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Is the Yealink MeetingBar A30 Microsoft Teams Kit Compatible with Zoom and Other Hosted Video Conferencing Platforms?

Yealink MeetingBar A30 is sold in a few different bundles. The main difference between the bundles is native integration with either Teams or Zoom. But what if you want to use A30 with other video conferencing services?

Yealink MeetingBar A30 Microsoft Teams Kit is built to work with Microsoft Teams straight out of the box. However, Yealink knows that people often need to use their video conferencing device with more than one video conferencing platform.

That’s why they developed the Yealink VCH51, an accessory that can turn A30 into a plug-and-play USB audio and video peripheral that can be connected to a computer running another video conferencing service.

Yealink MeetingBar A30

Using Yealink VCH51 with Yealink MeetingBar A30 Teams Edition

To use MeetingBar A30 Teams Edition with other video conferencing platforms, you’ll need VCH51 and a computer to connect to the other video conferencing service you want to use the A30 with.

VCH51 leverages the MeetingBar A30’s cameras and mics so you can use it with other video services. It essentially turns A30 plus VCH51 into a plug-and-play video bar that connects to your computer through HDMI or USB-C.

Yealink provides this solution for businesses and people that may use more than one conferencing platform. It’s a complete BYOD video conferencing solution.

Yealink VCH51

Using Yealink VCH51 with Yealink MeetingBar A30 Zoom Edition

So now you’re probably wondering if you get the Yealink MeetingBar A30 Zoom Rooms Kit, will it work with Microsoft Teams and other platforms?

The answer is also yes.

MeetingBar A30 Zoom Edition paired with the Yealink VCH51 accessory turns A30-Zoom into a USB peripheral that can connect to most computers. You can then use A30 with whatever video conferencing platform your computer runs.

Even better, VCH51 works with the different Yealink MeetingBar A20 models in the exact same way. Bring Your Own Device, that’s all there is to it.

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