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Video tutorials

How to use a Jabra headset with Avaya Scopia

In this video we would like to show you how to make a Jabra headset the default audio device in Avaya Scopia. Video in English

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How to use a Jabra headset with Cisco Jabber for Windows client

In this video we will demonstrate it with a Jabra PRO 9470, and Cisco Jabber for Windows client and show features like, answering and ending calls, putting calls on hold, and muting.

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How to setup the Jabra GO™ 6470

Watch the “Hands-on with Jabra Support” tutorial video. In this video we will show you how to install and setup your Jabra GO 6470.

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How to use the Jabra GO™ 6470

Watch the “Hands-on with Jabra Support” tutorial video. In this video we will show you how to use your Jabra GO 6470, including controlling functionalities such as answer, mute, volume control, and end calls.

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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

    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, mobile phone and/or on the headset, until your find a lower, but better setting. WBT_62.JPGWD_61.JPG
  • I have no sound at all in my headset

    1. Make sure that you have power on the headset base/touch-screen

    2. Make sure that the cables are correctly connected between the headset base and the desk phone

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    3. Make sure your headset is fully charged

      Charge time is up to 2 hours.
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    4. Make sure that your headset is turned on

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    5. Re-run the Smart Setup Wizard via the touch-screen on the headset base

      Procedure:

      1. Choose settings menu(upper right corner).
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      2. Choose phone settings.
      3. Choose setup wizard.
      4. Follow the setup guide. 
  • I have trouble hearing people

    1. Turn up the speaker volume on the headset or via the touch-screen speaker setting menu (appears during an active call in the upper right corner of the touch-screen)

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  • People cannot hear me at all

    1. Make sure that the microphone mute button on the headset or on the touch-screen is not activated

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    2. Re-run the Smart Setup Wizard for the desk phone via the touch-screen on the headset base

      Procedure:

      1. Choose settings menu(upper right corner).
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      2. Choose phone settings.
      3. Choose desk phone.
      4. Choose setup deskphone.
      5. Follow the setup guide. 
  • People have trouble hearing me

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

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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 turn on audio streaming with my Jabra headset?

    Prerequisites

    You can turn on audio streaming by using the touchscreen or by using Jabra Direct. Follow these steps:

    Turn on audio streaming using the touchscreen:

    1. Make sure your headset is not currently in use.
    2. On the touchscreen, tap the PC icon to select it.



    3. Tap PC Audio Communication.



    4. The headset is now ready to stream audio.
    5. To close the audio link, press the Multi-function button, or dock the headset in the base.



    Turn on audio streaming using Jabra Direct:

    1. Open Jabra Direct.
    2. Click Settings.



    3. Scroll down and expand Softphone (PC).
    4. Scroll down to Manual control of PC audio from Direct Dashboard, and then click to turn it On.



    5. Click Apply.

    Open the audio link for occasional audio streaming:

    1. Undock your Jabra headset.
    2. Click the Jabra Direct logo in the toolbar of your PC.
    3. In PC audio link, click to turn the audio link On or Off.



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  • How much talk time is left on my Jabra Go 6400 Series headset when the low battery indicator starts?

    There is approximately 10 minutes of talk time remaining when the low battery indicator starts.

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  • Does the Jabra GO 6400 series support A2DP?

    ​No, the Jabra GO 6400 series does not support A2DP.

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FAQ - all questions

  • Setup for Desk Phones

    • How do I connect my headset with a Polycom IP 320, IP 321, IP 330, IP 331, IP 335, IP 430, IP 450, IP 550, IP 560, IP 650, IP 670 or VVX 1500 so I can pick up and hang up calls electronically?

      Requirements
      Jabra Pro 9460/9465/9470/Jabra Go 6470/Jabra Motion Office with latest firmware.
      Jabra Link 14201-17.
      Jabra 8800-00-75 for Polycom IP 320, IP 321, IP 330 or IP 331 only.

      In combination with one of the following phones
      SoundPoint IP phones running SIP software v 3.0 or later and BootROM 4.1.0 or later.
      Polycom IP 321, IP 331 running SIP software v3.1.2 rev. C or later.
      Polycom IP335 running SIP software v3.1.2 rev. B or later.
      VVX 1500 running SIP software v3.1.2 rev. B or later and BootROM 4.1.2 or later.

      Please follow these steps:

      1. Plug one end of the EHS adapter or cable into the serial port on the back of your phone.
      2. Plug the other end into the Jabra device base socket marked AUX.
      3. Connect the headset’s RJ-9 connector to the Jabra device base marked with a Phone icon and the other end on the back of the phone marked with a Headset icon (use cord 8800-00-75 for SoundPoint IP phone models 320, 321, 330 or 331).



      To configure your headset when connecting to a desk phone for the first time

      1. Follow the setup guide, in your Jabra base, until you reach the Desk Phone setup.

      2. Tap Guided.



      3. Tap Yes.



      4. Tap DHSG.



      5. Follow the onscreen guide to complete the installation.

      As part of the installation, you can dial into your local Jabra Setup Server which will configure the audio path.  Please follow the instructions shown on the display. If your Jabra Setup Server is unavailable, please contact your local Jabra Support Team.

      To configure the Jabra device when reconfiguring a desk phone or setting up a desk phone a second time

      Please follow these steps:

      1. Tap the tool icon in the top right corner.



      2. Tap Phone settings.



      3. Tap Desk phone.



      4. Tap Setup desk phone.



      5. Tap Confirm.




      6. Tap Guided.



      7. Tap Yes



      8. Tap DHSG.



      9. Follow the onscreen guide to complete the installation.

      As part of the installation, you can dial into your local Jabra Setup Server which will configure the audio path.  Please follow the instructions shown on the display.  If your Jabra Setup Server is unavailable, please contact your local Jabra Support Team.











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    • How do I connect my headset with my Alcatel IP Touch 4028EE, 4038EE or 4068EE?

      Requirements:
      Jabra Link 14201-20 

      To connect your headset, please follow these steps:

      1. Plug one end of the phone cable supplied with your Jabra device into the socket marked phone on your Jabra device base
      2. Plug the other end of that cable into the socket marked with a phone symbol on the EHS adapter
      3. Plug the red end of the cable (EHS adapter) to the socket marked AUX on the EHS adapter
      4. Plug the other end into the AUX socket on your Jabra device base
      5. Plug the cable marked white and “D” to the socket marked Headset/handset on the EHS adapter
      6. Plug the other end to the headset socket on your phone
      7. Plug the orange cable marked “A” to the socket marked COM on the EHS adapter



      8. Plug the other end of that cable to the “bell” socket on your phone
      Please be aware that the device will not be fully functional until the colored markings for all cables have been connected to the EHS adapter (see photo).
      9. Follow the instructions on the Jabra device touch-screen:
        a. Select Phone setting
        b. Select Connect to a desk phone

        c. Select Manual
       
       

        d. Select adapter type DHSG
       


      10. Jabra device base setting phone setup switch should be set to A.



      11.We recommend microphone level should be set to 7 out of 13



      Guided setup:
      As a part of the installation, you can dial into your local Jabra Setup server which will configure the audio path.  Please follow the instructions shown on the display.  If your Jabra Setup server is unavailable, please contact your local Jabra Support team.

