Situation #1: A microphone that is activated by the chair does not actually turn on correctly.
Situation #2: You hear static when a specific microphone is activated by the chair.
Situation #3: An activated microphone “cuts” in and out while someone is speaking into it.
Situation #4: You hear a squeal when a microphone is activated.
Situation #5: You cannot hear a person who is speaking into an activated microphone.
Situation #6: No requests to speak or Cancel RTS from members are displaying on the chair’s PC.
While the two programs are disconnected, RTS Pro may still be used to activate/deactivate mics, and RollCall Pro will continue to receive and display requests to speak. When the two programs are reconnected, the RollCall Pro display will be updated with any microphone activations the chair has performed while the programs were disconnected, and the RTS Pro display will be updated with any RTS activity that occurred during the disconnect period.