For years I have used Plantronics Supra binaural headsets along with the matching Plantronics headset amplifier/interface M10 or MX10. ( I am not at that location now.) I have the requirement that my phone audio be crystal clear at all times. I have never had any problem with clarity until yesterday. I never had considered VOIP because my internet speed was not ideal. Several months ago I got fiber and my up and down speed is 1 GIG with pings at 2ms. With this super speed I thought that VOIP would be an acceptable choice since it would save me more than 50% of my phone bill. Now that it is installed I am told that my transmitted voice is somewhat distorted and there is some sort of slight crackling in the background. I cannot live with this problem. I spoke to level one of tech support last night and he confirmed that I was indeed distorted. I have another line that utilizes the MagicJack. I phoned the tech on that line and the distortion was still present. I also switched from my headset and amp combo to a regular phone on the business phone system (Avaya Partner) and the distortion is still there. Level two is supposed to get back to me today and begin troubleshooting the problem. I was just wondering if any Expert has encountered this difficulty before? With such incredibly high isp speed the is the last thing that I had expected. If an Expert has any ideas please let me know.
Configuration wise: On the isp's router there are two phone jacks. I go from jack One directly to the KSU of my Avaya phone system. The magicjack goes to the phone system the same way. I must leave for a few hours but when I return I will hook a scope up to my transmitted and received audio and compare transmitted to received information with a dual trace scope to see if that tells me anything. Ideas?? Things to try??