      Phone settings with device software version 9.xx and higher:
      Phone settings are no longer required.  Once the phone connector has been adapted correctly, a headset symbol should appear in the phone display.  If the headset symbol does not appear, please check the following settings:
      Menu>Settings>Phone>Phone connector>Activate/select handset

      Phone settings with device software lower than version 9.xx:
      Please note that the “Force Headset” function must not be activated on the device as this will prevent you from accepting external calls.
      Menu>Settings>Phone>Phone connector>Force headset OFF
      Menu>Settings>Phone>Socket>Activate headset

      Ringtone signal/phone settings:
      Please note that the ringtone signal on the headset will only be transferred if one of the following ringtones has been selected:
      Standard/Classic/Cold River/Dooing-Dooing
      Menu>Settings>Rington>Internal/External
      The following options need to be set to OFF:
      No tone, Progressive, Beeps

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    • How to connect my Jabra PRO 9400 / GO 6400 with Nortel IP 1120E, 1140E, 1150E, 1165E

      Prerequisite:

      Jabra PRO 9460 / 9465 / 9470 + 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 desk phone.
      2. Connect the split end of the EHS adapter to the Jabra PRO 9400 base as follows. Plug the RJ10 plug into the socket marked with a “phone” symbol and the RJ45 plug into the base socket marked with "AUX".

       

      Setting up the base:

      Then follow the instructions on the Jabra PRO 94x0 base SmartSetup Wizard.

          

      Select phone settings, "Desk phone", then "Connect to a desk phone?”, "Manual".

       

      Select Adapter Type "DHSG"

      Base setup:


      Set the phone setup switch to position "A".

       

      Microphone volume setup:

      We recommend setting the microphone volume to 7 out of 13.

       

      Guided set-up:

      As part of the installation you can dial into the local Jabra Setup server that takes care of configuring audio path. Please follow the instructions shown on the display. In the event your Jabra Setup Server is not reachable, please contact your local Jabra Support team.

       

      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 PRO 9400 / GO 6470 with Siemens OpenStage 30,40,60,80

      Prerequisite:

      Jabra PRO 9460 / Jabra PRO 9470 + Jabra LINK 14201-10

      In combination with one of the following phones:

      • Siemens OpenStage 30/40/60/80

       

      Connection:

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

      Then follow the instructions of the Jabra PRO 9400 / Jabra GO 6470 base SmartSetup Wizard.

          

      Select phone settings, "Desk phone", then "Connect to a desk phone?”, "Manual".

      Select adapter type "DHSG"

       

      Base setup:


      Set the phone setup switch to position "A".

       

      Microphone volume setting:


      We recommend setting the microphone volume to 6 out of 13.

      Guided set-up:

      As part of the installation you can dial into the local Jabra Setup server that takes care of configuring the audio path. Please follow the instructions shown on the display. If your Jabra Setup Server is unavailable, please contact your local Jabra Support team.

       

      Phone setup:

      Important: For the equipment software 3.18 the headset operation must be set up additionally on the phone.

      OpenStage 30/40: 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 ringtones are used. No ringtone is transmitted for mp3 ringtones. ​​

       

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    • How to connect my Jabra PRO 9400 / GO 6470 with Siemens Opti Point 410, 420, 500, 600

      Prerequisite:

      Jabra PRO 9460 / Jabra PRO 9470 + Jabra LINK 14201-10 + Acoustic Adapter

      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 the Remote Call Control will not work.

      Connection:

      1. Plug the 1-sided end of the DHSG cable marked in blue into the socket of the OptiPoint Acoustic Adapter marked with the "headset" symbol.
      2. Connect the split end of the DHSG cable with the Jabra PRO 9400 base as follows. Plug the RJ10 plug into the socket marked with a “phone” symbol and the RJ45 plug into the base socket marked with "AUX".

      Then follow the instructions of the Jabra PRO 9400 base SmartSetup Wizard.

          

      Select phone settings, "Desk phone", then "Connect to a desk phone?”, "Manual".

       

      Select adapter type "Siemens OptiPoint"

       

      Base setup:


      Set the phone setup switch to position "A".

       

      Microphone volume setting:

       

      We recommend setting the microphone volume to 6 out of 13.

       

      Guided set-up:

      As part of the installation you can dial into the local Jabra Setup server that takes care of configuring the audio path. Please follow the instructions shown on the display. If your Jabra Setup Server is unavailable, please contact your local Jabra Support team.

       

      Phone setup:

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

      An optional headset button can be installed in the phone menu (combination: *91>select button > change button > headset > OK). ​​

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    • How do I connect my headset with my Aastra Open Phone 63 or 65?

      Requirements:
      Jabra 8800-00-93
      AZ adapter (from Aastra/DeTeWe)
      DeTeWe Open Phone 63 or 65
      OpenCom 100 from software 5.2
      OpenCom 1000 from software 3.2

      To connect the headset please follow these steps:

      1. Plug one end of the RJ10 to RJ10 4-pin cable to the socket marked with the phone symbol on the Jabra device base.
      2. Plug the other end of that cable into the headset port of the AZ adapter.
      3. Plug one end of the 8-pin RJ45 connector of the Jabra 8800-00-93 to the AUX port on the Jabra device base.
      4. Plug the hollow socket connector to the socket marked with the bell symbol on the AZ adapter.
      5. Plug the 6-pin western connector into the second receiver socket on the AZ adapter.
      6. Follow the instructions on the Jabra device touch-screen:
      7. Select Phone setting.
      8. Select Connect to a desk phone.
      9. Select Manual.

      10. Select adapter type GN1000.

      11. On the base, select phone setup switch position A.

      12. We recommend setting the microphone volume to 7 out of 13.

      Guided setup:
      As a part of the installation, you can dial into your local Jabra Setup server which will configure the audio path.  Please follow the instructions shown on the display.  If your Jabra Setup server is unavailable, please contact your local Jabra Support team.

      Phone Setup:

      Activate the “Remote Headset” function on your Open Phone device.
      nter the following key combination on your Open Phone 63/65: Menu>Settings>Peripherals>Additional device selection>Remote Headset

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    • How to connect my Jabra PRO 9400 / GO 6400 with Aastra 6753i, 6755i, 6757i

      Requirements:
      Jabra LINK 14201-10
      DHSG connection cable from Aastra
      Aastra 53i / 55i / 57i / 57iCT / 6753i / 6755i / 6757i / 6757iCT phone with firmware 2.5.1.2000 or higher.

