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How do we enable someone to join our staff meeting over the phone

We need an out-of-state employee to be able to join us remotely for staff meetings (where we are all sitting around a table) through our NEC Dterm 80. We tried putting her on speaker phone. We can all hear her, but she is not able to hear us unless each of us leans over and speaks into the mic a few inches away. This is not practical, so do you have any advice as to how we can improve her sound?

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Hello. Yes, definitely. Go to radio shack and ask one of the clerks to show you the various microphones available for this very purpose. regards, Joe

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