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Yealink WH67 Wireless-Headset Bluetooth Headset with Microphone DECT Headset for Computer Laptop PC Office VoIP Phone Teams Certified(for Microsoft Optimized)

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All-in-one UC Workstation:The Yealink UC Workstation is more than a single base, it eases the management of business communication demands and other USB devices. It also delivers great flexibility with a set of integrated features to facilitate your daily routine. It is professional, collaborative, and available.
All Your Needs on the UC Workstation: The UC Workstation gives users the possibility and flexibility to connect devices, and manage communications from a single device, and also act as a hub that integrate a full-duplex speakerphone, a 4-inch touch console, and a USB hub, which, together offer incredible set of features allowing you to meet, connect and collaborate seamlessly and intelligently.
Enhance Productivity:Providing a visual cue and indicator that help to reduce distractions and eliminate interruptions, which promises your ideal productivity. * External Busylight(BLT60) available as an optional accessory
Match Your Platform: Thanks to the broad compatibility of Yealink personal collaboration devices such as headsets, speakerphones and USB cameras, users can enjoy consistent call experience across UC platforms, which promises better communication quality, higher productivity and lower IT costs. Certified for Microsoft Teams, the devices designed with a dedicated Teams button for activating Microsoft Teams with one touch.
Be Heard Crystal Clearly : Yealink Acoustic Shield Technology, the two Microphones built in WH67 block the background noise automatically but ensure participant voice be heard clearly, greatly boost the communication efficiency.

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Item Weight: 3.2 Grams. Item Dimensions LxWxH: 5.91 x 7.09 x 3.94 inches. Number of Batteries: 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. Brand: Yealink. Manufacturer: Yealink. Date First Available: March 4, 2021. Best Sellers Rank: #56,156 in Office Products. Customer Reviews: 4.0 out of 5 stars 28 ratings 4.0 out of 5 stars. Batteries: 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. Item model number: WH. ASIN: B08XYMSVX3. Item Weight: 0.113 ounces. Product Dimensions: 5.91 x 7.09 x 3.94 inches.

Specification: Yealink WH67 Wireless-Headset Bluetooth Headset with Microphone DECT Headset for Computer Laptop PC Office VoIP Phone Teams Certified(for Microsoft Optimized)

Weight 0.113 lbs
Dimensions 5.91 × 7.09 × 3.94 in

16 reviews for Yealink WH67 Wireless-Headset Bluetooth Headset with Microphone DECT Headset for Computer Laptop PC Office VoIP Phone Teams Certified(for Microsoft Optimized)

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  1. JustMeEP

    I like many work from home I have had many professional headsets including Plantronics Savi. My old one was starting to die and it was time to replace. I wanted to try this one for the fact it works so well with Teams. I love it so far great headset that really does work awesome. The noise cancelation is far the best I have seen to date. No one can hear me typing and such. Buy this if you are a heavy teams user. You won’t be disappointed.Read more

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  2. Ryan Stewart

    I love the easy to use touchscreen but the actual earpieces are basically sand paper in your ears. It was also very common for people to not be able to hear me on all platforms. The distance was nice though. I’d buy it after a few updates and after they made instructions to connect to softphones that only Elon could understand. I emailed and called yealink too… no response. Oh well, next time!Read more

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  3. M J.

    Better than Plantronics and JBL! Great connections for usb and bluetooth. Comfortable inside ear wearables!Read more

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  4. Ken W

    very difficult to get settings adjusted to my CRM. After I answer the call with my earpiece my base keeps ringingRead more

