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Training & Teaching
Engage attention. Enhance instruction.
In any size training room, increasing the impact of the instructor's voice expands the learning possibilities. When attention is valuable, intelligently amplified speech gives you more.
Shure integrated systems are designed to facilitate teaching with a deeper audio experience and innovative flexibility. Hands-free microphones. Simple operation. Powerful voice reproduction. A smarter training room starts with intelligent sound.
ULX-D® for Training & Teaching
The ULX-D Digital Wireless Microphone System is a cost-effective and easily deployed solution for clear communication in corporate and higher education teaching and training environments. Versatile microphone options provide clear, and accurate reproduction of presentation content between the lecturer, presenter or panel and attendees. Advanced encryption technology safeguards confidential content, while rechargeable battery technology provides up to 12 hours of continuous use.
Microflex® Wireless for Training and Teaching
The Microflex® Wireless networked microphones are incredibly useful for corporate and higher education teaching and training environments, from theatres to presentation and conferencing spaces. Offered in the licence-free DECT band, MXW digital technology helps future-proof facilities in crowded RF environments.
Versatile microphone options help improve the clarity of communication. Rechargeable batteries offer up to eight hours of continuous use before charging, so your meetings can continue uninterrupted.
Getting AV and IT Talking the Same Language
Video and audio conferencing has evolved rapidly in recent years, moving away from hardware towards software-based solutions. Products like Google Hangouts and Skype for Business offer cost savings and greater flexibility, but user experiences can suffer if the audio equipment isn't quite up to the job.
At the same time, many companies have invested heavily in conferencing systems, reducing the need to fly out employees for important meetings.
These developments have made networked audio …