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HiRO V.92 56K Internal PCI Express x1 Data Fax Voice Modem (H50197)

by HIRO
2 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews

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  • Latest V.92 Standard Protocol: PCM Upstream - Max. Data Upload up to 48K MOH - Receive Phone Call During Active Internet Connection Quick Connect - Connect to Your ISP Faster
  • Fully Compatible with the Latest Windows 7 Operation Systems RoHS Compliance Support Caller ID
  • Chipset: Conexant Modem Protocol: ITU-T V.92/K56Flex, ITU-T V.34bis, V.34, V.32bis, V.32, V.22bis, V.22, V.21, V.23 Bell 212A/103, V.80 Fax Compatibility: 14.4 kbps Send/Receive, G3 Compatible
  • Error Correction: MNP2-4, V.42 Data Compression: MNP5, V.42bis, & V.44 DTE To Modem Data Rate: Max. 115200 bps
  • Data Interface: PCI Express x1 Voice function with Telephone Answering Machine (TAM) Line Interface: RJ-11 Modular Jack, Line
  • Supported Operation Systems: Windows 2000, XP Home/Professional, XP Professional X64 Edition, Vista 32/64 Families, & Windows 7 32/64 Families System Requirement: 1x CD-ROM Drive, 1x PCI Express x1 Slot
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: HIRO
  • Model Number: H50197

Product Description

Product Description

HiRO V.92 56K Internal PCI Express x1 Data Fax Voice Modem

From the Manufacturer

HiRO V.92 56K Internal PCI Express x1 Data Fax Voice Modem

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 0.4 x 2.8 x 4 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B003XT978G
  • Item model number: H50197
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 30, 2010

Customer Reviews

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By Beast757 on February 8, 2011
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I would not recommend this modem for the price. The product installed easily enough, but did not perform as advertised. It is supposed to recognize caller ID where available and has a space on the messages for it but does not function. Call me crazy but I like tags with the messages.
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I had a wonderful modem arrangement on old computer, using PCI slots. New motherboard only has PCIe, so trying to recreate what I had with new hardware. I bought two modems for two phone lines; one was to handle fax calls and one was to handle voice. This was the voice modem.

Had a lot of trouble getting both modems working at the same time, so I put project aside for a bit. Finally came back to it, uninstalled and physically removed the other modem, and tried to get this one to work to provide telephone answering machine functionality through my PC.

The software that accompanies this unit, Phone Tray, is not answering machine software, it is call screening software. It appears that there was discussion of creating "Phone Tray Pro," to add answering machine functionality, but I cannot find that this ever materialized.

I tried Call Soft Pro (which looks like a really nice setup), but could not get the greeting to play through the modem, to be heard by the caller. Tried Advanced Call Center Pro, still no luck getting greeting to play (as an aside, I like the Call Soft product a lot better). This failure across two programs that seem to have generally good reputations makes me feel that the issue is the modem, but that is a conclusion on my part.

I am willing to pay for software sold separately (although past modems have always included appropriate software; this modem only includes Phone Tray). I just haven't been able to find any that will work with this modem. So if the modem actually IS functional, I guess the flaw might be the absence of included software that would meet my needs.

With regard to other features, it does display caller ID. It does answer after the designated number of rings. It does record the incoming message.
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I got this modem to provide Caller ID information. Conexent-type modems should respond to the command AT+VCID=1 by providing formatted caller name and number information. The modem recognizes the command (it replies "OK") but nevertheless sends only "RING" data. (Caller ID information is being received since it appears on my phone display.) A snail-mail letter to HiRO (no other contact information on their website) was not responded to. If you don't care about this feature the modem may be ok, but it's worthless for Caller ID.
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Picked this up to work in conjunction with FaxTalk Messenger Pro 8.0 to run as the office phone's answering machine by daily schedule. We have a second line which is programmed to automatically seek the primary, this way we only needed a modem with single line capability. Works great.
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By Paul on April 7, 2013
Purchased this modem to utilize with software that manages telephone traffic using Caller ID (phonetray).

Installed ok .. but operation for Caller ID is unreliable on a W7x64 bit desktop. Phones in the house see CID and associated info -- but occasionally the computer does not see the same information and incorrectly identifies the caller ID as "unavailable".

Unfortunately, this causes big problems when family members hear a "disconnected" message as a result of the unreliable operation.
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This review is for the HiRO V.92 56K Internal PCI Express x1 Data Fax Voice Modem (H50197).

I popped this onto an MSI Z77A-GD65 motherboard running Windows 7 Pro. I fired up FaxTalk FaxCenter Pro 8 and the modem was recognized. I didn't have to install any drivers.

We use this rig at the office to serve as our fax machine and we get about 20 faxes per day. We send out about 1 fax per day.

No issues at all. Price is great. Five stars, easy.
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I just wanted a cheap and simple fax modem. This was not it. Neither the default Win7 drivers or the drivers provide, or the drivers on the vendors site work. Win7-32 just does not recognize this device as a fax modem. Win7 even lists a Modem Audio Device that it can't find a driver for. Waste of money, waste of time. Not worth the cost to return it.
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By CJ on November 24, 2011
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Order this modem and received new in the box but not found on a new Windows 7 64 bit machine. Item DOA. Very disappointed and don't buy. Vendor only supplies refund after you pay the shipping back and does not replace the unit. Poor...
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