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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
  • I cannot answer/end desk phone calls via the headset

    1. ​In order to answer/end desk phone calls on the headset, you either need an Electronic Hook Switch adapter or a Jabra GN1000 remote handset lifter

      Be aware that Electronic Hook Switch is only supported on selected desk phones. If you are not sure if your desk phone is supported or you do not know how to set this up, please contact the relevant people responsible for the telephony within your company.
    2. Make sure that you chosen the correct EHS mode on the headset base during installation

      Procedure:

      1. Press and hold deskphone button for 6 seconds:
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      2. Select the appropriate EHS setting for your deskphone:
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      3. Press and hold deskphone button for 6 seconds to save configuration:

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    3. If you have a Jabra GN1000, please make sure that you have plugged the desk phone handset correctly into the headset base, and connected the headset base into the handset port on the desk phone

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    4. If you have a Jabra GN1000, please make sure that you have connected the Jabra GN1000 correctly into the AUX port on the headset base

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    5. If you have a Jabra GN1000, please make sure that you have adjusted the Jabra GN1000 to lift handset high enough, so you can get audio from desk phone

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  • I have distorted speaker sound

    1. This could be because the speaker volume setting is too high

      Adjust the volume accordingly down on your desk phone, soft phone and/or on the headset, until your find a lower, but better setting. WD_33.JPG
  • I have no sound at all in my headset

    1. Make sure that you have power on the headset base

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    2. Make sure that your headset is turned on

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    3. Make sure your headset is fully charged

      Charge time is up to 2 hours.
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    4. Try to reset the headset and the headset base

      Procedure:

      1. Place the headset in the headset base.
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      2. Remove the power supply cable from the headset base.
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      3. Remove the headset from the headset base.
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      4. Slide the battery of the headset.
      5. Slide the battery back on.
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      6. Put the headset back in the headset base.
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      7. Reconnect the power supply cable to the headset base. The four battery indicators on the headset base will flash once simultaneously.
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      8. Please leave the headset in the base until at least one of the four battery indicators permanently lights up. If the battery is empty this can take up to half an hour.
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  • I have trouble hearing people

    1. Turn up the speaker volume on the headset

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  • People cannot hear me at all

    1. Make sure that the microphone mute button on the headset is not activated

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  • People have trouble hearing me

    1. Make sure that the microphone boom arm is directed down towards your mouth

Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ - Top 5 questions

  • Why is the audio not clear when I use my desk phone?

    ​The settings for the Dial Tone Switch and the volume of the microphone must match the settings on your desk phone. Refer to the user manual to set up the Jabra headset correctly.

    Alternatively, you can verify with the Jabra Compatibility Guide to find the correct settings for your desk phone.

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  • How do I get rid of the echo in my headset?

    The audio level of the microphone on your Jabra headset should approximately match the audio level of your desk phone. If you are hearing an echo, the volume of the microphone on the headset may be set too high. Try to decrease the volume, one step at a time, while you are talking. As the volume of the microphone decreases, the echo will also decrease or be eliminated.

    Refer to the user manual of your Jabra headset to see where to adjust the volume of the microphone.

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  • How do I reset the connection between the headset and base on my Jabra GN93x0e?

    To reset the connection between your Jabra GN93x0e headset and base, use the following steps. Note that the base will not be restored to the factory default.

    1. Dock your Jabra GN93x0e in the base.



    2. Disconnect the power supply cable from the base.
    3. Remove your Jabra GN93x0e from the base.



    4. Remove the battery pack by sliding the back side of the speaker housing downward.
    5. Replace the battery pack. The LED on the headset turns blue for 2 seconds.



    6. Dock your Jabra GN93x0e in the base, and then reconnect the power supply cable. The four LEDs on the base flash green once. After 5 seconds, the LED on the headset flashes blue once.



    7. Your Jabra GN93x0e is now reset and is ready for use again.

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  • How do I change the wireless range on the Jabra GN9330e and Jabra GN9330e USB?

    To change the wireless range settings, follow these steps:

    1. Place your Jabra headset on the base.



    2. Press the Phone button on the GN 9330e, or the PC button on the GN9330e USB, for approximately 6 seconds until the online display (blue LED) on the headset starts to flash.
    3. Press the Phone button to set the range of your headset. You can view the current setting in the charge display (yellow LED). The settings indicate the following ranges:

      • Normal = up to 120m
      • Low = up to 60m
      • Very Low = up to 25m​​

    GN9330e:




    GN9330e USB:

    With the Jabra GN9330e USB, you can also select the bandwidth range settings, from narrowband (300Hz -3400 Hz) to wideband (150Hz-6800Hz).




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  • Does the Jabra GN9300 Series support conference calls?

    ​Yes, the Jabra GN9350 and Jabra GN9350e support conference calls. However, the Jabra GN9330 and Jabra GN9330e do not support this feature.

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  • Setup for Desk Phones

    • How to connect my Jabra GN9330e with Avaya IP 2410, IP 5410, IP 6416D, IP 6416M, 6424D, 6424M

      Prerequisite:

      Jabra GN9330e + Jabra LINK 14201-20

      In combination with one of the following Avaya phones:

      • IP 2410
      • IP 5410
      • IP 6416D+M/ 6424D+M

       

      Connection:

      1. Insert the supplied RJ10 to RJ10 connection cable into the socket of your Jabra GN9350 base marked "phone" and the other end into the socket of the EHS adapter marked with the “phone” symbol.
      2. Now connect the end of the RJ12 to RJ12 connection cable (EHS adapter) marked in red with the socket of the EHS adapter marked with "AUX" and the socket of your Jabra GN9350 base marked with "AUX".
      3. Now connect the white RJ10 to RJ10 connection cable marked with "A" to the socket of the EHS adapter marked with "Headset/Handset" and with the “headset” socket of your phone.
        Important: For 6416D+M/6424D+M phone use the cable marked white with "B" (instead of the "C" cable).
      4. Connect the dial tone sensor with the EHS adapter and attach it to the center on the phone’s speaker.

       


      Software setup:

      Put the headset into the base and activate the “DHSG” mode.

