[Asterisk-Users] Re: X100P Echo was: USB Headsets (Plantronics DSP-400)

Doug Meredith doug.meredith at skyridge.com
Wed Mar 31 13:23:51 MST 2004

"Jason A. Pattie" <pattieja at pcxperience.com> wrote:

>Is there any possibility to remove the "turnaround" leg or whatever its
>called at the X100P?  I'm just thinking of a scenario where none of the
>outgoing signal is ever introduced to the incoming circuit.  That way,
>the echo problem simply disappears.  Or is this not possible?  What if
>the X100P were modified to do this in hardware?  Go ahead and let it
>"balance" the circuit if that is necessary, but then not introduce any
>of the outgoing signal onto the incoming circuit.

I believe that some high-end hardware does this.  The ADIT 600 claims
to.  I wish that the X100P did, as we have three that we are unable to
use due to echo.

Doug Meredith (doug.meredith at systemguard.com)
SystemGuard - Oracle remote support
877-974-8273 (87-SYSGUARD)

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