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Audio Conferencing

White Paper: Selecting the right conference phone for different room environments

Today, voice conferencing is as ubiquitous as the traditional phone conversation. You’ve probably used a conference phone at work really recently maybe even today or yesterday. In fact, voice conferencing is vital for today’s businesses. Contemporary, twenty-first century businesses rely on conference call in boardrooms, meeting rooms, and even from our desktops! This white paper...
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Definitions and Types of Microphones

As you may know, a microphone is an instrument for converting sound waves into electrical energy variations which may then be amplified, transmitted, or recorded. In other words, microphones are transducers that can convert one type of energy into another. A microphone converts acoustic energy into electrical energy. In most AV installations, choosing the right...
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Digital Signal Processors (DSPs) in Conference Rooms

Digital Signal Processors (DSPs) are an option that AV integrators can avail of when setting up an installed audio system, such as a conference room, an auditorium, or a boardroom. However, most clients may have many questions when it comes to DSPs. What are DSPs? What do DSPs do? How are they different from Analog...
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Crystal clear conversation for your conference room

Imagine you are in a conference call and you are not able to hear the other person’s voice clearly. Or then, you might hear a cracking noise, echo, static or poor sound quality. You check the connections, clear the receiver, restart the system, you do every possible thing to hear clearly, but you are not...
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White Paper: Dispelling the 7 most common myths about video conferencing

Video conferencing is fast becoming a popular and practically ubiquitous option for businesses of all sizes and in all domains. However, there are still some myths that persist about video conferencing. This white paper by Lifesize helps dispel 7 of the most commonly held myths about video conferencing. These myths are… 1) Video conferencing is...
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Crestron Saros ICE6LPT In-ceiling speaker

Hear clearly even with constricted ceiling spaces

If you are the owner of a restaurant and want the clear sound of background music you need a speaker system that is powerful yet unobtrusive and can fit easily in constricted spaces. This is where Crestron’s Saros ICE6LPT In-ceiling speaker enters the picture. This product is a 2-way in-ceiling speaker featuring a 6-1/2 inch...
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Control your audio conference through your mobile

When you run an audio conference in your conference room or council chamber that is equipped with  Tesira, you can control your conference through your mobile. This means that you can access and control your conference even when you are on the move. You can do this using Biamp’s mobile control software, called Oreno. This...
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Seamless, high-quality sound in large spaces

You must have attended a video conference where the mic made a humming noise, even as your colleague was speaking. Or maybe the auditorium you were in experienced a lot of noise during the presenter’s speech. If so, you have experienced something quite common. All of this noise is due to the absence of a...
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Using a Digital Signal Processor to provide high-quality audio

If you want high-clarity audio during your meeting or presentation, or a seamless audio experience during your press conference, install Coretis, a Digital Signal Processor (DSP), in your meeting room, boardroom, or multipurpose room, and enjoy perfect sound. A DSP is especially useful in a classroom for teaching and learning. Coretis from beyerdynamic processes audio...
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Crystal-clear audio for your presentation

Everyone is aware that videos are a popular way to entertain ourselves, and one of the easiest ways to make a video live and interesting is to have great audio. Microphones play a major role, as it is these mics that have the biggest effect on the quality of the recordings. Beyerdynamic has introduced the...
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