      To connect your headset to your phone please follow these steps:

      1. Plug the RJ10 connector (green) from the split end of the Aastra DHSG cord into the headset socket.
      2. Plug the RJ45 connector (yellow) from the split end of the Aastra DHSG cord into the socket for the expansion module.


      3. Plug the single end of the Aastra DHSG cord (blue) in the RJ45 adapter.
      4. Plug the single end of the Jabra LINK 14201-10 cable (blue) into the free socket on the RJ45 adapter.



      5. Connect the split end of the DHSG cable to the Jabra device base as follows:
         a. Plug the RJ10 connector into the socket with the complete “phone” symbol.
         b. Plug the RJ45 connector into the socket marked “AUX”.
      6. Follow the instructions on the Jabra device touch-screen:
         a. Select Phone setting.
         b. Select Connect to a desk phone.

         c. Select Manual.
        

         d. Select adapter type DHSG.
        

      7. Set the phone set-up switch to position A.


      8. We recommend setting the microphone volume to 7 out of 13.


      As part of the installation, you can dial into your local Jabra Setup server which will configure the audio path.  Please follow the instructions shown on the display.  If your Jabra setup server is unavailable, please contact your local Jabra Support team.
        

      Phone Settings:
      In version 2.5.1.2000, the DHSG mode is deactivated by default and you will need to activate it using Aastra.cfg or mac.cfg with the command, “dhsg:1”.

      The Audio mode must be set to “Headset/Speaker":
      in the phone settings:
      Options>Default settings>Audio settings>Audio mode>Headset/Speaker
      There is no possibility for remote call control when using an expansion keypad

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    • How do I connect my headset with my Aastra 5370, 5380, Office 70 or Office 80?

      Requirements:
      Jabra LINK 14201-10
      Aastra Office 70 / 70 IP / 5370 IP / 80 / 80 IP / 5380 IP 

      To connect your headset to your phone please follow these steps:

      1. Plug the RJ10 connector (green) from the split end of the Aastra DHSG cord into the phone socket on the Jabra device base.
      2. Plug the RJ45 connector (yellow) from the split end of the Aastra DHSG cord into the AUX socket on the Jabra device base.
      3. Plug the single end of the Aastra DHSG cord (blue) into the socket marked with a headset symbol on the phone.
      4. Follow the instructions on the Jabra device touch-screen:
         a. Select Phone setting.
         b. Select Connect to a desk phone.
         c. Select Manual.
        


         d. Select adapter type DHSG.
        

      5. Set the phone set-up switch to position “A”.


      6. We recommend setting the microphone volume to 7 out of 13.
       

      As part of the installation, you can dial into your local Jabra Setup server which will configure the audio path.  Please follow the instructions shown on the display.  If your Jabra setup server is unavailable, please contact your local Jabra Support team.

      Phone Settings:

      Menu>Settings>Phone setting>Headset>Headset ON
      From release 7.9:
      Menu>Settings>Audio>Headset>Headset ON

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    • How to connect my Jabra PRO 9400 / GO 6400 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

      Prequisite:

      Jabra PRO 9460 / 9470 + 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. Plug the supplied phone cable into the socket marked ”phone” on your Jabra PRO 94x0 base and the other end to the socket marked with a ”phone” symbol on the EHS adapter.
      2. Now connect the cable marked red to the socket marked “AUX” on the EHS adapter and to the “AUX” socket on your Jabra PRO 94x0 base.
      3. Now connect the white cable marked “C” to the socket marked “Headset/handset” on the EHS adapter and to the ”headset” socket on your phone.
      4. Important: If you have a 1408/1416 or 9404/9408 phone, you should use the white cable marked "A" (instead of the "C" cable).
      5. Connect the signal sensor to the EHS adapter and fasten it in the middle of the phone’s loudspeaker.

      Please be aware that the device will not be fully functional until the colored markings for all cables have been connected to the EHS adapter, see photo.

      Then follow the instructions on the Jabra PRO 94x0 base SmartSetup Wizard.

          

      Select the phone setting “Desk phone”, then “Connect to a desk phone?”, “Manual”.

      Select adapter type "DHSG"

       

      Base settings:

      Set the phone set-up switch to position "A".


      Microphone level setup:

      We recommend setting the microphone volume to 7 out of 13.

       

      Guided setup:

      As a part of the installation, you can dial into your local Jabra Setup server, which will configure the audio path. Please follow the instructions shown on the display. If your Jabra Setup Server is unavailable, please contact your local Jabra Support team.

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    • How to connect my Jabra PRO 9460 / 9465 / 9470 or GO 6470 with Cisco 8961, 9951, 9971

      Prerequisite:
      Jabra PRO 9460 / 9465 / 9470 or Jabra GO 6470 + LINK 14201-30

      In combination with one of the following phones:
      Cisco 8961 / 9951 / 9971 (from FW 2.2.0)

      Important:
      The following requirements need to be fulfilled to use the remote call control:
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) from release 7.1(3a) SU1 and phone firmware 9.0(3) or higher
      Cisco Call Manager Express from Version 4.1 and phone firmware 9.0(3). You will be informed about the required IOC version during the download (Cisco).

      Connection:
      Connect the 1-ended side (USB connector) of the EHS adapter to the USB port on your phone device.
      Connect the split end of the EHS adapter to the Jabra PRO 94x0 or Jabra GO 6470 base. Plug the RJ10 connector into the socket marked with a ”phone” symbol and the RJ45 connector into the socket marked "AUX" on the base.

      Base setup
      :
      Then follow the instructions on the Jabra PRO 94x0 or Jabra GO 6470 base SmartSetup Wizard.
       

      Select the phone setting “Desk phone”, then “Connect to a desk phone”, “Manual”.


      Select adapter type "IQ"


      Set the phone set-up switch to position "A".

      Microphone level setup:



      We recommend setting the microphone volume to 7 out of 13.

      Guided setup:

      As a part of the installation, you can dial into your local Jabra Setup server, which will configure the audio path. Please follow the instructions shown on the display. If your Jabra Setup Server is unavailable, please contact your local Jabra Support team.

      Communication Manager setup:

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



      You must select the "Human Interface Phone" In combination with the Jabra PRO 9460 / 9465 / 9470 or Jabra GO 6470.


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

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    • How to connect my Jabra PRO 9400 / GO 6470 with Cisco 7942 G, 7945 G, 7962 G, 7965 G, 7975 G

      Prerequisite:

      Jabra PRO 9460 / 9470 + Jabra Link 14201-22

      In combination with one of the following phones:

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

      Device:

      Cisco Unified Call Manager (CUCM)

      Cisco Call Manager Express (CME) from Version 4.1 and phone firmware 8.3.3. You will be informed about the required IOC version during the download (Cisco).

