Cisco 561 wireless headset

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The Cisco Headset 500 Series delivers surprisingly vibrant sound for open workspaces. Users can stay focused in noisy environments with rich sound, exceptional comfort, and proven reliability. The 500 Series offers a lightweight form factor that is comfortable to wear, even for an entire workday. It's designed for workers who spend a lot of time wearing headsets for voice communications and listening to music.

  •  Product Description Cisco 561 Wireless Single - headset - with Multibase Station
  •  Product Type Headset - DECT 6.0 - wireless
  •  Recommended Use Phone, computer, conference
  •  Localization Canada, United States
  •  Headphones Form Factor On-ear - convertible
  •  Connectivity Technology Wireless
  •  Wireless Technology DECT 6.0
  •  Sound Output Mode Mono
  •  Audio Specifications Frequency Response 50 - 18000 Hz
  •  Impedance 90 Ohm
  •  Microphone Boom
  •  Microphone Technology Electret condenser
  •  Microphone Operation Mode Uni-directional
  •  Bundled with Multibase Station
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Cisco 561 Wireless Headset with MultiBase

Wireless Monaural DECT Headset with Triple Connectivity Base

Features

  • Single-ear Wireless Headset with Multi Connectivity Base
  • Designed for all-day comfort
  • Interference-free DECT wireless
  • Easy setup and tuning
  • On-ear busy indicator
  • Outstanding audio quality

The Cisco® Headset 500 Series delivers surprisingly vibrant sound for open workspaces. Users can stay focused in noisy environments with rich sound, exceptional comfort, and proven reliability. The 500 Series offers a lightweight form factor that is comfortable to wear, even for an entire workday. It’s designed for workers who spend a lot of time wearing headsets for voice communications and listening to music.

Integrated serviceability - Get up and running with an easy and intuitive setup experience. Automatic software upgrades, diagnostics, and metrics help make device management easier for IT. Headsets are easier to deploy, manage, and service with Cisco collaboration plus headsets. Centrally manage policy, defaults, and much more when using Cisco headsets with Cisco Unified Communications Manager and devices.

Vibrant audio - Experience bold sound while listening to music or during meetings, and be heard loud and clear with unidirectional microphones that hone in on your voice.

Proven reliability - Say goodbye to compatibility issues. Cisco headsets are designed with deep integrations for Cisco IP phones, Webex DX80, Jabber, Webex Meetings, and Webex Teams and offer a single-panel administration experience for IT.

Multi-Base for triple connectivity - If you frequently use more devices than you can count, the Cisco Headset 561 and 562 pair with a Multi-Base to make a great tag-team. The Multi-Base enables you to connect your headset with your computer, mobile devices, and desk phone, and easily switch between them. Of course, these headsets also provide the lasting comfort, premium audio, and extended range you need to get things done in any workspace.

Compatibility - Cisco IP Phone 6871, 7821, 7841, 7861, 8811, 8841, 8845, 8851, 8851NR, 8861, 8865, and 8865NR on Cisco Unified Communications Manager

Enhanced mobility wireless The newest in DECT technology provides freedom to roam up to 300+ feet from the base with crystal clear audio
On-ear controls Enjoy easy access to key call control capabilities, including answer, end call, hold/resume (for multiple calls), mute, volume up, and volume down
Full security AES-128 encryption ensures secured communication
Music mode Full-band audio provides premium, 48-kHz audio experience
Auto-answer The headset automatically answers calls when undocked. The headset will automatically end calls when docked
All cables included The Standard base comes with a USB-A cable for USB connectivity and an RJ9/11 Y cable for Cisco IP phone connectivity, making it easier and less expensive to order Cisco headsets for use with Cisco devices

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Cisco 561 Wireless Monaural Headset with Standard Base Station CP-HS-WL-561-S-EU=



The Cisco 561 CP-HS-WL-561-S-EU= is a Wireless Monaural Headset with Standard Base Station which is optimized for Cisco IP phones and soft clients. The CP-HS-WL-561-S-EU= delivers a surprisingly vibrant sound for open workspaces. Users can stay focused in noisy environments with rich sound, exceptional comfort, and proven reliability. The CP-HS-WL-561-S-EU= offers a lightweight form factor that is comfortable to wear, even for an entire workday. It’s designed for workers who spend a lot of time wearing headsets for voice communications and listening to music.

