system and on the high end by the maximum sound pressure level. The standard unit for measuring sound pressure level (SPL) is the decibel (dB) with a reference pressure of 20 micro Pascals (20 μPa), which is the human hearing threshold. 
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   Weight       Weight of the device, including any enclosure or attached features. 
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Microphone Specifications
   Frequency Response       Frequency response is the range of frequencies for which the device maintains a constant sensitivity within defined boundaries. Variation from this "linear" or "flat" sensitivity is given in dB; bounds that the define the linear frequency response will be in the form of ±3dB, -1dB/+4dB, etc. 
   Search Logic:      User may specify either, both, or neither of the limits in a "From - To" range; when both are specified, matching products will cover entire range. Products returned as matches will meet all specified criteria.
   Dynamic Range       Dynamic range is the range of sound pressure levels (dB) for which the device will meet its performance specifications; it is limited on the low end by the inherent noise of the acoustic system and on the high end by the maximum sound pressure level. The standard unit for measuring sound pressure level (SPL) is the decibel (dB) with a reference pressure of 20 micro Pascals (20 μPa), which is the human hearing threshold. 
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   Microphone Sensitivity:       Measure of how responsive or "hot" a microphone is.  Sensitivity may be given in millivolt output per Pascal of sound pressure, or may be specified in dBV (dB), in which case it is typically a negative number.  A correctly specified signal should exceed the inherent noise of the system yet not overload the preamplifier. 
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   Impedance       Impedance is the resistance to flow of alternating current.  Low impedance microphones exhibit values such as 100-500 ohms, whereas high impedance microphones can be 10,000 ohms or more. 
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