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ProTelX PTX 102 and ProTelX PTX-202 Review

Breakthrough Noise Cancelling Headsets are Giving Big Brands a Run for their Money…

ProTelX is a breakthrough brand for noise cancellation office headsets – and there has never been a better time to snatch them up ahead of their soaring popularity.

The designs on the PTX 102 and the PTX 202 tick all the boxes for highly efficient business grade headsets – but are still available for incredibly low prices compared with more expensive variants.

Why the PTX 102 and PTX 202 are taking the lead in office headset quality…

Essentially, ProTelX made these designs for an office environment, to compete with the larger brands in noise cancellation technology. It appears they do this exceptionally well – it is just branding that is separating them from the giants out there.

Experts are currently saying that once word gets out and the reliability of the headsets has been confirmed, this is quite likely to change. Not a bad time to be trying them out, then…

    • Active Noise Cancellation – a microphone in the earpiece that picks up ambient noise (such as traffic, air-handling systems, etc.)

 

  • Passive Noise Cancellation – the headphones work to block out sound waves from the environment by the materials they are made of

The Difference Between the PTX 102 and PTX 202

            The answer is very simple:

PTX 102 – Monaural headset
PTX 202 – Dual headset

The model and design is otherwise the same:

ProTelX PTX-102 Monaural Noise Cancelling Office Headset

This noise cancelling, monaural headset offers the added value of a noise cancelling microphone which, as ProTelx confidently states, will eliminate up to 90% of the background noise. Having tried and tested this model – it’s certainly worth it’s weight and stands proud next to its competitors.

This product also includes a quick disconnect line cord and is comfortable to wear. Both models do exactly what they say on the tin, and they leave it to you, the consumer, to decide between monaural and dual ear pieces.
Main features

            • Office/call centre compatible
            • Inexpensive and high quality
            • Crisp clear sound
            • Robust construction
            • Adjustable microphone boom
            • 270 degree rotation microphone
            • Adjustable headband and T-bar
            • Clear microphone voice tube
            • Acoustic shock protection for receiver
            • Anti-static shock for microphone
            • CE approved

Paul Conway, from PMC Telecom, said: “There is a lot to be said for these ProTelX designs, they seem to really know their market and they’ve gone in with all the right boxes ticked. The two noise cancellation models are, in my opinion, just as efficient as some of the top brands that we sell, and I have been in this industry for decades. I would advise small businesses who are just starting out, or just any business looking to save on costs, to try out the PTX range – we actually use them here in our office – The staff love them”

He added: “It’s an enormous market out there and the competition is fierce, but to me that’s all the more reason to give the smaller guys a try, the ones that are making efficient designs just as well as anyone else but are selling their products without those large-brand prices.”

 

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Kirsty Rigg is a newspaper journalist and features’ editor who has been contributing to tech-mag since Autumn 2016. She is a keen “techie” and amongst her many talents, she is also a digital marketing officer and specialises in social media management. Kirsty has written for the British nationals and has worked as a staff reporter on several papers in the UK, the Czech Republic and Spain, but now lives back in her hometown of Manchester where she writes exciting content for tech-mag and other publications. Her services may be available for hire on a freelance basis. So long as she is greeted with wine and flattery, her rates are actually pretty good.