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Poly Studio X50
Microsoft Windows 11

I want to use the Teams appliance in the Poly Studio X50 to host Teams calls, but disable the internal mic and speakers as I want to add a mic and speaker system that will cover a larger space for occasional townhall meetings.  Is this possible?

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Hello @Brent7291 ,

 

Welcome to the HP Poly community.

 

I suggest you contact a Poly Reseller to discuss options what can be done by the different Studio X or G7500 devices and also consult the release notes as this lists extra DSP's.

 

Best Regards

 

Steffen Baier

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Brent you can use the Poly Studio X50 in Device Mode, you can attach the USB to the laptop and use MIC and Speakers.  But if you want to extend additional or Speaker output for further reach for this unique scenario, the X50 leverages USB Audio, the Audio Inputs as  in documentation, are 3.5 mm, there is a headphone jack to enable speaker if you plug in 3.5mm.  Or run an audio system using 3.5mm.  Or simply convert all that into USB and just use those devices. 

Dan Petrillo
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Hi Daniel,  thanks for the feedback.  I need to connect a small DSP to the X50 via usb cable to drive the external mics and speakers.  Will this work?  I also need to disable the mic and speakers in the Poly bar.  I know this solution seems odd but I am trying to save some money by not also installing a NUC room PC.

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Hi Brent, 

 

On the X50, you will "Enable USB Audio"

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Very straight forward

 

Dan Petrillo
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