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Simplify your transition to Unified Communications (UC) by helping manage calls from desk phones, softphones, and even mobile phones with the same headset. Intuitive and straightforward, the Poly (formerly Plantronics) MDA220 USB adapter helps you migrate seamlessly to Unified Communications (UC) while keeping your desk phones.
Its intelligent design makes it easy to switch between desk phones, softphones, and, if using a Poly Bluetooth® USB headset, even mobile phones.
Teams can manage calls without changing headsets—giving voice to enterprise. Plus, this forward thinking, adaptable switch is built to facilitate future compatibility with the latest softphones and Poly headsets.
TECH TIP: BT600 Bluetooth Dongle is compatible with the MDA220. The BT700 is not compatible.
Use with Plantronics EHS cable or HL10 handset lifter to enable remote answer/end control with the desk phone.
(A/C Adapter is required if used with HL10 handset lifter)
Use with corded or wireless USB headsets or Plantronics H-series headsets (with DA Series USB adapter).
*Not compatible with Savi 8200 Office and UC series
**When used with the BT600
Computer USB-A, Desk Phone
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– December 27, 2018
The MDA220 was purchased for use on a ShoreTEL phone system. I also wished to explore the possibilities of using a less expensive USB headset or earbuds with a USB adapter since I was told by Headsetsdirect that it would probably work. First, I tried two different adapters with the earbuds and it somewhat worked for listening but not with a microphone. I say someone because I first needed to plugin a Plantronics USB headset then swap it with the earbuds. Next, I tried a Logitech USB headset. Again this was problematic so I gave up on this. Finally, I used the MDA220 with a Plantronics headset. It worked with the Plantronics but the MDA220 often went offline requiring me to fuss with unplugging the device to redirect the headset. I used it for a few days and became mildly frustrated with it. This would never be accepatble by someone that was not technical or had no patients for fussy tech. Overall the MDA2220 is a fail for me purposes. I only wish that I could return it to headsetsdirect but the cleaning crew took the packing out with the trash. The MDA220 will likely go into the trash too.
– December 27, 2018
The MDA220 can be complicated because you’re adapting USB headsets to a deskphone. An A/C adapter may also come into play to help with how devices are defaulted. There are much easier solutions available for ShoreTel phones that don’t require the MDA220.
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