      (Remote call control is also possible with the expansion modules 7915 and 7916)

      Important: The following requirements need to be fulfilled to use the Remote Call Control:

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


      Connection:

      1. Plug the supplied cable into the socket marked “Headset interface” on your Cisco phone and the other end to the socket marked with the ”phone” symbol on the Jabra PRO 94x0 base.
      2. Connect the EHS adapter to the "AUX" socket on your Cisco device and the "AUX" interface on your base.

      Then follow the instructions on the Jabra PRO 94x0 base SmartSetup Wizard.

          

      Select the phone setting “Desk phone”, then “Connect to a desk phone?”, “Manual”.

      Select adapter type "Cisco"

      Base settings:

      Set the phone set-up switch to position "B".

       

      Setting the microphone volume:

      We recommend setting the microphone volume to 7 out of 13.

       

      Guided setup:

      As a part of the installation, you can dial into your local Jabra Setup server, which will configure the audio path. Please follow the instructions shown on the display. If your Jabra Setup Server is unavailable, please contact your local Jabra Support team.

       

      Communication manager setup:

      Under "Devices", you need to enable the call answering "Wireless Headset Hookswitch Control" for each terminal.

      ​​

       

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    • How do I connect my headset with my Alcatel IP Touch 4029, or 4039?

      Requirements:
      Jabra LINK 14201-36

      To connect your headset please follow these steps:

      1. On the 2-sided end, plug the RJ45 connector (red band) in the red socket marked AUX on the Jabra device base.
      2. Plug the RJ10 connector (blue band) into the blue socket marked with the phone symbol on the Jabra device base.
      3. For the 2-fold Y coupling end, plug the 3.5mm phone connector into the headset interface.

       

      4. Plug the RJ12 connector into the socket marked by a bell on the phone.
      5. Plug the phone cable for the phone directly into the additional connection socket of the Y-cable.
      6. Then follow the instructions on the Jabra device touch-screen:
        a. Select Phone settings.
        b. Select Connect  desk phone.
        c. Select Manual.
        

        d. Select adapter type MSH.
        

      7. For the base settings on the phone:
        a. Set the phone set-up switch to position A.
        

        b. We recommend the microphone volume to be set to 7 out of 13
        


      Guided setup:
      As a part of the installation, you can dial into your local Jabra Setup server which will configure the audio path.  Please follow the instructions shown on the display.  If your Jabra Setup server is unavailable, please contact your local Jabra Support team.

       

      Phone settings with device software version 9.xx and higher:
      Phone settings are no longer required.  Once the phone connector has been inserted correctly, a headset symbol should appear in the “phone” display.  If the headset symbol does not appear, please check the following settings:

      Menu>Settings>Phone>Phone connector>Activate/select headset

      Phone settings with device software version lower than 9.xx:
      Please note that the “Force Headset” function must not be activated on the device as this will prevent you from accepting external calls.

      Menu>Settings>Phone>Phone connector>Force headset OFF
      Menu>Settings>Phone>Socket>Activate headset

      Ringtone signal / phone settings:
      Please note that the ring tone signal ont eh headset will only be transferred if one of the following ringtones has been selected:

      Standard / Classic / Cold River / Dooing-Dooing

      (Select ringtone from Menu>Settings>Ringtone>Internal/External)

      If you have set the correct ringtone and you still do not have a ringtone signal, check the following settings:

      Menu>Settings>Phone>Internal/External>additional options

      The following options need to be set to “OFF”: No tone, Progressive, Beeps.

      Calls using the headset can be connected/transferred as follows:

      1. Dial the phone number.
      2. “Transfer” will now appear on the phone display.
      3. Press the associated function button next to the phone display.
      4. End the conversation using the button marked, “Headset”.



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

      Prerequisite:

      Jabra PRO 9460 / 9470 + Jabra Link 14201-19

      In combination with one of the following Avaya phones:

      • 2420 from Call manager Software 4.0
      • 4610 / 4620 / 4621 / 4622 / 4625 from firmware 1.8
      • 4630 / 5420 / 5610 / 5620 / 5621 / 5625 

       

      Connection:

      1. Remove your phone’s network cable.
      2. Connect the EHS adapter to the "EU24/ ADJ" socket on your Avaya device and the "AUX" interface on your Jabra PRO 9400 base.
      3. Now connect the 4-pin cable connection to the socket marked with the ”phone” symbol on the base of the Jabra PRO 94x0 and the other end to the ”headset” interface of your phone.
      4. Now you can reconnect your phone to the network cable.

      Then follow the instructions on the Jabra PRO 94x0 base SmartSetup Wizard.

          

      Select the phone setting “Desk phone”, then “Connect to a desk phone?”, “Manual”.

      Select adapter type "DHSG"

       

      Base settings:

      Set the phone set-up switch to position "A".

       

      Microphone level setup:

      We recommend setting the microphone volume to 7 out of 13.

       

      Guided setup:

      As a part of the installation, you can dial into your local Jabra Setup server, which will configure the audio path. Please follow the instructions shown on the display. If your Jabra Setup Server is unavailable, please contact your local Jabra Support team.


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

      Prerequisite:

      Jabra PRO 9460 / 9470 + Jabra Link 14201-20

      In combination with one of the following Avaya devices:

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

       

      Connection:

      1. Plug the supplied cable into the socket marked ”phone” on your Jabra PRO 94x0 base and the other end to the socket marked with a ”phone” symbol on the EHS adapter.
      2. Now connect the cable marked red to the socket marked “AUX” on the EHS adapter and to the “AUX” socket on your Jabra PRO 94x0 base.
      3. Now connect the cable marked white and “A” to the socket marked “Headset/handset” on the EHS adapter and to the ”headset” socket on your phone.
        Important: If you have a 6416D+M / 6424D+M phone, use the cable marked white and "B" (instead of the cable marked "C").

      Connect the signal sensor to the EHS adapter and fasten it in the middle of the phone’s loudspeaker.

       

      Then follow the instructions on the Jabra PRO 94x0 base SmartSetup Wizard.

          

      Select the phone setting “Desk phone”, then “Connect to a desk phone?”, “Manual”.

      Select adapter type "DHSG"

       

      Base settings:

      Set the phone set-up switch to position "A".

       

      Microphone level setup:

      We recommend setting the microphone volume to 7 out of 13.

       

      Guided setup:

      As a part of the installation, you can dial into your local Jabra Setup server, which will configure the audio path. Please follow the instructions shown on the display. If your Jabra Setup Server is unavailable, please contact your local Jabra Support team.

