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Jabra SPEAK 410 (USB Speakerphone)

Multimedia Jabra, Speaker, Speakerphone, USB

Jabra SPEAK 410 (USB Speakerphone)
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Updated: 10/12/2015 09:45

Review of Linux Compatibility

The Jabra Speak 410 is a combined speaker and microphone, which can be used for audio conferences, or as together with a webcam for video conferences. The speakerphone is connected to the PC via USB and has the USB ID 0b0e:0410:

Bus 001 Device 010: ID 0b0e:0410 GN Netcom

The 410 version has no Bluetooth support, which is only available for the Jabra Speak 510.

The Jabra Speak 410 MS is automatically recognized and supported by the Linux kernel. Sound and microphone can be used out-of-the box if the Jabra Speak 410 uses at least firmware version 1.3.0. If an older firmware version is used, the sound output is not supported under Linux. The latest firmware can be downloaded from the Jabra homepage.

However, the kernel support for the speakerphone buttons used for volume control was removed from the Linux kernel due to incompatibilities. Anyway, the volume can still be controlled via the sound settings of the Linux system.


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One response to “Jabra SPEAK 410 (USB Speakerphone)”

  • Hontvári Levente says:

    There are three variants, MS, UC and PC. I have the UC variant (7410-209). If it is connected to an USB 3.0 port the device is recognized, but the sound is so distorted that it is not recognizable. There is no such problem on Windows 10. On USB 2 the sound is good. The echo cancellation is great (compared to a standalone speaker and a Logitech webcam microphone). I use it with Skype.

    If it is connected to Linux, the hardware ringer volume cannot be adjusted. However the ringer function does not work on Linux anyway, the ring sound is played on the usual speaker volume by Skype. On Windows the ringer volume can be adjusted on the hardware and the ringing is also indicated with LEDs.

    The firmware cannot be updated on Linux, only on Windows. I mention that the firmware download page on the Jabra page lists an older firmware than what is installed by the manufacturer on my device.

    There are RGB LEDs around the speaker, for example when the hardware mute button is pressed they form a red circle. It is also used to indicate the volume during the adjustment. It looks very nice, and it is not mentioned on the web page. When the device is idle, only one LED is lighting.

    If it is connected to Linux then one of the LEDs is flashing in a high, extremely unpleasant frequency. It must be duct-taped. On Windows the same LED is solid white (but still way too bright, and it cannot be adjusted). The flashing is likely some kind of error report, it is not mentioned in the documentation.

    Firmware version: 1.9.0
    Part number: 7410-209

    lsusb
    0b0e:0412 GN Netcom

    dmesg
    [479007.820927] usb 10-3: new full-speed USB device number 3 using ohci-pci
    [479008.030853] usb 10-3: New USB device found, idVendor=0b0e, idProduct=0412
    [479008.030857] usb 10-3: New USB device strings: Mfr=0, Product=2, SerialNumber=3
    [479008.030859] usb 10-3: Product: Jabra SPEAK 410 USB
    [479008.030860] usb 10-3: SerialNumber: 1C48F9ECA80Bx010900

    uname -a
    Linux lex 3.19.0-33-generic #38-Ubuntu SMP Fri Nov 6 18:18:12 UTC 2015 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

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