The Discover Adapt 20 is a wireless headset designed for everyday and built to work for many years to come. Meaning you get a longer lasting, more sustainable headset to be hands free and wire free without breaking the bank.
The Adapt 20 allows multipoint pairing for seamlessly connectivity to your computer call software and mobile phone calls. Works with most leading UC applications like Teams, Zoom, RingCentral, Cisco, Avaya and many more!
When investing in a headset, comfort is crucial so you have something that can be worn as long as your work day demands, and the Adapt 20 delivers. 65mm pillow soft ear cushions, swiveling speakers, adjustable padded headband and a bendable mic to wear on the left or or right side allows a tailored fit.
Premium audio speakers and a noise canceling microphone is good for you, good for the caller and good for business. When your office or home environment noise starts to pickup, having both ears covered and a noise canceling microphone will help reduce distractions for a more professional and better conversation.
If the headband breaks on ther headsets not named "Adapt 20", guess what you have to do? Throw it away and buy another one. With a modular design, if your Adapt 20 headband breaks in the future, there's no need to buy a brand new headset. Simply order a new inexpensive headband, detach the broken one, attach the new one and you're back to business.
- Bluetooth 5.0 with included USB dongle
- Left / right side microphone placement
- Answer/end button, volume control and mute/unmute button on headset
- Premium audio speakers for music, calls and meetings
- Bendable mic boom for best voice clarity
- Wideband enabled speakers
- Up to 100 feet of wireless range
- 20 hour talk time on a single charge
- 65mm leatherette ear cushion and padded headband cushion for all day comfort
- Interchangeable headband from single ear to dual ear
- Headset carry case included
- Weighs only 3 ounces with headband attachment on
- Can be connected and used as a wired headset
- 3 year warranty
Open Discover Adapt 20 Data Sheet
Open Discover Adapt 20 Manual
I know this is an entry level headset, but it fell off my head when I sneezed, landed on a carpeted floor, and now one of the ear cushions is broken. It was held on by two tiny plastic tabs, which broke off way too easily in my opinion
Hi Charles, it's not a common experience for it to break if falling off your head and hitting the floor, but not impossible. Good news is you have a 3 year warranty, please contact us if you haven't already so we can have the headset replaced at no cost.
I've been using these headphones for a few weeks now, with the main goal being to be able to have calls without folks hearing the people talking loudly behind me in my office. These meet that goal in spades! the headphone sound quality is call-focused, so certainly not hi-fi but good enough for background music too. Now, my only negative thoughts on these are related to the bluetooth implementation. When connected to an iPhone, there is a high-pitched whining sound, as well as persistent clicking sounds. A quite niche item that I'm a little disappointed in but isn't a deal killer is that if you have the USB cable plugged into your PC and are using bluetooth, sometimes the headphones disconnect from bluetooth (which makes sense, given that it switches sources) and makes reconnecting to bluetooth troublesome - my phone will say the headphones are connected but the audio isn't transmitting. So, I'd suggest charging them via a USB adapter rather than a PC and not trying to juggle the source back and forth. Definitely a good buy! Also, these are "On-Ear" headphones, so don't expect the headphones themselves to be noise cancelling at all.
This headset is like. Works perfectly with Zoom app. Works perfectly with Krisp AI noise suppression. The battery is great. Basically they are exactly as marketed.
Hi Michael, thanks for taking the time to leave your thoughts. Glad to know you made a good buying decision!
Overall it’s good for the Teams calls & phone calls I have during the day. The mute button either doesn’t work or I’m not doing it right. Either way, that’s a strike agains it. But the sound & call quality is fine, so I can deal with having to manually mute my calls.