GN Netcom GN 8000-MPA
GN 8000 MPA connects headsets directly to any type of telephone or system. It is easy to set up and use, and a wide range of features will ensure your efficiency and comfort all day long. The headset/handset switch allows you to switch between your headset and handset. If you are using the mute switch this will cut off your voice so you can talk privately without the caller hearing you. The built-in on-line indicator will ensure that you will not get interrupted while talking into your headset. ... Read more [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your GN Netcom GN 8000-MPA photo ]
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GN Netcom GN 8000-MPA
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|thekaempfer||6:20am on Friday, June 18th, 2010|
|Pricey but works well. I like this so much I have one at home, and another at work. But there are cheaper alternatives.|
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Getting the most out of your headset
The Multi-Purpose Amplifier - improves usability and adds safety to your headset Wide range of built-in features - optimise your telephone or PC system Connects easily to your telephone or PC - comes in two versions for individual applications Compatible suitable for use with almost any type of telephone or PC
GN 8000 MPA
GN 8050 TCA
The GN 8000 Series is the perfect choice in connection with any headset. It actually brings you even closer to the person you are talking to, letting you benefit from what feels like a face-to-face conversation. The Multi-Purpose Amplifier connects and adds protection. It will boost your overall efficiency and productivity as simple as that! The unique technology of the GN 8000 series makes it easier for you to connect your headset to even more telephones or computers. It includes a wide range of built-in features. Voice Switching that helps you reduce background noise, which benefits the person you are talking to. Voice Compression ensures consistent sound volume and provides you with optimum hearing protection. GN 8000 MPA for telephones GN 8000-MPA connects headsets directly to any type of telephone or system. It is easy to set up and use, and a wide range of features will ensure your efficiency and comfort all day long. The headset/handset switch allows you to switch between your headset and handset. The built-in on-line indicator will ensure that you will not get interrupted while talking into your headset. With the GN 8000 MPA all combinations are possible. GN 8050 TCA for PC/telephones Headset solutions are becoming more and more common in conjunction with a PC for various desktop utilities such as web telephony, voice recognition and voice dictation. In response to this growing demand, we have designed the GN 8050 TCA. With the built-in PC/telephone switch, you simply use one headset for both the telephone and PC. GN 8050 TCA is compatible with most audio devices. The GN 8000 Series - your gateway to world-wide communications.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Why does the other party have a hard time hearing me? Make sure the Mute Switch is in the talk position. Check the position of the headset microphone boom and make sure it is placed approximately one finger width away from your lower lip. The Transmit Volume Control may be too low. Lift the amplifier top cover and adjust the transmit volume to a higher number. You may have the System Selector Switch in a position that does not correspond with your telephone. Lift the amplifier top cover and move the System Selector Switch to another position. Why do I hear an echo in my headset when I talk? The Transmit Volume Control may be too high. Lift the amplifier top cover and adjust the transmit volume towards the left to a lower number. Why do I hear a beeping noise in my headset? A beeping noise in your headset may indicate the batteries in your amplifier are low. Replace both batteries using only AA size Alkaline batteries. Why doesnt the On-Line Indicator light or flash? Make sure the Headset Stand/On-Line Indicator is plugged all the way into the port on the rear of the amplifier. Make sure that the batteries are properly installed. Replace the batteries with fresh batteries.
For More Information:
GN 8000 Series
CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS GN Netcom, Inc. 77 Northeastern Blvd. Nashua, NH 03062 1-800-826-4656 1-603-598-1100 Fax: 1-603-598-1122 REGIONAL HEADQUARTERS-ASIA PACIFIC GN Netcom Asia Ltd. Unit 1514, Citic Tower 1, Tim Mei Avenue Central, Hong Kong +6828 Fax: +6886 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org CHINA GN Netcom China 15th Floor, Jingan Center No. 8 East Beisanhuan Road Beijing 100028, P.R. China +Fax: +E-Mail: email@example.com
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Why cant I hear a dial tone when the headset is on? Make sure you have inserted both the headset and handset cords into the appropriate ports. Make sure the Headset/Handset Switch is in the headset position. Make sure that the batteries are properly installed. Replace the batteries with fresh batteries. You may have the System Selector Switch in a position that does not correspond with your telephone. Lift the amplifier top cover and move the System Selector Switch to another position.
