Vidyo’s group and personal solutions work with a broad range of industry-standard peripheral devices, so you can choose the speakerphones that work best for your deployment.
The speakerphones listed here are recommended or supported for use with VidyoPortal™ version 2.2.2 or later unless otherwise noted. To ensure that you are using the most recent drivers, please check with Vidyo Support for the latest image available.
In the following table:
- VidyoRoom™ Generation 3 (Gen 3) systems include: HD-2, HD-3, HD-40 (all), HD-100 Rev D, HD-230, VidyoPanorama™ 600, VidyoRoom SE
- VidyoRoom Generation 2 (Gen 2) systems include: HD-50, HD-100, HD-100 Rev 4A, HD-220.
|Biamp||Nexia TC||VidyoPanorama 600||Teleconference DSP and mixer with echo canceller.|
|Biamp||TesiraFORTÉ CI||VidyoRoom (Gen 3)|
|Phoenix||Duet PCS MT202||VidyoRoom (Gen 2 and Gen 3) except HD-100 and HD-100 Rev 4a||
USB desktop speakerphone.
Note: If you need an extender with this speakerphone, Vidyo recommends the APC USB extender, which supports up to 55 feet.
|Phoenix||Quattro3 MT304||VidyoRoom (Gen 2 and Gen 3)||
USB and power daisy-chain speakerphone.
Notes: If you choose to daisy chain, each speakerphone can be powered individually using the supplied power adapters, or if you want to power all the speakerphones using PoE, you can purchase the Daisy Chain Power Kit from Phoenix Audio Technologies.
Also, if you need an extender with this speakerphone, Vidyo recommends the APC USB extender, which supports up to 55 feet.
|Phoenix||Octopus MT454||VidyoRoom (Gen 3)||Audio conferencing mixer and amplifier with echo canceller and USB-to-analog audio converter.|
|PreSonus||AudioBox 22VSL||HD-40 Rev C
|USB-to-analog audio converter.|
|Yamaha||PJP-10||VidyoRoom (Gen 3)||USB speakerphone for personal use.|
|Yamaha||PJP-20||VidyoRoom (Gen 3)||USB speakerphone for huddle rooms.|
|Yamaha||YVC-300||VidyoRoom (Gen 3)||
USB conference speakerphone perfect for small-sized meetings with four to six people.
Note: The Icron Technologies Rover 1850 85-meter extender has been qualified for use as an extender with the Yamaha YVC-300.
|Yamaha||YVC-1000||HD-100 Rev D
|Biamp||Devio||VidyoRoom (Gen 3)||No HID integration.|
|Blue Microphones||Icicle||VidyoRoom (Gen 3)||XLR-to-USB Signal Adapter.|
|ClearOne||Chat 50||VidyoRoom (Gen 2 and Gen 3) except HD-220||Personal echo-canceling speakerphone.|
|ClearOne||Chat 60||VidyoRoom (Gen 2 and Gen 3) except HD-110, HD-220, and HD-50 Rev 4a||Personal speakerphone that provides full-duplex audio.|
|ClearOne||Chat 150||VidyoRoom (Gen 2 and Gen 3)||
USB-based, echo-canceling speakerphone. Vidyo does not recommend the Chat 150 as a speakerphone when daisy-chained.
|ClearOne||Interact AT||VidyoPanorama 600||
USB-to-analog audio converter.
|Jabra||Jabra SPEAK 410||HD-40 (all)
|Personal echo-canceling speakerphone.|
|Konftel||Konftel 300||VidyoRoom (Gen 2 and Gen 3)||Conference phone with microphone, two additional microphones, and PA system interface box.|
|RevoLabs||FLX2||VidyoRoom (Gen 2 and Gen 3) except HD-40 (all) and HD-50 Rev 4a||Wireless conference phone.|
|RevoLabs||FLX UC 500||VidyoRoom (Gen 3)||
Note: Starting with VidyoRoom version 3.3.11, we added HID integration when this device is running version 188.8.131.52.
|RevoLabs||FLX UC 1000||VidyoRoom (Gen 3)||
USB SIP speakerphone.
Note: HID integration and volume sync between the Vidyo Room system and the FLX UC 1000 are not supported.
|Revolabs||FLX UC 1500||VidyoRoom (Gen 3)||
USB SIP speakerphone.
Note: HID integration and volume sync between the VidyoRoom system and the FLX UC 1500 are not supported.
|Shure||X2u||VidyoRoom (Gen 3)||XLR-to-USB Signal Adapter. Qualified with Shure microphones.|
- RECOMMENDED: The device has been tested and has provided a better than acceptable experience. For example, a speakerphone with superior echo cancellation is considered better than acceptable.
- SUPPORTED: The device has been tested and has provided an acceptable experience. For example, a webcam with 15 fps and above is considered acceptable.
- DEPRECATED: The device was previously listed as “Recommended” or “Supported” but has been scheduled for discontinued support in the future and should not be used for new installations.