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  5. LUCK

    This is a great headset for Microsoft Teams (or your PC in general) and for your mobile phone at the same time. I’ve been using a Bluetooth headset for Teams for a longtime. This is a nice upgrade. The best feature is simply the range. My Bluetooth headset would only get about 20 feet away – so if I wanted to walk into the kitchen our outside, it would drop the connection. With this I can walk anywhere in our home (2600 sqft) or even onto the deck, back yard up out front to get the mail – and the connection remains solid. Next best is the speaker. Although I rarely need a speaker, this headset seamlessly switches between speaker and headset. If the headset is docked, it defaults to using the speaker. If you pick up the headset it automatically switches to using the headset automatically. Similarly, if I hang up the headset, it switches to the speakerphone. I also like the seamless switch to my mobile phone. If my phone rings, it automatically goes to the headset. For some reason this never worked well with my old Bluetooth headset. Maybe because this plugs directly into my computer, it can leave Bluetooth open for my mobile phone. But the result is, for the first time ever, I can use a single headset for both mobile and Teams calls without playing around with settings. It also rests quickly, easily and comfortably in my ear – much more so than any other headset I’ve ever used. As you can see, it comes with a video control device that’s about the size of a mobile phone. This is nifty, but seems like overkill to me. I do use some of the controls on the screen, but could just as easily use the controls on my phone or in Microsoft Teams. The display does allow me to set some configuration options, but I don’t recall ever actually needing to do that. Not many downsides: I do find that my mobile phone wants to connect to this no matter where I am in the house. So I often find myself answering on my phone only to realize that it wants me to talk on Bluetooth. A quick tap on the Bluetooth button on my phone switches back, but it is an annoyance when a caller is saying “hello hello?” and doesn’t hear me right away. I think the headset goes into energy saving mode after a few moments of silence. Other people on calls sometimes report that they didn’t hear my first few words. And when using the headset to record videos for playback later I sometimes find it has lost a few of my words when there have been a few moments of silence. They suggest you install their software in order to change the settings. But it appears to me that all the settings can be controlled via the Yealink screen, and with all the security issues around today, I chose not to install the software on my computer. Definitely the best headset I’ve ever owned.Read more

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  6. T Stanley

    *10/12/21 update* I am dropping a star from my review. Unless you have a need for the multiple functions, at this price point there are better options. I like that the headset is light and I’ve had no issues hearing or being heard in Lync and Teams calls. I like the mute button better than anything else I’ve used. But the number one issue I have is that I cannot make it through an 8 hour shift with the headset. Anytime I’m off calls, I put the headset onto the charger so some days I do make the entire day. But if I use the headset from an overnight charge and for a total of about 5 to 6 hours of use, it will die before the day ends. So I estimate the headset has been on the charger about an hour throughout the day and it has died completely before hour 7 completed. There are headsets that are cheaper than this that will perform as well. My second issue is range. It may be related to the battery being on the low state of charge, but the range is only good, not great. It fails if I have more than 3 walls between me so I can travel about 30 feet in my house. It’s not bad but I have had better results with other products. *original review* I was supplied a wireless Jabra DECT headset for work and after the battery died, I replaced it with a bluetooth headset. I immediately received complaints for my low volume for my audio and it would drop out if I left the room. I was offered this for review and it looked sort of similar to my Jabra one so I chose to test it out. The image only shows an “in the ear” type of headset, but the set includes many options to convert the headset. There is a behind the head attachment that I haven’t tried but it looks a little weak to me like it might break over time. I am using the attachment that goes across the top of my head. The whole unit feels cheaper than the Jabra one but in use it has been just as effective. It has enough battery to last me the entire work day. It is lighter than the Jabra and it’s ALOT lighter than the bluetooth headset I tried. A light headset is really nice after about 4 hours in calls. The audio on my side is fine – I replaced a 2 earphone model, so it is a little adjustment of having one ear hearing whatever is in the background. I am more aware of how loudly I am talking when I only have the one earpad. The sound to others on the call is on par with the Jabra headset. I really feel like DECT is the best option if you are trying to talk on a wireless solution for work. I use this mainly plugged into a computer that is connected to Skype and Teams. It connected to my machine without any other intervention than plugging it in with the provided usb cable. I also use it to talk on my cell phone when I am working. For that use, it works better than any of the other solutions I’ve used to switch between computer and phone audio. The display is touch screen and it is easy to know which device is actively connected and easy to change. The only glitch is that my cell will jump over to this headset if it is in range when I don’t intend it to. I wish it would disable that when it is charging. It is an easy fix by going to the bluetooth settings in my cell and disconnecting the device. This also gives ability to dial on my cell phone by using the unit’s display. It’s a nice idea but it doesn’t have access to the phone’s contact list so I must know the number to call. This makes it a feature I’ll never use. The one item I like is how easy it connects onto it’s charging pins. Many of the other solutions are easy to place on their stand without making connection. I’ve arrived many mornings with a dead battery. This headset is unlikely to have that issue. The unit also has a speaker phone built in. This is the only audio device I have that has that feature. I haven’t really tested it since my computer audio and mic works fine for my use. But I can see the benefit of having it onboard. Another feature I like is the mute button is a push button that is easy to find. It also states it has gone on mute when I push it. I no longer am doing voice checks to see if I’m on mute on calls. That is a feature I didn’t expect to like so much. What I don’t care for is that the display is rather large and it doesn’t fold down. On my old set, I could fold the display flat and I used that function more than I realize. This display is sort of in my view at all times. It does have settings to auto shut down screen after so many seconds so that helps with lowering distractions. So far, I’ve been very happy with the performance of this device. My only issue is that it is a very expensive headset. I am not familiar with the brand so it feels like an off brand or a new brand on the market to me. The main option the headset offers above competition is that the headset can be configured for different head connections. But I find that everyone will select their favorite and stick with it for the life of the unit. At current price, I can find a brand names I’m familiar with for the product for any of the configurations. I do recommend this because it has worked flawlessly, but I would look at the features it provides versus competition.Read more

