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No beeping or ringing sound comes through the headset, only through the phone itself.
By Danny Mullen on September 22, 2013
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You do have to lift the handset off the hook in order to use the headset.
By Little John on March 8, 2014
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Any corded phone will work. I used a bottom-of-the-line 5.00 phone from WalMart. It worked very well.
By cozmic cowgirl on May 15, 2014
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No, connecting the headset does not disable the handset. There is a button on the headset base to turn the headset on and off--like a toggle switch between the headset and handset. Very easy to switch back and forth. However, when you want to use the headset, the handset does have to be out of the cradle. (Put the head… see more No, connecting the headset does not disable the handset. There is a button on the headset base to turn the headset on and off--like a toggle switch between the headset and handset. Very easy to switch back and forth. However, when you want to use the headset, the handset does have to be out of the cradle. (Put the headset on, then pick up the handset for the line to connect. I have a wall phone at work, so I just hang the handset on top of the phone base until I want to end the call.) see less
By Peggy J Stewart on April 8, 2014
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Can't see why it wouldn't be, it connects where the phone headset attaches so should not interfere with the multi line features.
By Richard K. on April 7, 2014
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No, it does not.
By lakieshia mcghee on October 29, 2013
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Search for one which features a "quick disconnect" cord - you can leave the headset on and leave the other end plugged into the phone. Or replace the cord with this: http://www.amazon.com/Plantronics-Polaris-Headset-Disconnect-2719001/dp/B00006B7RS/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1380047211&sr=1-1&keywords=plantro… see more Search for one which features a "quick disconnect" cord - you can leave the headset on and leave the other end plugged into the phone. Or replace the cord with this: http://www.amazon.com/Plantronics-Polaris-Headset-Disconnect-2719001/dp/B00006B7RS/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1380047211&sr=1-1&keywords=plantronics+quick+disconnect+headset see less
By SkyyeBlue on September 24, 2013
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The cord from the phone to the base that your headset is attached to depends on how long of a phone cord you have. I have purchased two 6 ft phone cord and used them to give more areas that I can go to from the phone to the headset base. The only issues it that if you have multiple lines coming in you need to be clos… see more The cord from the phone to the base that your headset is attached to depends on how long of a phone cord you have. I have purchased two 6 ft phone cord and used them to give more areas that I can go to from the phone to the headset base. The only issues it that if you have multiple lines coming in you need to be close to the main phone system to access the phone lines as they ring in. The cord from the headset to the base is only 8 ft. Hopefully this will help. Jennifer see less
By Tom Carr on October 27, 2013
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Yes it works just fine with a hard wired landline, I have it connected to my office phone.
By Richard K. on September 28, 2013
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Into a phone. I use it @ work with IP phone. It gets the job done is all I'll say.
By A. Bapat on January 6, 2014