Support Knowledge Base

Online Resources
Warranty & Replacements
Search Knowledge Base

Savi 700 Series: How to Connect to Your Desk Phone, Mobile Phone, and Computer

This procedure describes how to connect your Savi 700 Series system to your mobile phone, desk phone, and computer.


To Connect with a Mobile Phone:

NOTE: You can pair the Savi 700 series base with multiple hands-free devices; however, you can only connect to one device at a time.

Image of the Savi 700 series Bluetooth pairing process

  1. On your cell phone, make sure Bluetooth is turned on.
  2. Press the Bluetooth pairing button on the base for about 4 seconds or until the indicator light flashes red and blue.
  3. Place your mobile phone into search mode.  Select Savi 7xx from the list of found devices.
  4. If prompted for a passkey, type "0000" (4 zeros). The Bluetooth indicator LED on the base turns solid blue when the base has an active connection with the mobile phone.

To Connect with a Desk Phone:

Image of the proper set up of a Savi 700 series base with a desk phone

  1. Plug one end of the telephone interface cable into the port on back of the base labeled with a telephone.
  2. Disconnect the handset coil cord from the base of your desk phone and plug it into the box located in the middle of the telephone interface cable.
  3. Plug the remaining end of the telephone interface cable into the open handset port of the desk phone.

To Connect with Your Computer:

Image of how to connect the Savi 700 series base to a computer
  1. Plug one end of the USB cable into the USB port on the back of the Savi base, and the other end into an available USB port on your computer.
  2. Load the Plantronics software by clicking here and then clicking the download button.

For a list of compatible softphones, click here.

Recommended Placement

The minimum recommended separation between your desk phone and the base is 6 inches.

The minimum recommended separation between the base and the computer is 12 inches.  Incorrect position can cause noise and interference.