voip pstn adapter low noise perpetual power ,tm, after sale

Discussion in 'VOIP' started by Marc Popek, Dec 26, 2006.

  1. Marc Popek

    Marc Popek Guest

    Need to bridge a voip port and a pstn port to sngle handset or single
    line equipment?

    use the original combine-a line! Surge protected and automatially joined
    with no batteires nor wall art per supplies. best audio quality sine the
    power line noicse is non-existant,



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    excerpted""

    Description


    COMBINE-A-LINE …… IMAGINE

    ….1=2


    Ever wish you could use your favorite single-line telephone, answering
    machine, or PC Modem on TWO phone lines?…. Automatically?

    OR

    How about joining your VOIP port and the plain old (PSTN) telephone
    jack into a single handset?

    OR

    How about joining TWO VOIP ports into a single handset, answering
    machine, or PC Modem?

    USE a CLT to join a card card acceptor and your single line telephone as
    well!

    OR

    see if anybody picks-up, on another line trunk, after you are already
    in a call??? A visual real-time security feedback feature!

    THEN...........................................

    Combine-A-Line (CLT) allows two separate calls from two different lines
    to be directed to your single line telephone equipment or PC.
    Centralizing and PROTECTING (SURGE PROTECTION INSIDE) your communication
    equipment for your home office or for the family.

    Combine-A-Line supports all services from your telephone company . It
    also has two line surge protectors to make sure that you are Protecting
    your equipment and bi-color LEDS to indicate line tampering.

    Use combine-a-line to automatically switch between

    VOIP and pots (rboc) plain local line, hands free!

    Turn your single line wireless telephone... into a TWO line wireless
    telephone suite

    Ever see a two line dial up modem? Now you can use a CLT to join two
    pstn line to your computer modem, creating a central telephone system on
    a regular desktop computer.

    SECURITY of your calls are enhanced because the CLT displays if anybody
    picks -up the line after you are in a call! So, it has security features
    just in case someone is wire tapping or listens in after you are in a
    call. The Bi-color LED display will indicate any disruption to the line.

    Easy to use, No batteries nor power supply ...these wall powered units
    makes more noise and cost decades of dollars in electrical energy use
    each year!, and no programming needed!

    Our re-sellers have reported that ..."elimination of the noisy and
    cumbersome power supply wires, "reduces the Hum & Noise one hears then
    when connected to household power supplies",

    Saves Wasted Energy from wall- wart transformer power supplies: saving
    energy $$$ all year long" no cost to operate, saves you money in your
    utility bill", Energy Council Amercias

    Extra dedicated rj-11 jacks. Universal I/O . More connections with four
    rj-11 jacks total, all surge protected.

    Automate and organize your telecommunications equipment and desktop
    wires with Combine-A-Line.


    USE BUY NOW and win fast

    Buy NOw and get 2 combine-a-lines and get FREE SHIPPING OPTION

    WOW FREE SHIPPING

    ""

    hoho ho

    Marco
    Marc Popek, Dec 26, 2006
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