Difference between revisions of "Audio Options"

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Because there's no condenser microphone available that matches our high-quality optics, your Video Calling System's camera doesn't include one. There's no need to worry, though: you likely have at least one option for transmitting audio already in your home. Whether you prefer to use your computer's built-in microphone (if you have a newer computer, one is probably included), a Bluetooth headset, or simply your telephone's speakerphone option, you don't have to be tied to a low-quality condenser microphone built into the camera.
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Since there isn't a condenser microphone available on the market today that matches our high-quality optics, the Video Calling System's camera does not include one.
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No need to worry, though: you likely have at least one option for transmitting audio already in your home.
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Whether you prefer to use your computer's built-in microphone (if you have a newer computer, one is probably included), a Bluetooth headset, or simply your telephone's speakerphone option, you won't have to be tied to a low-quality condenser microphone built into the camera.

Revision as of 00:46, 12 April 2014

Since there isn't a condenser microphone available on the market today that matches our high-quality optics, the Video Calling System's camera does not include one.

No need to worry, though: you likely have at least one option for transmitting audio already in your home.

Whether you prefer to use your computer's built-in microphone (if you have a newer computer, one is probably included), a Bluetooth headset, or simply your telephone's speakerphone option, you won't have to be tied to a low-quality condenser microphone built into the camera.