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Cisco SPA514G 4-Line Gigabit VoIP Phone - SPA514G

Cisco SPA514G

Cisco SPA514G

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Cisco SPA514G 4-Line Gigabit VoIP Phone
List Price: $232.00
Price: $126.99
Product Condition: Brand New
Warranty: 1-year
Brand: Cisco
Manufacturer Part Number: SPA514G
UPC: 882658481475

Stock Status : In Stock
Availability: Ships the Same Business Day

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Description Technical Specs

Cisco SPA514G

The Cisco SPA514G phone includes four line appearances for leveraging your telephony experience. The backlit LCD and a user-friendly interface let you quickly access this phone's features. Dual gigabit-speed Ethernet ports behind the phone make sure data and voice connections stream quick and efficiently.

This Cisco SPA500 series phone is interoperable with SIP and SPCP. Also, this VoIP phone features advanced connectivity options for select headsets. Voice performance is boosted with support for wideband audio, ensuring optimal voice clarity.

Cisco SPA514G VoIP Phone Quick Specs:

  • Connectivity Type: IP/VoIP
  • Line Appearances: 4
  • Speakerphone: yes
  • Conferencing: local 3-way
  • Network Connections: 2 x 10/100/1000 Ethernet
  • PoE: yes
  • Protocol Support: SIP, SPCP
  • Display: backlit LCD, monochrome, 128x64
  • Audio: wideband
  • Aux Interfaces: 2.5mm headset jack
  • EHS Support: for select Plantronics headsets
  • QoS: yes
  • Expandable: yes

Cisco SPA514G IP Phone Package Contents:

Note: does not include AC adapter.

  • Cisco SPA514G console
  • Handset with cord
  • Stand for phone
  • Ethernet cable
  • Quick start guide

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Average Customer Review: Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review.

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 Same as the SPA504G but with Gigabit May 21, 2014
Reviewer: Harry Winston from Sayreville, NJ United States  
From what I can tell it's the same as the Cisco 504 but has gigabit. So we used these instead of the 504 so when we upgrade the cabling to Gigabit we'll be ready.

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