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Topic # 92508 31-Oct-2011 14:03
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Hi
was wondering if such solution exist, wanting a hands free solution for a landline. preferably a small ear piece which can receive and end calls. would be great if it can integrate with my existing Uniden dect cordless phones in terms of intercoms. 

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  Reply # 539593 31-Oct-2011 14:40
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Im using a Plantronics Voyager 500A for my work phone, works well, but comes at a price (@$500 I think)




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  Reply # 539596 31-Oct-2011 14:50
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Any other cheaper solution?

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  Reply # 539601 31-Oct-2011 15:16
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Cheaper?



Seriously though the Plantronics stuff is great. Check Trademe, there is sometimes gear on there for a good price.



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  Reply # 539602 31-Oct-2011 15:18
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Haha.

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  Reply # 539608 31-Oct-2011 15:26
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A cheap headset is probably cheaper, and will give better call quality to you and the person you're talking to. Not sure how you hook it to your phone though, i've never looked into it.




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  Reply # 539616 31-Oct-2011 16:00
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Jabra do some cheaper solutions than Plantronics I think

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