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Wireless headsets compatible with NEC model DTU-16d, DT300, Univerge, DTerm Series phones

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Which wireless headsets are compatible with NEC phones: DTU-16d, DT300, Univerge, DTerm series phones?


Wireless headsets are designed to be compatible with all NEC phones. The trick is knowing which accessories are appropriate for your NEC phone.  Wireless headsets come with a base station that interfaces with the telephone and your handset.

The base station allows you to use the wireless headset or the handset as needed.  Check out the video demonstration below for additional details and recommended wireless headsets.


1) If you want to roam around the office with your headset you will need the "remote lifter" accessory.  This accessories allows you to pickup/hangup directly from the headset. If you do not purchase the "remote lifter" the headset will still work but you will need to manually pickup calls at the telephone prior to using the headset.  The Jabra remote lifter is the GN1000 and the Plantronics remote lifter is the HL-10.  

Popular wireless headsets for NEC IP phones:

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Plantronics Legend CS Plantronics CS540 Jabra Motion Office Jabra 920 PRO
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If you have questions about your NEC phone compatibility and which accessory is required for your phone feel free to start a chat session or call us 703-766-6363. Global Teck Worldwide provides a ProSetup Service that walks you through the complete installation of any headset on our website. All items mentioned in this article are available online for purchasing.

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Views: 11900 Created on: Mar 16, 2011
Date updated: Jun 09, 2014

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