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    • How to connect my Jabra PRO / GO with Alcatel IP Touch 4028, 4038, 4068

      Requirements:
      Jabra LINK 14201-36

      To connect your headset please follow these steps:

      1. On the 2-sided end, plug the RJ45 connector (red band) in the red socket marked AUX on the Jabra device base.
      2. Plug the RJ10 connector (blue band) into the blue socket marked with the phone symbol on the Jabra device base.
      3. For the 2-fold Y coupling end, plug the 3.5 mm phone connector into the headset interface.
      4. Plug the RJ12 connector into the socket marked by a bell on the phone.
      (The additional socket on the Y-coupling remains free to connect to an IP device.

       

      5. Then follow the instructions on the Jabra device touch-screen:
        a. Select  Phone settings.
        b. Select Connect desk phone.
        c. Select Manual.
       

         d. Select adapter type MSH.
       
      6. For the base settings on the phone:
        a. Set the phone set-up switch to position A.
       

        b.We recommend the microphone volume to be set to 7 out of 13
       

      Guided setup:
      As a part of the installation, you can dial into your local Jabra Setup server which will configure the audio path.  Please follow the instructions shown on the display.  If your Jabra Setup server is unavailable, please contact your local Jabra Support team.

      Phone settings with device software version 9.xx and higher:
      Phone settings are no longer required.  Once the phone connector has been inserted correctly, a headset symbol should appear in the “phone” display.  If the headset symbol does not appear, please check the following settings:
      Menu>Settings>Phone>Phone connector>Activate/select headset

      Phone settings with device software version lower than 9.xx:
      Please note that the “Force Headset” function must not be activated on the device as this will prevent you from accepting external calls.
      Menu>Settings>Phone>Phone connector>Force headset OFF
      Menu>Settings>Phone>Socket>Activate headset

      Ringtone signal / phone settings:
      Please note that the ring tone signal ont eh headset will only be transferred if one of the following ringtones has been selected:
      Standard / Classic / Cold River / Dooing-Dooing
      (Select ringtone from Menu>Settings>Ringtone>Internal/External)

      If you have set the correct ringtone and you still do not have a ringtone signal, check the following settings:
      Menu>Settings>Phone>Internal/External>additional optionsThe following options need to be set to “OFF”: No tone, Progressive, Beeps.

      Calls using the headset can be connected/transferred as follows:
      1. Dial the phone number
      2. “Transfer” will now appear on the phone display
      3. Press the associated function button next to the phone display
      4. End the conversation using the button marked, “Headset”

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  • Setup for Softphones

    • How do I set up a Jabra Device to work with Avaya Communicator for Microsoft Lync 2013 for Windows?

      Prerequisites

      Use these steps in the following order.

      1. Install Avaya Communicator for Microsoft Lync 2013.
      2. Launch Avaya Communicator for Microsoft Lync 2013.
      3. Plug the headset base into an AC power source and dock the headset. Allow it to charge for at least 20 minutes.
      4. Choose your preferred language for installation on the touchscreen.
      5. In Connect to a Desk Phone select No. (If desk phone installation is required, see the alternate guide on the touchscreen).
      6. In Connect to a Softphone select Yes.
      7. Tap > to begin.
      8. Select Avaya, and then select >.
      9. In Connect to a Mobile Phone select No. (If mobile phone installation is required, see the alternate guide on the touchscreen).
      10. As required, set personal preferences, and complete the introduction guide for the headset.
      11. Tap X to reboot.
      12. Make sure that the Jabra device is the default audio device in Avaya Communicator for Microsoft Lync 2013.
      13. Install Jabra Direct.
      14. Open Jabra Direct.
      15. Click Settings.

        Pro9470 1

      16. Scroll down and expand the Softphone (PC) button.
      17. In Preferred softphone select Avaya Microsoft Lync 2013 Integration, and click Apply.

       	Pro9470 2

      18. Jabra Direct then states that the Jabra device, and Avaya Communicator for Microsoft Lync 2013 is ready for use.
       
      	Pro9470 3

      Important: When the Avaya Communicator for Microsoft Lync 2013 Integration is installed, Microsoft Lync 2013 call controls do not work.

      Note: Make sure your softphone is active and logged in for Jabra Direct to show it is ready. See a full list of compatible softphone on www.jabra.com/direct.

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    • How do I set my softphone as the preferred softphone in Jabra Direct?

      Prerequisites

      To set your softphone as the preferred softphone in Jabra Direct, follow these steps:

      1. Open Jabra Direct.
      2. Click Settings.



      3. Scroll down and expand Softphone (PC).
      4. In Preferred softphone, select your preferred softphone.



      5. Click Apply.

      Note: If you are using a Jabra Pro 9470, 9465, 9460, Jabra Go 6470, Jabra Dial 550, or Jabra Motion Office, the preferred softphone selected in Jabra Direct will override the softphone selected on the device itself.

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    • How do I set my Jabra headset as the default headset in Cisco Jabber?

      Prerequisites

      If you are using Cisco Jabber version 9.6 or earlier and want to use call control, you need to install Jabra Direct and select Cisco as the default softphone. Install the Cisco Jabber client, and then use the following steps:

      1. Install Jabra Direct.
      2. Connect the base of your Jabra headset to your PC.
      3. Follow the onscreen setup guide.
      4. When you are prompted, select Cisco as the softphone.
      5. When the setup is complete, the headset is ready to use.
      6. Open Cisco Jabber.
      7. Click File and select Options.



      8. Click Audio.



      9. Set the Jabra headset as the default audio device for the speaker, microphone, and ringer/alerts. Click Apply and then OK.

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    • How do I set up my Jabra headset to work with Cisco IP Communicator for Windows?

      Prerequisites

      Jabra Direct will try to set the default softphone automatically.

      To change to Cisco IP Communicator manually, follow these steps:

      1. Plug the headset base into an AC power outlet and dock the headset. Charge the headset for at least 20 minutes.
      2. Select your preferred language for installation.
      3. When you are asked to connect to a desk phone, select No.
      4. When you are asked to connect to a softphone, select Yes.
      5. Tap > to start.
      6. Select Cisco, and then tap >.
      7. When you are asked to connect to a mobile phone, select No.
      8. Specify your personal settings for the headset.
      9. Tap X to reboot.
      10. Close Cisco IP Communicator.

      To set up your Jabra headset, follow these steps:

      1. Install Jabra Direct.
      2. Open Jabra Direct, and then click Settings.



      3. Scroll down and expand Softphone (PC).
      4. In Preferred softphone, select Cisco IP Communicator, and then click Apply.



