Summary: Purchased 6 of these phones for a small office Asterisk system. Solid feel, good handset - good sound quality. Speakerphone works well with good pick-up for those sitting close to it - not a conference room phone. The power adapter and a short black Ethernet cable are included in the box. This model does not include the built in Ethernet switch and does not support POE.
Summary: Work perfect in my 3CX small office server, the voice message red light, Call ID and other features are compatible with 3CX, very clear sound... and I upgrade the firmware, I have the 4 lines now.
Works well, inexpensive option to implementing SIP voip
Scott A. Burgan, Amazon
12 January 2009
Summary: Worked with every SIP PBX I've used. Nice phone, basically the same look, feel, user interface as some of Cisco's earlier phones. You can manage the phone over the network. The web interface to the device is a little different from Cisco. Basically, it's a Sipura (company was purchased by Cisco) device with the old Sipura web interface. Would definitely recommend. Good product.
Clearly the best IP phone in the price range for now
Bill Cox, Amazon
4 February 2007
Summary: I put together two Asterisk servers for two businesses, and bought several of the SPA941 phones. I looked at Grandstream products, and read reviews, and bought one, but they are basically cheap crud in comparison. This SPA941 series is a solid business phone that works well... the cheaper competitors feel like cheap plastic (they are), and have all kinds of operational issues working with Asterisk. I'm basically a fan of this product.
Excerpt: Un teléfono ¿convencional? NO, en este caso estamos hablando de un teléfono voip, para el que no lo sepa es un teléfono que podemos utilizar para llamar conectados a internet pero pagando una cuota mínima, algunas webs nos dejan llamadas gratis (5 minutos limitados) que pueden servir perfectamente para decir - Quedamos a las 5 y colgar. Pero claro esto con la llegada de que las compañías ya ofrecen llamadas nacionales gratis se queda corto... ¿entonces?