Connecting 1 Headset to 2 Desk Phones


If for some reason you have and use 2 deskphones on your desk, and you would like to use 1 headset with your set up, you can use this GN/Netcom Y Training/Supervisor Cable While this cable is usually used for training, connecting 2 Jabra/GN Netcom headsets to 1 desk phone, it can also be reversed to connect 1 headset to 2 sources. Now with that being said, you still need 2 adapter cables for the respective phones. So once you have the adapter cables, the bottom of the Y will connect to your headset, and the 2 split cables will connect to the adapter cables, which will then be plugged into your desk phones. (Please contact us with compatibility questions) This is only compatible with GN/Netcom or Jabra headsets and adapter cables, there is no known solution for Plantronics unfortunately. For more information or compatibility, please contact Andrew @ 1-877-999-3838 or andrew@headsetplus.com The post Connecting 1 Headset to 2 Desk Phones appeared first on HeadsetPlus.com Blog.
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Different training cables and their uses


For many companies its important to have an experienced employee able to guide and train new employees on procedures and customer support. In order to do this a company needs to utilize three main items. The first is a headset and the second is a training cable and the third is either a bottom cable or an amplifier. There are three different companies that have training cables for use with corded headsets. Jabra/GN Netcom: 1) Y-training/Supervisor Cable:
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Different training cables and their uses


For many companies its important to have an experienced employee able to guide and train new employees on procedures and customer support. In order to do this a company needs to utilize three main items. The first is a headset and the second is a training cable and the third is either a bottom cable or an amplifier. There are three different companies that have training cables for use with corded headsets. Jabra/GN Netcom: 1) Y-training/Supervisor Cable:
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GN1000 Lifter Notes


If you have a Jabra/GN Wireless headset, and use it with a GN 1000 Remote Handset Lifter, you may wonder what the knob behind the device is.  The knob, when turned clockwise, or in the direction in which the arrow points, will increase the sensitivity of the sensor which let s your wireless headset know your phone is ringing.  The only repercussion with having it turned all the way up, is it may pick up other loud noises such as a sneeze or barking dog. There is also a button located to the front of the lifter that disables the ring tone function altogether. What signifies it being disabled is a flashing red light. The switch on top of the device, as you may already know, adjusts the height of which the lifter arm will raise your handset. That pretty much covers all the switches and buttons on your GN 1000 Remote Handset Lifter, also included with the lifter is an additional ring sensor, with tape, if your ringtone speaker is not located under your handset, you need to place this
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Connecting your Plantronics/Jabra/VXi headset to both your computer and desk phone


In order to stay on top of whats going on it is sometimes important to be connected to multiple devices. Today it is nearly impossible to find a business out there that does not utilize both computers and desk phones. For some people its important that they be able to use both at different times throughout the day. That s why Jabra and VXi have come out with PC/Phone switches that enable a user to connect their corded headsets to both devices. For Jabra their switch is called the Link 180:
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Using Plantronics H-series Headsets with Plantronics S12


For customers who have the Plantronics S12 telephone headset system, it can be frustrating having such limited options for corded headsets. Plantronics do make S12 replacement headsets however it only covers one ear and is not as comfortable as some of their other headsets. If you are a S12 user and want to try some of Plantronics other corded headsets you will need to get two items. The first is a Plantronics U10p cable: This cable will plug into the RJ9 jack where the S12 headset use to plug into. Once you have the U10P cable you can choose any Plantronics H-series headsets. I suggest trying out the newer HW500 series headsets such as the: Plantronics HW510:
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