Konftel Doubles Room Size Capacity

The Konftel 300 conference phone has been designed with medium-sized rooms to auditoriums in mind. External speakers, microphones and headsets can be connected to the phone. In addition, it can be hooked up to the auditorium’s PA system.

“We have received inquiries about the possibility of connecting external speakers and microphones to the conference phone for use in really large conference halls. The Konftel 300 can be used with any audio system already installed in the room,” explains Konftel’s Managing Director, Peter Renkel.

The original voice pickup range for the Konftel 300 is 30 m2. By adding expansion microphones, the pickup range is more than doubled.

Konftel is also leading the industry as the first manufacturer to make it possible to connect wireless headsets to the conference phone. This guarantees that conference participants can be heard clearly by those on the other end of the line while moving freely around the room or facing away from the phone.

A PA software upgrade enhances the versatility of the Konftel 300, making it an ideal solution for any size room. For example, an external PA system, handheld and mounted external microphones can be connected.

The Konftel 300 conference phone offers a host of innovative features. Not only has it been designed for large conference rooms, it has a built-in SD memory card reader and call recorder capability that make it possible to record calls directly on the phone. In addition, the Konftel 300 has a conference guide that makes it easy to set up multiparty calls and a line mode that allows the user to switch between and combine three connectivity options (analogue lines, mobile phones or PCs for VoIP).

“Surveys indicate that we will see an increase in the number of teleconferences in the future because of the time-saving, economic and environmental benefits they offer. However, we also know that many users place increasingly high demands on their conference phones. And we’re pleased to announce that the Konftel 300 meets these demands,” says Peter Renkel.