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Old 01-13-2015, 03:51 PM
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Does the B159 conference phone have an auxiliary audio input in addition to the external microphones?

When the external microphone option is purchased, do you get two external microphones? Photos always show two but descriptions do not indicate two.

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Sorry Hill,

But I am not familiar with that unit. May I suggest that you contact a Polycom Rep? We use CDW as our source for all conference phones.

I'm not sure of the exact relationship. However I believe that Polycom is under some type of license to make Avaya brand conference phones. So when you specify an Avaya conference phone, you get one made by Polycom. And that is not a BAD thing.
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B100-series analog conference phones come from the Konftel acquisition by Avaya. Polycom will not be able to help.
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B100-series analog conference phones come from the Konftel acquisition by Avaya. Polycom will not be able to help.
I'm sorry, I responding to a different question. As to your question...I Googled the model number and saw several Avaya documents on this unit. I would start there
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Spec Sheet for the B159 - http://www.avaya.com/usa/documents/b...4713-final.pdf. Probably a 3.5 mm plug for connecting to cell phones.

Two microphones in the "expansion microphones" kit.
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Thanks everyone for your response. I think they will be the solution to the problem, either through the additional extended microphones or the AUX in port (or both).
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