What exactly is UniBase?
UniBase is when you put your Leitner wireless headset into 2 modes at once so that you can merge two calls from 2 different devices at once. It sounds fancy, and trust me, it is!
So, if you are talking to someone on your computer while using a softphone app such as RingCentral or Zoom and you want to include your coworker over the phone, you can put your headset into UniBase mode, give them a call, and now you will be having a three-way conversation! If you are using a Bluetooth-enabled Leitner headset, such as the Leitner OfficeAlly LH370, you can include your cell phone buddies too!
How to activate UniBase
LH200 series (connects to computer and phone)
Doesn't matter if the headset is turned on or not
- Start with the base in Phone mode
- While in phone mode, press and hold the Computer Mode button for about 4 seconds
- Both lights should now light up and you will hear a musical little tone pattern to let you know Unibase was successful. You will be able to hear sounds from the Phone and the Computer
- Pick up headset and turn it on (does not matter what mode it is in)
- Make sure it is in one of the modes you want to use, then press and hold the other mode that is going to be used until it lights up, then let go
- Both lights will now be lit, and you will get a tone in your headset. Easy as that
LH300 series (connects to computer, phone, and Bluetooth)
Headset must be out of the charging base and turned on to activate UniBase
NOTE: You can only be in 2 modes at a time
To get out of UNIBASE mode press the button of whichever side you’d like to stay on
UniBase mode does not disconnect when the phone hangs up! You can be on a Skype call for training purposes and take live calls all day without Unibase getting disconnected.
Any and ALL sounds from the computer will be shared, so be aware that with softphones, your callers will also be able to hear any computer alerts or anything else playing a sound while on the conference call!
It often takes a few seconds for the headset to register when getting out of conference mode. There may be a few seconds of sudden silence when switching out of conference mode.