      5. Start Cisco IP Communicator.
      6. Select the Menu button, and then select Audio Tuning Wizard.






      7. Click Next to start the wizard.



      8. For each of the audio settings Headset, Speakerphone, Handset, and Ringer, select the Jabra headset.



      9. Click Play to test the listening volume.



      10. Click Test to test the microphone volume.



      11. Click Finish.



      12. Jabra Direct will advise that the Jabra headset and Cisco IP Communicator are ready for use.



      13. Note: Make sure your softphone is active and logged in so it is detected by Jabra Direct. See a list of compatible softphones on www.jabra.com/direct.

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    • How do I set up my Jabra headset to work with Skype for Windows?

      Prerequisites

      Jabra Direct will try to set the default softphone automatically.

      To change to Skype for Windows, follow these steps:

      1. Plug your Jabra headset base into an AC power supply and dock the headset. Charge for at least 20 minutes.
      2. Select your preferred language for installation.
      3. When you are asked to connect to a desk phone, select No.
      4. When you are asked to connect to a softphone, select Yes.
      5. Tap > to start.
      6. Select Skype, and then tap >.
      7. When you are asked to connect to a mobile phone, select No.
      8. Specify your personal settings.
      9. Tap X to reboot.
      10. Close Skype.

      To set up your Jabra headset, follow these steps:

      1. Install Jabra Direct.
      2. Open Jabra Direct, and then click Settings.



      3. Scroll down and expand Softphone (PC).
      4. In Preferred softphone, select Skype, and then click Apply.



      5. Start Skype.
      6. Select Tools, and then select Options.



      7. Under General, select Audio settings.
      8. For each of the settings Microphone, Speakers, and Ringing, select the Jabra headset.



      9. Click Save.
      10. Jabra Direct will advise that the Jabra headset and Skype are ready to use.



      11. Note: Make sure your softphone is active and logged in, so that it can be detected by Jabra Direct. See a list of compatible softphones on www.jabra.com/direct.

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    • How do I set up my Jabra headset to work with Avaya One-X Communicator for Windows?

      Prerequisites

      Jabra Direct will try to set the default softphone automatically.

      To change to Avaya One-X Communicator manually, follow these steps:

      1. Plug the headset base into an AC power outlet and dock the headset. Charge the headset for at least 20 minutes.
      2. On the touchscreen, select your preferred language for installation.
      3. When you are asked to connect to a desk phone, select No.
      4. When you are asked to connect to a softphone, select Yes.
      5. Tap > to begin.
      6. Select Avaya, and then tap >.
      7. When you are asked to connect to a mobile phone, select No.
      8. Set any personal preferences and complete the headset intro.
      9. Select X to reboot.
      10. Close Avaya One-X Communicator.

      To set up up your Jabra headset, follow these steps:

      1. Install Jabra Direct.
      2. Open Jabra Direct, and then click Settings.



      3. Scroll down and expand Softphone (PC).
      4. In Preferred softphone, select Avaya one-X/Aura Agent Desktop, and then click Apply.



      5. Start Avaya One-X Communicator.
      6. Select Settings, General Settings.






      7. In Devices and Services, select Audio.
        1. In Microphone, select your Jabra headset.
        2. In Speaker, select your Jabra headset.



      8. Click OK.
      9. Jabra Direct states that the Jabra headset and Avaya One-X Communicator are ready for use.




      10. Note: Make sure your softphone is active and logged in for Jabra Direct to show it is available and ready. See a list of compatible softphones on www.jabra.com/direct.

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    • How do I set the presence status in Jabra Direct?

      Prerequisites

      You can define this setting by following these steps:

      1. Open Jabra Direct.
      2. Click the Menu icon, and then click General settings.



      3. In Update presence in softphones, click to select On or Off.



      4. Note: Your softphone must support integration with Jabra Direct for this feature to work.

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    • How do I set up my Jabra headset to work with IBM Sametime for Windows?

      Prerequisites

      Jabra Direct will try to set the default softphone automatically.

      To manually change to IBM Sametime, follow these steps:

      1. Plug your Jabra headset base into an AC power supply and dock your headset. Charge for at least 20 minutes.
      2. Select your preferred language for installation.
      3. When you are asked to connect to a desk phone, select No.
      4. When you are asked to connect to a softphone, select Yes.
      5. Tap > to start.
      6. Select IBM, and then tap >.
      7. When you are asked to connect to a mobile phone, select No.
      8. Specify your personal preferences.
      9. Tap X to reboot.
      10. Close IBM Sametime.

      To set up up your Jabra headset, follow these steps:

      1. Install Jabra Direct.
      2. Open Jabra Direct, and then click Settings.



      3. Scroll down and expand Softphone (PC).
      4. In Preferred softphone, select IBM Sametime, and then click Apply.



      5. Start IBM Sametime.
      6. Select File, and then select Preferences.



      7. Select Voice and Video.
      8. For each of the audio settings, Microphone, Speakers, and Ringing, select the Jabra headset.



      9. Click Apply, and then click OK.
      10. Jabra Direct will advise that the Jabra headset and IBM Sametime are ready to use.



      Note: Make sure your softphone is active and logged in so that Jabra Direct can detect it. See a list of compatible softphones on www.jabra.com/direct.

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    • How do I set up my Jabra device to work with Microsoft Skype for Business for Windows?

      Prerequisites

      Jabra Direct will try to set the default softphone automatically.

      To manually change the softphone to Microsoft Skype for Business, follow these steps:

      1. Plug the headset base into an AC power supply and dock the headset. Charge the headset for at least 20 minutes.
      2. Select your preferred language.
      3. When you are asked to Connect Desk Phone, select No.
      4. When you are asked to Connect Softphone, select Yes.
      5. Tap > to start.
      6. Select Microsoft, and then select >.
      7. When you are asked to Connect Mobile Phone, select No.
      8. Set up your Personal Preferences, and complete the Headset Intro.
      9. Tap X to reboot.

      To set up your Jabra device, follow these steps:

      1. Install Jabra Direct.
      2. Open Jabra Direct.
      3. Click Settings.



      4. Scroll down and expand Softphone (PC).
      5. In Preferred softphone, select Microsoft Skype for Business, and then click Apply.



      6. Start Microsoft Skype for Business.
      7. Select Options.

      8. Skype_4

      9. In Audio device, select your Jabra device.



      10. To test the audio for the Speaker or Ringer, click the green play icons, and then click OK.
      11. Jabra Direct will state that your Jabra device and Microsoft Skype for Business are ready to use.



      12. Note: Make sure your softphone is active and logged in, so it is available in Jabra Direct. See a full list of compatible softphones on www.jabra.com/direct.

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  • Installation

    • Why am I unable to use my Jabra device to control calls on my softphone?

      Prerequisites

      To use your Jabra device to control calls on your softphone, download and install Jabra Direct, and then personalize the settings. If these features do not work with Skype for Business, make sure to first accept the integration with Jabra Direct.

