Accessories/Wireless Headset Adapter

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See Accessories/Documentation for the Quick Start Guides for the snom Wireless Headset Adapter (this product is no longer being manufactured) and for its successor, the snom EHS Advanced. For more information on the snom EHS Advanced, see also snom EHS Advanced.

Hier: Accessories/Documentation finden Sie die Quick Start Guides für den snom Wireless Headset Adapter (dieses Produkt wird nicht mehr hergestellt) und für das Nachfolgemodell snom EHS Advanced. Weitere Informationen über das snom EHS Advanced finden sie hier: snom EHS Advanced.


Supplied with the headset

  • RJ11 cord (Mod 4/4): For the audio connection – Connected to the snom headset port and the wireless headset.

Supplied with the snom Wireless Headset Adapter:

  • RJ12 cord (Mod 6/6): For the connection between the snom UART port (Expansion Module connector) and the snom Interface Box.
  • RJ45 cord (Mod 8/8): For the connection between the snom Interface Box and the GN Netcom Wireless headset (AUX port).
  • 3.5 mm Stereo Jack: For the connection between the snom Interface Box and a Plantronics Wireless headset (accessory port).
  • Y-Cord: The Y-Cord connects the expansion module and the wireless headset adapter to the phone. You only need it, when you use both at the same time.

NOTE: EHS with hardware revision R3A/B is no longer compatible with the Y-cord! For this reason, the Y-cord is not delivered with EHS revision R3A/B.

Which models can operate with the snom Wireless Headset Adapter?

Disclaimer for compatibility of third-party wireless headsets and wired USB headsets

The information contained in this list is merely meant to assist you in finding a wireless headset or a wired USB headset that may be compatible with your snom desk phone. Please test any headset you wish to use with a snom phone prior to purchasing the headset. snom disclaims any liability for the accurateness, completeness, and currentness of the information published in this list. Although due care has been taken in the compilation and presentation of the information on this list, the data upon which it is based may have changed in the meantime. In particular, but not excluding other possible factors, the software on the third-party product may have been modified unbeknownst to snom, resulting in restrictions to functionality up to and including loss of compatibility with the snom phone.

GN Netcom/Jabra

  • Jabra PRO 9400 (9460-25-707-101 , 9460-29-707-101 , 9470-26-904-101)
  • Jabra GO 6400 (6470-15-207-501)
  • Jabra GN9330 (9337-508-xxx)
  • Jabra GN9350 (9356-607-xxx) (GN Standard Interface) / GN9350e (9356-607-401) (GN Extended Interface)(1)
  • Jabra GN9210 (9120-28-xx , 9120-30-xx , 9120-48-xx, 9129-808-111, 9129-808-101)
  • GN Ellipse (8837-90-xx)

Please set the operating mode to “DHSG” (if available).

Important note: To shift between RHL/DHSG/AEI (different EHS modes) make sure that the headset is placed in the base during this operation.

(1) Difference between standard interface and extended interface 
Headsets with the standard interface (example: the GN9350) only listen for the command "incoming call indication". It is not possible to control the headset from the phone and turn it on or off. If you want to be able to do that, you need a headset with the extended interface like the GN9350e. The snom EHS Advanced supports both the standard and the extended interface.


  • CS70N (39448-02)
  • CS60 (36995-11)
  • CS351N (39986-02)
  • CS361N (39261-02)
  • Voyager 510 System (72272-45)
  • CS55

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