Telos iQ6 Added to Axia iQ Console
Cleveland - Apr 2, 2011 - The Telos iQ6 telco gateway is a native multi-line telephone system that connects to the Axia iQ AoIP console with a single cable. Telos iQ6 plugs into a Livewire network and carries six lines of audio, hybrid control and feedback on one CAT-5 cable. It is controlled directly from Axia iQ consoles equipped with the Telco expansion frame, by using the Telos VSet12, or the included VX Producer software to take and screen calls directly via a producer's PC.
iQ6 works with POTS or ISDN phone lines, and comes equipped with two Telos hybrids with digital dynamic EQ. iQ6 also comes with new AEC (Advanced Echo Cancellation) from Fraunhofer Labs, which helps eliminate open-mic feedback.
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