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Polycom SoundStation 2W Basic (Discontinued)

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The Polycom SoundStation 2W Basic has been discontinued by the manufacturer and replaced with Polycom SoundStation2W Expandable. For more information or if you have questions, please call 800.398.8647.
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Polycom SoundStation 2W Basic Wireless Conference Phone 2200-07880-160

The Polycom Soundstation 2W 2200-07880-160 wireless conference phone extends mobile conferencing to virtually any environment by eliminating the need to connect via dedicated telephone or data lines. Anywhere high-quality voice conferencing is needed, the SoundStation2W phone delivers.

Polycom SoundStation 2W Basic Product Overview

More productive calls – Patented Polycom Acoustic Clarity technology delivers crystal-clear conversations, making conference calls more productive Proven and secure wireless technology

With voice encryption for added security Freedom – Conference without cords up to 150 feet from the base station

Long lasting battery –Up to 24 hr. talk time from lithium-ion battery, with portable charger included Resists interference from mobile phones – Clearer calls with no distracting noise from wireless devices

Unparalleled flexibility – Applications Port enables conferencing through mobile phones and computers

Easy to use and install – Works like other Polycom conference phones, compatible with any analog phone line

Investment protection – Software upgradeable through mini-USB port

Polycom SoundStation 2W Basic Features:

- Wireless protocol DECT 1.9Ghz or 2.4Ghz (2.4 GHz WDCT (Worldwide Digital Cordless Telecommunications) or the 1.9 GHz DECT (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications) standards, depending on the wireless requirements where the phone will be used)

- Digital Spread Spectrum with Frequency Hopping

- Signal range – 150 feet from base station

- Dual diversity antennas

- Battery – Rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery pack

- Talk time – 12 hrs.

- Standby time – Up to 80 hrs.

- Signal strength and battery status continuously displayed on LCD

- Portable console charger – 1 Amp standard 110V power supply

- 64 bit voice encryption between console and base station

- High resolution backlit graphical LCD

- 2.5 mm headset jack for cell phone connection (cable included)

- Mini-USB port for software upgrades

- 12-key telephone keypad

- On-hook/off-hook, conference, mute, volume up/down keys, menu, navigation keys

- 3 context sensitive soft keys including redial, hold, programmable conference key

- Telco connection: 2-wire RJ-11 analog PBX or PSTN interface

- Network requirements: compatible with standard PSTN and PBX networks, analog or G.711 encoded

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Why Pay $544.99 for the Polycom SoundStation 2W Basic (Discontinued)?

  • Easy to use and install

  • Long life battery

  • More productive calls due to better sound quality

Questions on Polycom SoundStation 2W Basic (Discontinued)

From Andrew at 12/28/2015 7:00 PM

Q: We have a large classroom style conference room. The wireless is ideal for this environment so there's no cables running along the floor. Is it possible to add more wireless mics to this phone? Or is there a different solution that would work better?

A: Hi Andrew,

You can but the sound quality will become more static due to interference.

Here is a quick way you can accommodate things.

Two or more Polycom SoundStation 2W's in one area results in poor audio quality and possibly static

There are two kinds of issues that may be occurring. One is interference, the other is a poor transmission path between console and base station


If all the base stations are located in the same room, it is possible that they are “blinding” one another. The system automatically turns up its power to compensate for weak signals, and a strong transmitter located next to an unrelated receiver (which is the case when you have two base stations next to each other) can cause that receiver to miss portions of the signal intended for it.

This can be helped by physically separating the base stations. Often, a distance of a few feet can resolve the issue. The base stations can remain in the same room, as long as they are not lined neatly up next to each other like books on a shelf.

NOTE: Other wireless devices in the area including wireless modems and routers as well as cell phones can also impact the performance of the phones.

Transmission Path:

If the transmission path from the console to the base station is partially blocked, which can happen with metal wall framing, concrete walls, etc., then the signal will be weak and communication will be poor.

Identify which of the systems is working most poorly.

Unplug all the other base stations.

If one system is still working poorly, the problem is the transmission path and the base station needs to be closer to the terminal.

If it works well when the other base stations are unplugged, try separating the base stations and plug them back in, one at a time.

The base stations would be the issue making sure you have a great distance between them. Then you really shouldn't have that much of a problem.

Thank you,

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