Hello Mr. Baier,
I have a similar problem:
Since I'm planning on setting up a conference room in our office, I already talked to one of your company's sales reps. Is it possible to connect the Polycom Soundstation Duo to a Mac Mini? We are planning on using the device as a microphone and speaker in the beginning, but we also might set up real Polycom (telephone) conferencing in the future.
Your colleague talked about a specific cable we need in order to connect the Soundstation Duo with the Mac. Is there anything else I need to be aware of? E.g. driver software, additional hardware, compatibility with Skype and online tools such as anymeeting or gotomeeting.
I really need to be sure that I can run the Soundstation Duo in combination with Skype/Anymeeting without problems after purchasing the hardware.
Thanks in advance!
welcome to the Polycom Community.
I have moved this post from your original reply => here <= as this discusses another PC type.
Currently we are only selling a computer calling kit which has a connector for a PC microphone and a connector for a PC speaker.
As far as I am aware Apple uses a combined 3.5mm plug.
We do not have such specific cable and the only other cable we sell is the mobile phone cable.
Aug 01, 2013 Question: What mobile phone cable can I use?
Resolution: Please check => here <=
To my knowledge this has not been officially tested against any Apple desktop / laptop PC's and is only officially supporting Apple's mobile phones.
Please ensure to provide some feedback if this reply has helped you so other users can profit from your experience.
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It would be great to find out if you made this work. I've been searching online for several hours to find out if there's a way to connect a SoundStation2 to a a mac mini, and this is the only thread anywhere that discusses it.
Polycom folks, surely by now somebody at your end has attempted to test and resolve this?