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Can you change the original signal, before it's sent? If you can, removing any unneeded frequencies might be a start to limit the frequencies that cause the distortion. Like high and low end. An expander or gate would also cut down on background noise. I don't really understand your setup though. Are the clients phones the receivers? I don't know. Failing ...


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Sound can usually be improved on the receiving end. But there is no general advice, the approach depends on your specific VoIP termination, sound profile, site setup, etc. Sound engineering is also part science part voodoo, or "art" as some prefer, and requires some trial-and-error. So answering your question requires the VoIP URI (for example the SIP ...


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Sadly phones are not great sound reproduction devices. I've not see a business phone system (and I've seen many) where the sound can be changed in any way except volume. Sometimes a problem is that speaker phones are turned up so loud that the phone itself resonates and adds lots of noise. In this case turning the volume down can actually make it easier to ...


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