Polycom VoiceStation 300 Teleconferencing Unit
Crystal-clear conferencing for smaller rooms and desktops.
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The Polycom VoiceStation 300 is a small conference phone ideally suited for desktops, offices, and other small rooms. With a microphone range of up to seven feet, the VoiceStation 300 is ideal for small conferences with three to four participants. Plus its compact industrial design fits well on a desk or small table, making it a great solution for offices. The VoiceStation 300 provides Polycom's legendary voice quality at an affordable price.
Featuring Polycom's award-winning Acoustic Clarity Technology, the VoiceStation 300 delivers significantly improved voice quality over the previous-generation VoiceStation 100. The VoiceStation 300 features three sensitive microphones that offer 360-degree room coverage. Smart technology, such as Dynamic Noise Reduction (DNR), provides maximum microphone sensitivity, while reducing distracting room and background noise. It also features technology that resists interference from mobile phones and other wireless devices, delivering clear communications with no distractions. Plus, Polycom's legendary full-duplex technology ensures that everyone on the call can be heard.
Convenient controls for volume, mute, redial, flash and hold are located on an intuitive, easy-to-use keypad. A handset phone can be plugged in for private calls, or simply switch back to the VoiceStation 300 for hands-free conversations.
- Crystal-clear conferencing for smaller rooms and desktops
- Acoustic Clarity Technology for natural, free-flowing conversations
- Dynamic Noise Reduction to reduce background noise
- Up to 7-feet of 360-degree microphone coverage
- Compact industrial design fits well on a desk or small table
UPC Code: 610807051992
|Audio Mixer Integration||:||Available|
|Automatic Gain Control||:||Yes|
|Noise Cancelling Microphone||:||Low|
|Recommended Use||:||Small/Home Office|
|Room Coverage (# of People)||:||Personal (1 to 6)|
Author - Headset Evaluation Team