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The original wireless office headset. Features 300-foot range and 8 hours of talk time.

GW SADES SA902 7.1 Channel Virtual USB Surround Stereo Wired PC Gaming Headset Over Ear Headphones with Mic Revolution Volume Control Noise Canceling LED Light(Black&Red)

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  • With a lag-free wireless connection and powered by Dolby Headphone 7.1 surround sound, G930 keeps your head in the game for up to 10 hours between charges.

    Powered by Dolby Headphone, G35 delivers immersive 7.1-channel sound and a winning mix of play-all-night comfort and power-at-your-fingertips customization.

  • FSA Standard: 36/36. No one uses this standard for fully integrated headsets (bearing sitting in frame) except for a few niche brands. There are still a lot of 36/36 bearings as they are used in all FSA's semi-integrated (internal cup) headsets and some of their standard headsets as well.

    With a lag-free wireless connection and powered by Dolby Headphone 7.1 surround sound, G930 keeps your head in the game for up to 10 hours between charges.


    Jabra Biz 1500 Mono Cisco SPA 303, 5xx, 9xx Compatible Headset
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  • Part Number Headset Description:
    031952 Headset Assembly Only
    031963 Portable (Battery Pack), Twin Plug, Straight Cord
    031964 Installed version with 6 ft. wiring harness, Straight Cord
    031972 Portable (Battery Pack), Twin Plug, Coil Cord

    Headsets on bicycles, particularly those without fenders, are exposed to water and grit thrown off by the front tire, which causes rust and rapid wear. Better headsets use rubber lip seals or "O" rings (dirt skirt) to try to keep water out, with varying degrees of success. External bands with a fastening are available to wrap and protect the lower race, and are removable for cleaning. Some cyclists remove the fork and reassemble with a section of old over the lower race, which performs the same function, albeit with less convenience.

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The adjustment of the headset to remove play is as follows: the upper race or cone is screwed down until it contacts the bearings in the upper cup. A slight preload is applied, 1/8 or 1/4 of a turn of the upper cone. The locknut is then tightened and the headset is checked for play and smooth operation. Readjustment takes place as necessary.