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  7. B. Strothmann

    Hallo zusammen wir haben das Headset jetzt ein paar Tage getestet. Vorab: Auf der Seite vom Hersteller haben wir uns mit den Informationen zu diesem Headset echt schwer getan. Dinge wie Bluetooth? oder QD-Stecker oder EHS fehlen! Dieses Headset ist ein UC/Bluetooth Headset somit kann man es perfekt für Softphone, Teams und andere Dienste auf dem PC (PER USB) und Smartphone (PER BLUETOOTH) nutzen. Die Verarbeitung ist für Yealink Verhältnisse besonders gut, dort wahr wohl ein Designer am Werk, macht weiter so. Ich habe zum Vergleich ein Plantronics 540A am häufig am Ohr. Die Reichweite vom Tisch per DECT ist echt sehr gut. Ich kann kaum unterscheide zu Plantronics erkennen. Man macht häufig den Fehler das man mit dem Smartphone spazieren geht, so das der Empfang dann natürlich zur Basis irgendwann abreist. Was ich sehr mag: 1) Das Display -> Es ist echt der Hammer! 2) Ganzes Design 2) Man kann direkt über das Display wählen und zwischen Anrufern wechseln, man muss das Handy nicht aus der Hosentasche ziehen. 3) Man hat in der Basis einen USB Hub für 2 weitere USB-Geräte und die sind sogar USB3.0, das gibt es selten meistens verbaut man in dieser Preisklasse USB2.0. 4) Sehr viel Zubehör (Bild2), diverse Ohr-Polster für Links und Rechts + Bügel. 5) Ein weiteres Highlight ist das die Basis ein Lautsprecher für den PC ist der auch noch sehr gut klingt, inklusive Freisprecheinrichtung. Was ich nicht mag: 1) PC Softphone wird nur das eigene von Yealink Unterstützt für die Anwahl über das Display ohne Computer, aus Windows heraus läuft es natürlich. (Ich kann z.B. nicht dem Starface Client eine Anwahl senden. 2) Schade das sich Tischtelefone nur über Bluetooth anbinden kann, so fallen viele raus. Hier hat der Hersteller scheinbar den Fokus auf seine eigenen Geräte gelegt, da Sie teilweise Bluetooth integriert haben oder per USB-Stick nachgerüstet werden können. Was ich mir wünsche: Bei dem Nächsten Modell sollte man auch Kabel gebundene Telefone unterstützen. Last but not least: Man sollte die Software Yealink USB Connect installieren, diese installiert innerhalb von 2-3 Minuten eine neue Firmware in das Headset und man kann weitere Einstellungen vornehmen. Nachtrag 30.08.21: Die Kontakte zum aufladen in der Basis sind nicht perfekt, häufig wird das Gerät nicht mehr geladen. Ich habe die Kontakte jetzt noch mal gereinigt und schaue ob es jetzt besser ist. Nachtrag 14.11.2021 QI Ladestation ist nicht geeignet für Pixel 6 Pro. Es wird zwar angezeigt das es lädt, es lädt nur den Akku leider leer.Read more

