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  Reply # 1099808 1-Aug-2014 08:34
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As it's just an ATA and it's highly unlike the mic and speaker in the analogue phone will support more than 3.5kHz using G.722 won't likely result in any difference in audio quality anyway.
 

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  Reply # 1099809 1-Aug-2014 08:34
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Ah right, missed it was an ATA. So may as well remove it from the choices then :)

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  Reply # 1099821 1-Aug-2014 09:07
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I'm also fairly sure that Snap VoIP does not support G722, or at least it didn't last time I tried.

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