FAQs about Polycom VSX 6000
323.tv answers many Frequently Asked Questions about the Polycom VSX 6000 series.
The Polycom VSX 6000 is a VSX set top system for personal and small conference room use. This product was discontinued and replaced with the VSX 5000 shortly after being released.
Question #1 What is the Polycom VSX6000?
Answer: The Polycom VSX6000 is a Entry-Essential level system. The Polycom VSX6000 is a basic endpoint only system.
Question #2 What requirements need to be met to use the Polycom V5000?
Answer: The Polycom V5000 requires a basic TV/Display or VGA Monitor, Broadband internet IP connection, or ISDN BRI lines.
Question #3 Does Polycom still make and sell the Polycom VSX6000?
Answer: No. As of December 31, 2005, Polycom stopped taking orders and manufacturing the Polycom VSX6000. Replacing the Polycom VSX6000 is the Polycom VSX5000 or VSX7000s models.
Question #4 Where does the Polycom VSX6000 fall in the product line-up?
Answer: The Polycom VSX6000 fell between the Polycom VSX5000 and Polycom VSX7000 Entry-Essential level VSX systems.
Question #5 What is one of the features the Polycom VSX6000 has over the Polycom VSX5000 does not?
Answer: The Polycom VSX6000 has a much better PTZ camera than the Polycom VSX5000.
Question #6 If you only have a VGA monitor, how do you get the video to come up on the Polycom VSX6000 when you first boot up the VSX6000?
Answer: You must press and hold down the star button of the Polycom VSX6000 remote control as you power up the VSX6000.
Question #7 What environment is best suited for the Polycom VSX6000?
Answer: The Polycom VSX6000 is best suited for Entry-Essential level office solutions.
Question #8 Does the Polycom VSX6000 support People+Plus content?
Answer: Yes. The Polycom VSX6000 does support People+Content.
Question #9 Does the Polycom VSX6000 support adjustable bandwidth for Content?
Answer: Yes. The Polycom V6000 gives you the option to include 90% Content/ 10% People; 50% Content/ 50% People; or 10% Content/ 90% People.
Question #10 Where can I find out more about the Polycom V5000 which replaced the VSX 6000?