      Hold down the “phone” button on the base of the Jabra GN9330e for approx. 6 seconds until the online display (blue LED) on the headset starts to flash. The current software is displayed to you by activating the volume controller in the form of the charge display (yellow LED).

      LEDs from left to right:

      LED 1 = RHL
      LED 2 = DHSG
      LED 3 = AEI
      LED 4 = MSH

      Thereafter you can switch into the different software modes (LED 1-4) with the “volume” controller on the headset. To confirm the software has successfully installed, the base automatically switches back to charge mode after approx. 15 seconds.

       

      Base setup:

      Set the phone setup switch (A-G) to "A".

       

      Headset answer/end:

      As soon as the dial tone signal can be heard in the headset, you can answer the call by pressing the ”answer/end” button on the headset; by pressing again the call is ended.


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    • How to connect my Jabra GN9330e with Cisco 7942 G, 7945 G, 7962 G, 7965 G, 7975 G

      Prerequisite:

      Jabra GN9330e + Jabra LINK 14201-16 (HHC-Adapter)

      In combination with one of the following phones:

      • Cisco 7942 G
      • Cisco 7945 G
      • Cisco 7962 G
      • Cisco 7965 G
      • Cisco 7975 G

      System:

      • Cisco Unified Call Manager (CUCM)
      • Cisco Call Manager Express (CME) from version 4.1 and phone firmware 8.3.3. When downloading (Cisco) the required IOC version will be marked.

      Remote call control is also possible in combination with the expansion modules 7915 and 7916.

       

      Connection:

      Important: The following prerequisites must be met in order to use the remote call control:

      Voip-phones SCCP (Cisco protocols) require the phone firmware 8.3(3) and the Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM), from release 3.3. 4.0, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 5.0, 6.0,7.0 and 8.0.

      SIP phones require the phone firmware 8.3(3) and the Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) from release 5.0, 5.1, 6.0, 7.0 and 8.0.

      Important: Please note that remote call control for the Jabra GN9330e is only supported from version "L" or the Date code 9/09.

      1. Take the supplied RJ10 to RJ10 connection cable of the Jabra GN9330e and insert into the “headset” interface of your Cisco phone and the other end into the Jabra GN9330e base socket marked with the “phone” symbol.
      2. Connect the HHC adapter to the "AUX" socket of your Cisco phone and the "AUX" interface of your GN9330e base.

       

      Software setup:

      Put the headset into the base and activate the “DHSG” mode.

      Hold down the “phone” button on the base of the Jabra GN9330e for approx. 6 seconds until the online display (blue LED) on the headset starts to flash. The current software is displayed to you by activating the volume controller in the form of the charge display (green LED).

      LEDs from left to right:

      LED 1 = RHL
      LED 2 = DHSG
      LED 3 = AEI
      LED 4 = MSH

      Thereafter, you can switch into the different software modes (LED 1-4) with the “volume” controller on the headset. To confirm the software has successfully installed, the base automatically switches back to charge mode after approx. 15 seconds.

       

      Base setup:

      Set the phone setup switch (A-G) to "B".

       

       

      Headset answer/end:

      As soon as the dial tone signal can be heard in the headset, you can answer the call by pressing the “”answer/end”” button on the headset; by pressing again the call is ended.

       

       

      Communication Manager setup:


      Under the option "Phones", the "Wireless Headset Hookswitch Control" ”answer/end” must be enabled for each terminal phone.

       

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    • How to connect Jabra my GN9330e with Nortel IP 1120E, 1140E, 1150E, 1165E

      Prerequisite:

      Jabra GN9330e + Jabra LINK 14201-32

      In combination with one of the following phones:

      • Nortel IP 1120E
      • Nortel IP 1140E
      • Nortel IP 1150E
      • Nortel IP 1165E

      from Firmware release 3.1 for IP phones

       

      Connection:

      1.  Connect the 1-sided end (USB plug) of the EHS adapter to the USB socket of your phone set.
      2.  Plug the RJ10 plug into the socket marked with a “phone” symbol and the RJ45 plug into the socket marked with "AUX" on the base.

       

      Software setup:

      Put the headset into the base and activate “DHSG” mode.

      Hold down the “phone” button on the base of the Jabra GN9330e for approx. 6 seconds until the online display (blue LED) on the headset starts to flash. The current software is displayed to you by activating the volume controller in the form of the charge display (yellow LED).

      LEDs from left to right:

      LED 1 = RHL
      LED 2 = DHSG
      LED 3 = AEI
      LED 4 = MSH

      Thereafter, you can switch into the different software modes (LED 1-4) with the “volume” controller on the headset. To confirm the software has successfully installed, the base automatically switches back to charge mode after approx. 15 seconds.

       

      Base setup:

      Set the phone setup switch (A-G) to "A".

       

       

      Microphone level setup:

      Please call someone with the headset.

      If the other party cannot hear you well or just faintly, activate the volume controller at the base until you can be understood clearly.

       

      Headset answer/end:

      As soon as the dial tone signal can be heard in the headset, you can answer the call by pressing the ”answer/end” button on the headset; by pressing again the call is ended.

       

      Phone setup:

      Press the "Service" button twice > Preset >Headsets > USB 

      In addition, you must activate the menu option "Enable HID Commands", see below.

       

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    • How to connect my Jabra GN9330e with Siemens OpenStage 30, 40, 60, 80

      Prerequisite:

      Jabra GN9330e + Jabra LINK 14201-10

      In combination with one of the following phones:

      • OpenScape 30 / 40 / 60 / 80

      Important:

      Please note that Remote Call Control is only supported by the Jabra GN9330e from version "L" or from date code 9/09.

      Connection:

      1. Plug the 1-sided end of the DHSG cable marked blue into the socket marked with a “ headset” symbol on your phone.
      2.  Plug the RJ10 plug into the socket with the “phone” symbol and the RJ45 plug into the socket on the Jabra GN9330e base marked with "AUX".


      EHS setup:

      1. Place the headset on the base and activate “ DHSG” mode.
      2. Hold down the “phone” button on the base of the Jabra GN9330e for approx. 6 seconds until the online display (blue LED) on the headset starts to flash. The current EHS is displayed to you by activating the speaker controller in the form of the charge display (green LED).


