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Full duplex speakerphone

Full duplex speakerphone

Full duplex speakerphone

(OP)
Please redirect if I'm posting in the wrong place. Can anyone tell me which phone systems, if any, tend to come with integrated full duplex speakerphone phones? This is for the desktops, not for conferencing.

RE: Full duplex speakerphone

What range are you looking at.

Roughly.

xx02 range no
xx10 range yes
xx20 range yes

ACA - IP Office Implement
ACA - IP Telephony
CCENT - Cisco ICND1
CCNA - Working towards.

RE: Full duplex speakerphone

None - speaker phone yes, full duplex no.

RE: Full duplex speakerphone

xx10/xx20

Speakerphone: Two-way hands-free speaker and microphone.
Full duplex

xx02

Speakerphone: Listen-only hands free speaker (no microphone).
Half duplex.

ACA - IP Office Implement
ACA - IP Telephony
CCENT - Cisco ICND1
CCNA - Working towards.

RE: Full duplex speakerphone

Having both speaker and a microphone isn't the definition of full-duplex. Both ends of the call being able to speak and hear at the same time is the definition. Try that with the current crop of 46/56 Avaya phones. [compare the 3.0 and 3.1 and later product descriptions for the subtle change from full-duplex speakerphones to two-way (but not at the same time) speakerphones] The T3's still claim to be true full-duplex but I've never played with them.

RE: Full duplex speakerphone

I have noticed that on my 5420. if i am on speaker and someone is talking they can not hear me untill they stop speaking. Pain in the A$$ when you talk to someone who never shuts up

RE: Full duplex speakerphone

The T3 are full duplex but they are ugly smile

ACA - Implement IP Office
ACA - Voice Services Management
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RE: Full duplex speakerphone

We have had several complaints about the true nature of the 54XX series full duplexisity.  In brief, they do not have what most people consider full duplex which is the ability to talk and listen at the same time.  With that being said, the speaker is very good and we probably have a complaint ratio of .001.

RE: Full duplex speakerphone

(OP)
Thanks for the suggestions. I'll take a look.

RE: Full duplex speakerphone

How can you talk and listen at the same time?
I think your phone can do it but your brains cannot.
Must be a fight on the phone to get that kind of situation.

Cheers.

RE: Full duplex speakerphone

Panasonic do.  Depends of you want any good features on your system.  Voicemail on the Pana is a bit of a pain.

I would put up with half duplex and get an Avaya

Jamie Green

ACA:Implement - IP Office
ACS:Implement - IP Office

www.alliedcom.co.uk

Fooball is not a matter of life and death-It is far more important!!!!

RE: Full duplex speakerphone

You'll notice that not that long ago Avaya carefully reworded their documentation on all two-way speakerphones and removed "full duplex".

Kyle Holladay
ACA-I, ACA Call Center, ACS-I, ACS-M, TIA-CTP, MCP/MCTS Exchange 2007
ACE Implement: IP Office

"If it worked the way it should you wouldn't need me"

RE: Full duplex speakerphone

The 1600 Series are listed as full-duplex in their brochures and they are coming to the IP Office this year. ?Does any one have any experience of them  and the handsfree abilities.

RE: Full duplex speakerphone

Would be good to have one available.  Customer expect handsfree to be full duplex even though we warn them when they call us asking for a handsfree phone.

Jamie Green

ACA:Implement - IP Office
ACS:Implement - IP Office

www.alliedcom.co.uk

Fooball is not a matter of life and death-It is far more important!!!!

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