Public organizations face big challenges that require modern conferencing equipment. Shure audio enables more productive environments for major discussions.
The centerpiece of effective communication.
Governmental, non-governmental, and public organizations need audio systems that add structure to support effective decision-making. Unique meeting environments and multiple languages demand advanced conference systems.
Shure offers integrated systems that provide optimized speech intelligibility as well as voting and interpretation functionality. Effective communication equals efficient meetings.
Can the MXA920 Replace the MXA910 on a Bid Specification?
The MXA920W-S ceiling array mic includes all of the same features as the MXA910 that it replaces, and fits the same ceiling openings and mounting accessories.
What's the Difference Between Automatic Coverage and Steerable Coverage?
Automatic Coverage picks up talkers in a defined area, while Steerable Coverage lets you aim pickup lobes manually. Learn which is right for your …
How Do MXA920 Coverage Areas Work?
The MXA920 ceiling array mic uses Automatic Coverage technology to pick up sound only in areas you want. You can customize coverage to suit your …
MX415DUAL/C Provides Redundant Audio for VIPs
When the presenter is a VIP, it feels natural to want two mics on the lectern. Learn how to get the benefits of dual microphones and avoid the …
Upgrade your old wireless system with the Shure Trade-Up Program
Shure launches Trade-Up Program in Western Europe for trading old wireless systems with new Digital Wireless Systems or Networked Array Microphones.
The Challenges Of AV In Council Spaces
Learn how audio systems can play a role in improving and supporting sound in council spaces.
Tackling the Government Sector: The Challenges and Solutions
What sets the government sector apart when it comes to AV installations is the huge variety of spaces and their functions. This can prove something …