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Can anybody describe to me the exact differences between T23G and T42G type phones?
They look different of course, have a different number of soft keys, etc, but what what about other key hardware differences, such as processor, RAM, speaker and handset hardware?

We are not entirely happy with the quality of our T23G phones and would like to know if we can expect better audio and higher quality calls on T42Gs.
Or are the differences more in the feature area?
Hi,

Why are you not happy with the quality of your phones?
Do you mean the sound quality or the ease of operation?
For the ease of operation I can’t give you an answer, but if you mean audio…
- Sound not crispy enough?
- Noise level to high?
- Audio level to high/low?
- Audio stream interrupted?
- Low audio quality between phones in local LAN?
- Low audio quality between phones in local and remote offices?

Please check if all phones supports and uses the G722 codec.
Check if your PBX support the G722 codec at phone side and provider side.
Check (make sure) if your VoIP provider support the G722 codec.

Hope this helps.
(01-15-2017 03:22 PM)complex1 Wrote: [ -> ]Hi,

Why are you not happy with the quality of your phones?
Do you mean the sound quality or the ease of operation?
For the ease of operation I can’t give you an answer, but if you mean audio…
- Sound not crispy enough?
- Noise level to high?
- Audio level to high/low?
- Audio stream interrupted?
- Low audio quality between phones in local LAN?
- Low audio quality between phones in local and remote offices?

Please check if all phones supports and uses the G722 codec.
Check if your PBX support the G722 codec at phone side and provider side.
Check (make sure) if your VoIP provider support the G722 codec.

Hope this helps.

With call quality issues I mean "Interrupted Audio Stream" mostly. Audio drops frequently for a few seconds on phones on local LAN. All my phones are using G722.
(01-15-2017 03:33 PM)avayax Wrote: [ -> ]
(01-15-2017 03:22 PM)complex1 Wrote: [ -> ]Hi,

Why are you not happy with the quality of your phones?
Do you mean the sound quality or the ease of operation?
For the ease of operation I can’t give you an answer, but if you mean audio…
- Sound not crispy enough?
- Noise level to high?
- Audio level to high/low?
- Audio stream interrupted?
- Low audio quality between phones in local LAN?
- Low audio quality between phones in local and remote offices?

Please check if all phones supports and uses the G722 codec.
Check if your PBX support the G722 codec at phone side and provider side.
Check (make sure) if your VoIP provider support the G722 codec.

Hope this helps.

With call quality issues I mean "Interrupted Audio Stream" mostly. Audio drops frequently for a few seconds on phones on local LAN. All my phones are using G722.

It sounds you have issues on your local LAN, probably caused by: The router or switch on the LAN, the firewall on the office’s LAN or WAN (internet).
Interrupted Audio Stream (Choppiness) is caused by “packet loss” which results from the “high jitter” of an unstable connection.
So ensure the firewall is properly configured to allow for and prioritize VoIP traffic. If the office uses the same LAN for computers and VoIP, then ensure that no computers on the LAN are using more bandwidth than normal. Streaming video sites (such as Netflix) and video conferencing are two common culprits. Try an online connection speed test to verify that upload and download speeds are consistent with what your ISP is providing. If necessary, consider increasing bandwidth from the ISP or switching to a SIP Trunk provider.

Hope this helps.
Thanks.
I would also like to inquire about the exact differences between T23G and T42G type phones.
They look different of course, have a different number of soft keys, etc, but what what about other key hardware differences, such as processor, RAM, speaker and handset hardware?

Or are the differences more in the feature area?
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