Headsets are a dynamically changing market, and manufacturers update their devices often. Users are advised to test any headset prior to purchase to ensure the devices functionality meets their needs.
Our goals are to provide basic functionality for any headset.
We recommend that users install the software that came with the headset if available. These programs supplied by the headset manufacturers can greatly improve the performance of headsets with Bria in most cases.
We try to support headsets both through the native drivers, and through the vendor software. Often, functionality is limited when not using the manufacturer's software.
Whether or not a headset is listed, it should have the basic functionality in Bria.
Extended and Advanced Functionality is usually supplied by the Headset Manufacturer's software.
We do maintain a large pool of devices, wired and wireless, that we test against.
We do as a matter of course test against our most current version.
We do not normally test new models of headsets against older version of the software.
We work closely with headset manufacturers to try to support a wide variety of headsets.
We do try to resolve all headset issues when reported to us or discovered through our testing.
For mobile devices we support headsets that connect via the audio jack or via Bluetooth only.
For Windows and OSX devices, we support headsets that connect via USB, Audio Jack or Bluetooth. We strongly recommend the use of the hardware manufacturer’s software to enable the widest range of features.
We actively test against versions of Windows 7 and higher and OSX 10.9 and higher.