CONDITION

Brand New - A brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging.

WARRANTY

This item comes with 12 month manufacturer's warranty.

FEATURES

• Lightweight comfort that is ideal for extended wear
• Premium sound in a sleek form factor – great for music and voice communications
• Powerful noise isolation with unidirectional microphones that are designed to hone in on the user’s voice and simultaneously minimize background noise
• Easy, intuitive user configuration experience when used with Cisco IP phones
• Extended Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) range (300+ feet) with wireless models
• Flexible options for connecting to devices: various models support USB, RJ, 3.5 mm, DECT, and Bluetooth connections
• Proven reliability and integrations for Cisco IP phones, Cisco DX Series endpoints, and Cisco soft clients
• Easy device management and automatic firmware upgrades when used with Cisco Unified Communications Manager

QUICK SPECIFICATIONS

Connectivity Technology: Wireless
Earpiece Design: Over-the-head
Earpiece Type: Monaural
Form Factor: Supra-aural
Maximum Frequency Response: 48 kHz
Microphone Design: Boom
Microphone Technology: Uni-directional
Sound Mode: Mono
Wireless Operating Distance: 91.4 m
Wireless Technology: DECT
Earpiece Design: Over-the-head
Recommended Use: Phone, computer, conference
Designed For: IP Phone 6841, 6851, 7821, 7841, 7861, 8811, 8841, 8845, 8851, 8861, 8865, 8865NR; Unified IP Phone 7945G, 7965G, 7975G

WHAT'S INCLUDED

• 1 x Cisco 561 Wireless Monaural Headset
• 1 x Standard Base Station
• 1 x USB-A cable
• 1 x RJ9/11 Y cable
• User Guide

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Cisco Headset 500 Series User Guide

Cisco Headset 560 Series

The Cisco Headset 560 Series includes two wireless headset models designed for use in a modern office space. The Cisco Headset 561 features a single earpiece for lightweight comfort and support. The Cisco Headset 562 offers dual ear cups for rich sound and comfort in a noisy office space. To use this series, you need either the standard base or the multibase. The bases plug into the call device and facilitate communication with the headset

Each headset base has a default range of approximately 145 feet (45 meters) unless there are physical barriers such as walls and doors or outside interference from other DECT radio sources. Your administrator can increase your headset range up to approximately 330 feet (100 meters). A headset will unpair from its base if it's taken too far away. The base light turns solid white when it's paired to the headset, and flashes when it isn't.


Note

As of Firmware Release 2.1(1), your headset powers down if it is unpaired to a base for more than 20 minutes. This feature conserves the headset battery.


Your Cisco Headset 560 Series is can hold its charge for up to 10 hours of continuous use. Seat your headset in the base when the battery is low. It takes 3 hours for a battery to complete a full charge.

If you have Headset Firmware Release 2.1(1) or later, you can maintain call control through your Cisco Headset 560 Series when you switch between soft clients. For example, you can mute a call on the Webex app and still maintain call control in Cisco Jabber.

For more information on multi-app control, see Cisco Headset Multi-app Feature.

See the Cisco Headset Compatibility Guide for complete information on compatibility with other Cisco devices and call clients.

Your headset buttons are used for basic call features.

Cisco Headset 561 and 562 Headset buttons

The following table describes the Cisco Headset 561 and 562 Headset buttons.

Number

Button

Name

Description

1

the call button

Power and Call button

Use to power the headset on and off.

Press and hold for 4 seconds to power the headset off and on.

Incoming and active call management depends upon if you have one call or multiple calls.

One call:

  • Press once to answer incoming calls.

  • Press once to put an active call on hold. Press again to retrieve a call from hold.

  • Press twice to reject an incoming call.

  • Press and hold to end a call.

Multiple calls:

  • Press once to put an active call on hold, and to answer a second incoming call.

  • Press once to put a call on hold. Press again to resume a call, or press and hold until you hear a tone to end the current call and to resume a held call.

  • Press and hold until you hear a tone to end an active call, and to answer another incoming call.

  • Press twice to stay on a current call, and to reject a second incoming call.

2

the mute button

Mute button

Toggle the microphone on and off.

