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The Jabra GN1000 remote handset lifter manually lifts the handset of the desk phone to make or answer a call. For instructions on how to mount the device, refer to the product documentation supplied with the Jabra GN1000.
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.
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.
To pair using NFC, follow these steps:
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.
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.
There are two ways to pair your Jabra Pro 9x5 BT with your Jabra Link 360.
To pair manually, follow these steps:
To pair using Jabra Direct, follow these steps:
You can pair your Jabra Pro 9x5 series headset with your mobile phone in two ways.
To pair using the headset base, follow these steps:
To pair using the headset, follow these steps:
Jabra Pro 920 or Jabra Pro 925 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).
1. Set the phone set-up switch to position A
2. Have someone call this phone and wait at least 10 seconds before answering the call. The appropriate EHS mode will be set automatically.
3. Place a test call to a colleague and set the volume adjustment appropriately for your microphone audio level.
Use the following steps. Refer to the user manual for your Jabra headset to determine the location of the dial tone switch and how to set it in IQ mode.
In order for auto EHS mode to be fully functional the EHS cable must be plugged in before the base is powered on. Exceptions include Siemens Optipoint, which must be selected in the voice prompted settings menu (remote call control).
Select one of the following methods:
Note: The base needs to be turned on when you dock the new primary headset.
1. Make sure the firmware for the headset meets the following version requirements.
• Jabra Pro 9400 Series: version 3.11.2 or later
• Jabra Motion Office series: version 1.17 or later
• Jabra Pro 925 series: version 1.4.0 or later
• Jabra Pro 920: version 2.5.4 or later
2. Make sure the firmware for the Cisco desk phone meets the following requirements.
• SCCP (Signalling Connection Control Part) 9-4-1 or later
• SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) 9-4-1 or later
3. Make sure the EHS feature is activated on the Cisco phone on the Preferences menu as shown in the following screenshot.
Note: The EHS setup is done on the phone itself, and nothing is done on the Cisco CallManager (CUCM).
The settings for the dial tone switch and the microphone volume on your Jabra headset may be set incorrectly. Try the following adjustments:
Refer to the user manual for specific instructions on how to adjust this setting.
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.
Yes, you can adjust some of the main settings such as range, audio protection, and auto sleep mode. To use the voice guided setup menu, follow these steps:
To find the firmware version of your headset, follow these steps:
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.
When you reset your headset to the default settings, the previous settings will be deleted.
To reset using Jabra Direct, follow these steps:
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:
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:
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.
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:
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.
DSP is used in Jabra headsets to enhance the audio quality of the human voice and to reduce noise. Audio quality is improved for both the wearer of the Jabra headset and the person on the other end of a call.
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).
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.
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:
If you handle or store rechargeable batteries incorrectly, their lifetime may be reduced.
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.
New features and enhancements:
Improved softphone integration for:
Improved Jabra audio device support for:
System requirements & Compatibility:
See the Jabra Direct datasheet, page 3: Datasheet