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The Jabra LINK 180 is fully compatible with Microsoft Windows and
Mac, as well as all leading desk phones (Avaya, Siemens,
Nortel, etc.) and softphones (MSOC, CIPC, MSN, Skype etc.).
Yes, the Jabra LINK 180 is compatible with Windows 7.
Yes, the Jabra LINK 180 is designed to support wideband both on the transmit and receive side in PC and telephone modes.
Mute functionality is not an intended feature of the Jabra LINK 180. However you may add an inline mute switch by connecting the Jabra product no. 8855-00-00 between the quick disconnect (QD) on the headset and the QD on the cable connected to the Jabra LINK 180 device.
The compatibility switch on the Jabra LINK 180 is used to setup this device to a specific deskphone. Please find overview of possible settings below:
1. Open Jabra PC Suite.
2. Click on the softphone tab
3. Under Target softphone for outgoing calls, select the desired softphone.
4. Click Apply and then OK
Firmware updates usually improve performance and sometimes add new functionalities to your device. To update the firmware:
Launch Jabra Firmware Updater installed with Jabra PC Suite, and follow the Firmware Updater wizard.
You can also check for updates via Jabra Control Center > Help > Check for Updates.
The Jabra LINK 180 is powered via the USB cable to the computer, without the need for a separate power supply.
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