      LEDs from left to right:

      LED 1 = RHL
      LED 2 = DHSG
      LED 3 = AEI
      LED 4 = MSH

      Thereafter, you can switch into the different EHS modes (LED 1-4) with the “ volume” controller on the headset. To confirm the EHS has successfully installed, the base automatically switches back to charge mode after approx. 15 seconds.

      Base setup:

      Set the phone set-up switch (A-G) to " A".




      Answer/end calls on the headset:

      Once the dial tone signal can be heard in the headset, you can answer the call by pressing the " Answer/end" button on the headset, while pressing it again will end the call.




      Phone setup:

      Important: For equipment EHS 3.18, the headset operation must be set up additionally at the phone.

      OpenStage 40: Menu > Audio accessories > Headset > Cordless

      OpenStage 60/80: Menu > User > Audio > Settings > Headset > Cordless

      Important: The dial tone signal in the headset is transmitted only if the standard ring tones are used on your phone. There is no dial tone signal transfer for mp3 ring tones.

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    • How to connect my Jabra GN9330e with Siemens Opti Point 410, 420, 500, 600

      Prerequisite:

      Jabra GN9350 + Jabra LINK 14201-10 + Acoustic-Adapter (only available from Siemens)

      In combination with one of the following phones:

      • Opti Point 410 standard / advance
      • Opti Point 420 standard / advance
      • Opti Point 500 basic / standard / advance
      • Opti Point 600

       + Opti Point Acoustic Adapter:

      • min. Version number for: S30817-K7110-B508 -10
      • min. Version number for: S30817-K7110-N508 -1

       + HiPath phone system:

      • HiPath 500 from V.5
      • HiPath 1220 from V2.1 Build 032
      • HiPath 2000 from V1.0
      • HiPath 3000 from V3 SMR 14
      • HiPath 3000 from V4 SMR 7
      • HiPath 4000 from V1

       

      Important: If any of the components are missing remote call control will not work.

       

      Connection:

      Important: Please note that remote call control for the Jabra GN9330e is only supported from version "L" or Date code 9/09.

      1. Plug the 1-sided end of the DHSG cable marked blue into the socket of the OptiPoint Acoustic Adapter marked with the “headset” symbol.
      2. Insert the split end of the DHSG cable into the Jabra GN9330e base. Plug the RJ10 plug into the socket marked with a “phone” symbol and the RJ45 plug into the socket on the Jabra GN9330e marked "AUX".

       

      Software setup:

      Put the headset into the base and activate the “DHSG” mode.

      Hold down the “phone” button on the base of the Jabra GN9330e for approx. 6 seconds until the online display (blue LED) on the headset starts to flash. The current software is displayed to you by activating the volume controller in the form of the charge display (green LED).

      LEDs from left to right:

      LED 1 = RHL
      LED 2 = DHSG
      LED 3 = AEI
      LED 4 = MSH

      Thereafter, you can switch into the different software modes (LED 1-4) with the “volume” controller on the headset. To confirm the software has successfully installed, the base automatically switches back to charge mode after approx. 15 seconds.

       

      Base setup:

      Set the phone setup switch (A-G) to "A".

       

       

       

      Microphone level setup:

      Please call someone with the headset.

      If the other party cannot hear you well or just faintly, activate the volume controller at the base until you can be understood clearly.

       

      Phone setup:

      Important: As soon as the headset is connected + setup, a reset must be performed on the OptiPoint, for the EHS function to activate.

      An optional headset button can be installed over the phone menu (combination: *91 > Select Button > Change Button > Headset > OK).

       

      Headset answer/end:

      As soon as the dial tone signal can be heard in the headset, you can answer the call by pressing the ”answer/end” on the headset; by pressing again the call is ended.

       

       

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    • How to connect my Jabra GN9330e with Alcatel IP Touch 4028 EE, 4038 EE, 4068 EE

      Prerequisite:

      GN Jabra 9330e + Jabra LINK 14201-20

      In combination with one of the following phones:

      • IP Touch 4028 EE
      • IP Touch 4038 EE
      • IP Touch 4068 EE

      EE = Extended Edition

       

      Connection:

      Connect the EHS adapter to the Jabra GN9330e base as follows:

      1. Insert the supplied RJ10 to RJ10 connection cable into the socket of your Jabra GN9330e base marked "phone" and the other end into the socket of the EHS adapter marked with the “phone” symbol.
      2. Now connect the end of the RJ45 to RJ45 connection cable (EHS adapter) marked in red with the socket of the EHS adapter marked with "AUX" and the socket of your Jabra GN9330e base marked with "AUX".
      3. Now connect the white RJ10 to the 3.5 mm jack connection cable marked "D" to the socket of the EHS adapter marked with "Headset/Handset" and with the headset socket of your phone.
      4. Now connect the orange RJ12 to RJ12 connection cable marked with "A" to the socket of the EHS adapter marked with "COM" and with the "bell" socket of your phone.

      Please note that full functionality is only available when all the color-marked parts of the cables are inserted into the EHS adapter, see photo.

      Put the headset into the base and activate the “DHSG” mode.

      Hold down the “phone” button on the base of the Jabra GN9330e for approx. 6 seconds until the online display (blue LED) on the headset starts to flash. The current software is displayed to you by activating the volume controller in the form of the charge display (green LED).

      LEDs from left to right:

      LED 1 = RHL
      LED 2 = DHSG
      LED 3 = AEI
      LED 4 = MSH

      Thereafter, you can switch into the different software modes (LED 1-4) with the “volume” controller on the headset. To confirm the software has successfully installed, the base automatically switches back to charge mode after approx. 15 seconds.

       

      Base setup:

      Set the phone setup switch (A-G) to "A".

       

      Headset answer/end:

      As soon as the dial tone signal can be heard in the headset, you can answer the call by pressing the ”answer/end” button on the headset; by pressing again the call is ended.

       

      Phone setup with system software version 9.xx and higher:

      No settings are required on the phone for the use of a headset. Following the correct adaptation of the audio jack, a headset symbol should appear in the “phone display”. If the headset symbol does not appear, please check the following settings:

      Menu> Settings> Phone> Audio Jack> Select / Activate Headset.

