I have a user who has his volume on full capacity and he has saved this setting. He states he would like the option of having it lounder than it is. At the present it is on full volume with no capacity to make it louder should he wish to have it louder due to background noise. It is definately set up to max and saved.Its a 7941 series CCM4.2(3) Is there a enterprise setting for this? Thanks Derek
We have a number of similar users here, and have used the Walker amplifier (W-10) quite successfully. With this amplifier connected you don't need a separate handset just use the standard Cisco handset that was shipped with the phone. There is no Enterprise setting for this type of volime increase.
This is also a very cost effective solution. Have a look (just an example :)
To add to the good advice from Rob, if you can judge that the volume is not so high at any setting, you can increase the input gain under voice-port of few dBs. this is GW-based setting that will affect all users.
Thanks for that I suspected it was going to be a global setting but was hopeing it was on ccm, but alas its not. Thanks. Not used this system of getting information but its good and a lot quicker than dredging through the cisco site. Mnay thanks. Derek
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