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Shure, Logitech Collaborate to Create Innovative Audio Conferencing Solutions

Shure Inc. and Logitech’s collaboration will offer improved audio conferencing solutions for hybrid working environments in offices and other organizations.

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Shure Inc., the Niles, Ill.-based company, collaborated with Logitech to offer organizations innovative conferencing solutions for hybrid environments.

According to a statement, users can now bring Shure audio to Logitech’s room solutions with Shure’s Microflex Ecosystem devices.

Shure announced its Microflex Advance microphones are supported and tested for use with Logitech video collaboration devices. These include the Logitech RoomMate with Tap IP, combined with the IntelliMix P300 Conferencing Processor and Microflex MXN5-C Networked Loudspeaker.

In addition, using fully networked pro AV hardware, the MXA910 Ceiling Array and MXA310 Table Array are certified for Microsoft Teams Rooms and Zoom Rooms. Meanwhile the MXA710 Linear Array1 is approved for Microsoft Teams Rooms.

Thoroughly tested by Shure and Logitech for compatibility with the video conferencing platforms, users can select the Logitech system and Microflex Ecosystem solutions depending on requirements.

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Logitech RoomMate with Tap IP works hand-in-hand with Shure Microflex Ecosystem solutions to offer professional-grade video and audio solutions for larger rooms. Users can connect select Logitech devices with the Microflex Advance microphone range. In doing so, they can manage several features without the need for complex programming. These include adjusting meeting room audio, mute sync, LED status and volume control.

Paul Gunia, director of technology partnerships at Shure remarks, “We’re happy to have verified compatibility with Logitech’s portfolio of video collaboration devices, both PC and Android based.”

According to Gunia, Logitech users can now standardize on Shure’s Microflex Ecosystem devices in all sizes and types of meeting rooms. This leverages the range of microphone form factors that cater to many aesthetic and UX choices.

Sudeep Trivedi, head of alliances and go-to market, Logitech Video Collaboration, also acknowledges that its customers look to Logitech and Shure for delivering premium conference room experiences.

“Pairing up Shure audio with Logitech’s purpose-built room appliances, touch controllers, and cameras provides a verified, professional-quality solution for your high-value spaces,” Trivedi says.

For easier system design and installation, Shure and Logitech have collaborated on a selection of helpful documentation, including a useful quick start guide.

Access these documents and more details by visiting the Shure and Logitech technology partnership page.