The Philips WeCall Bluetooth Conference Speaker connects with your iPhone, iPad or Mac via Bluetooth, allowing you to conduct clear conference calls with ease. Four omni-directional microphones are able to pick up your voice from up to 16 feet away, while echo-cancellation technology ensures a clear sound.
Philips WeCall app
The free Philips WeCall app, available for download from the App Store, will store, manage and dial your conference call numbers and access codes directly from meetings in your Apple calendar, saving time and making your conference calls easier than ever.
- Picks up voices from up to 16 feet away
- Four omni-directional microphones
- Echo-cancellation technology
- Connects to your iPhone, iPad or Mac via Bluetooth
- Philips WeCall app stores contact details from your Calendar
- USB connectivity to make calls from your Mac
- Slim and light travel case to take speaker anywhere
- Listen to music via Bluetooth
Did you notice?The Philips WeCall app will store, manage and dial your conference call numbers and access codes directly from meetings in your Apple calendar.
Apple Recommends ForConducting clear conference calls with ease.
What's in the Box?
- Philips WeCall Bluetooth Conference Speaker
- Travel case
- USB cable
- Quick user manual
- Connections: USB, Bluetooth
- Batteries: AA
- Charge Time: 3.5 hours
- Height: 2.8 cm/1.1 in.
- Width: 11 cm/4.3 in.
- Weight: 182 g
- Length: 11 cm/4.3 in.
- Mfr. Part Number: AECS7000/37
- UPC or EAN No.: 609585232013
- Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple's Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.
- Warranty: One year
WeCall iPhone app helps you to manage conference call numbers and codes for easy dial-in access, saving you time searching through emails for details and ensuring your meetings run to schedule.
Now, together with your WeCall conference speaker, you can host crystal clear calls from the office or on the go with unbeatable sound quality and convenience.
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Ratings & Reviews
Tried the Rest, This is the BEST
Well, This is not as well known as others, such as Jabra etc. I found no reviews on this before buying it , but after looking at t Well, This is not as well known as others, such as Jabra etc. I found no reviews on this before buying it , but after looking at the specs I decided to give it a try. I tried many speakerphones including just using my Macbook Pro, Jabra etc The issue with all of them is, they have 1-2 Mics tops. the Philips has 4 mics!! They work excellent for someone who is required to be on many conference calls, but is naturally a quieter person (me). I tried several quicktime recordings and compared this to Jabra, and the Native Macbook Pro mics, this was the most amplified and featured the best noise cancellation, even when speaking in a very conversational tone. Also, it is tiny, about the size of an AppleTV, this was important for travel.
I also like the fact, I can switch it manually from USB to bluetooth. which means I can leave it plugged in to my Macbook Pro , but answer a call via Bluetooth on my iPhone, others do not do this. Once they are plugged in via USB, it overrides BT. I also tried a FaceTime Audio call to experience the "HD Audio", It was nothing short of fantastic, literally like someone is sitting beside you. ( but you can only expect that with HD audio) Honestly the hardest thing to get used to with this, is NOT speaking up, because you do not need to.
The ONLY downside to this device, is the price. It's pricey!. but if you're like me with 4-6 hours of meetings per day, it's totally worth it. I would rather pay $20.00 more for 8x the quality. because after trying others, it IS that much better , i compared some audio recordings in quicktime to a Jabra SPEAK, and Macbook pro native Mic. this is hands down, better audio quality, Better noise cancelling due to the multiple mics. etc. …
- Written by Zaheer K from EDMONTON
21 of 28 people found this useful
Nobody would speak to me when I used this device.
The first review must be by a PR department. The people I called all complained about the poor sound quality. It only took me 10 The first review must be by a PR department. The people I called all complained about the poor sound quality. It only took me 10 minutes to decide to return this. Nice looking paperweight though. …
- Written by Saul M from Dallas
11 of 14 people found this useful
Not worth even 1 star
Ordered this "conference speaker" with high hopes. The review posted before me was also duplicated on Amazon so I'm guessing that Ordered this "conference speaker" with high hopes. The review posted before me was also duplicated on Amazon so I'm guessing that those reviews are fake. This speaker phone is terrible. Easy set up, however as soon as you connect it sounds worse than an iPhone 5s speaker and mic. wouldn't recommend this item at all. returned it. very sad. …
- Written by Steven K from Portland
11 of 15 people found this useful
Cracking bit of kit
Call quality over USB / Skype is awesome - sounds like a Polycom conferencing speaker; quality over Bluetooth fine so far (only ca Call quality over USB / Skype is awesome - sounds like a Polycom conferencing speaker; quality over Bluetooth fine so far (only called a call centre so far so can't give a definitive opinion.
Had an issue getting the USB connection to be recognized with my rMBP, easily fixed by swapping the cable to a different port and back. …
- Written by Paddy T from SAFFRON WALDEN
3 of 3 people found this useful
Issue with iPhone 4
I have used this speaker with my Macbook/Skype and the people the other end commented on how clear the sound it. Using it over blu I have used this speaker with my Macbook/Skype and the people the other end commented on how clear the sound it. Using it over bluetooth to my iPhone 4 is a different matter as the other end cannot hear me hardly at all. Their voices come through loud an clear so I can only assume there is some problem with the microphone compatibility. …
- Written by Anthony H from Fleet
1 of 1 people found this useful
Wecall - Nice piece of work
My husband bought this for me. I work from home a lot and he knows that I don’t like conference calls. First impressions after a f My husband bought this for me. I work from home a lot and he knows that I don’t like conference calls. First impressions after a few days of using it is that I love it. It is easy to use (can connect it to my PC with a cable for skyping & to my iPhone with bluetooth for my regular calls) and the voices are louder and clearer. I had a couple of conference calls from the office with other people in the same room and it worked nice enough (wasn't expecting it to) for people to want to borrow it. The protective cover that came in the box is not so nice though - cheapish, but its functional. …
- Written by Raj A
2 of 2 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Can I use it with Skype?
- Asked by Clarence G
- Feb 4, 2014
Yes. The WeCall speaker can be used with SKYPE, I use it for this and it works great.
- Answered by Steve P from Chiddingfold
- Feb 19, 2014
Philips WeCall Bluetooth Conference Speaker
- Asked by Tor P from Houston
- Jan 12, 2014
From my experience with the product, Yes. When my battery is low, it instantly powers up via USB. Al From my experience with the product, Yes. When my battery is low, it instantly powers up via USB. Also provides a 25% notification. (2 Hours). So really it is HARD to be in a position where the battery will die.
Also , for "critical" calls, I have noticed USB provides better voice quality, so when I am in critical calls I am wired. …
- Answered by Zaheer K from Edmonton
- Jan 13, 2014
Would this speaker allow bluetooth connection with a jawbone earpiece warn by a meeting presenter in lieu of a microphone?
- Asked by Jill H from Indianapolis
- Dec 21, 2013