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How to Set Polycom VVX Series Volume to a Persistent Level?
Q: I have a customer with 30 locations stated that the ringer is not loud enough. Is there a solution to resolve this?
A: Polycom’s VVX receiver volume resets to a nominal level after each call. This is the VVX VoIP phones’ default setting. To make the receiver volume persist across calls after you the volume setting is changed, you would need to manually edit the tx and Rx gains in the phones.
Here’s how to:
0 is the default number, which automatically resets your phone to a nominal level after each call ends. If you change the number to 1, the volume for each call will be staying at the same level as the previous call.
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