Watch: An Easily-Networkable Conference Room Audio Ecosystem from Stem Audio

Stem Audio’s array of five huddle and conference room audio solutions are all powered over ethernet and are “flexible in any space.”

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Step inside the Stem Audio InfoComm 2019 booth to view a palette of five networkable conference room audio solutions.

“In order to create a complete solution, we determined it must align with these six principles: Intuitive, Controllable, Reliable, Simple, Scalable, and Flexible. The Stem ecosystem is something we believe delivers that complete solution,” said Jacob Marash, Chief Executive Officer of Stem Audio.

Watch Jacob of Stem Audio explain each of the five networkable conference room audio solutions in the video above.

Here’s an outline of what Stem Audio offers:

Stem Wall

A wall mountable video conference microphone and speaker combo for any conference room. Features include:

  • built-in mount for a Huddly IQ camera
  • PoE
  • 15-mic array with beamforming technology and full-range speakers/subwoofers

Stem Ceiling

A conference room audio product for huddle- and standard-sized spaces’ ceilings with two mounting options. Features include:

  • flush mount or chandelier mounting options
  • 100 microphones and three array options
  • PoE

Stem Table

A conference room speakerphone with 9 beamforming microphones and a speaker. Features include:

  • 9 built-in beamforming mics and a downward-facing speaker matrix
  • PoE

Stem Control

A control solution for huddle rooms, conference rooms, and classrooms that’s compatible with all major video conferencing platforms like Zoom Room, Microsoft Teams, Google Meet, and more.

Stem Hub

A DSP with PoE, USB, terminal block, and Dante. Handles multiple devices, small in size, and mounts directly on the wall.

“After hundreds of conversations and thousands of questions answered, Stem identified six pains common to almost every individual we met with. Everyone feels that designing rooms is still a massive challenge and installations are way too complicated,” says Jonathan Boaz, Vice President of Sales.

“We also found that objectively testing audio performance after an installation is nonexistent and one-size-fits-all solutions are rarely what they claim to be.”