JBL Free WFH wireless headphones

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 Highlights 

JBL Free WFH Wireless 

Highlights

  •  Noise-Canceling Detachable Boom Mic 

  •  40mm Dynamic Drivers 

 Wireless Design Works on PC 

 Built-In Mute Function 

 Works with Popular Conferencing Apps 

 Lightweight Headband 

 PU-Wrapped Memory Foam Earpads   Includes Mic Windshield Foam 

 22-Hour Battery Life   Features 

 Whether you`re in the office or working from home, the Free WFH Wireless Over-Ear Headset from JBL can keep you connected with co-workers and clients. The Free WFH wirelessly connects to your PC or laptop via the included 2.4 GHz wireless dongle, and works with popular conferencing apps such as Zoom, Skype, Microsoft Teams, and Cisco WebEx. The detachable boom mic offers noise cancellation technology, ensuring you’re head clearly on calls, and the headset features a built-in mute function so you can switch your microphone off at your convenience. Lossless & Low-Lag 2.4 GHz Wireless   The seamless performance of the JBL Free WFH wireless headset ensures a stable connection for daily calls and video conferencing without the distraction of wires. 

 Detachable Voice-Focus, Noise-Canceling Microphone   The microphone is detachable from the headset, allowing you to detach the mic when not working or not on a conference call and use the headset as standard headphones instead. lightweight and durable 

 Powerful JBL Signature Sound delivered by 40mm drivers means your calls and music will be incredibly clear, whether you’re listening to David Bowie or Dave from accounting.     JBL Signature Sound 

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