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Bluetooth setup that works on office phone and cell phone

by jack428 / March 3, 2006 11:41 AM PST

Hi
Does anyone have any experience out there with bluetooth headsets that work with both office phones (the kind that are on a digital system) and mobile phones? Ideally it would be neat if there was a bluetooth attachment out there that would allow a standard bluetooth headset to connect to a regular office phone. ie - some sort of adapter that takes the audio signals from a land line phone and converts to bluetooth signals.

If you have any experience with this or pointers on where to get started I would really appreciate the help.

Additional Information:
The cell phones I use are the Motorola RAZR and treo 650. As mentioned, the office phone is a digital phone which means the connection coming into the phone is a wider LAN type connection and not a standard phone jack. So far the Plantronics Voyager seems like the only option I have found.
Thanks!
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Blue Tooth Adaptor for non bluetooth phones
by neo4662 / March 4, 2006 10:05 AM PST

Hey I saw your post and work for Alltel Wireless. Thought you might be interested, we do sell and adaptor for non bluetooth phones. e-mail me for more info david.harris.jr@alltel.com

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do you have a product name or link?
by jbroshear / March 5, 2006 11:25 PM PST

...for the rest of us?

Sounds interesting..

Also be careful about publishing your e-mail address...

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by kuniabow / March 6, 2007 9:12 AM PST

Would be interested too! I already own a BT Headset (Motorolla H700) that I use w/ my cell and would like a way to use it on my office phone so I can work handsfree when I'm on a call. With all the BT headsets out there, you would think someone would find a way to make it compatible w/ landline phones through an adapter or something.

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