phoenix audio spider

Phoenix Audio MT502 Spider USB and Analog Telephone


  • Supports Audio & Video Conferencing
  • 4 Microphone Beamforming Array
  • Full Duplex
  • USB & PSTN Bridging
  • LED Lit Control Buttons
  • Daisy Chainable up to 14 Units
  • Windows, Mac & Linux Compatible

Product Description

Phoenix Audio Spider

The MT502 Spider USB and Analog Telephone from Phoenix Audio is a analog conference phone that provides USB and PSTN bridging for both audio and video conferencing applications in boardrooms, conference rooms, and executive offices. It features a 4 microphone beamforming array that helps provide full duplex communication, while its integrated DSP offers echo cancellation, noise reduction, and de-reverb functionality, in addition to providing automatic gain control. The MT502 is can make both analog and VoIP calls.

Up to 14 MT502 Spider units can be daisy chained to accommodate large rooms. It is Windows, Mac, and Linux compatible.

    PSTN telephony & USB soft codec connectivity to address both video conferencing and audio conference meetings. The Spider also support a three-way call bridge between both interfaces to provide maximum flexibility
    Daisy chaining capabilities to up to 14 slave units to cover any size conference room
    The user interface is incorporated through LED lights discreetly placed throughout the unit. The Spider comes to life when it is in action and displays only the needed functions depending on the specific scenario
    Four microphone beamforming array
    Full duplex communication
    Automatic gain control
    Bridging between USB and PSTN
    Echo cancelling
    LED lit control buttons
    Noise reduction
    Supports PoE ( Power over Ethernet)
    Dual audio/video platforms
    DSP-based algorithms
    Daisy chainable
    Directional LED lighting
    Recording utility for Windows computers

Weight 12 lbs
Dimensions 18 x 8 x 12 in


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FAQs for Phoenix Audio MT502 Spider USB and Analog Telephone

Q: Image width appears to be compressed (distorted aspect ratio) on the HaddleCam HD 18x demo video. Is this typical of this unit?
— Asked by Gerry King on May 1, 2014
A: The intro video was recorded in 1080p and the USB connection was recorded in 720p using Zoom.US. The camera is definitely capable of 1080p 60fps.
— paul0017

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