Remarks: On Wednesday, April 25th, 2012, NS ran a OCS 952 south on the Marion Branch and onto the Frankfort District to reach Muncie.
The first clip shows the OCS topping the Hill at Wabash at MP-62 on the Marion Branch.
The 2nd clip shows the OCS rolling through an S curve just south of Fairmount.
The third clip shows 952 running eastbound on the Frankfort District past Gilman Siding bound for their destination at Muncie at MP-87.
The 4th and last clip shows the 952 arriving their destination at East Yard crossing the White River at Bath.
How often do passenger car trains come down through marion-jonesboro area? They would be awsome to see!! Great catch!
Posted by Dmitriy on June 21, 2012
Hi Kevin,Thanks for response.here are anwsers to your q-s:* Are these users the only one have the problem and have you tested it to see if you can recreate it? So far it's only 2 users, and I can recreate issue on every call. even if it clicking stops during pause/silence on the line one loud word will trigger clicking to resume.* Are these users the only ones with the 540-M? No all users in the company use Plantronics P540-M. Replacing the phone did not make any difference.* Do these users have the same problem if they use a non-usb phone or headset? not sure about question, all business users have Plantronics P540-M, there is no other option for OCS phone users. If you ask about other end devices, I use CX700 and Snom 870 and did not have any quality issues and clicking specifically.I do think it's PC HW related issue, since those users have supercharged PC's comparing to the rest of users (8-core, 8-12Gb). I will check on USB drivers forthose PC's
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