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Combines Handset and Headset Audio
is used to provide an
method of connecting supervisory monitoring equipment to a telephone
that uses built-in switching between handset and headset jacks. It
combines the audio to a single output so that you will be able to
monitor or record conversations from both the handset and headset.
with cables and connectors which have been wired for use with Total
Recall recorders from Omnicron. It can be customized to meet unusual
requirements. Consult your place of purchase if cables are required
with non-standard lengths, connections, or circuitry.
If your recorder is more than twenty-five feet from your
phone, extension cables, such as the T25-EXT, are available. The
cable between the TSA-CHH
and your recorder may also be extended in other ways. Only the
center two wires in the output cable (red & green) are used to
feed audio to your recorder.
1. Unplug the handset
cord from your telephone set and plug it into the
jack on your TSA-CHH labeled “IN-1”.
the short TSA-CHH cable labeled “OUT-1” into the jack on your
phone where the handset cord was originally connected.
Your telephone handset
now function normally as you have simply connected a short extension
into the handset cord.
3 Repeat above
steps #1 and #2 for the headset cord using “IN-2” and
“OUT-2” connections on your TSA-CHH. Since the two TSA-CHH
circuits are identical, it does not matter which circuit (1 or 2)
you use for the handset, and which is used for the headset.
can now be connected to your supervisory equipment (voice logging
recorder, monitor amplifier, etc.). Normally the center two wires on
the handset and
are the earpiece circuit. The TSA-CHH
has a twenty-five foot cable which connects to these
wires and combines the audio to a single pair to
feed audio to the LINE or AUXILIARY (AUX) input of your recorder so
that both sides of all conversations on the handset or
be monitored. If your telephone does not use standard connections,
the plug may have to be re-wired so that the recorder is connected
to the correct wires.
If your monitoring equipment interferes with the operation of
your phone in any way, or if your monitoring equipment is not
designed to be connected to your telephone in this manner, a
different means of interconnection may be required.
5. Locate a convenient
spot on your phone to mount the TSA-CHH.
Insure that there is enough slack in the cables so that they can be
easily un-plugged, if required, and that it will not interfere with
the operation of the phone. Use the double stick foam tape and cable
ties that are included with each TSA-CHH
to attach it to your phone and secure the cables.
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