3

the volume controls

Volume buttons

Adjust the volume on your headset.

4

N/A

LED

Shows the headset status:

  • Blinking red—Incoming call.

  • Steady red—Active call.

  • Blinking white—Firmware upgrade is in process or the headset is pairing with the base station.

  • Steady white—Headset is paired and properly seated on the base

  • Steady pulse—Headset is paired, in an idle state, and is off the base.

Cisco Headset 561 and 562 Standard Base

The standard base charges your headset and has LEDs that shows your headset's battery level and call state. You can also answer and end calls when you lift or place your headset on the base.

The standard base comes with the following connector cables:

  • USB to USB Cable: for devices with USB connectivity

  • USB Y-Cable: for Cisco IP Phones without a USB port

  • USB-A to USB-C Cable: available separately for PC or Mac devices

Standard Base for Cisco 561 and 562 Headset

The following table describes the standard base

Number

Name

Description

1

Battery Status LED

Indicates the headset battery charge and base status:

  • Headset battery strength—LEDs blink and change to solid as the battery charges

  • Headset update in progress—LEDs blink in sequence, left to right

  • Headset and base not paired—All LEDs blink

  • Power save mode—Middle LED shows solid

The base enters power save mode when there is no call source connectivity after 10 minutes.

2

Call Status LED

Alerts you to the call state:

  • Incoming call—Blinking green

  • Active call—Steady green

  • Muted call—Steady red

Cisco Headset 561 and 562 with Multibase

The multibase can connect up to three call sources through Bluetooth, the USB connector, or the Y-cable. The multibase can save up to four Bluetooth devices. You can switch between call sources using the buttons on the multibase. You use the call control buttons on the headset to answer and end calls. When your headset is in the base, you automatically answer the call when you remove the headset from the base. You can return the headset to the base to end the call.

The multibase comes with the following connector cables:

  • USB to USB Cable: for Cisco IP Phones with USB connectivity

  • USB Y-Cable: for Cisco IP Phones without a USB port

  • Mini USB Cable: for PC or Mac.

  • Mini USB to USB-C cable: available separately for PC or Mac devices.

Multibase for Cisco 561 and 562 Headset

The following table describes the Cisco Headset 560 Series Multibase multibase LEDs.

Number

Name

Description

1

Battery Status LED

Indicates the headset battery charge and base status:

  • Headset battery strength—LEDs blink and change to solid as the battery charges

  • Headset update in progress—LEDs blink in sequence, left to right

  • Headset and base not paired—All LEDs blink

  • Power save mode—Middle LED shows solid

The base enters power save mode when there is no call source connectivity after 10 minutes.

2

Call Status LEDs

Alerts you to the call state of each source:

  • Active Source—Steady white

  • Incoming call on a selected source—Blinks green

  • Incoming call on an unselected source—Blinks green

  • Active call—Steady green

  • Call on an inactive source—Pulses green

3

Mute Status LED

Alerts you when your headset is muted.

4

Bluetooth Status LED

Alerts you to the Bluetooth status:

  • Paired with a call source—Steady white

  • Pairing mode—Blinking white

  • Searching for a call source—Pulse white

  • Bluetooth is Off—LED is off

You use the source control buttons on the base to control the active source. Each source button corresponds with a specific connection on the multibase.

Even if you are connected to a source, the LED may not be lit. The source LED only lights when the source is selected or has an active call. For example, you may be properly connected to a Cisco IP Phone, your PC, and your mobile phone through Bluetooth. However, the respective source LED is only lit when it is selected, has an active call, or has an incoming call. Press the source button to check if a source is properly connected. The source LED flashes three times if there is no connection.

You can alternate between active call sources.


Note

Place an active call on hold before you change to a different call source. Calls on one call source aren't automatically put on hold when you switch to a different call source.


The following table illustrates the multibase source icons and their corresponding connections.

Source

Base Icon

Connection

Desk Phone

Desk Phone iconUSB to USB or Y-Cable connection

USB to USB cord or Y-Cable

The desk phone icon corresponds with the middle USB port at the back of the multibase. It is intended for connecting to Cisco IP Phones but it will function properly with any compatible call device.

