Further information on the speaker/microphones available to borrow from Information Services
A plug-and-play device, featuring an omnidirectional microphone ideal for small-group conference-calls delivering wideband sound quality.
How to use
Connect the speakerphone’s USB cable to an available USB port on your PC.
The LED next to the logo lights up white, which indicates USB-connected and powered on.
To make a call
Key in the number using your softphone interface and initiate the call.
When the phone is idle, this takes it off-hook.
To answer a call
Touch the green handset icon on the speakerphone.
To end a call
Touch the red handset icon on the speakerphone.
To reject an incoming call
Touch the red handset icon on the speakerphone when the phone is ringing.
To increase / decrease speaker volume
Touch — or touch and hold — the + / – icon.
There is a twelve-step volume scale, as indicated by the twelve LEDs arranged in a circle on top of the speakerphone. These light up white when the volume level is shown.
To increase / decrease ringer volume
1. Touch and hold the logo for 2 seconds.
The volume scale lights up in the same way as the speaker volume scale (see above). For ringer volume, the LEDs light up yellow when the volume level is shown.
2. Touch — or touch and hold — the “+” / “–” icon until you hear the level you want.
3. Touch the logo — or just stop touching the “+” / “–” — to confirm your ringer volume setting.
Note: When the phone is ringing, you can touch — or touch and hold — the “+” / “–” icon directly to increase / decrease the ringer volume. In this case no yellow LEDs are shown.
To mute / un-mute the microphone
Touch the mute icon.
This toggles between mute /un-mute. When muted, the LED next to the mute icon lights up red.
When the phone rings or when you make a call, the microphone will always be un-muted.
When you end a call, the microphone will always be un-muted.
To use a headset
You can choose to connect a headset to the 3.5mm 4-pole headset port. When you connect a headset to this port, audio is automatically transferred to the headset.
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