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Plantronics and Jabra Wireless Headsets Compatible with Cisco IP Phones

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Plantronicss & Jabra Compatible Wireless Headsets for Cisco Unified IP Phones (models 6921, 6941, 6945, 6961, 7931G, 7940, 7940G, 7941, 7941G, 7942G, 7945, 7945G, 7960, 7960G, 7961, 7961G, 7965G, 7970, 7970G, 7971G, 7975G, 7985G, (8941, 8945, 8961, 9951, 9971)

(To see the complete list of compatible Cisco headsets GO HERE)

Cisco Phone Wireless Headsets

Plantronics & Jabra Wireless headsets are design to be installed into the “handset” jack (not the headset jack) of your Cisco IP phone. It does not work properly if you plug it into the headset jack. The headset jack is design for regular “wired” headsets. Please also see our Direct connect Cisco headset page to see some other recommended wireless headsets.

Plantronics Cisco Compatible Wireless Headsets: The following Plantronics wireless models are compatible:

Plantronics CS540 Wireless Headset, Convertible Headset

Plantronics CS530 Wireless Headset, Over the Ear Headset

Plantronics CS510 Wireless Headset, Monaural Headset

Plantronics CS520 Wireless Headset, Binaural Headset

Plantronics Savi W740 Wireless Headset, Convertible Headset

Plantronics Savi W710 Wireless Headset, Monaural Headset

Plantronics Savi W720 Wireless Headset, Binaural Headset

Plantronics Savi W730 Wireless Headset System, On-the-Ear only

If you wish to have remote answering, you will need a Plantronics HL10 Lifter.

If you have a newer Cisco IP Phone models 7975G, 7965G, 7945G, 7962G, and 7942G, you can use Plantronics APC-4 or Plantronics APC-42 as an alternative for remote answering, eliminating the need for a HL10 lifter. Also see our EHS cross reference table onTHIS PAGE.

If you have a Cisco 8941, 8945, 8945G, you can use the Plantronics Plantronics APC-82 EHS cable

If NOT using the HL10 handset Lifter or Hook Switch, you can use the headset button to answer the phone:

1. Install the headset remote base unit into the “headset port” on the Cisco phone. Do not unplug the phones handset.

2. Switch the compatibility dial on the left side of the base unit to position 4 and the Tx switch to position “A”.

3. Switch the “Intellistand” setting on the right side of the remote base unit to the down position. (The “=” sign)

4. Answer/End calls by lifting the headset out of the base and press the headset button on the phone.

GN Netcom/Jabra Cisco Compatible Wireless Headsets*: These wireless headsets are design to be installed into the “handset” port of your Cisco phone, even if you have a built-in headset port.

Jabra Pro 920 Wireless Headset System

Jabra Pro 925 Dual Connectivity Bluetooth Wireless Headset

Jabra Pro 9450 Wireless Headset System

Jabra Pro 9470 Wireless Headset

Jabra Pro 9460 Flex Wireless Headset

Jabra Pro 9465 Duo Wireless Headset

Jabra Motion Office UC Bluetooth Wireless Headset

GN 9125

GN 9125 Duo

* Jabra GN1000 RHL lifter is recommend if you need remote answering capabilities. If you have Cisco IP Phone models: 7942G, 7945G, 7962G, 7965G and 7975G, you can use the Jabra EHS cable. See the EHS table on our dedicated Cisco Headset Page

**Phone setup The phone must be set for “Wireless Headset Hookswitch Control” = Enabled Press the settings button on the phone (Checkbox Icon). Select “Device Configuration” >> Select “Media Configuration ”If “Wireless Headset Hookswitch Control” is “Disabled”, contact your telephone administrator.

Do you have an echo or sidetone problem with your Cisco IP phone using Plantronics wireless headset? The echo problem can be fixed by toggling the Handset/Headset monitor variable in Cisco Call Manager for this phone to ‘Disabled’. This will only route the call to the headset when the headset is used.

Expansion Modules (or sidecard). If the phone is equipped with a model 7914 expansion module: The Expansion module will be plugged into the telephone AUX connector Connect the APC-4 / APC-40 control connection into the expansion module Use a 40287-05 adapter to extend the APC-4/APC42 audio input to reach the headset jack on the phone.

For more detail information see Cisco Headset Installation Guide.

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