       

      Phone setup with system software below version 9.xx:

      Important: The “Force Headset” function must not be activated on the phone, as otherwise it will not be possible to accept external calls.

      Menu> Settings> Phone> Audio Jack> Force Headset OFF

      Menu> Settings> Phone> Socket > Activate Headset

       

      Dial tone transfer / phone setup:

      Important: The dial tone signal in the headset is only transmitted if one of the following ringtones is used, e.g., Standard / Classic / Cold River / Dooing-Dooing. > Menu> Settings> Dial Tone > Internal / External

      Should the dial tone signal transfer not work although you have setup the correct ringtone, please check the following settings:

      Menu > Settings > Phone > Internal/External, More Options

      No sound, Progressive, Beeps> all points must be set to "OFF".

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    • How to connect my Jabra GN9330e with Avaya 2420, 4610, 4620, 4621, 4622, 4625, 4630, 5420, 5610, 5620, 5621, 5625

      Prerequisite:

      Jabra GN9330e + Jabra LINK 14201-19

      In combination with one of the following Avaya phones:

      • 2420 from Callmanager Software 4.0 and up
      • 4610 / 4620 / 4621 / 4622 / 4625 from Firmware 1.8
      • 4630 / 5420 / 5610 / 5620 / 5621 / 5625“

       

      Connection:

      Important: Please note that Remote Call Control for the Jabra GN9330e is only supported from version "L" or the Date code 9/09.

      1. Remove your phone’s network cable.
      2. Connect the EHS adapter to the "EU24/ ADJ" socket of your Avaya phone and the "AUX" interface to your Jabra GN9330e base.
      3. Now insert the 4-pin connection cable into the base socket of the Jabra GN9330e marked with the “phone” and the other end into the “headset” interface of your phone.
      4. Now you can reconnect the network cable to your phone.

       

      Software setup:

      Put the headset into the base and activate the “DHSG” mode.

      Hold down the “phone” button on the base of the Jabra GN9330e for approx. 6 seconds until the online display (blue LED) on the headset starts to flash. The current software is displayed to you by activating the volume controller in the form of the charge display (yellow LED).

      LEDs from left to right:

      LED 1 = RHL
      LED 2 = DHSG
      LED 3 = AEI
      LED 4 = MSH

      Thereafter, you can switch into the different software modes (LED 1-4) with the “volume” controller on the headset. To confirm the software has successfully installed, the base automatically switches back to charge mode after approx. 15 seconds.

       

      Base setup:

      Set the phone setup switch (A-G) to "A".

       

      Headset answer/end:

      As soon as the dial tone signal can be heard in the headset, you can answer the call by pressing the ”answer/end” button on the headset; by pressing again the call is ended.

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    • How to connect my Jabra GN9330e with Aastra 6753i, 6755i, 6757i

      Prerequisite:

      Jabra GN9330e + Jabra LINK 14201-10 + Aastra DHSG Cable Kit (only available from Aastra)

      In combination with one of the following phones:

      • Aastra 53i / 55i / 57i / 57iCT
      • Aastra 6753i / 6755i / 6757i / 6757i CT

      From phone firmware 2.5.1.2000 or higher.

       

      Connection:

      Important: Please note that remote call control for the Jabra GN9330e is supported from version "L" or the Date code 9/09.

      Aastra DHSG cable:

       


      1. Insert the split end of the Aastra DHSG cable into your phone as follows. The RJ10 plug (marked green) into the “headset” socket and the RJ45 plug (marked yellow) into the socket for the expansion module/ expansion modules.

      2. Plug the 1-sided end of the Aastra DHSG cable marked in blue into the RJ45 adapter.

       

      GN Netcom DHSG cable:


      1. Now plug the 1-sided of the GN Netcom DHSG cable marked in blue into the free socket of the RJ45 adapter.
      2. Plug the RJ10 plug into the socket marked with a “phone” symbol and the RJ45 plug into the base socket of the Jabra GN9330e marked with "AUX".

       

      Software setup:

      Put the headset into the base and activate the “DHSG” mode.

      Hold down the “phone” button on the base of the Jabra GN9330e for approx. 6 seconds until the online display (blue LED) on the headset starts to flash. The current software is displayed to you by activating the volume controller in the form of the charge display (green LED).

      LEDs from left to right:

      LED 1 = RHL
      LED 2 = DHSG
      LED 3 = AEI
      LED 4 = MSH

      Thereafter, you can switch into the different software modes (LED 1-4) with the “volume” controller on the headset. To confirm the software has successfully installed, the base automatically switches back to charge mode after approx. 15 seconds.

       

      Base setup:

      Set the phone setup switch (A-G) to "A".

       

      Phone setup:

      In version 2.5.1.2000 the DHSG mode is disabled by default and must be activated via the Aastra.cfg or mac.cfg with the command dhsg:1.

      From version 2.5.2 Options> Preferences> Audio Settings> DHSG > On

      The audio mode must be set to "Headset/Speaker" in the phone settings: Options > Preferences > Audio Settings > Audio Mode > Headset/Speaker.

      Remote call control in combination with an expansion keypad is not supported!

       

      Headset answer/end:

      As soon as the dial tone signal can be heard in the headset, you can answer the call by pressing the ”answer/end” button on the headset; by pressing again the call is ended.

       

       

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    • How to connect my Jabra GN9330e with Aastra Office 70 and 80 or Aastra 5370 and 5380

      Prerequisite:

      Jabra GN9330e + Jabra LINK 14201-10

      In combination with one of the following phones:

      • Office 70 / 70 IP or 5370 IP
      • Office 80 / 80 IP or 5380 IP

       

      Connection:

      Important: Please note that remote call control for the Jabra GN9330e is only supported from version "L" or the Date code 9/09.

      1. Plug the 1-sided end of the DHSG cable marked blue into the socket of your phone marked with the “headset” symbol.
      2. Insert the split end of the DHSG cable into the Jabra GN9330e base. Plug the RJ10 plug into the socket marked with a  “phone” symbol and the RJ45 plug into the base socket of the Jabra GN9330e marked with "AUX".

