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How to use a Cable to Connect Plantronics CS540 Wireless Headphones ?

How to use a Cable to Connect Plantronics CS540 Wireless Headphones ?



The Plantronics CS540 belongs to the CS500 series. The CS500 series belongs to a new wireless standard and a new earphone design. It improves performance and stable reliability on a streamlined basis. It is one of the best-selling wireless earphones in the CS series. The CS540 earphones are the lightest in the industry, at only 21 grams, giving you a range of up to 350 feet (100 meters) to roam your office with a full-day battery, giving you 7 hours of talk time.


The CS540 are the lightest wireless headphones on the market - weighing only 21 grams

Roam your office and increase productivity within a range of up to 350 feet

Speaker volume and mute controls at your fingertips allow for remote adjustment

Adaptive power system optimizes the perfect balance between CS540 range and talk time

Voice-specific DECT technology to eliminate Wi-Fi interference

CAT-iq technology used by advanced wideband audio for clearer conversations

Noise-cancelling microphone reduces background noise

CS540 provides 7 hours of continuous talk time

Compatible with most telephones

Optional HL10 remote extraction arm, to answer or hang up calls remotely

Replaces the Plantronics CS60 Wireless Headset


Plantronics CS540 Cable


Plantronics Telephone Interface Cable

Plantronics Telephone Interface Cable for CS520 CS530 CS540 W710 W720 W730 W740





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