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Help? Does the Avaya 4610SW IP need an amplifier to work with the Plantronics H261?

July 20th, 2009 No comments

Q: Does the H261 Headset require the use of an amplifier to work with the Avaya 4610SW IP?

A: The Avaya 4610SW IP Phone has a dedicated headset jack. For the H261 Headset to work with your phone, you will need the Plantronics HIC-1 (part # 49323-04) direct connect cable.  An amplifier is not necessary as this set-up uses the volume controls of your phone. This is a cost effective way to use a headset with the Avaya 4610SW IP phone.

Headset Voice Tubes

June 3rd, 2008 No comments

Do you keep hearing from your callers that your voice is not as clear as it used to be, or that it seems to be a little fuzzy? It could be, that your voice tube needs to be replaced. In fact Plantronics, the number 1 manufacturer of voice tube headsets recommends that you replace your voice tube every six months. The Plantronics 17593-01 Headset Voice Tube is used for H31, H41, H51 and H61. It helps provide a clear, crisp communication between you and your caller. If you have a newer headset, such as H81, H91, H101, H141, H171, H251, H261, H351 or an H361 we recommend the Plantronics 29960-01 Headset Voice Tube. Trying to clean the end of the tube rarely makes much of a difference. There is a small screen at the end of the tube that collects makeup, mustard and other stuff which gets caked in and is impossible to remove completely.