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Our Polycom VoiceStation 300 is too loud even when the volume is turned all the way down on the unit. I think I should be able to install an in-line volume control on the cord that leads to the unit, but I don't know which wire(s) control volume. Does anyone have experience here who could talk me through it?
Unless you are good a solder then you probably won't be able to do it. You wolud need to solder a potentiometer inline of the + voltage to the speaker. Or solder one inline with the existing one. Potentiometer = voltage control aka volume control.
Posted on Nov 19, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The conference call feature is not part of the phone, but part of your telephone network. In some systems you press a sequence of keys to conference in another member such as flash #02 but it depends on what telephone network you use. Contact your IT admin and ask how to trigger the feature on that analog line.
Posted on Aug 12, 2010
SOURCE: How do I receive 3
you can only call out to multiple people not receive multiples
try using a conferencing bridge so all people can call into one number and be connected that way
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
SOURCE: I have the Polycom VoiceStation
Hi, I have never really though of those brand devices as all that good. I recommend Konftel, they are simply the best. With Aethra, a close second...last is .......
Just get the top of the line one, and you will NOT be disappointed.
BTY, I expect that your unit is faulty, the electret mic's aren't very good, and fail quite a bit, as with all cheap electret's, and also check positioning too, this can make a difference too, make sure nothing is around to reflect the sounds as this is what makes it echo and sound bad, regardless.
Posted on Jul 27, 2011
If you know anyone that can test the power supply with a digital meter, you can check if the power supply works or not. the power control board on the voicestation might have blown. and If that is the case I wouldnt recommending fixing it. Getting a refurbished or used with maybe 3 months to 1 year warranty isnt that expensive on these systems. getting it fix might cost you about the same. But checking if the power supply is working or not would be the first thing you want to do. If that works. looking for a power supply is pretty easy.
Posted on Mar 23, 2012
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