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The earliest instance of a device used for phone conferencing may be the Jordaphone invented by Asen Yordanoff, a Bulgarian, in 1945. It was a wireless device that could transmit voice on a regular phone to a loudspeaker so that many people could hear the person on the other side.
Meet ProCall, an intuitive speakerphone that connects via Bluetooth with crystal-clear sound and turns any conversation into a productive conference call in seconds. With an omni-directional microphone that picks up voice from all around the room and advanced audio technology that eliminates background noise and distortion, ProCall gives you conference call capabilities without the complexity.
|Dimensions||10 x 10 x 3.6 cm|
- Press & hold the BT Pairing button until the device enters pairing mode (indicated by red and blue flashing LEDs).
- Go to your smartphone’s Bluetooth settings and search and connect to ‘ProCall’.
- To answer an incoming call, press the BT Pairing button once. To end an ongoing call, press the BT Pairing button once. To redial, press the BT Pairing button twice.
- To adjust the volume of the BT connection, press and hold the ‘BT Volume Up/Down’ button.
- When using ProCall as a BT speaker, press the ‘BT Next Title’ or ‘BT Previous Title’ buttons once to skip to the next track or to go back to the previous track.
- To enable recording mode, slide the ‘MP3 Player / Recorder Power Switch’ to ‘ON’ position. To record, press and hold the ‘Recorder/Music Player Start’ button for 3 seconds. To stop recording, simply press the ‘Recorder/Music Player Start’ button once.
- To play back a recording, press the ‘Recorder/Music Player Start’ button twice. To skip to the next recording, press the ‘Recorder / Music Player Next Title’ button once. To go back to the previous recording, press the ‘Recorder / Music Player Next Title’ button once. To stop a recording, press the ‘Recorder/Music Player Start’ button once.
- To adjust the volume of Recorder playback or Music Player, press and hold the ‘Recorder/Music Player Volume Up or Down buttons.