The Telos VSet12 phone is beautifully designed, with a friendly LCD color display that uses exclusive Status Symbols to let talent know what's going on instantly. VSet12 supports up to 12 line appearances; the info-rich display provides caller ID for each line, along with total call time, time ringing-in or on-hold time, and even screener comments from compatible screening software applications.
VSet12 gives talent unprecedented flexibility. You can map groups of lines to a single fader, making it simple to take a queue of calls to air sequentially. One-touch controls let talent step through queued calls, “busy out” incoming lines, lock calls on-air to prevent unintentional disconnection of a VIP. Telos- exclusive “Next Call” key speeds workflow for producers, screeners, and talent. A dump button can be mapped to a GPIO output to control external profanity delays. VX and VX Prime systems unlock even further functionality: : You can now spread multiple calls over a number of faders, using one for each call so that operators can control each line’s level individually. You can hard-assign individual lines to fixed faders, such as for VIP calls, Even conference callers together on the fly. A built-in address book and call history log round out VSet12’s features.
With decades of experience designing broadcast phone systems, it’s no wonder broadcasters agree that Telos makes the industry’s most powerful, intuitive system controllers, known as VSet. The VSet family includes the VSet6, a 6-line, and the VSet12, a 12-line call controller. Both VSet phones have flexible power options including PoE (Power over Ethernet) from a Telos-approved switch, Telos Alliance xSwitch, or Axia console engine, or by using an in-line power injector.