      Note: You can verify the softphone models that are supported on the Jabra Direct product page at www.jabra.com/direct.

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    • Why is my headset, which is certified for Microsoft Skype for Business, not set as the default audio device in Windows?

      You must manually define the setting for the default audio device in Windows. Follow these steps:

      Windows 8:

      1. On the Windows home screen, type “sound”, and then click or tap Settings.
      2. Click Sound.
      3. On the Playback tab, select your Jabra headset, and select Set Default.



      4. Do the same on the Recording tab.
      5. Click Apply and then click OK.

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    • Why does the computer not automatically toggle between my Jabra headset and another default audio device when I insert or remove my headset?

      Try to manually select your Jabra headset as the default audio device. To change the audio settings in Windows, follow these steps:

      1. Open the Windows Control Panel.
      2. Open Sound.
      3. Click the Playback tab.
        1. Select the headset.
        2. Click Set Default and, then click OK.

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    • What should I do if I cannot contact the dial-in server?

      You can use the touchscreen wizard to reset your desk phone automatically, or you can reset it manually. You can also retry the cable setup.

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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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  • Features

    • How do I turn on audio streaming with my Jabra headset?

      Prerequisites

      You can turn on audio streaming by using the touchscreen or by using Jabra Direct. Follow these steps:

      Turn on audio streaming using the touchscreen:

      1. Make sure your headset is not currently in use.
      2. On the touchscreen, tap the PC icon to select it.



      3. Tap PC Audio Communication.



      4. The headset is now ready to stream audio.
      5. To close the audio link, press the Multi-function button, or dock the headset in the base.



      Turn on audio streaming using Jabra Direct:

      1. Open Jabra Direct.
      2. Click Settings.



      3. Scroll down and expand Softphone (PC).
      4. Scroll down to Manual control of PC audio from Direct Dashboard, and then click to turn it On.



      5. Click Apply.

      Open the audio link for occasional audio streaming:

      1. Undock your Jabra headset.
      2. Click the Jabra Direct logo in the toolbar of your PC.
      3. In PC audio link, click to turn the audio link On or Off.



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    • How much talk time is left on my Jabra Go 6400 Series headset when the low battery indicator starts?

      There is approximately 10 minutes of talk time remaining when the low battery indicator starts.

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    • Does the Jabra GO 6400 series support A2DP?

      ​No, the Jabra GO 6400 series does not support A2DP.

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    • How do I find the firmware version of my Jabra headset using Jabra Direct?

      Prerequisites

      To find the firmware version of your headset, follow these steps:

      1. Open Jabra Direct.
      2. Click Settings.

      3.  

      4. Scroll down and expand Product Information.
      5. See Firmware version.



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    • How do I change the audio protection level on my Jabra headset using Jabra Direct?

      Prerequisites

      You can change the audio protection level in Jabra Direct using the following steps:

      1. Open Jabra Direct.
      2. Click Settings.



      3. Scroll down to Audio protection (IntelliTone) and select the level to use.



      4. Click Apply.

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    • How do I reset my Jabra headset to the default settings?

      Prerequisites

      When you reset your headset to the default settings, the previous settings will be deleted.

      To reset using Jabra Direct, follow these steps:

      1. Open Jabra Direct.
      2. Click Settings.



      3. Click Options.

      4.  

      5. Click Restore default settings.

      6.  

      7. Click Apply.

      Note: To reset the Jabra Evolve 65, it must be connected to a PC using a USB cable.

      To reset using the touchscreen, follow these steps:

      1. Tap the Settings icon.



      2. Tap Phone settings.



      3. Tap Reset configuration.



      4. Tap Confirm.



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    • How do I adjust the wireless range on my Jabra Go 6470?

      Prerequisites

      • Firmware version 4.6.5 or later

      To adjust the settings in Jabra Direct, follow these steps:

      1. Open Jabra Direct.
      2. Click Settings.



      3. Scroll down and expand Base.
      4. In Wireless range, select the range. You have the following options:

      5. Mode

        Range

        Normal

        Up to 100m/300 feet

        Low

        Up to 30m/90 feet

        Very low

        Up to 10m/30 feet




      6. Click Apply.

      To adjust the settings from the touch screen, follow these steps:

      1. Tap the Tool icon in the top right corner.



      2. Tap Base settings.



      3. Tap the arrow down icon to scroll, and then select Wireless range.



      4. The green checkmark indicates the current setting. Select the appropriate range.



      5. Tap Confirm to accept the change. The base will restart and be ready for use.



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    • Why is it important to update firmware for my Jabra device?

      Prerequisites

      Firmware updates usually improve the performance of your Jabra device, and sometimes they add new functionality.

      Note: To update some devices such as Jabra Link EHS adapters, Jabra Motion, or Jabra Stealth, they need to be connected directly to your PC by using a micro USB or USB cable.

      To check for new firmware, follow these steps:

      1. Open Jabra Direct.
      2. If a firmware update is available for your Jabra device, this is indicated on the main screen.



      3. To update the firmware, or to manually check for new firmware, click the Firmware Updater icon.



      4. The Jabra Direct Firmware Updater opens in a separate window.
      5. Select your Jabra device, and then click Next.



      6. Click Download, and when the download is finished, click Next.



      7. Follow the on-screen instructions. Do not unplug your device while the firmware update is in progress.

      Note: If you are using a Jabra USB dongle with your device, such as a Jabra Motion UC or Jabra Stealth UC, it is recommended to update both the headset and the dongle at the same time. Your PC must be connected to the Internet to download the latest firmware.

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    • Why is the power save function gone on my Jabra Go 6470?

      Prerequisites

      • Firmware version 4.6.5 or later

      When updating to firmware 4.6.5, the power save function is replaced by the Wireless range setting, which gives you more adjustment options.

      To adjust the settings in Jabra Direct, follow these steps:

      1. Open Jabra Direct.
      2. Click Settings.



      3. Scroll down and expand Base.
      4. In Wireless range, select from the following options:

      5. Mode

        Range

        Normal

        Up to 100m/300 feet

        Low

        Up to 30m/90 feet

        Very low

        Up to 10m/30 feet




      6. Click Apply.

      To adjust the settings from the touch screen, follow these steps:

      1. Tap the Tool icon in the top right corner.



      2. Tap Base settings.



      3. Use the arrow down icon to scroll, and then select Wireless range.



      4. The green checkmark indicates the current setting. Select the appropriate setting.



      5. Tap Confirm to accept the change, and the base will restart and be ready to use.



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    • How do I update the firmware on my Jabra device?

      Prerequisites

      To check for firmware and update your Jabra device, you must have Jabra Direct installed on your PC. To update devices such as Jabra Motion or Jabra Stealth, they must be connected directly to the PC using a USB cable. For some Jabra Link EHS adapters, you may need a micro USB cable to connect the adapter to the PC. Follow these steps:

      1. Open Jabra Direct.
      2. If a firmware update is available for your Jabra device, this is indicated on the main screen.



