FAQs about Polycom SoundStation VTX 1000
The Polycom VTX 1000 is the latest Polycom audio product on the market.Click here for the Polycom SoundStation VTX 1000 product page
Question #1 What is the Polycom SoundStation VTX 1000?
Answer: The Polycom SoundStation VTX 1000 with Acoustic Clarity Technology is a leap in voice conferencing technology. It’s the world’s first conference phone that automatically adapts to each meeting environment, providing high fidelity voice clarity for all participants. With the Polycom SoundStation VTX1000, conference call participants can speak naturally from two feet to 20 feet away from the microphone – even in large rooms, so those on the remote end of the call can hear you clearly – leading to increased productivity, faster decision making, a higher competitive advantage, and happier conference participants.
When two Polycom SoundStation VTX1000 conference phones connect on opposite ends of the call, the phones automatically connect in VTX Wideband mode, resulting in extraordinary fidelity. The Polycom VTX1000 is the voice platform for the future.
As the world’s first high-fidelity, wideband conference phone, the SoundStation VTX 1000 covers the full range of the human speech spectrum, making every voice, word, and syllable crystal clear – like everyone is in the same room!
Question #2 What requirements need to be met to use the Polycom VTX 1000?
Answer: An analog phone line is required, and ideally having a Polycom VTX 1000 both on the near and far end to connect VTX1000 to VTX1000 for SoundStation VTX Wideband mode. Caller ID requires Bellcore Type 1 subscription. Power requirements are: 90 – 264 VAC, 50 – 60 Hz (100 V for Japan). The optimal operating environment is a temperature between: 40 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit (5 to 40 degrees Celsius) and a relative humidity between twenty to eighty-five percent. The SoundStation VTX 1000 may be stored at a temperature between: -22 – 131 degrees F (-30 – 55 degrees C)
Question #3 Does the SoundStation VTX1000 come with microphones or subwoofer?
Answer: No, microphones and a subwoofer do not come standard with the Polycom SoundStation VTX1000. External SoundStation VTX1000 microphones and/or the Polycom VTX1000 subwoofer must be purchased separately.
Question #4 Where does the Polycom VTX 1000 stand in the product line-up?
Answer: The Polycom SoundStation VTX 1000 is the latest Polycom audio conference product. Following the Polycom SoundStation, Polycom SoundStation Premier, Polycom SoundStation2 and Polycom SoundStation 2W.
Question #5 Does the SoundStation VTX 1000 have a display?
Answer:Yes, the Polycom SoundStation VTX 1000 comes with a built-in high-resolution back lighted graphical display.
Question #6 Does the Polycom Soundstation VTX1000 support three-way calling or caller ID?
Answer: Yes, the Polycom SoundStation VTX1000 supports three-way calling and caller ID; the VTX1000 requires a Bellcore type 1 telephone subscription for activation.
Question #7 Does the Polycom VTX 1000 work on digital or analog phone lines?
Answer: The Polycom SoundStation VTX 1000 only works with analog phone lines.
Question #8 What is the “wideband” audio feature of the Polycom VTX 1000?
Answer: The Polycom VTX Wideband is the audible range from 80 hertz to 7 KHz. Covering the full spectrum of human speech, making every voice, word, and syllable crystal clear.
Question #9 Can the SoundStation VTX1000 be integrated with Polycom VSX video series?
Answer: Yes, the Polycom SoundStation VTX1000 can be integrated with Polycom’s VSX line of products. A VTX to VSX cable kit (sold separately) is required to connect the units together.
Question #10 Where can I learn more about the Polycom SoundStation VTX1000?