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#91816 11/04/08 05:21 PM
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Partner 18D Euro 2 style phones

I'm looking for a headset that would be wireless for a customer. I looked into the Plantronics CT10 ans CT12 and REALLY, REALLY like them, but they seem to be discontinued according to the plantronics web site. Any other alternatives. Thanks!

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#91817 11/04/08 06:46 PM
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If you don't need the dialing capability, I use the Plantronics Voyager 500A with the lifter on my 18D. It's bluetooth instead of 900Mhz, so it also works with my cell phone.


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#91818 11/05/08 05:02 PM
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Thanks, but the customer doesn't like the blue tooth headsets. Which lifter, The HL1 or the HL10?

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If you go to the Plantronics site they have a compatibility search for the phone you are using. It will give you your choices for the Avaya 18D.

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#91820 11/06/08 04:35 PM
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Yup already checked Plantronics. I know there are many more choices for an Avaya 18D than there search results portray. I will keep searching.

Thanks for the help

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I know there are many more choices for an Avaya 18D than there search results portray.

I wouldn't be too sure of that. Why would they not want to tell you about them?

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#91822 11/07/08 03:21 AM
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Your probably right Hal. The ones I have installed and seen in action must be discontinued. Like this one:
https://www.plantronics.com/north_america/en_US/products/office/headset-connectors/ca10

Thanks!

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My sales rep placed a call to Plantronics this week about the CT12. She was told that it was replaced with a CT14 which is not even on their website yet.


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#91824 11/07/08 11:35 AM
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Go with the Plantrinics CS50, or if they are in a high frequency environemt a CS55. Were Plantronics dealers and have sold 1000's of these with Euro/Euro2 18D's.

Those are the best bang for the money on the market.

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Oh yeah and you would want the HL10 lifter, the HL1 is the old school huge lifter.

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