Components 1 Headset Stand/On-Line Indicator 2 Top Cover 3 Battery Save Switch 4 Mute Switch 5 Receive Volume Control 6 Headset/Handset Switch 7 Transmit Volume Control 8 Battery Compartment 9 System Selector Switch 10 Battery Door 11 Headset Stand/On-Line Indicator Port 12 Headset Port 13 AC Power Adapter Port 14 Telephone Port 15 Handset Port
AUSTRALIA GN Netcom Australia Pty. Ltd. 9 Prospect Street Box Hill, VIC 3128, Australia +Fax: +E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org JAPAN GN Netcom K.K. Kasuga Building 2-9-3 lidabashi Chiyoda-ku Tokyo 102-0072, Japan +Fax: +E-Mail: email@example.com SINGAPORE GN Netcom Singapore Pte. Ltd. 76 Shenton Way #07-00 Singapore 079119 +4550 Fax: +4551 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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1. Connect all cords.
4. Push the battery door firmly
shut until it locks into place.
8. Put on your headset and
remove the telephone handset from its cradle. Locate the System Selector Switch below the battery compartment. Slowly move the System Selector Switch through each position until you hear a clear dial tone. Note: Positions G, H and I do not require batteries. You may remove the batteries from the battery compartment for positions G, H and I only.
9. Place a call. Adjust the Trans-
mit Volume Control until the other party can hear you clearly (1 is the softest, 8 is the loudest).
Battery Save Switch
The Battery Save Switch is designed to conserve battery power by putting the amplifier into sleep mode when it is sitting idle for more than two minutes. The circuit design allows the amplifier to awaken under several selectable conditions. Position A Battery Save feature is on. Amplifier is activated by the receive (incoming) audio. Position B Battery Save feature is on. Amplifier is activated by the receive (incoming) or the transmit (microphone) audio. Position C Battery Save feature is off. Amplifier runs continually. If using this setting, it is recommended that the Headset/Handset Switch be put in the handset position when the headset is not in use in order to save the battery. Note: A beeping noise in the headset indicates that the batteries are low. Replace both batteries using only AA size Alkaline batteries.
2. Lift the top cover. Open the
battery door on the right side of the amplifier and swing the door open.
5. Set the Headset/Handset
Switch to the headset position.
10. Adjust the Receive Volume
Control by sliding the button until you can comfortably hear the other party. If your telephone has a volume control, set it to the mid to low end of the range for optimum headset performance. At the completion of the call, place the telephone handset back on its cradle.
6. Set the Mute Switch to the
talk position. Note: Setting the Mute Switch to the mute position will mute your voice to the phone and direct it to the computer.
3. Install the two AA batteries
included with the amplifier. CAUTION: Always disconnect the amplifier from the telephone before replacing batteries.
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7. Set the Receive Volume
Control to mid range.
Note: Batteries are required to use the On-Line Indicator. The OnLine Indicator flashes red when the telephone is off-hook, indicating that you are on the phone. Rotate the On-Line Indicator so the light is seen from the best direction for your work area.
The convenient AC Power Adapter replaces the need for batteries. AC
GN 8000 MPA connects headsets directly to any type of telephone or system. It is easy to set up and use, and a wide range of features will ensure your efficiency and comfort all day long. The headset/handset switch allows you to switch between your headset and handset. If you are using the mute switch this will cut off your voice so you can talk privately without the caller hearing you. The built-in on-line indicator will ensure that you will not get interrupted while talking into your headset. With the GN 8000 MPA all combinations are possible.
|Product Type||Headset amplifier|
|Service & Support||2 years warranty|
|Service & Support Details||Limited warranty - 2 years|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
|Part Numbers||8000-03, GN 8000-MPA|
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