Designed to significantly improve the audio experience in remote conferences, the Shure IntelliMix P300 processor, in combination with the MXA910 ceiling microphone, offers significantly higher performance
The objective of Shure – a brand distributed in Italy by Prase Media Technologies – is ambitious: to significantly improve the intelligibility of audio in remote meetings, otherwise called video conferences, increasingly popular in all corporate environments around the world. On these business occasions, the worst thing that can happen is the inability of participants to clearly hear important information. Background noise and distortion in the audio can make a crucial meeting fail.
Here comes the new Shure P300 audio conference processor and the Microflex Advance MXA910 ceiling microphone. Both equipped with Shure’s IntelliMix DSP algorithms, they are designed to offer cutting-edge digital sound processing. Here are the six core elements and benefits that IntelliMix offers:
– Acoustic Echo Cancellation (AEC) removes far-end audio that leaks into the microphone, providing an echo-free conference experience;
– Noise Reduction helps to overcome challenging room acoustics;
– Automatic Mixing increases presence and reduces noise pickup and transmission;
– Automatic Gain Control (AGC) adjusts the volume on each channel;
– Compression manages sudden changes in the output signal from the automixer;
– Delay addresses the latency introduced in video systems and aligns audio and video;
– Parametric Equalization (PEQ) precisely controls sound through 4-band PEQ channels on each array microphone.
The MXA910 is the ideal companion of Shure IntelliMix P300 processor, and also includes three EQ Contour presets for quick and easy microphone tuning.
In short, Shure proposes with IntelliMix P300 a product that meets the global need for greater flexibility. The processor, in fact, is particularly simple to configure and, in combination with the Microflex Advance wireless microphones, the connectivity options range from the high end with soft codec (USB) to the rigid codecs (analog I/O) up to mobile phones (with simple 3,5mm jack). Configurations involving multiple ceiling microphones are also possible. Shure is a brand distributed in Italy by Prase Media Technologies.
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