Anyone know how long the cord is on this headset and if it's shielded?I've looked everywhere on the internet but cannot find a thing about it.To people who own this headset,if it doesn't say on the box how long it is,could somebody measure it to see how many feet long?Thank you
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Don't know why answers for different type of headsets shown up on a question about the Telex 850. Probably there is an issue with the cord. The cord has two shielded "double" wires on each pair. The ones for the mic are "white" and "light blue". May be one is cut preventing the mic to work. Look around for a local avionics shop, they should be able to fix it. Hope this helps ;)
Turn over the S11 base and insert the headset slot. This is at the
top of the base. Remove the handset cord from your telephone base and
plug into the handset jack (there will be a picture). Using the short
cord that came with the S11, plug into the line jack on the back
of your base and the other end into the slot on your telephone where you
removed the handset cord. Plug the headset cord into the headset jack
that is on your S11 base. Connect the the A/C power adapter to the S11
A/C jack and a wall outlet. Put on the headset. Press the
handset/headset switch and pick up the handset off your telephone, set
it aside to make calls. Slide the configuration switch (on the side of
the S11 base) until you hear a clear dial tone.
I understand you need an A2PD compliant bluetooth adaptor. I’ve just installed one on my PC at work, asked Windows to look for updated drivers on the internet and it has installed correctly.
You can get an A2PD adaptor from Amazon for £1.50 here