Shure announced three new Works With Google Meet certifications for the Microflex Advance MXA920 Ceiling Array Microphone, the recently launched Microflex Advance MXA902 Integrated Conferencing Ceiling Array and the ANIUSB-MATRIX USB Audio Network Interface. Per a statement, the new certifications expand the flexibility of using Shure products with Google Meet in hybrid environments for a consistent and reliable audio performance every time.
The MXA920 incorporates Next Generation Array Architecture for improved directional audio pick-up and clear and natural speech. It’s easy to install and use, includes onboard IntelliMix DSP and provides voice lift, sound reinforcement. It also has camera-tracking capabilities for a premium videoconference experience. The MXA920 is certified for Works with Google Meet when combined with the ANIUSB-MATRIX and the Microflex MXN5W-C Networked Loudspeaker.
The MXA902, the latest addition to the Microflex Advance line, is a conferencing ceiling array microphone with integrated loudspeaker and IntelliMix DSP. Thus, it is suitable for small and medium-size meeting rooms when combined with the ANIUSB-MATRIX. As of today, Shure’s MXA920, MXA902 and ANIUSB-MATRIX are Works With Google Meet certified, the company says.
“We understand how critical it is to ensure seamless conferencing performance, which requires solid collaboration with UC platforms. By certifying both the Shure MXA920 and MXA902 for Google Meet, we support IT and AV professionals with reliable and innovative technology for enhancing the end-user experience,” says Julie Crawford, strategic alliance senior marketing manager at Shure.
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