On Hold Marketing Digital Equipment
Generally businesses will need a Digital On Hold player to incorporate telephone messages on hold. Most are best served by the On Hold Premier USB 1200. Larger companies with multiple locations will benefit from the On Hold Premier Hybrid 7600 with an automatic internet delivery system. This system virtually allows any company to upload recordings to their On Hold systems, throughout the world at the same time. There is no need for an on-site recording upload.
Are you a VOIP (voice over internet protocol) user? Or, do you already have digital equipment? If so, no worries. We can still work with you. Our state of the art studios and experienced engineers will format your recordings to work with your existing system.
Just give us a quick call at 800.932.2175 and we will advise you on the best solution.
On Hold Premier USB 1200
The USB 1200 is a digital audio system designed for Music & Message
On Hold playback on phone systems. MP3 audio is stored on a removable
USB flash drive that is plugged into the USB hub on the unit. The loading
of new audio is easily done by “dragging and dropping” MP3 file(s) from a
computer to the USB flash drive.
The unit also offers on-board (internal) flash memory that can store and play a single audio file. Once the MP3 file is loaded, the USB drive can be unplugged from the unit.
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On Hold Premier Hybrid 7600
The Hybrid 7600 is a solid-state, digital audio player used for Music and Message On-Hold applications. The Hybrid 7600’s “dual option” delivery provides flexibility in updating the device with new On Hold music and messages. Users can upload new audio remotely via the Ethernet connection, or on-site by using a removable USB flash drive.
For Ethernet applications the audio can be delivered and managed remotely via a LAN/WAN without the need for proprietary software. The USB port can be used as an alternative for those users choosing to update via a removable USB flash drive. Both methods of delivery accept a standard MP3 audio file.