Mute Beep Sounds when changing Volume on Trio 8800

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Mute Beep Sounds when changing Volume on Trio 8800

Hi There


we have a Trio 8800 with firmware


We are trying to mute the Beepsound, when we change the Volume on this device. Reason for this is that often in a Call, you have different Speakers with different Volumes and sometimes you have to adjust the Volume by yourself. Currently, when you change the volume, it gives a loud beep noise. This beepnoise - i assume - is an indicator to show you on which level you are with the volume. But this sound is aswell caught by the microphone and the others in the call will hear it. 


Is there a way to disable this?


Thanks already for your help!



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Polycom Employee & Community Manager

Re: Mute Beep Sounds when changing Volume on Trio 8800

Hello @Martin Brenn,


welcome to the Polycom Community.

Trio UC Software 5.7.1 added this new parameter => here <=

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Steffen Baier

Polycom Global Services

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