The full range of headsets for dictation and transcription.

Headsets build for comfort, design and usability.

Headsets are important tools to ensure smooth reporting. They can be used for dictating reports and typing dictations for transcription. Pathologists, for example, require their hands to carry out their work – headsets are vital to allow analysis of materials whilst creating reports. When working with digital dictation, secretaries can listen to the dictation and make any necessary document changes.

We work with include Philips, Plantronics and Jabra for headsets. We find these devices provide the best quality in recognition and transcription. Below are our recommended headsets.

Philips Headset

Philips LFH 5220 transcription kit

The Philips LFH 5220 provides you with all the necessary USB hardware to be used in conjunction with your G2 Speech software.

The Transcription Kit consists of:

  • Philips ACC2310 USB footpedal with play,rewind & fast forward functions.
  • Philips LFH334 headset (3 metre/10 foot cable)
  • Philips LFH9034 USB headset adapter.



plantronics SAVI 440

Whether at home or in the office working at a PC, the SaviĀ® 400 Series offers high sound quality, up to 90 meters wireless range and the choice of four wearing styles. The Savi 440 is the lightest DECT headset on the market today, and has an in-use replaceable battery for unlimited talk time and three different wearing styles.

  • Super lightweight DECT wireless headset weighing only 22gms
  • Energy efficient delivering longer talk and standbye times
  • DECT technology provides better audio and eliminates interference from Wi-Fi networks
  • Noise cancelling microphone reduces background noise interruptions.



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