Digium D40 IP Phone for Asterisk
The Digium D40 is an HDVoice, PoE phone with English text keys: 2-line keys. The D40 is Digium’s best value phone designed to work for any employee in your company. The D40 was built by Digium specifically for Asterisk and Switchvox phone systems.
Digium D40 Overview
Digium IP Phones include unprecedented HD Voice and plug-and-play deployment at a price that fits any budget. With multiple line appearances, context sensitive soft keys, and advanced applications, you can access the information you need instantly. Digium's phones are the only phones that allow you to take full advantage of the flexibility and customization of Asterisk and Switchvox.
Integrated applications that come standard on Digium IP Phones include voicemail button, call log, contacts, phone status, user presence, parking, and call metrics. The Digium phones provide simple intuitive access to a wealth of information.
Digium phones support plug and play provisioning. Simply plug the phones in, automatically discover your Asterisk or Switchvox server, select the user, and start talking. Digium phones make it easier to do full office installs too. Simply scan a barcode from the box and the phone is instantly linked to a Switchvox user.
Digium D40 Features:
- HD Voice
- 2 Line keys
- 4 Feature Keys
- 4 Context sensitive softkeys
- Dual 10/100 PoE Ethernet
- 3.5inch Backlit LCD
- Full Duplex Speaker phone
- Headset, mute, and speaker keys
- Message Waiting indication light
- RJ9 Headset Port
- 5 volt power port
- # of Lines
- High Definition
- Backlit Display
- Color Display
- Touchscreen Display
- Protocols Supported
- # of Ethernet Ports
- PoE (IEEE 802.3af), Power Supply Available Separately
- Headset Interface
- EHS Support
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Why Pay $129.00 for the Digium D40?
Crystal Clear HDVoice, 2 line IP Phone
Simple setup and installation
Tightest integration with Asterisk
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We had 5 of these phones to test. Long story short - fair performance, looks a little ugly and out-dated and feels cheap. Sound was fair. Far below Cisco or Polycom phones/handsets.
Not very good
We had this phone, and were not impressed. It is not very attractive and feels cheaply made. It does have good voice quality, particularly on speaker, but it can start dropping sounds on calls and when retrieving voice messages too. It is also too expensive compared to other nicer VOIP phones available.