Conference SIP Phones

Selection of a conference telephone mostly depends on the size of the office where it will be used. In the above table this is indicated both by the Room size and Microphone (reception) radius specifications. Larger rooms can be accommodated by external microphones worn by conference participants (bought separately) to extend reception radius. Hence, models that support external microphones offer more flexibility. 


Mobile phone support allows a conference to be held using any mobile phone number, even when the regular phone or IP network is down, essentially providing a backup independent phone line.


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--SoundStation IP 6000SoundStation IP 7000300wx
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HD audio
yes
yes
yes
Room size
medium
large
large
Microphone radius
12 feet
20 feet
100 feet
POE
yes (AC model available)
yes (AC model available)
yes
Microphone support
yes
yes
yes
Statics resistance
yes
yes
yes
Mobile phone support
no
yes
yes + wireless IP or analog*


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--CP 960CP 960
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HD audio
yes
yes
Room size
medium-large
medium-large
Microphone radius
20 feet**
20 feet**
POE
yes
yes
Microphone support
yes
yes
Statics resistance
yes
yes
Mobile phone support
yes
yes

* In addition to mobile phone support, the Konftel 300Wx offers wireless IP or analog connection option using DECT technology. A separate base station is required for the wireless connection.

Another useful feature of the phone is the ability to record conference calls to an SD card for later playback or reference.


** The Yealink CP 960 has a 5" touch screen. It's reception radius can be extended to 60 feet with wireless microphones. 

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