Don’t let wires hold you back. Get the ultimate workout with Jabra’s wireless sport earbuds that are sweat- and weatherproof.
Our headsets are designed for comfortable all-day wear. Never miss a call. Get clear, noise-free conversations wherever you are. Choose from many different wearing styles.
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Take your music anywhere with our music range. Our wireless headphones and speakers are made to move and intuitive to use.
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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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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:
If the Cisco telephone does NOT have a headset jack, follow these installation steps:
Digital Signal Processing is technology integrated in Jabra products to enhance audio quality and protect users from exposure to sound spikes.