       

      Software setup:

      Put the headset into the base and activate the "DHSG” mode.

      Hold down the “phone” button on the base of the Jabra GN9330e for approx. 6 seconds until the online display (blue LED) on the headset starts to flash. The current software is displayed to you by activating the volume controller in the form of the charge display (green LED).

      LEDs from left to right:

      LED 1 = RHL
      LED 2 = DHSG
      LED 3 = AEI
      LED 4 = MSH

      Thereafter, you can switch into the different software modes (LED 1-4) with the “volume” controller on the headset. To confirm the software has successfully installed, the base automatically switches back to charge mode after approx. 15 seconds.

       

      Base setup:

      Set the phone setup switch (A-G) to "A".

       

       

      Phone setup:

      Menu > User> Settings > Audio > Headset ON

      From Release 7.9: Menu> Settings> Audio> Headset> Headset ON

       

      Headset answer/end:

      As soon as the dial tone signal can be heard in the headset, you can answer the call by pressing the ”answer/end” on the headset; by pressing again the call is ended.

       

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    • How to connect my Jabra GN9330e with Aastra Open Phone 63 and 65

      Prerequisite:

      Jabra GN9330e + Jabra 8800-00-93 + AZ – Adapter (available from Aastra / DeTeWe)

      In combination with one of the following phones:

      • Open Phone 63 / 65

      System:

      • Open Com 100 from Software 5.2
      • Open Com 1000 from Software 3.2

       

      Connection:

      1. Insert the supplied 4-pin RJ10 to RJ10 connection cable into the socket of the Jabra GN9330e base marked with the "phone” symbol and the other end into the "handset" socket of the AZ adapter.
      2. Now insert the 8-pin RJ45 plug of the Jabra 8800-00-93 connection cable into the Jabra GN9330 base socket marked "AUX".
      3. Please connect the receptacle connector to the AZ adapter socket marked with the "bell" symbol and insert the 6-pin modular plug into the "second handset" socket of the AZ adapter.

       

      Software setup:

      Put the headset into the base and activate the "RHL mode".

      Hold down the “phone” button on the base of the Jabra GN9330e for approx. 6 seconds until the online display (blue LED) on the headset starts to flash. The current software is displayed to you by activating the volume controller in the form of the charge display (green LED).

      Thereafter, you can switch into the different software modes (LED 1-4) with the "volume" controller on the headset. To confirm the software has successfully installed, the base automatically switches back to charge mode after approx. 10 seconds.

      LEDs from left to right:

      LED 1 = RHL
      LED 2 = DHSG
      LED 3 = AEI
      LED 4 = MSH

       

      Base setup:

      Set the phone setup switch (A-G) to "A".


       

      Microphone level setup:

      For this, call someone.

      Now activate the “volume” controller at the Jabra GN9330 base until you can be understood clearly.

       

       

      Phone setup:

      Activate the "Remote Headset" function (new DECT headset) in your OpenPhone phone.

      Please enter the following key sequence into your Open Phone 63/65:

      > MENU> SETTING> PERIPHERALS > Additional Phone Selection >

      “Remote Headset” (new DECT headset)


      Headset answer/end:

      As soon as the dial tone signal can be heard in the headset, you can answer the call by pressing the ”answer/end” button on the headset; by pressing again the call is ended.

       


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    • How to connect my Jabra GN9330e with Aastra Open Phone 6771, 6773, 6775, 71, 73, 75, Aastra 6739i, Aastra 7434 and 7444

      Prerequisite:

      Jabra GN9330e + Jabra LINK 14201-10

      In combination with one of the following phones:

      • Open Phone 6771 / 6773 / 6775 including IP (previous name: Open Phone 71 /73 / 75 including IP)
      • Aastra 6739i
      • Aastra 7434 / 7444 IP

       

      Connection:

      Important: Please note that remote call control for the Jabra GN9330e is only supported from version "L" or the Date code 9/09.

      1. Plug the 1-sided end of the DHSG cable marked blue into the socket of your phone marked with the “headset” symbol.
      2. Insert the split end of the DHSG cable into the Jabra GN9330e base. Plug the RJ10 plug into the socket marked with a “phone” symbol and the RJ45 plug into the base socket of the Jabra GN9330e marked with "AUX".

       

      Software setup:

      Put the headset into the base and activate the “DHSG” mode.

      Hold down the “phone” button on the base of the Jabra GN9330e for approx. 6 seconds until the online display (blue LED) on the headset starts to flash. The current software is displayed to you by activating the volume controller in the form of the charge display (green LED).

      LEDs from left to right:

      LED 1 = RHL
      LED 2 = DHSG
      LED 3 = AEI
      LED 4 = MSH

      Thereafter, you can switch into the different software modes (LED 1-4) with the “volume” controller on the headset. To confirm the software has successfully installed, the base automatically switches back to charge mode after approx. 15 seconds.

       

      Base setup:

      Set the phone setup switch (A-G) to "A".

       

       

      Phone setup:

      Open Phone 71 Menu > User> Settings > Audio > Headset ON

      Open Phone 73 / 75 including IP: Menu > Overall Menu> Phone Settings > Headset ON

       

      Headset answer/end:

      As soon as the dial tone signal can be heard in the headset, you can answer the call by pressing the ”answer/end” button on the headset; by pressing again the call is ended.

       

       

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    • How to connect my Jabra GN9330e with Alcatel IP Touch 4028, 4038, 4068

      Prerequisite:

      Jabra GN9330e + Jabra LINK 14201-09

      In combination with one of the following phones:

      • IP Touch 4028
      • IP Touch 4038
      • IP Touch 4068

       

      Connection:

      Important: Please note that remote call control for the Jabra GN9330e (Jabra product no. 9337-508-401) is only supported from version "L" or the Date code 9/09.

      2-sided end:

      Plug the RJ45 plug into the socket marked "AUX" and the RJ10 plug into the Jabra GN9330e base socket marked with the “phone” symbol.

      2-fold Y-coupling end:

      Insert the 3.5 mm audio jack into the headset interface and the RJ12 plug into the bell socket of the phone. The extra connector socket on the Y-coupling remains free for connection to an IP phone!


