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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
  • I can hear myself (echo)

  • I have distorted speaker sound

  • I have no sound at all in my headset

  • I have trouble hearing people

  • People cannot hear me at all

  • People have trouble hearing me

Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ - Top 5 questions

  • What basic parameters help to identify a phone that will work with a Jabra amplifier?

    The basic parameters to identify a phone that will work with a Jabra amplifier are the following:

    • The phone must be corded with a corded handset.
    • The phone's keypad must be in the base of the phone.

    For specific compatibility settings for any particular phone, please consult the Compatibility Guide available below.

    Please check Compatibility Guide

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  • Why does my headset hanger pole not light up?

    ​The on-line indicator pole will generally flash when there is sound detected in the headset, if the amplifer is muted, or when powering up the amplifier for the first time. It also requires either batteries or a power supply to work. Check that the headset is still functioning. Be sure that the pole is fully inserted into the back of the amplifier box. Please note that the on-line indicator is included with all amplifier/headset packages. Except for the Jabra GN8210; the on-line indicator pole is not a standard item with the Jabra GN8000 or the Jabra GN8050. 

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  • How do I install an amplifier to a Cisco IP telephone?

    ​First check if the Cisco telephone has a RJ9 headset jack. If so, it is advantageous to use this jack for the ease of the call handling process. Follow these installation steps:

    1. Install the connection cord, that came with the amplifier, from the amplifiers "telephone icon" jack to the Cisco phones' headset jack.
    2. Install the quick disconnect cord in the amplifiers headset jack and the other appropriate end to the headsets' quick disconnect cord.
    3. Install batteries (if applicable) into the amplifiers battery compartment or plug in the optional AC power supply.
    4. With the amplifiers' lid opened, adjust the "battery saving feature" switch (if applicable) and the blue transmit volume knob.
    5. Below the battery compartment; adjust the compatibility switch to "B" and close the lid.
    6. Move the headset/handset (or phone/pc) toggle switch to headset/phone mode and make sure the mute toggle switch is not set on mute.  As long as the Cisco phone is programmed for headset use; you are now ready to use the headset by pressing the Cisco phones' headset button.  

     

    If the Cisco telephone does NOT have a headset jack, follow these installation steps:

    1. Unplug the Cisco telephone receiver handset cord from the base of the Cisco phone.
    2. Install the connection cord, that came with the amplifier, from the amplifiers "telephone icon" jack to the Cisco phones' handset jack.
    3. Install the Cisco telephones handset into the handset icon jack of the amplifier and then hang the handset receiver back on the phone.
    4. Install the quick disconnect cord in the amplifiers headset jack and the other appropriate end to the headsets' quick disconnect cord.
    5. Install batteries (if applicable) into the amplifiers battery compartment or plug in the optional AC power supply.
    6. With the amplifiers' lid opened, adjust the "battery saving feature" switch (if applicable) and the blue transmit volume knob.Below the battery compartment; adjust the compatibility switch to "A" and close the lid.
    7. Move the headset/handset (or phone/pc) toggle switch to headset/phone mode and make sure the mute toggle switch is not set on mute.Lift the Cisco telephone handset receiver off the phone and you should have dialtone in the headset.  

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  • What is Digital Signal Processing (DSP)?

    ​Digital Signal Processing is technology integrated in Jabra products to enhance audio quality and protect users from exposure to sound spikes.

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FAQ - all questions

  • Compatibility

    • What basic parameters help to identify a phone that will work with a Jabra amplifier?

      The basic parameters to identify a phone that will work with a Jabra amplifier are the following:

      • The phone must be corded with a corded handset.
      • The phone's keypad must be in the base of the phone.

      For specific compatibility settings for any particular phone, please consult the Compatibility Guide available below.

      Please check Compatibility Guide

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  • Technologies

    • What is Digital Signal Processing (DSP)?

      ​Digital Signal Processing is technology integrated in Jabra products to enhance audio quality and protect users from exposure to sound spikes.

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  • Troubleshooting - Amplifier

    • How do I install an amplifier to a Cisco IP telephone?

      ​First check if the Cisco telephone has a RJ9 headset jack. If so, it is advantageous to use this jack for the ease of the call handling process. Follow these installation steps:

      1. Install the connection cord, that came with the amplifier, from the amplifiers "telephone icon" jack to the Cisco phones' headset jack.
      2. Install the quick disconnect cord in the amplifiers headset jack and the other appropriate end to the headsets' quick disconnect cord.
      3. Install batteries (if applicable) into the amplifiers battery compartment or plug in the optional AC power supply.
      4. With the amplifiers' lid opened, adjust the "battery saving feature" switch (if applicable) and the blue transmit volume knob.
      5. Below the battery compartment; adjust the compatibility switch to "B" and close the lid.
      6. Move the headset/handset (or phone/pc) toggle switch to headset/phone mode and make sure the mute toggle switch is not set on mute.  As long as the Cisco phone is programmed for headset use; you are now ready to use the headset by pressing the Cisco phones' headset button.  

       

      If the Cisco telephone does NOT have a headset jack, follow these installation steps:

      1. Unplug the Cisco telephone receiver handset cord from the base of the Cisco phone.
      2. Install the connection cord, that came with the amplifier, from the amplifiers "telephone icon" jack to the Cisco phones' handset jack.
      3. Install the Cisco telephones handset into the handset icon jack of the amplifier and then hang the handset receiver back on the phone.
      4. Install the quick disconnect cord in the amplifiers headset jack and the other appropriate end to the headsets' quick disconnect cord.
      5. Install batteries (if applicable) into the amplifiers battery compartment or plug in the optional AC power supply.
      6. With the amplifiers' lid opened, adjust the "battery saving feature" switch (if applicable) and the blue transmit volume knob.Below the battery compartment; adjust the compatibility switch to "A" and close the lid.
      7. Move the headset/handset (or phone/pc) toggle switch to headset/phone mode and make sure the mute toggle switch is not set on mute.Lift the Cisco telephone handset receiver off the phone and you should have dialtone in the headset.  

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  • Other

    • Why does my headset hanger pole not light up?

      ​The on-line indicator pole will generally flash when there is sound detected in the headset, if the amplifer is muted, or when powering up the amplifier for the first time. It also requires either batteries or a power supply to work. Check that the headset is still functioning. Be sure that the pole is fully inserted into the back of the amplifier box. Please note that the on-line indicator is included with all amplifier/headset packages. Except for the Jabra GN8210; the on-line indicator pole is not a standard item with the Jabra GN8000 or the Jabra GN8050. 

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User Manual English PDF 5,9 MB Download