Which FXO to recieve incoming calls?

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  1. cevatkerim

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    I'm stuck between HT-488 and Linksys 3102. Which should I use to get incoming calls? Which one is better overall?
     
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    Re: Whish FXO to recieve incoming calls?

    HT488 is very easy to config. However, it cannot decode incoming caller id from PSTN.

    SPA3102 should sound good. The sound quality should be better than HT488 as well. Its caller id function is also stable. However, the price is higher than HT488.
     
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    I use different PAP2s and I really like their voice quality. I just want to get incoming calls thru 3cx. Caller id is a plus so should I get Linksys 3102?
     
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    If you preferred incoming calls with caller id. HT488 unable to help you. It officially not support caller id from PSTN.
     
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    The lynksys 3102 is very easy to set up, I have 2 working fine and got them up and running in minutes
     
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    yes, i also prefer the linksys 3102 works fine and the voice is quite clear
     
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