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Shure highlighting end-to-end conferencing audio system in Hong Kong

Shure is showcasing the latest audio conferencing technologies in the company’s experience centre in Hong Kong, enabling systems integrators and AV professionals the opportunity to view examples of how to design an end-to-end conferencing audio ecosystem, from small rooms to large spaces.

The Shure audio conference ecosystem is suitable for audio system architectures in all room types and ensures end-users will experience a high-quality, more unifying AV conference experience across an enterprise – regardless of where they are located.

Using the expanded range of Microflex Advance products – with complementary software for design, management and control – systems integrators are given more possibilities to deploy Shure’s premium audio capabilities into various types of meeting and collaboration environments.

These products are all designed to work seamlessly with each other, and provide conference rooms with a fast and efficient means to deploy premium audio, with IntelliMix audio signal processing in either device-based or software formats.

Shure’s conferencing audio ecosystem comprises:

  • Microphones: Ceiling array microphones, table array microphones, and linear array microphones 
  • Loudspeaker: Networked ceiling loudspeaker 
  • DSP: Audio conferencing processor, and audio processing software 
  • Software: System configuration software, and remote management software 
  • Accessories: Network mute button, and audio network interfaces

With the introduction of the Microflex MXN5-C networked loudspeaker, along with products like the new MXA710, MXA310, MXA910, networked mute button, Designer, SystemOn, P300, and IntelliMix Room, Shure can provide a complete audio signal chain, from input to output.

“Shure’s portfolio now includes the complete audio signal chain from microphone to DSP to loudspeaker, providing audio solutions for environments of all types with unmatched ease of deployment, less complexity, and remote management,” said Chad Wiggins, senior director, Networked Systems at Shure.

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