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January 16, 2013

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It's gotomeeting that is not allowing you to call in via SIP. One thing I had to give to freeconferencecallhd.com, even though I am not fond of the rural-telco based "free" conferences, was they supported calling in via Skype and g.722 based SIP for high quality. We have a polycom HD voice conference phone and it was great on that service. Annoyingly when it calls into gotomeeting it does it over PSTN. We do that instead of using the higher quality audio in the PC because the polycom has 3 microphones and does a better job with the meeting room audio, sadly, even though it is then reduced to PSTN quality. The balancing of the different voices is better. A means to connect the polycom to gotomeeting over 722 would be ideal. Or tossing it out and buying one of the relatively rare USB multi-microphone conference table phones.

But yes, otherwise I hate the muffled sound of the people who call in via phone rather than over IP.

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