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Topic # 118994 16-May-2013 12:38
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Hi,

I'm after some advice from some of the telecommunications experts around here.

I want a headset for my landline phone that is cheap/economical.  This is my setup:

I have a VTech cordless phone attached to my Orcon Genius router.  It has a second handset in another room.  It is that other room (where the Genius is not present) that I want to hook up some sort of headset.  The phone itself has no port to connect a headset directly too.

One obvious answer is to replace the phones with ones that a headset can be connected to.  But are there any options available if I were to keep the existing phones?

Any help/advice would be appreciated.


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  Reply # 821889 19-May-2013 11:59
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If there is no headset port on the phones then yes you will have to replace them if you want one




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  Reply # 821950 19-May-2013 14:17
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You can probably get a headset that plugs into the handset socket (if this is a desk phone)




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