When it comes to interactive audio in classrooms, it is important to capture intelligible sound. Simply sticking a mic on a table to cover a wide area or using a device’s built-in microphone tends to make voices sound as if people are speaking through tin cans in hollow rooms.
A properly installed ceiling microphone solution, like the Audix M45 miniaturized shotgun condenser mic, allows you to cover 150 square feet with each mic and offers the ability to aim toward your sound source. It provides high-quality vocal intelligibility and immunity from RF interference.
Many of these types of ceiling microphones are easy to install, can be used in Dante networks and come in a variety of pickup patterns to suit classrooms, conference rooms and other space layouts.
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