This is the be-all and end-all for phone transmitters. I use these in all the phones I work on, and the transmission quality and volume is loud and crystal clear. I can use early telephone equipment daily, and no one on the other end is the wiser, nor are they subject to any audio that could ever be guessed to not be from finest quality modern phone, when these transmitters are installed in vintage equipment.
Advantages: Easy installation, drop in for most modern equipment, otherwise very minor and reversible adaptation can be made to accommodate these into whatever you may be installing them in.
Disadvantages: In some situations these can be a little finicky, this is limited usually to very early telephone equipment (turn of the century or the oughts/teens) But with a little effort, I haven't found anything they won't install in.
*****Thanks for your positive and honest feedback. We do appreciate your professional demeanor. Please note transmitter compatibility will certainly vary by equipment and application. Perhaps try our 1583 Carbon Xmits or OZ-01 xmits for your older equipment. Let us know if we can be of any further assistance.
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Jan 12, 2021
Works great as a replacement for any T1 or F1 transmitter element. Replaced the carbon element in a WE 50AL candlestick and it sounds amazing.
**Thanks Todd for taking the time to give us a great review and your business support****
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It certainly doesn't have a Touch Tone keypad at all, it is a loop-disconnect decadic dialler, which would be more suitably updated if it had been done with a Touch Tone keypad with full MF dialing. As it stands the keypad makes it about as useful as the original :)
Aesthetically good without the plinth
Sadly just an ornament without the proper MF keypad, a surprising oversight that makes the Paramount version more attractive