Question about Plantronics Radio Communications
I have a plantroics C052. IT is the black/dual ear wireless headset for office phones. The back of it has an audio jack, but there isn't any type of usb jack on it. I am trying to find a way to use this phone with the computer in order to use on the new voip crm software we are using at the office. Does anyone know of a way to get this to work? Any way to open it up and solder in a usb port or anything? I would appreciate all help. I am pretty good with most technology, but haven't figured out how to make this possible yet.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Start with the device off but fully charged. Press and hold the call control button for 8 seconds; at this point, you'll see the light flash blue then red. You'll have two minutes to connect it to your new phone. Use the passkey 0000 after your phone finds the headset.
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
Begin with Headset turned off. Press button for 6 sec. Release button when Light Indicator flashes blue and red. Headset is ready to pair with Bluetooth device. Use your device?s menu to enter pairing mode and select ?320 Plantronics? on the display. When asked for passkey, enter ?0000.?
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
You may need to re-subscribe the headset.
NOTE: Before re-subscribing the system make sure the IntelliStand switch (on the right side of the charging base) is in the "_" position and NOT the "=" position.
The headset and the base unit are supplied subscribed to each other. However, if you wish to use a replacement headset with the base unit (or if you lose your connection to the base unit), then you must re-subscribe as follows:
1. Return the headset to the charging base.
2. Press and hold both the + and - buttons on the back of the charging base until the red light on the front of the base starts to flash.
3. Let go of both buttons. The red light should continue to flash.
4. Press the mute switch (black wheel on the top of the headset) straight down until a green light appears on the headset, then let go of the wheel, and the light should remain on the headset.
5. Resubscription is finished when the red light on the base is fully illuminated and the green light on the headset disappears.
6. Remove the headset from the charging base lift telephone handset/press headset button if not using a handset lifter. The headset and base should now be connected.
7. If this procedure does not resolve your issue to try a system reset.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
I have the same problem. I suspect that this headset is not USB compatible at all. It possibly only uses the USB connection as a source of power (for the vibration effect). This is a problem for me because I wanted to use the headset on a PS3. Saitek don't claim that it works with the PS3, but the claim of USB compatibility is ambiguous and misleading in my opinion.
Posted on Dec 27, 2009
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