mVox USB Speakerphone
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- Noise-Canceling USB Speakerphone Kit for Free VoIP Calls.
- To hear and be heard loud and clear with this portable, plug-and-play USB speakerphone kit.
- Includes USB speakerphone and earpiece.
- It is the perfect handsfree speakerphone for small group conferencing or individual calls via IP softphones, such as Avaya IP softphone,
- Note: The MV100 is not compatible with Microsoft Windows Vista and Mac OS 10.3.9 or higher!
- The MV100 is a high quality USB speakerphone with advanced noise suppression and echo cancellation technologies.
- AIMPhoneline, Skype, Yahoo Messenger, MSN Messenger, and Google Talk.
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"mVox is a Cupertino based company and we all know great things come from Cupertino.
The miniVox MV100 portable USB speakerphone is designed for Internet telephony and web conferencing applications such as Skype, Vonage, Webex, Marratech, Breeze, GizmoProject, or iChat AV. The miniVox is a nice solution for PowerBooks, laptops, or even desktops when you want engage in hands-free conversations or conference calls. It is small (Dimensions: 3.2 x 2.2 x 0.8 inches - 8.1 x 5.5 x 2.0 cm) and light (Weight: 1.5 ounces - 42 grams) and cheap. The miniVox MV100 also has a 2.5mm headset jack on its left size.
As anybody that has engaged in VoIP or web conferencing with a computer has experienced, audio works best with a PC headset. When you try and use your computer speakers and a mic, echo will plague the other participants. It is a simple matter of acoustics, the audio from your speakers will leak back into your microphone and cause the person you are speaking to to hear themselves back with an annoying delay. If more than one participant is connected this way, your conference may end up being a nightmare.
The solution for this is echo suppression. Many of the VoIP and web conferencing application do not have any echo cancellation or it is not robust enough to handle a acoustic situation like this. miniVox MV100 portable USB speakerphone is a full duplex speaker phone (110dB peak volume) with DSP voice processing for noise suppression and echo cancellation. The miniVox MV100 portable USB speakerphone sounds better when I use it with Skype than my expensive Nortel Networks speaker phone on my companies PBX.Read more ›
Positives: Works with no drivers, small, sound quality is above average, better than the built in microphone on my iBook.
Possible negatives: Draws too much power to plug into the usb port on my keyboard, and the cell phone size audio jack requires you purchase a cell phone style headset.
What I'm actually using now is a dinky, single ear/mic headset with a plantronic's usb headset adaptor.
Sound quality was a bit off, but Skype quality is poor to begin with -- this could have been all Skype issues. Still, it's workable. The device is quite compact, about the size of a very small cell phone or a compact pager. Very light. No mute or volume control -- have to do that using software.
The included USB cable is cheap, long and bulky, I use the elegant Zip-LINQ retractable mini-B cable that came with my mouse. The device works with a cell phone earset and has better sound then -- this, in fact, is really what I wanted. They even include a cheap earset, which is a nice touch.
It will be far easier to travel with this than with a bulky USB headset. My ideal device would cost the same but:
* dump the speaker phone, so make it smaller (use a cell phone earset)
* use a built-in short USB cable that nests in the body of the device
* add a mute button
This isn't my ideal, but it's the best I've seen so far! I think I like it.
mVox shows how to provide a similar facility for VoIP calls, at a fraction of the price, and with the added advantage of being quite portable.
This small, credit card sized, speakerphone plugs into a USB port and just works. The small size allows it to easily travel with my laptop. It has excellent echo-cancellation. It handles jitter reasonably well. Since its an audio device, it can't directly handle packet-loss itself. However, Skype handles that as well as any VoIP application ever does. The microphone is fairly sensitive - I've used it will eight people around a table and all could be clearly heard at the other end of the call.
The mVox is one of those joys of life which just works. It doesn't have any complex setup. I can connect it to a colleagues laptop and confidently expect it to work correctly first time.
It only has one drawback - it has a limited frequency response. Calls over the mVox sound like AM radio talkback. The conversation is very clear, but it lacks high and low frequencies. For conference calls, I have never found this a major problem.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great speakerphone, no echo, gets plenty loud and works on most machines without silly drivers. I use it with google hangouts. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Blade
This little speakerphone totally exceeded my expectations. I bought it for travel because my laptop audio isn't great. Read morePublished 4 months ago by FinTech32
I took a chance on this since it was so cheap compared to much more expensive solutions. Unfortunately you get what you pay for. Read morePublished 4 months ago by DJ Nova
Have been using this for a week on Voip. Callers have no problem hearing me. Loving it so far.Published 4 months ago by Spriggel
My husband needed a speaker for his work conferences and they did not have money in the budget for a nice, expensive system. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Michelle Wentz
Pleasantly surprised at the voice quality. For $10, you can't beat it. Just plugs into a USB port. No AC adapter to fumble with. Mic picks up clear.Published 12 months ago by R.L.
I bought this for when I had my dad use google hangout into group conversations. So there was him on one end and about 7-8 noisy people on the other. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Amber