SoftSwitch handset recording adapter
Under some circumstances where analog recording boards are used to record digital phones or where analog lines cannot be connected in parallel, there is probably a need of recording through handset of phones. At present, most telephone handset interfaces are RJ9 (4P4C) jack. A telephone handset consists of two parts – headphone and microphone. 4 pins in an RJ9 jack respectively connect to 2 components, with different connection methods and polarity arrangements from various manufacturers. The SoftSwitch handset recording adapter HandSet-JB, used to convert 4 pins to 2 for recording purpose, is applicable to a great number of telephone models, satisfying the requirements of most users.
Equalizes and enlarges the volume of headphone and microphone for mix output.
Uses a standard RJ11 jack for output, allowing connection with a variety of analog voice boards.
Applicable to a plenty of analog and digital phone models.
Optional between A-type and B-type via a transfer switch.
Last Updated ( Saturday, 28 August 2010 05:41 )