VH2 can be configured in several ways to be compatible in environments where the studio has different telephone connection arrangements. Dual or single input and outputs can be selected, and AES3* or analog audio I/O can be chosen. VH2 can be configured for callers to hear each other, or be isolated depending on the needs of the studio. *Supports 48 KHz sampling rate only for AES3.
VH2 offers a pair of audio inputs for callers “on-hold”. This allows for listeners to hear your programming while they are waiting to be put “on-air”.
Consistent Audio Levels
Selectable automatic gain control (AGC) maintains a uniform audio output, even when the caller signal varies widely. Also, selectable caller ducking lowers incoming caller audio, so local talent remains in control.
When configured with its companion phone (the Polycom VVX 201 IP phone), VH2 does even more. Calls can be answered on the handset and easily transferred back and forth to VH2, just like a traditional telephone hybrid. And the companion phone supports caller ID and outbound calling.
VH2 is outfitted with front panel controls and status indicators so it can be used out-of-the-box. Front panel buttons can also be remoted via the rear panel connector, so your console buttons can trigger its functions.