       

      Software setup:

      Put the headset into the base and activate the “MSH” mode.

      Hold down the “phone” button on the base of the Jabra GN9330e for approx. 6 seconds until the online display (blue LED) on the headset starts to flash. The current software is displayed to you by activating the volume controller in the form of the charge display (green LED).

      LEDs from left to right:

      LED 1 = RHL
      LED 2 = DHSG
      LED 3 = AEI
      LED 4 = MSH

      Thereafter, you can switch into the different software modes (LED 1-4) with the “volume” controller on the headset. To confirm the software has successfully installed, the base automatically switches back to charge mode after approx. 15 seconds.

       

      Base setup:

      Set the phone setup switch (A-G) to "A".

       

      Microphone volume setup:

      Please call someone with the headset.

      If the other party cannot hear you well or just faintly, activate the volume controller at the base until you can be understood clearly.

       

      Headset answer/end:

      As soon as the dial tone signal can be heard in the headset, you can answer the call by pressing the answer/end” button on the headset; by pressing again the call is ended.

       

       

      Phone setup with system software 9.xx and higher:

      No settings are required on the phone for the use of a headset. Following the correct adaptation of the audio jack, a headset symbol should appear in the “phone display”. If the headset symbol does not appear, please check the following settings:

      Menu> Settings> Phone> Audio Jack> Select/ Activate Headset.

       

      Phone setup with system software version below version 9.xx:

      Important: The “Force Headset” function must not be activated on the phone, as otherwise it will not be possible to accept external calls.

      Menu> Settings> Phone> Audio Jack> Force Headset OFF

      Menu> Settings> Phone> Socket > Activate Headset

       

      Dial tone signal transfer/ phone setup:

      Important: The dial tone signal in the headset is only transmitted if one of the following ringtones is used, e.g., Standard / Classic / Cold River / Dooing-Dooing. > Menu> Settings> Dial Tone > Internal / External

      Should the dial tone signal transfer not work although you have setup the correct ringtone, please check the following settings:

      Menu > Settings > Phone > Internal/External, More Options

      No sound, Progressive, Beeps> all points must be set to "OFF".

      Calls being made via the headset can be connected / forwarded as follows:

      Dial the phone number > "Forward" will now appear in the phone display > now press on to the appropriate function key next to the phone display > thereafter you must end the call with the button marked "Handset".

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    • How to connect my Jabra GN9330e with Alcatel Touch 4029, 4039

      Prerequisite:

      Jabra GN9330e + Jabra LINK 14201-09

      In combination with one of the following phones:

      • Touch 4029
      • Touch 4039

       

      Connection:

      Important: Please note that Remote Call Control for the Jabra GN9330e (Jabra product no. 9337-508-401) is only supported from version "L" or the Date code 9/09.

      2-sided end:

      Plug the RJ45 plug into the socket marked "AUX" and the RJ10 plug into the socket marked “phone” on the Jabra GN9330e.

      2-fold Y-coupling end:

      Insert the 3.5 mm audio jack into the “headset” interface and the RJ12 plug into the bell socket of the phone. Now insert the phone's phone cable directly into the additional connector socket of the Y cable.

       

      Software setup:

      Put the headset into the base and activate the “MSH” mode.

      Hold down the “phone” button on the base of the Jabra GN9330e for approx. 6 seconds until the online display (blue LED) on the headset starts to flash. The current software is displayed to you by activating the volume controller in the form of the charge display (green LED).

      LEDs from left to right:

      LED 1 = RHL
      LED 2 = DHSG
      LED 3 = AEI
      LED 4 = MSH

      Thereafter, you can switch into the different software modes (LED 1-4) with the “volume” controller on the headset. To confirm the software has successfully installed, the base automatically switches back to charge mode after approx. 15 seconds.

       

      Base setup:

      Set the phone setup switch (A-G) to "A".

       

       

      Microphone level setup:

      Please call someone with the headset.

      If the other party cannot hear you well or just faintly, activate the volume controller at the base until you can be understood clearly.

       

      Headset answer / end:

      As soon as the dial tone signal can be heard in the headset, you can answer the call by pressing the answer/end” button on the headset; by pressing again the call is ended.

       

       

      Phone setup with system software version 9.xx and higher:

      No settings are required on the phone for the use of a headset. Following the correct adaptation of the audio jack, a headset symbol should appear in the “Phone display”. If the headset symbol does not appear, please check the following settings:

      Menu> Settings> Phone> Audio Jack> Select/ Activate Headset.

       

      Phone setup with system software version below version 9.xx:

      Important: The “Force Headset” function must not be activated on the phone, as otherwise it will not be possible to accept external calls.

      Menu> Settings> Phone> Audio Jack> Force Headset OFF

      Menu> Settings> Phone> Socket > Activate Headset

       

      Dial tone transfer / phone setup:

      Important: The dial tone signal in the headset is only transmitted if one of the following ringtones is used, e.g. Standard / Classic / Cold River / Dooing-Dooing. > Menu> Settings> Dial Tone > Internal / External

      Should the dial tone signal transfer not work although you have setup the correct ringtone, please check the following settings:

      Menu > Settings > Phone > Internal/External, More Options

      No sound, Progressive, Beeps> all points must be set to "OFF".

      Calls being made via the headset can be connected / forwarded as follows:

      Dial the phone number > "Forward" will now appear in the phone display > now press on to the appropriate function key next to the phone display > thereafter you must end the call with the button marked "Handset"

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    • How to connect my Jabra GN9330e with Avaya 1408, 1416, 1608, 1616, 9404, 9408, 9504, 9508, 9608, 9610, 9611G, 9620, 9620C, 9620L, 9621G, 9630, 9630G, 9640C, 9640G, 9641G, 9650, 9650C, 9670

      Prerequisite:

      Jabra GN9330e + Jabra LINK 14201-20

      In combination with one of the following Avaya phones:

      • 1408 / 1416
      • 1608 / 1616
      • 9404 / 9408
      • 9504 / 9508
      • 9608 / 9610 / 9611G / 9620 / 9620C / 9620L / 9621G
      • 9630 / 9630G / 9640C / 9640G / 9641G / 9650 / 9650C / 9670

       

      Connection:

      1. Insert the supplied RJ10 to RJ10 connection cable into the socket of your Jabra GN9350e base marked "phone" and the other end into the socket of the EHS adapter marked with the “phone” symbol.
      2. Now connect the end of the RJ12 to RJ12 connection cable (EHS adapter) marked in red to the socket of the EHS adapter marked with "AUX" and the socket of your Jabra GN9350e base marked with "AUX".
      3. Now connect the white RJ10 to RJ10 connection cable marked with "C" to the socket of the EHS adapter marked with "Headset/Handset" and with the “headset” socket of your phone.
        Important: 1408/1416 and 9404/9408 phones, use the cable marked white with "A" (instead of the "C" cable).
      4. Connect the dial tone sensor with the EHS adapter and attach it to the center on the phone speaker.

