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Call Forward to CO from KX-TD1232

Call Forward to CO from KX-TD1232

Call Forward to CO from KX-TD1232

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I have a station permantly forwarded to an outside CO line so that we can simply transfer calls that terminate at one location to another.  It seems there may be an impedence mismatch once the call is initiated.  Am I attempting to do something the switch is not designed for?

RE: Call Forward to CO from KX-TD1232

there are chips that can be added that kicks up the gain on the calls!

RE: Call Forward to CO from KX-TD1232

Hey cwc3. I am not aware of that solution. I would be interested in hearing more about your suggestion, and I have one question. Do you add these chips to the phone line, and if so, would it make the phone lines louder for normal calls as well as conferenced/transfered calls?

RE: Call Forward to CO from KX-TD1232

Call valley national distributors if you are a certified dealer or price details personally I haven't installed any of these chips but the are supposed to kick up the db gain on conf calls

RE: Call Forward to CO from KX-TD1232

these chips go in the ksu btw

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