Summary: I needed a phone set up for a church related "WebEx" Internet meeting. The meeting was in a larger room with about 60 people. I connected the MT202 to my PC via a USB cable and then some surplus PC type speakers to the MT202's audio out jack. This provided good audio for the room to hear the phone caller. THe MT202 worked well to pick up the people speaking in the room even though they may have been up to 20 feet from the MT202.
Summary: So far we've only used it in our offices, but the sound has been great and with the numberous options for connecting the device as well as the daisy-chain option for larger meetings, it looks as though this is the perfect solution for us.
Summary: I purchased the MT202-Executive version of the speakerphone since I wanted to connect to my normal phone as well as have the option to do computer-based calls. First the good news: The product setup is very straightforward and easy. Now for the bad news: I paired this speakerphone with an AT&T phone (connecting the speakerphone through the headset port). The speakerphone quality is not good at all. I can hear static while I speak, including echoing.
Duo + IP phone calls (computer) or iPhone5 - Love it
9 May 2013
Summary: I'm loving this gadget! I spend 1/2 of my work day on conference calls hosted on a corporate IP telephony system from hom. I used to use a wired headset through the headphone and mic jacks. This connected in easily via USB and auto-recognized, taking over the speaker and microphone functions. If you go to the Phoenix website, you can download setup tools that will test your setup and environment, helping with echo suppression.
Summary: I think I paid a lot to have this speakerphone compared to what I got. - I tried different dip switch settings and this product did not do good at all at any settings. - I hooked this duet to MAC Mini (snow leopard) with USB (for skype) and hooked the audio cable to iphone 3G at same time. - Using iphone via Duet has issues because other party keeps complaining they cannot hear clearly - Using skype calls is also not clear when using duet speaker.
Summary: I thought I had found the perfect product to do these things: 1) serve as a speakerphone for my iPhone; 2) serve as a speakerphone for my office phones (especially for conference calls, as the office phone speakerphones don't have the best volume and don't pick up sound well from more than a few feet away); 3) play background music via the computer and/or the iPhone; 4) serve as a speakerphone for my computer (if using CPU to make phone calls, Skype, etc.