Yealink CP920 Conference Phone
Touch-sensitive HD IP Conference Phone
It is time to optimize your conference room with Yealink CP920 modern conference phone – the Yealink Touch-sensitive HD IP Conference Phone CP920. With user-centric design philosophy, this new release from Yealink combines simplicity of use with sophistication of features, being perfect for small to medium conference room. In regard of its crystal-clear audio quality, your conversation will sound natural and bright anywhere with well-designed CP920. The Yealink CP920 can be not only paired with your mobile staff – smartphone or PC/tablet via Bluetooth, but also is a good choice for the companies that use a public switched telephone network (PSTN) after combining with CPN10 PSTN Box. As a valuable complement for your conference room, CP920 conference phone strikes an excellent balance between ease-of-use and powerful features, giving you a simply and clearly engaging business conference experience.
Superior Audio Quality
The Yealink CP920 conference phone, marrying the Yealink Noise Proof Technology, unburdens the business conversation by reducing annoying noise and minimizing distractions to set audio experience into a new level. Thanks to its built-in 3-microphone array, CP920 owns a 20-foot (6-meter) and 360-degree voice pickup range as if all participants are sitting across the table from each other!
Sensitive Touch, Elegant Control
This Y-shape phone released from Yealink, representing the first letter Y of Yealink, owns a sensitive touch keypad which perfectly cancels the keypad noise and facilitates your conference room experience by simply putting all of the key conferencing functions at your fingertips.
To protect business owner’s investments by supporting the migration to VoIP, CP920 allows you to connect Yealink PSTN box CPN10 with traditional analogue phone lines. Without purchasing any extra PSTN server, just cascading two CPN10 can directly implement local three-way PSTN conference and offers flexible modes for business users: analogue, IP or simultaneous analog-plus-IP.