Have you ever wanted to listen to music or a podcast while waiting on hold? Simply connect Voice Over between the handset and base of your telephone. The stereo audio cable connects to a line output or headphone output on your smartphone, computer, or audio player. Voice Over mixes the left and right audio input signals with the caller's voice in the telephone handset earpiece. The caller never hears your added audio source. On most phones you can even listen to audio between phone calls, while the switchhook is down.
Install Voice Over between the telephone and the headset amplifier. Compatible with the majority of headset amplifiers, but again, we can't guaranty compatibility due to a lack of industry standards.
OK, so you've plugged Voice Over into your speaker output jack. Now where do you connect your computer speakers? Simple, Voice Over has an extra 3.5 mm stereo jack that acts as an extension from your sound card.
|Input||48" long cord with 3.5 mm stereo plug
|Aux||3.5 mm jack provides duplicate output
|Size||2.5" x 1.9" x 1" (6.2 x 4.7 x 2.5 cm)|
18" handset cable
The receiver audio level will drop considerably if the audio input cord is not connected to an audio source. Keep the cord plugged into a headphone output or amplifier output.
Make sure Voice Over is connected between the telephone base and headset amplifier.