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Poly SSP 2714-01 - network adapter

Mfg.Part: 92714-01 | CDW Part: 2857013 | UNSPSC: 43201409
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  • USB
  • Bluetooth
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  • USB
  • Bluetooth
The Plantronics SSP 2714-01 Network Adapter is a great choice for Bluetooth hearing aid pendant users. This mini network adapter can be used to connect Bluetooth hearing aids to a desktop office phone or computer using the Plantronics MDA200. With an easy-to-use mechanism, this Bluetooth adapter is compatible with Phonak, Oticon and Starkey SurfLink Bluetooth-enabled systems for added convenience.
  • Works with Bluetooth-enabled hearing aid pendant systems
  • Compatible with systems operating with 56-bit security for convenience
  • Sturdy and versatile wireless adapter for a wide range of applications
Plantronics SSP 2714-01 - network adapter is rated5.00 out of5 by2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This product solves a major problem for the hearing impairedMost employment requires the use of a phone. Traditionally business phones are land-line (not portable) with a console keyboard. The MDA 200 Adaptor used in conjuntion with the SSP BlueTooth transmitter allows one to answer phones and hear thorough the Phonak ComPilot system clearly. The combination of these two items is allowing me to work where I wish and not dodge using a telephone. your rep was most helpful and in some cases more knowledgeable than the Plantronics tech that I contacted. Please tell your sales people that thie combination MDA200 must use a computer or it will not function. The MDA200 installs drivers into the operating system of the computer enabling the MDA200 to function. When the MDA 200 is working, pairing the SSP to the Phonak Compilot is easy. Just remember that the Compilot must be in the pairing mode prior to inserting the SSP into the MDA200. When this is done, the SSP when inserted will automatically seek out and pair with the Compilot. None of this is explained in the Plantronics SSP instructions. I researched this, making several call to Plantronics and working with my Doctor of Audiology. Everything works great if you install correctly. George de Moss
Date published: 2014-12-17T00:00:00-05:00