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HT-503 versus SPA-3102

Discussion in '3CX Phone System - General' started by HatchITMan, Sep 17, 2008.

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  1. HatchITMan

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    I have been struggling with echo on a Linksys SPA-3102 for some time. I have followed all the recommendations on all the forums and sites, and have found that the line impedance setting makes the most difference, but after an unimaginable number of tweaks I have not managed to get acceptable call quality, to the extent that my co-workers think that 3CX is a waste of time!

    I have been wondering if the Grandstream HT-503, the replacement, I believe, for the HT-488, is any better in this department? Using a Voip provider (Sipgate), performance of the system is ideal once the router is set up properly, so the weak area for a low-cost system does appear to be the PSTN gateway.

    If anyone has any experience with the HT-488 or the HT-503, can they let us know, plese?

    On another note, I spent a while getting the 3102 to dial out. Once I had set the dial tones correctly in the Regional tab, everything went well, until the echo hit....
     
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  2. galal202

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    My opinion : the pstn voice in ht503 better than spa3102
    but I got 2 problems with ht503
    1 - openning the pstn line although no one pickup the call
    2 - caller id issues
     
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