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recording a call with a kxta824 / tva50

recording a call with a kxta824 / tva50

recording a call with a kxta824 / tva50

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Ladies and gentelman

Here's the scenario. I have a customer who wants to be able to monitor and record her employees phone calls for training purposes. I need to make sure that the 824 with a tva 50 will be able to do a barge-in and record the phone call. I know you can do both. I just want to make sure we can do them together

Bill

RE: recording a call with a kxta824 / tva50

you'd have to set the whole application on the bench make a call with a test phone actually barge in with the supervisors phone and the supervisors phone would have a record button on it of course and test I don't sell the bottom feeder systems anymore but it may work set it up give it a try and post back and let us know how you make out!!

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