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  8. Kalle

    Das Set ist qualitativ hochwertig. Das gilt für Verarbeitung und Klangqualität. Herausragend sind die mitgelieferten verschiedenartigen Tragemöglichkeiten Die Konnektivität ist ebenfalls gut, wobei ich in der Hauptsache Bluetooth verwende. Mein einziger Minuspunkt: Eine Verbindung zu einem PC Softphone lässt sich nicht herstellen.Read more

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  9. JustMeEP

    I like many work from home I have had many professional headsets including Plantronics Savi. My old one was starting to die and it was time to replace. I wanted to try this one for the fact it works so well with Teams. I love it so far great headset that really does work awesome. The noise cancelation is far the best I have seen to date. No one can hear me typing and such. Buy this if you are a heavy teams user. You won’t be disappointed.Read more

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  10. Ryan Stewart

    I love the easy to use touchscreen but the actual earpieces are basically sand paper in your ears. It was also very common for people to not be able to hear me on all platforms. The distance was nice though. I’d buy it after a few updates and after they made instructions to connect to softphones that only Elon could understand. I emailed and called yealink too… no response. Oh well, next time!Read more

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  11. M J.

    Better than Plantronics and JBL! Great connections for usb and bluetooth. Comfortable inside ear wearables!Read more

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  12. Ken W

    very difficult to get settings adjusted to my CRM. After I answer the call with my earpiece my base keeps ringingRead more

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  13. LUCK

    This is a great headset for Microsoft Teams (or your PC in general) and for your mobile phone at the same time. I’ve been using a Bluetooth headset for Teams for a longtime. This is a nice upgrade. The best feature is simply the range. My Bluetooth headset would only get about 20 feet away – so if I wanted to walk into the kitchen our outside, it would drop the connection. With this I can walk anywhere in our home (2600 sqft) or even onto the deck, back yard up out front to get the mail – and the connection remains solid. Next best is the speaker. Although I rarely need a speaker, this headset seamlessly switches between speaker and headset. If the headset is docked, it defaults to using the speaker. If you pick up the headset it automatically switches to using the headset automatically. Similarly, if I hang up the headset, it switches to the speakerphone. I also like the seamless switch to my mobile phone. If my phone rings, it automatically goes to the headset. For some reason this never worked well with my old Bluetooth headset. Maybe because this plugs directly into my computer, it can leave Bluetooth open for my mobile phone. But the result is, for the first time ever, I can use a single headset for both mobile and Teams calls without playing around with settings. It also rests quickly, easily and comfortably in my ear – much more so than any other headset I’ve ever used. As you can see, it comes with a video control device that’s about the size of a mobile phone. This is nifty, but seems like overkill to me. I do use some of the controls on the screen, but could just as easily use the controls on my phone or in Microsoft Teams. The display does allow me to set some configuration options, but I don’t recall ever actually needing to do that. Not many downsides: I do find that my mobile phone wants to connect to this no matter where I am in the house. So I often find myself answering on my phone only to realize that it wants me to talk on Bluetooth. A quick tap on the Bluetooth button on my phone switches back, but it is an annoyance when a caller is saying “hello hello?” and doesn’t hear me right away. I think the headset goes into energy saving mode after a few moments of silence. Other people on calls sometimes report that they didn’t hear my first few words. And when using the headset to record videos for playback later I sometimes find it has lost a few of my words when there have been a few moments of silence. They suggest you install their software in order to change the settings. But it appears to me that all the settings can be controlled via the Yealink screen, and with all the security issues around today, I chose not to install the software on my computer. Definitely the best headset I’ve ever owned.Read more

