JK Audio HD Voice
HD digital hybrids
Three JK Audio digital hybrids are now available in HD versions to accommodate VoIP phone systems that offer 7kHz bandwidth audio. This is commonly referred to as HD Voice. Innkeeper PBX HD, Universal Host HD, and PBX port HD provide different features, but all work the same way. These digital hybrids provide talk show-quality caller audio from most IP and PBX telephone systems. They allow users to send mic or line level signals into a telephone while maintaining excellent separation between the sender's voice and the caller. The balanced XLR output jack contains only the caller's voice, ready for broadcast. These hybrids provide connections for a microphone, headphones, mixer or computer.
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