       

       

      Please note that full functionality is only available when all the color-marked parts of the cables are inserted into the EHS adapter. See photo.

       

       

      Software setup:

      Put the headset into the base and activate the “DHSG” mode.

      Hold down the “phone” button on the base of the Jabra GN9330e for approx. 6 seconds until the online display (blue LED) on the headset starts to flash. The current software is displayed to you by activating the volume controller in the form of the charge display (green LED).

      LEDs from left to right:

      LED 1 = RHL
      LED 2 = DHSG
      LED 3 = AEI
      LED 4 = MSH

      Thereafter, you can switch into the different software modes (LED 1-4) with the "volume" controller on the headset. To confirm the software has successfully installed, the base automatically switches back to charge mode after approx. 15 seconds.

       

      Base setup:

      Set the phone setup switch (A-G) to "A".

       

      Headset answer/end:

      As soon as the dial tone signal can be heard in the headset, you can answer the call by pressing the ”answer/end” on the headset; by pressing again the call is ended.

       

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    • How to connect my Jabra GN9330e with Cisco 8961, 9951, 9971

      Prerequisite:

      Jabra GN9330e + Jabra LINK 14201-30 (from FW 2.2.0)

      In combination with one of the following phones:

      • Cisco 8961 / 9951 / 9971

       

      Important: Please note that remote call control for the Jabra GN9330e (Jabra product no. 9337-508-401) is supported from version "L" or the Date code 9/09.

      Important: The following prerequisites must be met in order to use remote call control:

      Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) from release 7.1 (3a) SU1 or higher, and phone firmware 9.0 (3) or higher.

      Cisco Call Manager Express from version 4.1 and phone firmware 9.0(3) When downloading (Cisco) the required IOC version will be marked.

       

      Connection:

      1. Connect the 1-sidedend (USB plug) of the EHS adapter to the USB socket of your phone set.
      2. Insert the RJ10 plug into the socket marked with a “phone” symbol and the RJ45 plug into the socket marked with "AUX" on the base.

       

      Software setup:

      Put the headset into the base and activate “DHSG” mode.

      Hold down the “phone” button on the base of the Jabra GN9330e for approx. 6 seconds until the online display (blue LED) on the headset starts to flash. The current software is displayed to you by activating the volume controller in the form of the charge display (green LED).

      LEDs from left to right:

      LED 1 = RHL
      LED 2 = DHSG
      LED 3 = AEI
      LED 4 = MSH

      Thereafter, you can switch into the different software modes (LED 1-4) with the “volume” controller on the headset. To confirm the software has successfully installed, the base automatically switches back to charge mode after approx. 15 seconds.

       

      Base setup:

      Set the phone setup switch (A-G) to "A".

       

       

      Microphone level setup:

      Please call someone with the headset.

      If the other party cannot hear you well or just faintly, activate the volume controller at the base until you can be understood clearly.

       

      Headset answer/end:

      As soon as the dial tone signal can be heard in the headset, you can answer the call by pressing the ”answer/end”  button on the headset; by pressing again the call is ended.

       

       

      Setup required in Communication Manager:


      Under the tab "Wideband Headset UC Control", the option "Enabled” must be selected for each terminal phone.

       

      Under the tab "Enable/Disable USB Classes" you must select the option "Audio Class" for the Jabra GN93x0 series.

      In combination with the Jabra PRO 94x0 and Jabra GO 6470 series, you must select "Human Interface Phone".

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    • How do I connect my Jabra GN9330e to a desk phone?

      Follow these steps to connect the phone:

      1. Remove the handset cable from the phone, and then connect it to the base socket that is indicated by the handset symbol. Important: This step is only necessary if you are NOT connecting the Jabra GN9330 to an existing headset port.
      2. Connect the standard supplied cable to the base socket that is indicated by the phone symbol. Connect the other end of the cable to the headset socket of your phone, or to the handset socket of your desk phone if it has no headset port.
      3. Insert the power adapter into the base.



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  • Installation

    • How do I change the wireless range on the Jabra GN9330e and Jabra GN9330e USB?

      To change the wireless range settings, follow these steps:

      1. Place your Jabra headset on the base.



      2. Press the Phone button on the GN 9330e, or the PC button on the GN9330e USB, for approximately 6 seconds until the online display (blue LED) on the headset starts to flash.
      3. Press the Phone button to set the range of your headset. You can view the current setting in the charge display (yellow LED). The settings indicate the following ranges:

        • Normal = up to 120m
        • Low = up to 60m
        • Very Low = up to 25m​​

      GN9330e:




      GN9330e USB:

      With the Jabra GN9330e USB, you can also select the bandwidth range settings, from narrowband (300Hz -3400 Hz) to wideband (150Hz-6800Hz).




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  • Audio

    • Why is the audio not clear when I use my desk phone?

      ​The settings for the Dial Tone Switch and the volume of the microphone must match the settings on your desk phone. Refer to the user manual to set up the Jabra headset correctly.

      Alternatively, you can verify with the Jabra Compatibility Guide to find the correct settings for your desk phone.

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    • How do I get rid of the echo in my headset?

      The audio level of the microphone on your Jabra headset should approximately match the audio level of your desk phone. If you are hearing an echo, the volume of the microphone on the headset may be set too high. Try to decrease the volume, one step at a time, while you are talking. As the volume of the microphone decreases, the echo will also decrease or be eliminated.