Laptop

Laptop iconMini-USB connection

Micro-USB cord

The laptop icon corresponds with the micro-USB port found on the back of the multibase. The micro-USB port is intended for connections with a laptop or desktop computer.

Mobile

Mobile Phone iconBluetooth connection

The mobile phone icon corresponds with the Bluetooth connection found at the back of the base. While the icon is of a mobile phone, the base will connect with any compatible Bluetooth call device.

The multibase can save and remember up to four Bluetooth call devices.

If you are listening to music through the Bluetooth source, the music pauses when you place the headset on the base.

Connect the Multibase to a Bluetooth Device

The Cisco Headset 560 Series Multibase can connect to Bluetooth devices such as a mobile phone or tablet. The headset base appears on your call device as Cisco Headset followed by the last three digits on your headset serial number.

Note

You can find your headset serial number in the lower right corner on the underside of your base.


The multibase can store up to four different paired Bluetooth devices. If you already have four paired devices, the base will replace the device which has not been used in the longest time.

Procedure

Step 1

Press the Bluetooth button on the back of the base twice to start pairing.

Step 2

Select your headset from the Settings menu on your device.

The Bluetooth LED lights white when pairing is successful.


Turn Bluetooth On and Off with the Multibase

Your multibase remembers the last-connected device. When you turn Bluetooth off on the multibase, the connection to the device stops. When you turn Bluetooth on again, the base tries to reconnect to the device.
Procedure

Press the Bluetooth button on the back of the base once to turn in on or off.


Erase All Bluetooth Pairings

You can erase all saved Bluetooth device pairings.
Procedure

Press and hold the Bluetooth button on the back of the multibase for four seconds to clear the memory.


Cisco Headset 560 Series Conferencing

If your administrator has enabled headset conferencing, you can pair up to three guest Cisco Headset 560 Series headsets to either the standard base or the multibase. With this feature, people that sit near you can connect to each other and to the same call with one base. You can conference headsets both on and off an active call. If the call source or the multibase is muted, conferenced headsets can interact with each other and won't interfere with the active call.

If you are on a call and need a coworker to join the call, the coworker's headset can pair with your base. When the call ends, you and your coworker are still connected to each other. Decide on a base that will act as the primary base and pair your coworker's headsets to that base. When you no longer need people connected to your base, they can pair their headsets back to their own bases.

Headset Firmware Release 1.5(1) or later is required for a headset to enter conferencing mode.

Headset Firmware Release 2.1(1) or later enables headset conferencing capabilities by default.

When the base is in conferencing mode, the battery status LEDs display number of connected headsets and each headset's status. The far-right LED shows the primary headset status while the middle LEDs indicate the status of each guest headset. The LEDs light in order as headsets connect. When a headset disconnects, newer headsets keep their position on the base. The following figure and table show the corresponding conference mode LEDs.

multibase with conferencing callouts

Number

Headset

1

Primary Headset

2

Guest Headset #1

3

Guest Headset #2

4

Guest Headset #3

The following table describes LED behavior when a base is in conferencing mode.

LED State

Headset Status

LED is solid

Headset is connected and not muted

LED blinks

Guest headset is waiting to pair

LED flashes every two seconds

Headset is muted

LED blinks rapidly

Headset is unable to pair with the base

LED is off

Headset is disconnected from the base

Guest headsets use their own tuning settings while in conferencing mode. Users can mute and adjust the volume in their headsets without changing the settings on any other paired headsets.

Pair a Guest Headset

You can pair up to three guest headsets to a base. Guest headsets retain any tuning or volume settings. Guest headsets are muted by default when they pair. The primary headset plays a tone indication when a guest headset is trying to pair. The primary headset must confirm the guest headset within 10 seconds. A second tone plays when the primary headset accepts the guest for conferencing. The guest headset's original base LED's flash white to show that there is no paired headset.

Note

When the guest headset tries to pair, the primary headset can't accept any incoming calls until it accepts or rejects the guest headset to the base.


Before you begin
The primary headset must be already paired with the base.
Procedure

Step 1

Place the guest headset on the base.

Step 2

Press Callthe call button on the primary headset to enable the guest headset to join.

Step 3

Press the Mutethe mute button on the guest headset to join the conversation.


Unpair a Guest Headset

You can unpair guest headsets from the primary base.
Procedure

Do one of these actions.