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  14. T Stanley

    *10/12/21 update* I am dropping a star from my review. Unless you have a need for the multiple functions, at this price point there are better options. I like that the headset is light and I’ve had no issues hearing or being heard in Lync and Teams calls. I like the mute button better than anything else I’ve used. But the number one issue I have is that I cannot make it through an 8 hour shift with the headset. Anytime I’m off calls, I put the headset onto the charger so some days I do make the entire day. But if I use the headset from an overnight charge and for a total of about 5 to 6 hours of use, it will die before the day ends. So I estimate the headset has been on the charger about an hour throughout the day and it has died completely before hour 7 completed. There are headsets that are cheaper than this that will perform as well. My second issue is range. It may be related to the battery being on the low state of charge, but the range is only good, not great. It fails if I have more than 3 walls between me so I can travel about 30 feet in my house. It’s not bad but I have had better results with other products. *original review* I was supplied a wireless Jabra DECT headset for work and after the battery died, I replaced it with a bluetooth headset. I immediately received complaints for my low volume for my audio and it would drop out if I left the room. I was offered this for review and it looked sort of similar to my Jabra one so I chose to test it out. The image only shows an “in the ear” type of headset, but the set includes many options to convert the headset. There is a behind the head attachment that I haven’t tried but it looks a little weak to me like it might break over time. I am using the attachment that goes across the top of my head. The whole unit feels cheaper than the Jabra one but in use it has been just as effective. It has enough battery to last me the entire work day. It is lighter than the Jabra and it’s ALOT lighter than the bluetooth headset I tried. A light headset is really nice after about 4 hours in calls. The audio on my side is fine – I replaced a 2 earphone model, so it is a little adjustment of having one ear hearing whatever is in the background. I am more aware of how loudly I am talking when I only have the one earpad. The sound to others on the call is on par with the Jabra headset. I really feel like DECT is the best option if you are trying to talk on a wireless solution for work. I use this mainly plugged into a computer that is connected to Skype and Teams. It connected to my machine without any other intervention than plugging it in with the provided usb cable. I also use it to talk on my cell phone when I am working. For that use, it works better than any of the other solutions I’ve used to switch between computer and phone audio. The display is touch screen and it is easy to know which device is actively connected and easy to change. The only glitch is that my cell will jump over to this headset if it is in range when I don’t intend it to. I wish it would disable that when it is charging. It is an easy fix by going to the bluetooth settings in my cell and disconnecting the device. This also gives ability to dial on my cell phone by using the unit’s display. It’s a nice idea but it doesn’t have access to the phone’s contact list so I must know the number to call. This makes it a feature I’ll never use. The one item I like is how easy it connects onto it’s charging pins. Many of the other solutions are easy to place on their stand without making connection. I’ve arrived many mornings with a dead battery. This headset is unlikely to have that issue. The unit also has a speaker phone built in. This is the only audio device I have that has that feature. I haven’t really tested it since my computer audio and mic works fine for my use. But I can see the benefit of having it onboard. Another feature I like is the mute button is a push button that is easy to find. It also states it has gone on mute when I push it. I no longer am doing voice checks to see if I’m on mute on calls. That is a feature I didn’t expect to like so much. What I don’t care for is that the display is rather large and it doesn’t fold down. On my old set, I could fold the display flat and I used that function more than I realize. This display is sort of in my view at all times. It does have settings to auto shut down screen after so many seconds so that helps with lowering distractions. So far, I’ve been very happy with the performance of this device. My only issue is that it is a very expensive headset. I am not familiar with the brand so it feels like an off brand or a new brand on the market to me. The main option the headset offers above competition is that the headset can be configured for different head connections. But I find that everyone will select their favorite and stick with it for the life of the unit. At current price, I can find a brand names I’m familiar with for the product for any of the configurations. I do recommend this because it has worked flawlessly, but I would look at the features it provides versus competition.Read more

