Uniquely designed to solve the communication challenges of businesses migrating to Unified Communications, the MDA200 lets you manage PC voice and multi-media, while maintaining connectivity to your desk phone.
With just one touch, easily answer/end and switch between desk phone and PC calls. The MDA200 supports remote call control with Plantronics corded and wireless USB headsets* so users can answer/end, mute and adjust volume from the headset.
*For a list of Plantronics headsets that are compatible with MDA200, visit plantronics.com/configurator
Plug-and-play and compatible with all major UC applications so you can rapidly deploy it for flex-space, hoteling, teleworking, call centers, UC transitioning, and more. Even more, upgradable firmware ensures future compatibility and feature support.
With the MDA200 hooked up to your desk phone and PC, all you need to do is plug your favorite corded USB headset (shown with the Blackwire® 420) into the MDA200 and you are ready to make and accept calls from your PC and desk phone.
Use with a Bluetooth wireless USB headset (shown with the Voyager® Legend UC), and calls can be managed from the PC, the desk phone, and the mobile phone.
Compatible with Plantronics corded desk phone headsets (H Series) when used with a DA Series USB adapter, ensuring a smart and cost-effective solution for transitioning to Unified Communications.
True voice clarity across all supported devices due to on-board enhanced DSP and stereo and wideband support.
Use with EHS Cable or HL10 lifter for one touch answer/end functionality with your desk phone and your MDA200.
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1. PC talk button
2. Desk phone talk button
3. USB headset/USB wireless adapter port (headset and adapter not included)
4. USB cable (connect to computer)
5. Handset lifter/EHS cable jack
6. Telephone interface cable jack
7. Power jack
8. Configuration slide switch
9. Listening volume dial
10. Speaking volume dial
Service & Support
MDA200 unit, Quick start guide, and Telephone Interface Cable
PC + desk phone
Enterprises embracing flex workers, hoteling environments, and call centers transitioning from desk phone reliance to PC-centered communications
Dependent on headset
Call answer/end (desk phone and PC)