      3. To update the firmware or manually check for new firmware, click the Firmware Updater icon.

      4.  

      5. The Jabra Direct Firmware Updater opens in a new window.
      6. Select your Jabra device, and then click Next.



      7. Click Download. When the download is finished, click Next.



      8. Follow the on-screen instructions. Do not unplug your device while a firmware update is in progress.

      Note: If you are using a Jabra USB dongle with your Jabra device (such as Jabra Motion UC or Jabra Stealth UC) it is recommended that you update both the headset and the dongle at the same time. The PC must be connected to the Internet to download the latest firmware.

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    • How do I use hot desking with my Jabra Go 6470?

      Prerequisites

      • Firmware version 4.6.5 or later

      In a hot desking environment, you can pair your Jabra Go 6470 headset with any Jabra Go 6470 base. To pair your headset with a different base, dock the headset in the base and wait a few seconds for the headset to pair with the base.




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    • How do I transfer a call from Microsoft Skype for Business to my mobile phone?

      When you are on a call, follow these steps:

      1. Make sure your headset is paired with your mobile phone.
      2. Click Call Controls.

      3. Skype_1

      4. Click Transfer.

      5. Skype_2

        1. Click My Mobile to transfer the call to the mobile number attached to your Skype for Business account.
        2. If the mobile number is not entered in Skype for Business, enter the number in the Choose a contact or conversation, or type a name field. Then click Transfer.

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      6. Accept the incoming call on your mobile phone.

      Note: Your Skype for Business client needs to support outgoing calls for this feature to work.

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    • How do I transfer a call from Microsoft Lync for Mac 2011 to my mobile phone?

      When you are on a call, use the following steps:

      Note: Your Lync client needs to support outgoing calls for this feature to work. Also, make sure your headset is paired with your mobile phone.

      1. Click the Transfer Call icon.



      2. Click Other Person or Number…



      3. In the search box, enter the phone number to which you want to transfer the call.
      4. Click OK.



      5. Accept the incoming call on your mobile phone.

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    • What is the talk time of my Jabra Go 6400 headset?

      ​There is up to 6 hours of talk time. It depends on the device with which the headset is connected.

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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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  • 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

    • 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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    • How does the Intellitone setting work on my Jabra headset?

      According to EC (European Commission) standards, the SPL (Sound Pressure Level) during a full working day of 8 hours should be less than 85 dBA. The Jabra Pro and Jabra Go headsets comply with this standard by using an Auto Volume algorithm running in IntelliTone levels 1-4. In level 3, the SPL does not exceed 85 dBA.

      Depending on your volume setting, the Auto Volume function regulates the incoming audio, so that long-term, average speech energy is constant. At the highest volume setting, this target level is approximately 85 dBA.

      For levels 1 and 2, where fewer hours are specified, the target level is adjusted according to how much the user is exposed during this period. For example, reaching the 85 dBA over an 8 hour working day, corresponds to an additional 3 dB over a 4 hour period. In this case, the SPL can be set higher for level 1 (0-4 hours) and level 2 (4-8 hours) and still comply with the 85 dBA requirement.

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    • What is the range of my Jabra Go 6400 series headset?

      The Jabra Go 6400 series headsets support the following maximum ranges:

      • When using the Jabra Link 350 Bluetooth adapter with a softphone: up to 100m*
      • When using a Bluetooth connection in the Jabra base with a desk phone**: up to 100m*
      • When using most mobile phones: up to 25m*

      * In practice, you may find the range to be somewhat shorter due to physical obstructions and electromagnetic interference. In addition, if your headset is in power save mode, the range is slightly reduced. When you move away from the Bluetooth partner, the sound quality in your headset slowly deteriorates, but it is restored when you move back into range. The sound is lost if you move completely out of the given range.

      ** Only supported by Jabra Go 6470.

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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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    • Are Jabra headsets safe to use?

      Yes, Jabra headsets are safe to use. All Jabra headsets feature a technology that protects the user against sudden, loud sound spikes.

      Many acoustic experts define acoustic shock as exposure to sounds over 135 dB SPL, even though lower sounds can damage the hearing. All Jabra headsets cut off sounds at 118 dB SPL RMS (Root Mean Square).

      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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Download area
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Mac

File description Language or Region Release date Version File size Release notes
Jabra Suite for Mac English 10/1/2015 2.5 19 MB Download

Integration for:

  • CounterPath Bria (for full Remote Call Control from Jabra audio devices)

New features and enhancements:

  • Jabra Speak 810 - product support for Remote Call Control integration and Firmware Updater
  • Full management of Bluetooth connections for Jabra Bluetooth devices (search for, pair with and connect to Jabra USB dongle LINK 360)
  • Various stability and performance improvements
System requirements & Compatibility:
See Jabra Suite for Mac Datasheet

Windows

File description Language or Region Release date Version File size Release notes
Firmware General 7/30/2013 4.6 3,5 MB Download
Service Pack 1 for Value Pack 3
 
Release Date: 30/07/2013
Software Release No.: 4.6.5

 
New features
•Jabra GO 6470: Hot-desking feature
•Range control feature to enhance density performance and wireless security level
 
Enhancements
•General stability improvements

Important information for Jabra GO 6470 (Only concerning Windows XP)
Due to instability issues when performing a firmware update of Jabra GO 6470 on Windows XP, please ensure the following in order to minimize the risk of failure:

If you need to update firmware on Windows XP make sure the Jabra GO 6470 is connected directly to a USB port on the PC itself.

Jabra PC Suite
To get the best user experience when updating Jabra GO 6400 Series use the latest version of Jabra PC Suite is available at www.Jabra.com/pcsuite 
Jabra Direct English 1/28/2016 3.3 24,1 MB Download

Improved softphone integration for:

  • Skype for Business 2016 (Generic implementation added)
  • IBM Sametime (driver enhancements and bug fixes)

Improved Jabra audio device support for:

  • Jabra PRO 9400: Added "Ultra Low Power" setting
  • Jabra PRO 9450: Added password protection of "Wideband/Narrowband"

System requirements & Compatibility:
See the Jabra Direct datasheet, page 3: Datasheet

Manuals

Documentation for download Language or Region File format File size
Accessory Overview English PDF 2,5 MB Download
Brochure PDF 2,2 MB Download
Datasheet English PDF 486,4 KB Download
Declaration of Conformity English PDF 74,6 KB Download
Quick Start Guide PDF 21,8 MB Download
Serial Number Location English PDF 449,1 KB Download
Technical Specification English PDF 584,9 KB Download
User Manual PDF 485,5 KB Download