Does an "echo" call testing mechanism exist for POTS landline voice phone calls?

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In Skype there is an 'echo call testing service'.

I want to check a set of POTS telephones and telephone microphone
headsets.

Of course, I can call a friend and ask "how does this sound?" for all the
permutations and combinations - but, having used the convenient Skype
service, this question is whether a similar land-line POTS call-testing
service exists for dialed phone numbers?

Q: Does a POTS "echo" call testing service even exist?

Re: Does an "echo" call testing mechanism exist for POTS landline voice phone calls?
On Mon, 27 Aug 2012 17:31:59 +0000 (UTC), Bashar Nazandra

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I call my answering machine, leave a test message, and then call back
to play back the message.  Same with VoIP voicemail.  I also have some
"permanent" voicemail messages with test tones, pink noise, and
frequency sweeps.  It took a while to get the levels in the ballpark,
but it works well enough for my purposes.


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Re: Does an "echo" call testing mechanism exist for POTS landline voice phone calls?
On Mon, 27 Aug 2012 11:31:46 -0700, Jeff Liebermann wrote:

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Wow. That's unique! It's a good idea given that, so far, I can't find a
VOIP/POTS audio call testing service.

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