Telephone Headset InterfaceThe BSS Audio BLU-HIF Telephone Headset Interface facilitates connection of the headset jack of a VoIP/digital phone to an AEC input and analog output of a Soundweb London device. The BLU-HIF therefore allows the VoIP/digital phone to be used as the dialing interface and hybrid for a conference system. This simple interface eliminates the programming requirements associated with third-party control systems, while providing a familiar and low-cost dialing interface to the end user.
The BLU-HIF features an RJ-22 jack for connection to the headset jack of a VoIP/digital phone, a balanced input (Tx) for sending near-side audio, and a balanced output (Rx) for receiving far-side audio. While the BLU-HIF provides substantial isolation of the Rx and Tx signals, near-side audio will still be heard on the Rx channel due to the presence of side-tone. As such, BSS Audio recommends always feeding the Rx channel to an AEC input, as opposed to a standard analog input. The AEC algorithm w
- Material: Metal
- Height: 5.2"
- Width: 2.1"
- Depth: 1.6"
- Weight (Approximate): 1.75 lb
- Form Factor: Surface Mountable/Undercounter
|Manufacturer||Harman International Industries, Inc|
|Manufacturer Part Number||BLU-HIF|
|Manufacturer Website Address||http://www.harman.com|
|Product Name||BLU-HIF Telephone Headset Interface|
|Product Type||Telephone Headset Interface|
|Form Factor||Surface Mountable/Undercounter|