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Thread: Resound phone clip and business phone connection

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    It got delivered yesterday. Very tough setting it up this morning. I plugged in the power supply, plugged the line between the phone and handset and the MDA200. The BT300 went into pairing mode when I plugged it in. Had to unplug it again to put the Clip + into pairing mode, then plugged the adapter back in. They both went to blue lights almost immediately. The first customer on line said she could barely hear me so I set the mic volume to 3 and she said it was perfect. Life should always be that difficult!!

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    Hi,
    i am hoping to pick up a pair of Resound Enzos2 9series. how would i set these aids up with a mitel ip phone system, the phone model i use is Mitel 5330 and it does have an head set socket free. so what route should i go down? i have looked at SSP 2714-01 but doesnt say if its compatible with Resound.

    i would be greatful for any help
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    Quote Originally Posted by grid View Post
    Hi,
    i am hoping to pick up a pair of Resound Enzos2 9series. how would i set these aids up with a mitel ip phone system, the phone model i use is Mitel 5330 and it does have an head set socket free. so what route should i go down? i have looked at SSP 2714-01 but doesnt say if its compatible with Resound.

    i would be greatful for any help
    The MDA200 with the SSP2714-01 works great with my Resound Verso (Costco model). You would need the Plantronics EHS cable for your specific phone model


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    Hi Don

    i had info back from Platonics no mention of n EHS cable though? they got down MDA200 + BT300 SSP 2714-01 + Users existing Bluetooth hearing aid compatible pendant (would i need this part? i do have a resound multi mic if that helps)


    Quote Originally Posted by Don View Post
    The MDA200 with the SSP2714-01 works great with my Resound Verso (Costco model). You would need the Plantronics EHS cable for your specific phone model
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    I think they are talking the Phone Clip + as the BT compatible device. It isn't a pendant but a clip on. It is an excellent BT device with solid range and provides bidirectional BT.
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    Hi Ken

    just spoke to our phone provider, they say they do not have EHS for mitel phone. however they do have this phone.....http://mitel.co.uk/products/business...nd-accessories

    would this be of any use to me, with a pair of Resound Enzo.
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    This is the problem -- it isn't Bluetooth; so, it won't work with aids:

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    Last edited by KenP; 12-12-2016 at 10:55 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KenP View Post

    Hi Ken

    i ended up with phone clip and bought a mitel blutooth module, didnt need a EHS calbe but all works great. thank you for your input, it was appreciated
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    Hello! I am new to the hearing aid world. I am excited to find this forum. I have a Cisco IP Phone 7940 series and would like to use my hearing aid with it. My hearing aid is a Resound Enzo2 9. I have the MDA200 on order as well as the BT300. I will be ordering the Phone Clip+ when I visit my Audio next week. Is there any other piece of equipment I need?

    Thanks again for the support!

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