At the UCX Expo, held in London on October 3-4, Yamaha showcased a wide range of innovative professional audio solutions, spanning from input to output. This encompassed microphones, processors, amplifiers, and speakers. Additionally, in collaboration with Exertis, they didn’t overlook Unified Communication.
Yamaha’s booth at the UCX Expo, a significant independent technology event in the UK featuring world-leading brands, was undeniably one of the most captivating and lively exhibits at the show. The focal point was the world of professional audio in its corporate applications for conferences and collaboration. This included speakerphones, all-in-one audio/video systems, microphones, video conferencing processors with DSP capabilities to optimize audio in any environment, and even soundbars.
When you hear the terms “Yamaha” and “Unified Communication,” you immediately think of the ADECIA solution, characterized by a ceiling microphone array RM-CG and the conference processor RM-CR.
During the event, to better present all the innovations in the world of Unified Communication, Yamaha collaborated with the Italian team of Yamaha Professional Audio in partnership with Exertis and Lumens to organize a visit to the UC Expo in London to discover the most exciting updates.
And, of course, the fun element was not lacking (which is always a bonus!). At the Yamaha booth, visitors had the opportunity to showcase their drumming skills with an instrument provided by the company, competing for the chance to win Yamaha wireless earbuds.
In summary, it was an exceptional event in which Yamaha represented one of the pinnacles of excellence because, more and more often, audio quality translates to the quality of collaboration.
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