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  15. B. Strothmann

    Hallo zusammen wir haben das Headset jetzt ein paar Tage getestet. Vorab: Auf der Seite vom Hersteller haben wir uns mit den Informationen zu diesem Headset echt schwer getan. Dinge wie Bluetooth? oder QD-Stecker oder EHS fehlen! Dieses Headset ist ein UC/Bluetooth Headset somit kann man es perfekt für Softphone, Teams und andere Dienste auf dem PC (PER USB) und Smartphone (PER BLUETOOTH) nutzen. Die Verarbeitung ist für Yealink Verhältnisse besonders gut, dort wahr wohl ein Designer am Werk, macht weiter so. Ich habe zum Vergleich ein Plantronics 540A am häufig am Ohr. Die Reichweite vom Tisch per DECT ist echt sehr gut. Ich kann kaum unterscheide zu Plantronics erkennen. Man macht häufig den Fehler das man mit dem Smartphone spazieren geht, so das der Empfang dann natürlich zur Basis irgendwann abreist. Was ich sehr mag: 1) Das Display -> Es ist echt der Hammer! 2) Ganzes Design 2) Man kann direkt über das Display wählen und zwischen Anrufern wechseln, man muss das Handy nicht aus der Hosentasche ziehen. 3) Man hat in der Basis einen USB Hub für 2 weitere USB-Geräte und die sind sogar USB3.0, das gibt es selten meistens verbaut man in dieser Preisklasse USB2.0. 4) Sehr viel Zubehör (Bild2), diverse Ohr-Polster für Links und Rechts + Bügel. 5) Ein weiteres Highlight ist das die Basis ein Lautsprecher für den PC ist der auch noch sehr gut klingt, inklusive Freisprecheinrichtung. Was ich nicht mag: 1) PC Softphone wird nur das eigene von Yealink Unterstützt für die Anwahl über das Display ohne Computer, aus Windows heraus läuft es natürlich. (Ich kann z.B. nicht dem Starface Client eine Anwahl senden. 2) Schade das sich Tischtelefone nur über Bluetooth anbinden kann, so fallen viele raus. Hier hat der Hersteller scheinbar den Fokus auf seine eigenen Geräte gelegt, da Sie teilweise Bluetooth integriert haben oder per USB-Stick nachgerüstet werden können. Was ich mir wünsche: Bei dem Nächsten Modell sollte man auch Kabel gebundene Telefone unterstützen. Last but not least: Man sollte die Software Yealink USB Connect installieren, diese installiert innerhalb von 2-3 Minuten eine neue Firmware in das Headset und man kann weitere Einstellungen vornehmen. Nachtrag 30.08.21: Die Kontakte zum aufladen in der Basis sind nicht perfekt, häufig wird das Gerät nicht mehr geladen. Ich habe die Kontakte jetzt noch mal gereinigt und schaue ob es jetzt besser ist. Nachtrag 14.11.2021 QI Ladestation ist nicht geeignet für Pixel 6 Pro. Es wird zwar angezeigt das es lädt, es lädt nur den Akku leider leer.Read more

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  16. Kalle

    Das Set ist qualitativ hochwertig. Das gilt für Verarbeitung und Klangqualität. Herausragend sind die mitgelieferten verschiedenartigen Tragemöglichkeiten Die Konnektivität ist ebenfalls gut, wobei ich in der Hauptsache Bluetooth verwende. Mein einziger Minuspunkt: Eine Verbindung zu einem PC Softphone lässt sich nicht herstellen.Read more

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