If so, do I require a certain frequency model, and are there any required accessories or software needed on the Cisco IP Phone? Or is this accessory independent of the Phone System and any software? Please let me know ASAP.
Re: Cisco 7937 3rd party microphone compatibility?
The 7937/7937G mentions that it supports a 3rd party wireless lapel microphone in the documention.
It does this via a microphone jack on the side. The jack is a standard "small" 2.5mm(3/32") audio jack which is smaller than the analog microphone jack on your computer. That on is 3.5mm(1/8").
What is needed then is a wireless microphone along with its receiver. The receiver output then needs to be fed into the audio jack on the 7937G. The output og the receiver will most likely need multiple adapters to plug into the 2.5mm audion jack on the 7937G.
For example, the output of a receiver might be RCA. The first adapter might be a cable of RCA to 3.5mm and then a adapter of 3.5mm to 2.5mm.
Anyways, I suggest working with CDW for the purchase. They were very helpful.
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