Generous volume discounts apply on selected wired & wireless headsets !
Using Bluetooth Headsets on Yealink T series Phones:
Most of the Yealink T range will take both standard wired headsets through a dedicated headset jack (on back of phone) and you can also add a bluetooth dongle for use with a bluetooth headset to the following models:
SIP-727G, SIP-T29G, SIP-T46G, SIP-T48G, SIP-T41S, SIP-T42S, SIP-T46S, SIP-T48S, SIP-T53, SIP-T53W, SIP-T54W,
SIP-T55A, SIP-T56A, SIP-T57W, SIP-T58A
What we recommend:
Most bluetooth headsets have not been designed to work well in a busy office environment. if its super quiet where you are then they will will be ok, however in a normal working space we thoroughly recommend a dedicated wired professional headset connnected to the headset jack on the back of the phone or a Professional DECT “not” bluetooth wireless headset, especially if call quality is important to you.
Why do we recommend pro DECT wireless and pro wired headsets for Yealink?
The answer is simple, noise cancelling capabilities on most mini bluetooth headsets are average at best, if not, none existent in some cases. Where as a professional headset for Yealink will offer excellent noise cancelling and clear call quality.
We recommend the following wired noise cancelling headsets for direct connection to your Yealink desk phone via the dedicated headset port on reverse of the phone:
Streamline ProVX + New ProV-XL and ProV
For Wireless: (thats DECT wireless with up to 100 metre range from the base station) you wont get that with bluetooth
Caveat to all the above:
If you are set on a bluetooth then there are professional ANC or “active noise cancelling” bluetooth headsets which we can and do recommend but only if you have to have a bluetooth. They tend to cost more than pro DECT wireless which may persuade you to look at the DECT links above. If not then have a look…see all our ANC headsets here: