Dolby Conference Phone (Dolby Voice) vs. Logitech MeetUp

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
Dolby Conference Phone (Dolby Voice)
Score 10.0 out of 10
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Dolby presents the Dolby Voice product line of consisting as software as well as conference phones and video conferencing equipment, able to produce an immersive, natural conferencing experience. It is available in various kits, such as the Dolby Voice Room kit, as well as Dolby Voice Pro (for boardrooms), and Dolby Voice Huddle.N/A
Logitech MeetUp
Score 9.6 out of 10
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Logitech offers MeetUp, a video conference camera system for smaller huddle rooms.N/A
Pricing
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Free Trial
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Free/Freemium Version
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Premium Consulting/Integration Services
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Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
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User Ratings
Dolby Conference Phone (Dolby Voice)Logitech MeetUp
Likelihood to Recommend
10.0
(1 ratings)
9.3
(3 ratings)
Likelihood to Renew
10.0
(1 ratings)
-
(0 ratings)
Usability
10.0
(1 ratings)
-
(0 ratings)
Support Rating
10.0
(1 ratings)
-
(0 ratings)
Implementation Rating
9.0
(1 ratings)
-
(0 ratings)
User Testimonials
Dolby Conference Phone (Dolby Voice)Logitech MeetUp
Likelihood to Recommend
Dolby
Implementing these units within our business reduced the number of support requests to our internal IT support desk. This was simply because these units are so simple to use. The user books a video conference meeting within Outlook and includes the meeting room they wish to hold the video conference in. Within five minutes, their meeting is recognized on the Dolby Conference Phone (Dolby Voice). Their meeting is also shown on the TV screen within the meeting room so that other people can see who will be using the room. On entering the room, the user simply touches the Join button next to their meeting on the Dolby Conference Phone (Dolby Voice), normally in the middle of the table, and within a few seconds, the meeting room has joined the video conference meeting.
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Logitech
Smaller conference rooms with room for about 4-6 people seems to be a sweet spot for [Logitech Meetup]. They also work well in smaller rooms where people need to move around and might use a whiteboard or something similar. Once you have a longer room or anything outside of what Logitech recommends, it still works, but the quality quickly drops and you're much better off with adding the microphones or opting for one of the other systems designed for bigger rooms.
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Pros
Dolby
  • One-touch easy-to-join meeting
  • Supports two TV screens
  • Supports laptop screens on two TV screens without joining a video conference
  • Reduces mess of cables In the room
  • Dolby audio sound quality
  • Speaker and microphone within the same unit on the table
  • Supports wide range of cameras, including their own cameras
  • Easy to clean
  • Robust
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Logitech
  • Adjustable camera: Can point straight to the talker.
  • Effective mic array: Can pick up voices really well.
  • Compact and convenience package including speaker, mic and camera.
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Cons
Dolby
  • Support of three TV screens would be nice In some rooms
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Logitech
  • Pricing is a bit high
  • Setup could be a bit easier but that is more an issue with Microsoft than Logitech
  • Would be nice if Logitech added a keyboard and mouse when selling the bundle
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Likelihood to Renew
Dolby
This rating is given because it is simple for us--a no-brainer to replace these units with a new Dolby video conferencing device. The fact that these units make the room neater and make it very easy for a user to onboard and use, just makes it a must-have item. The Linux version of these units is also easier to use with a little software patching required. For us, we can also use the Microsoft Teams gateway.
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Logitech
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Usability
Dolby
That this unit is so easy for users to use. To join a meeting is a simple one-touch join. If they have not added the meeting room to their invite, then entering the meeting ID into the unit via the touch screen on the flying saucer is very easy. The mute button is on the top of the unit and shows a red LED circle when on mute.
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Logitech
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Support Rating
Dolby
When we have asked the question to either BlueJeans or Dolby, we have been given the answer quickly. To be honest, the number of times that we have had to go to support on these units has been very low--maybe once a quarter.
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Logitech
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Implementation Rating
Dolby
We did not have any key issues during the implementation. The units are very easy to configure for BlueJeans. When you first turn on the unit, you select the video conferencing platform that you are using. The wizard will then request various information (e.g., IP address, network) and then look for software updates. Once completed, the unit can be installed in the meeting room. The unit will run off a PoE network lead, so one lead to the unit.
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Logitech
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Alternatives Considered
Dolby
The biggest issue with others that we find is that no one has a simple one-touch method for users to join a video conference meeting. With most others, we found you either have to find your meeting or manually enter your meeting. With Dolby Conference Phone (Dolby Voice), you are straight into the room--one touch and in the meeting.
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Logitech
While the other cameras offer similar solutions, we found for the price to features, the meetup met our needs the best. With the trio, we had issues with Poly's software which the meetup gets around by being able to plug directly into a PC. The panacast, while it worked very well, we would have still needed to pair it with the rest of the equipment for a full experience. With the meetup, we have only needed the meetup, the PC, and an iPad as a controller.
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Return on Investment
Dolby
  • 95% reduction in IT support desk requests for help with the equipment
  • High-quality microphone and speaker
  • Robust, smart, clean looking.
  • Supports two TVs
  • Supports a number of cameras
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Logitech
  • Complete package including speakers, mic and camera.
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