Once installed, VoiceTap can remain connected without interfering with your calls. Just connect a recorder or powered speakers when you are ready. Works with almost any telephone equipped with a detachable handset cord, including single or multi-line analog and digital phones as well as VoIP phones.
Plug a set of stereo computer speakers into the stereo output jack and you will hear the same audio over both speakers.
Everyone in the room hears both sides of the conversation, without the cutout of typical speakerphone conversations. Only the person holding the handset can talk. Perfect for sales demonstrations or any time when you want several people to hear your conversation.
|Mic Level Output||3.5 mm mono: 50 mV RMS, 600 ohm
3.5 mm stereo: 50 mV RMS, 600 ohm
|Size||2.5" x 1.9" x 1" (6.2 x 4.7 x 2.5 cm)|
18" handset cable
5' 3.5 mm stereo cable
Our Voice Tap is just the answer. Voice Tap provides a nice mix of both sides of the conversation as well as any touch tones pressed. Just connect to a powered speaker or PA system.
Telecom Audio handset taps get connected to the handset cord of your existing telephone. Not only does this give you compatibility with more telephone systems, but it gives us access to a better mix of your voice and the callers voice. We also use high quality transformers to isolate hum and noise.
Voice Tap supplies a microphone level signal to your powered speakers. You should get acceptable volume with most computer type speakers, but some speakers expect a line level (louder) signal. If you need louder output, try different speakers. Remember, they must be powered, amplified speakers.
The relative level of local and far end voices is partially a function of the telephone. You may want to try a different phone.
Make sure you only plug a stereo cord into the stereo output jack. If you plug a mono plug into the stereo jack, you will temporarily short out both jacks.