Biamp Systems and Shure, well known brands marketed by Prase Media Technologies, announced the renewed compatibility between their systems Tesira and Microflex
Biamp and Shure, namely: networked media systems and wireless microphones, two “worlds” of course in contact and communicating. It was not so obvious, however, the news of the renewed compatibility between Biamp Tesira audio processors and Shure Microflex Advance software. The release of new Tesira’s software and hardware platforms at ISE in February 2017 it will offer the interaction with the new Shure MXA910 Dante-enabled ceiling microphones, with the ability to control the level of the signals due to Tesira software.
One more chance for installers, therefore, to provide flexible and fully digital solutions, able to respond to customer needs and at the same time reducing installation and configuration times.
Graeme Harrison, vice president of marketing for Biamp Systems, has so sanctioned the renewed union: “We are pleased to be joining a leading industry like Shure in an effort to optimize the integration of our products. Both companies hold to customer opinions and use them to improve its products. Add specific blocks for Shure microphones to the revolutionary Tesira software was the way forward: this will allow installers to incorporate the reliability of Shure microphones to Tesira power.”
Replies Chad Wiggins, director of network systems for Shure: “The interactions between the MXA910 ceiling microphone system with Tesira processors make life easier for installers, with its cutting-edge specifications for voice capture and adjustable coverage.”
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