Hatch has a conference room with an executive table for 24 people. We would like to avoide cables on top of the this table. We do all our worldwide conference and videoconferencing meetings in this room. Do you have any product that we could use?
I am not an expert in this, but I was told that we can't use a wireless microphone because they use batteries and the batteries do not last more than four hours. Is this true with your system.
Our ULX or UHF-R series would be appropriate for your application. Under ideal conditions, the ULX can operate a maximum of 40 simultaneous systems; the UHF-R series can operate over 100 simultaneous systems.
Next, you need to determine which type of microphone you want. If you want a boundary microphone, look at the MX690 with the SLX4 receiver, or the MX391 can be modified to plug into a Shure bodypack transmitter. If you want a thin gooseneck microphone, look at the MX890 and the MX405/MX410/MX415 with the SLX4 receiver, or the MX412SE or MX418SE can be made to plug into a Shure bodypack transmitter.
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How do I make a wireless boundary microphone?
How do I make a wireless gooseneck microphone?
The other possibility is to place a mixer underneath the table. You can use any wired microphone plugged into the mixer and run the output of the mixer into a single wireless bodypack. The battery life of wireless microphone transmitter is 6 to 8 hours when using alkaline batteries.