This entry was posted on February 5, 2013.
Polycom SoundStation: An Introduction
The Polycom company was founded in 1990 and have carved a niche as a supplier of collaborative applications for voice, video, data and the internet. Polycom produce a range of voice and video communications equipment including the popular Polycom Soundstation.
The Polycom soundstation was first shipped out in 1992 and made an impact on the way conference rooms work. Participants on all points of the call made on the Polycom Soundstation can receive clarity and crispness of voice even during simultaneous conversations. From desktops to large auditoriums, the Polycom Soundstation can provide the solution to enhance any business communication needs. In addition, the Polycom Soundstation range supports both analogue and digital transmissions and wired to wireless connections.
Since the inception of the SoundStation VTX 1000 in 1992, the Polycom Soundstation has been developed to meet the demands of the ever evolving office conference environment. The SoundStation2W enabled wireless conferencing and the SoundStation2 offering improvements in sound quality.
The Polycom SoundStation VTX 1000
The VTX 1000 is the world's first conference phone that can automatically adapt to every conference environment, High quality voice clarity is available for all participants, whether they're 2 feet or 20 feet away from the microphone. The benefits of wideband audio can be achieved by linking two Polycom SoundStation VTX 1000 units together.
The Polycom SoundStation 2W
This model offers better voice quality combined with the freedom of wireless technology. With the Polycom SoundStation 2W conferences can be held anywhere with out without sacrificing audio quality.
The Polycom SoundStation 2
Polycom set a new standard in conferencing with the Polycom SoundStation 2. This model delivers remarkable voice quality and offers a 50% increase in microphone sensitivity over the original SoundStation. Users can communicate at distances of up to 10 feet away from the unit still be heard clearly.