Do you have a VoIP telephony solution for your business telephones? If so, it is very likely to Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) based, somewhat today's IP telephony defacto standard.
Note: The hosting SIP VoIP telephone system is required to support generic SIP standards (eg. RFC 3261).
IP Audio Decoder / Amplifier: for direct connection of speakers (ie. create SIP Speakers).
Which 8ohm speaker/s can I use? See our 8ohms speaker/s options.
IP Audio Decoder (non-amplifier): for integration to traditional audio - eg. mixer/amplifiers.
How it works: Loaded with SIP firmware, the audio decoder unit registers/connects to your VoIP SIP telephone server for service, typically as a SIP extension or 3rd party SIP endpoint.
When Dialled: SIP audio decoder/amplifier unit/s will output audio directly (SIP Speaker/s).
Decoder unit/s will output audio to a traditional amplifier input, to create a PA / 'Tannoy' broadcast.