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Telcom & Data Introduces Polycom SoundStation VXT 1000 Conference Phone and Sub Woofer Package, Delivers Superior Audio Quality Up To 20 Feet Away

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The Polycom SoundStation VXT 1000 Conference Phone implements state-of-the art technology to deliver crisp and clear audio for large conference calls.

Milwaukee, WI (PRWEB) October 24, 2012

A standard conference phone won't perform well in large conference rooms; audio quality diminishes dramatically as the distance between the individual speaking and the receiver is extended. Telcom & Data, a leader in business phone systems, is proud to introduce the Polycom SoundStation VXT 1000 conference phone as an ideal solution. With the VXT 1000, conference call participants can speak at their normal voice level and be heard clearly from up to 20-feet away from the receiver. The accompanying SoundStation VTX subwoofer extends down to 80Hz, providing great in-house sound.

The VXT boasts many great features and benefits. The unit automatically selects wideband or narrowband mode based on the far-end phone. If a call is placed to another SoundStation VTX 1000, the phone will automatically connect in wideband mode. The unit is the world's first phone to deliver wideband voice over ordinary telephone lines. Additionally, the phone automatically turns off the microphones that are not being used by the speaker, removing the “in the well” sound.

When Ricardo Trinidad, President of Telcom & Data, was asked about the Polycom SoundStation VX 1000 conference phone, he said, “Sound quality is a real problem for many conferencing calls. This phone implements noise reduction technology and many automatic sound features to eliminate poor audio.”

The VXT 1000 is easy to install and integrates with Polycom Vortex® installed room systems, Polycom VSX™ group video conferencing solutions, and Global Management System™.

For more information about the Polycom SoundStation VXT 1000 or other conferencing products, visit Telcom & Data's website or call 1-800-335-0229.

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