How To Install Your Jabra Pro 920 Wireless Headset

Jabra Pro 920 and an icon of a gear and wrench showing setup

Jabra Pro 920 and an icon of a gear and wrench showing setup

Hooking up a wireless headset should be a simple task right? Unfortunately, it can be confusing and not always as simple as we’d like. With that in mind, this blog is intended to provide you with some step-by-step instructions on how to set-up your Jabra Pro 920 wireless headset to your desk phone.

Line drawing of a Jabra Pro 920 stand being opened

 

desk phone with instructions to unplug the handset cord

 

picture of the bottom of a desk telephone

Jabra pro 920 telephone interface cable

 

Image of connection ports on a desk telephone

 

 

line drawing of Jabra pro 920 connection ports

 

line drawing of Jabra Pro 920 connection ports

 

line drawing of Jabra Pro 920 with ac power connection info

 

line drawing of jabra pro 920 showing headset top being placed into base

 

line drawing of Jabra pro 920 compatibility dial on back of the base

 

line drawing of jabra pro 920 base showing mic adjustment button

You're good to go!!

The set up and operation of the Jabra Pro 920 would be slightly different if using a handset lifter or Electronic Hookswitch Cable (EHS Cable). The intent of this blog was to assist you in getting the 920 wireless headset, without lifter or EHS, hooked up and working.  Hopefully this was helpful.

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Box full of old headsets

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