Posts Tagged ‘wireless’

How to setup the Plantronics CS540 wireless office headset.

August 17th, 2011 No comments

The Plantronics CS540 wireless headset is the latest in wireless headset technology showcasing a new design and improved performance. The CS540 convertible headset will be replacing the popular Plantronics CS55 wireless headset. Please see the following video for setup instructions for the CS540 wireless headset:

For more information: Plantronics CS540 Wireless Office Headset

New Savi Series Of Headsets from Plantronics – One Headset for Desk Phone, Mobile & PC.

July 20th, 2011 No comments

New Savi Series Of Headsets from Plantronics – One Headset for Desk Phone, Mobile & PC.

For more information, Plantronics Savi Office Headsets

New Technology In Bluetooth Mobile Headsets

July 14th, 2011 No comments

For more information, visit: Plantronics Voyager Pro B230 Bluetooth Headset

AltiGen’s IP720 VoIP phone works with Plantronics Wireless Headsets

July 16th, 2009 No comments

VoIP Phone The IP720 (Part # ALTI-IP720) is a new design with enhanced look and feel base on IP710. The IP720 includes an embedded Plantronics Serial Bus (PSB) port for Plantronics wireless headset control. Therefore, no lifter is required when Plantronics wireless headset is connected to the PSB port. The Plantronics wireless headset support feature allows the user to answer and end calls remotely from the headset (No HL10 needed). The PSB port accessory cable is included with the phone. Compatible Wireless Office Headset Systems include: Savi™ Office, CS55™, CS70N™ and SupraPlus® Wireless.

Help? We have Plantronics headsets at work and I am trying to figure out if the amplifier will work with most plantronics cordless headsets stations.

June 29th, 2009 No comments

The model of amplifier will determine it’s interchangeability. However, the Plantronics corded amplifier is not normally designed to work together with cordless / wireless stations, although if they’re used on different phones, they can be used on the same phone system. Another possibility is our training adapter, primarily used for training purposes but does allow you to toggle between corded and wireless headsets. The headsets used with the corded amplifier are compatible with the older Plantronics CA10 cordless base because of the quick disconnect feature but the CA10 is now discontinued and only available as a reconditioned unit.

Great Voyager Pro Review

May 6th, 2009 No comments

Keith Shaw with Network World gives some great insight on the Plantronics Voyager Pro.

Hands-free Solutions for Teleworkers

May 4th, 2009 No comments

Whether your outfitting your employees to work remotely for short periods of time or permanently, Plantronics offers a robust suite of hands-free communications solutions optimized with business-class sound. Help your employees choose the solution that is right for them, based on mode of communication (home phone, PC, mobile phone), level of mobility needed and short-term or long-term use. For short-term situations, you should also consider a more robust solution that can be brought back into the office environment once the worker discontinues teleworking.

A few examples:


3-in-1 Corded Headset


Cordless Phone
Mobile Phone

Those looking for a single, economic headset for multiple modes of communication 

+ Small and portable

+ Noise reduction with WindSmart®

+ USB adapter for PC use




.Audio™ 750

Multi-use PC Headset



Those using a PC for voice communications as well as streaming audio

+ DSP digitally enhanced audio

+ Quick adjust microphone

+ Connects via USB or analog ports


Plantronics Discovery® 665

Bluetooth® Headset


Mobile Phone

Those who rely primarily on their mobile phone for communications

+ AudioIQ® enhances sound experience on both sides of the call

+ Comfortable fit customizable with 3 sizes of eartips



USB Audio Processor/Corded Headset



Those looking for a robust PC/UC solution.  It can be brought back into the office for use with PCs or pair with a Plantronics Audio Processor for telephony use

AUDIO PROCESSOR+ USB Plug and Play+ Inline controls including volume and mute


+ Gold standard in comfort and performance

+ Ultra-noise-canceling microphone for clearer voice transmission

+ Hi-Fi stereo audio

Calisto® Pro

USB/Cordless Phone with Integrated BT Headset


Cordless Phone
Mobile Phone

Those looking for value and convenience of one phone system supporting IP softphone, landline or mobile calls

+ Secure DECT™ 6.0 technology

+ Up to 300′ range

+ Supports caller ID/call waiting and voicemail


+ Best-in-class noise-canceling microphone

+ Up to 8 hours talk time


How to “Pair” your replacement CS351N headset to your base.

May 1st, 2009 No comments

article_cs351n_subscribe51If you ever lost or needed to replace your Plantronics CS351N headset, you will need to “Pair” it to the base.  Unfortunately, there are no instruction included with your replacement headset and it’s not as easy as placing it in the base.  Click here for pairing your Plantronics CS351N wireless headset so you can be up and going in a few minutes.

Static and Crackling in your CS55?

April 29th, 2009 No comments

article_cs55_rest1On occasion you will need to “Reset” your CS55 wireless headset.  CS55 Reset Instructions will get you back to a clear conversation in less than 30 seconds.

Heard of Magic Jack ?

April 22nd, 2009 2 comments

No, I’m not talking about some guy in your neighborhood…  I’m refering to a little USB device that kinda looks like a flashdrive but it has an RJ11 phone jack that will let you use a standard telephone through your computer.  So basically, you would unplug your phone from the wall jack and plug it into this device.  This is just another way of saving money on your phone bill, especially long distance charges, by talking over the internet.


magic-jackWant to use a headset with this device ?  Well it’s as easy as… Magic! (Top hats and rabbits are optional)  You have a couple of different ways that you can connect a headset when using MagicJack.  You can of course get a headset that will work with the phone that you are using with the device, or if you don’t want to use a regular telephone at all, you can get any headset that will plug into your computer because MagicJack also has…  (wait for it…)  TADA.  A softphone!  Now on a serious note, one thing that you may want to keep in mind when considering these “over the internet phone devices” is that some of them do not have to offer 911 services.  Just something that you may want to verify for your area if you are thinking of getting one of these devices.  Or, just be sure to have a “911 backup”.


So if you’re looking for an alternative to SKYPE or Vonage, MagicJack just may do the trick!