Shure says that its latest audio conferencing system can be used for conferences and meetings, and professional integrators can use wireless and wired options to set the system up.
“MIcroflex Complete does away with unproductive meetings. It combines great audio with productivity tools like support for electronic voting and polling, agenda management, speaker identification and language interpretation that support effective decision making for 20 people or 2,000 [people],” says Bill Oakley, senior product manager, Shure.
“The added convenience of wireless greatly reduces setup time in your facility or at a special off-site event. Whether wired or wireless, Microflex Complete is the smart solution for board meetings, governing bodies or educational institutions.”
Shure Microflex Offers a Range of System Options
Engineered to produce “natural, intelligible audio for both in-room participants and remote attendees,” the Shure Microflex Complete system provides integrators with a selection of portable and flush mount units to meet their clients’ needs.
Shure states the system integrates into boardrooms, parliament or council chambers and formal meeting spaces.
Helping the product line to integrate into a range of commercial spaces is its contemporary industrial design that includes an interface the enables users to vote, view agendas and control interpretation.
A color touchscreen on some Microflex Complete models delivers easy access to controls and meeting information.
Other features such as integrated NFC ID card technologies allow for identification of meeting participants, and gooseneck microphone options.
Shure also includes options such as a choice of automatic or managed microphone activation modes to help match system microphones to a particular activity.
Protecting the security of users, and the sensitive nature of information, the system incorporates Automatic Interference Detection and Avoidance to help ensure reliable audio, and AES-128 audio encryption to ensure privacy.
Wireless conferencing units are powered by smart Lithium-Ion rechargeable batteries that last up to 10 hours, and a single access point can control up to 125 wireless units.