Expert Help for First-Time Buyers of Wireless Headsets

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Expert Help for First-Time Buyers of Wireless Headsets

As you learn more about Sonetics wireless headsets, you may notice that the team communication products aren’t offered online at the moment. Because every team is different, Sonetics works with you to customize a wireless communication system that meets your team’s specific needs. 

Talk with a Sonetics wireless headsets expert

You probably haven’t done a lot of browsing in the “Team Communication and Hearing Protection” aisle of your local big box store. For your Sonetics wireless headsets purchase, you’ll need a wireless communication expert to guide you in selecting the right mix of equipment. And Sonetics will help you understand how to best use that equipment to connect and protect your crews.

How do you do that thing you do?

In order to learn how your teams work and how wireless headsets can help, you should be ready to answer a few simple questions when you speak to a Sonetics Wireless Headsets expert:

What are the biggest challenges you face with your current communication solution? Does noise make it impossible to talk without shouting? Are hand signals being missed or misunderstood? Are operators taking their hands off the controls to press the radio’s push-to-talk button or to grab a cellphone?

Sonetics wireless headsets can be used in almost any work environment. Your answer helps Sonetics recommend the right wireless headset models and equipment to meet your work zone communication challenges. 

How do you want to use your wireless headsets? Different tasks may require different equipment, or the use of additional features to get the job done. Check out this short article for more examples of how Sonetics customers use their headsets. 

How large is the work zone? Not to worry if this changes from job to job. In fact, that tells Sonetics experts something, too. Namely whether the DECT7 ComHub will get the job done, or if your crews will need two-way radio or Bluetooth connectivity to cover distances beyond 1,600 feet.

How many team members do you need to connect? What’s the maximum number of workers that need to communicate on a single system? An expert can talk about ways to divide the full team up into smaller work groups, too.

Do you need to monitor a two-way radio or connect a mobile device? This one helps determine the best way to set up your system for two-way radio or Bluetooth wireless connections. Do you want the entire crew to be able to transmit and receive, or do you need a private, one-on-one conversation? Are you working with a voice recognition system?

Build your Sonetics wireless system

Sonetics team communication systems are built to order. They’re scalable, so you can add more headsets down the road as your business grows.

After the initial conversation, the expert assisting you will have a good idea of how long it will take to build your portable wireless system; typically between 10 days to three weeks will put your custom system in your hands.

Whether it’s jumping out of an airplane or your annual visit to the Grand Canyon, you always remember the first time. Same goes for buying and using Sonetics wireless headsets. By the time you need a second team communication system because your business is growing so fast, you’ll be a Sonetics pro. 

Ready to tell Sonetics how you do what you do? Call at 800-833-4558 or contact Sonetics and let’s start the conversation.


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