      Refer to the user manual of your Jabra headset to see where to adjust the volume of the microphone.

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    • Why is the sound quality of my Jabra headset poor when I use it with my desk phone?

      The settings for the dial tone switch and the microphone volume on your Jabra headset may be set incorrectly. Try the following adjustments:

      1. Make sure the microphone is positioned close enough to your mouth to maximize speech quality and the noise-cancelling capabilities. If you are using a flex boom arm, position it approximately 1 inch from your mouth.
      2. Adjust the dial tone by slowly switching from A to G. Select the setting that that gives you the clearest conversation. See the following examples of switch settings. These will work in most cases, but there may be exceptions.

        • Switch A: Avaya and most modern IP and digital phones
        • Switch B: Cisco and Avaya Callmaster 5 and 6
        • Switch C: Kirk Delta
        • Switch D: Tenovis phones
        • Switch E: Innovaphone
        • Switch F: Different phone brands
        • Switch G: Toshiba (most models) and most Dealerboards (IPC and BT for example)

      Refer to the user manual for specific instructions on how to adjust this setting.

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    • Why does the person on the other end of a call have trouble hearing me when I use my Jabra headset?

      You may need to adjust the positioning of the boom arm. This is especially important when you use a headset that has a noise-cancelling microphone, which must be positioned close to the mouth.

      Alternatively, adjust the volume of the microphone on the base. Refer to the Quick Start Guide or User Manual for more information.

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  • Features

    • How do I reset the connection between the headset and base on my Jabra GN93x0e?

      To reset the connection between your Jabra GN93x0e headset and base, use the following steps. Note that the base will not be restored to the factory default.

      1. Dock your Jabra GN93x0e in the base.



      2. Disconnect the power supply cable from the base.
      3. Remove your Jabra GN93x0e from the base.



      4. Remove the battery pack by sliding the back side of the speaker housing downward.
      5. Replace the battery pack. The LED on the headset turns blue for 2 seconds.



      6. Dock your Jabra GN93x0e in the base, and then reconnect the power supply cable. The four LEDs on the base flash green once. After 5 seconds, the LED on the headset flashes blue once.



      7. Your Jabra GN93x0e is now reset and is ready for use again.

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    • Does the Jabra GN9300 Series support conference calls?

      ​Yes, the Jabra GN9350 and Jabra GN9350e support conference calls. However, the Jabra GN9330 and Jabra GN9330e do not support this feature.

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  • Accessories

    • How do I obtain accessories for my Jabra device?

      You can order accessories and parts on the Jabra Accessories page. Enter the name of your Jabra device in the search field (for example, Jabra Revo Wireless), and then browse the available accessories and parts.

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  • Technical Information

    • Are Jabra headsets safe to use?

      Yes, Jabra headsets are safe to use. All Jabra headsets feature a technology that protects the wearer against sudden, loud sound spikes. Many acoustic experts define acoustic shock as exposure to sounds over 135 dB SPL, although even lower sounds can damage the hearing. Therefore, all Jabra headsets cut off sounds at 118 dB SPL RMS (Root Mean Square).

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    • Is the Jabra Biz 2400 Series safe to use?

      ​Many acoustic experts define acoustic shock as exposure to sounds over 135 dB SPL, although even lower sounds can damage the hearing. 

      The Jabra Biz 2400 Series, like all Jabra headsets, cuts off sounds at 118 dB SPL RMS (Root Mean Square). The Jabra Biz 2400 Series features technology that protects users against the effects of sudden spikes of loud sound, such as the high pitched tone from a fax machine.

      Furthermore, the Jabra Biz 2400 USB features technology that ensures safe average sound levels, making it the world’s first corded USB headset with built-in compliance to the strict noise-at-work regulations enforced in the EU.

      Used with the Jabra GN8210 digital amplifier, the Jabra Biz 2400 IP and Jabra Biz 2400 headsets also comply with international health and safety directives to protect users against the dangers associated with long-term cumulative exposure to noise.

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    • Best practices for rechargeable batteries

      These guidelines apply to the use of batteries in general, and do not apply specifically to their use with Jabra headsets. To preserve and store rechargeable batteries, use the following guidelines:

      • Avoid placing batteries in direct sunlight.
      • Avoid placing batteries in extreme cold.
      • Do not store batteries for extended periods without recharging them, around every 3 months for most products.
      • In daily use, it is best to return the headset to the charging base when it is not in use.
      • Always return the headset to the charging base overnight.
      • Note that HD Voice/Wideband consumes slightly more battery than Narrowband.

      If you handle or store rechargeable batteries incorrectly, their lifetime may be reduced.

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  • Other

    • Can I use my headset while it is charging?

      For safety reasons, you should not use your headset while it is charging. Allow it to charge fully, disconnect it from the charger, and then your headset is ready for use.

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    • Can I automate calling and answering on my desk phone without the need for a handset lifter?

      ​Yes, but only if your desk phone has a feature for an electronic hook switch.

      Ask your supplier about the compatibility of the phone or check the Jabra Compatibility Guide.

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  • Product discontinued

    • How long will I be able to buy this product?

      The global End of Sales date will be the 30th of June 2013, which is the last time you will be able to place an order. When the EOS date is reached, products are no longer available for commercial sale and it will no longer be possible to place orders through Jabra. Please contact your local Jabra sales representative to check availability.

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    • How long am I able to receive support?

      After the End of Sales date, the Product Maintenance Period begins and will continue until the End of Product Warranty. After End of Product Warranty, the product reaches its End of Life date. After EOL date, a product becomes obsolete and is no longer improved, repaired, maintained or supported. The End of Life date is respectively 30th of June 2014 in North America and 30th of June 2015 for EMEA & APAC.

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Manuals

Documentation for download Language or Region File format File size
Accessory Overview English PDF 379,4 KB Download
Declaration of Conformity English PDF 74,6 KB Download
Quick Start Guide PDF 875,6 KB Download
Serial Number Location English PDF 251,7 KB Download
Technical Specification English PDF 624,6 KB Download
User Manual English PDF 6,7 MB Download