Yealink WH66 Dual UC Headset Unboxing | VoIP Supply

In this video, we will unbox the newest headset from Yealink! The WH66 is just one of 4 different headsets in this series. While we are unboxing the UC version, please note, that there are Microsoft Teams versions available for this headset as well! Enjoy this video and see why the WH66 is so much more than just a headset!

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Hi, I’m Brian Hyrek, a VoIP specialist here at VoIP Supply. Today, we’re going to be unboxing and taking a look at the new Yealink WH66 headset and UC workstation. This headset and workstation is from the new line of the Yealink WH6 series. All right, let’s open it up and take a look. This is the Yealink WH66 dual UC. This is the dual-ear version. There also is a mono version, as well as a Microsoft Teams version. This is the UC version. Okay. Again, this is the dual-ear version, the Yealink WH66. Again it is decked, so you do get about 300 feet of range from the base station when you are away, as compared to Bluetooth, which is roughly about 20 to 30 feet.
Taking out the base here. Now, this headset’s actually very unique because it does open up a totally different experience than what you have been used to with traditional decked headsets. There is a four-inch capacitive touch screen that will sync to your UC collaboration tool, or even your cell phone… as well as a cell phone. So, you can actually dial from the capacitive touch screen. It really gives you a whole new work experience with just one touch, and you have all of the control. There also is a speakerphone built into the base as well. So, you do have the option of docking and charging the headset and using the speakerphone on the device, which I think is super cool and absolutely unique as well.
Also in the box, you will have, of course, the AC charger for the unit, as well as a USB A, and a USB C cable, to ensure that you can do firmware updates, and of course, sync with your UC collaboration tool. Also, something to keep in mind, not included with the WH 66 natively, but available as an accessory, and something that I use myself when I’m working from home, or on the road, is actually a docking station. Now, this docking station is really cool because it wirelessly charges your cell phone and enables you to sync whatever cell phone you do have connected to your UC collaboration tool. So again, this is the Yealink WH 66, a really, really cool decked headset/UC collaboration tool. Now, let’s power it on and see what it looks like.
Right in… The plug-in is right under the base for the unit. You’ll also notice that there is a USB port under this base as well. And that’s where you’ll be plugging into your PC or UC collaboration device. So, as it boots up here, you will see that you can select your language, and you can pair multiple headsets to this base as well. The headset is paired, and of course is going to prompt you to connect to your USB, to your PC, or sync a phone device. Running through the menu, you do have Bluetooth options, and there are multiple ringtones as well.
And there is a little headset introduction, giving you the different options of where the mute button is located, where you can change the volume on the headset while you’re away from your device, a busy light on the ear, which is super cool, so people can leave you alone while you’re having your important conversations. Many people will appreciate that when working from home. Call control, you can engage and disengage from phone calls while away from the actual base station. You can also turn the volume up and down using the wheel as well. The industry-leading UC collaboration device, the Yealink WH 66 Binaural headset. If you’d like to check out this headset, or any other headset from the WH six series, please visit VoIP Thank you so much for tuning in, and we hope to hear from you soon.

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