  • Press and hold Callthe call button on the guest headset until you hear a tone.
  • Place the primary headset on the base. All guest headsets will disconnect.

Change the Primary Paired Headset

You can change the primary headset on your standard base or multibase. When the new headset pairs, the previous primary headset plays a tone and unpairs from the base.
Procedure

Step 1

On the new headset, hold Mutethe mute button for five seconds until the headset LED rapidly alternates red and white.

Step 2

Place the new headset on the base.

Note 

You can skip step one if you power cycle the base with the new headset seated in the cradle.


Unpair Your Primary Headset From Your Base

You can designate a new primary headset and force the old headset to unpair from your base. This is useful in case you can't locate the primary headset and turn it off.

Note

You can't unpair the primary headset if you have an active call or are in conferencing mode.


Procedure

Step 1

On your new headset, hold Mutethe mute button for five seconds. The headset LED alternates red and white.

Step 2

Place the headset on the base. The base designates the new headset as the primary headset and un-pairs with the old headset.

The old primary headset plays a tone indication when it unpairs from the base.


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561 wireless headset cisco

Cisco 561 Headset Wireless Headset with Standard Base CP-HS-WL-561-S-US= Overview

The Cisco 561 Wireless Headset comes with a standard base station giving you the ability for the ultimate communication experience. Easily answer phone calls with on-ear controls on the headset such as answer, end call, hold/resume (for multiple calls), mute, volume up, and volume down. The Cisco 561 allows you to roam freely up to 300+ feet away from the base and still have crystal clear audio. The standard base for the Cisco 561 comes with a USB-A cable for USB connectivity and an RJ9/11 Y cable for Cisco IP phone connectivity, making it easier and less expensive to order Cisco headsets for use with Cisco devices. The Cisco 561 delivers pristine audio quality and is ideal for call centers, offices, and any business where you need to be on the phone.

Cisco 561 Headset Wireless Headset with Standard Base CP-HS-WL-561-S-US= Overview

  • Provides the freedom to roam 300+ feet from the base with crystal clear audio
  • On-ear controls such as answer, end call, hold/resume, mute, and volume controls
  • AES-128 encryption ensures secured communication
  • Full-band audio provides premium, 48-kHz audio experience
  • The headset automatically answers calls when undocked, calls will end when docked
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Cisco 562 Headset with Standard Base - Mic and Wireless Range Tests

Cisco 561 Wireless Headset with Standard Base

Wireless Monaural DECT Headset with Base

Features

  • Designed for all-day comfort
  • Interference-free DECT wireless
  • Easy setup and tuning
  • On-ear busy indicator
  • Outstanding audio quality

Integrated serviceability - Get up and running with an easy and intuitive setup experience. Automatic software upgrades, diagnostics, and metrics help make device management easier for IT. Headsets are easier to deploy, manage, and service with Cisco collaboration plus headsets. Centrally manage policy, defaults, and much more when using Cisco headsets with Cisco Unified Communications Manager and devices.

Vibrant audio - Experience bold sound while listening to music or during meetings, and be heard loud and clear with unidirectional microphones that hone in on your voice.

Proven reliability - Say goodbye to compatibility issues. Cisco headsets are designed with deep integrations for Cisco IP phones, Webex DX80, Jabber, Webex Meetings, and Webex Teams and offer a single-panel administration experience for IT.

Compatibility - For Cisco IP Phone 6871, 7821, 7841, 7861, 8811, 8841, 8845, 8851, 8861, 8865, and 8865NR on Cisco Unified Communications Manager

Enhanced mobility wireless: The newest in DECT technology provides freedom to roam up to 300+ feet from the base with crystal clear audio

On-ear controls: Enjoy easy access to key call control capabilities, including answer, end call, hold/resume (for multiple calls), mute, volume up, and volume down

Full security: AES-128 encryption ensures secured communication

Music mode: Full-band audio provides premium, 48-kHz audio experience

Auto-answer: The headset automatically answers calls when undocked. The headset will automatically end calls when docked

All cables included: The Standard base comes with a USB-A cable for USB connectivity and an RJ9/11 Y cable for Cisco IP phone connectivity, making it easier and less expensive to order Cisco headsets for use with Cisco devices

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