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How Wired and Wireless Conference Systems Make Meetings Easy: A Webinar

Cheryl DaProza | 14/01/2019
Discussion and conference systems offer features and scalability that conventional sound reinforcement systems can’t match. This webinar will discuss the specific hardware and software components that are required to deliver the most requested features in boardrooms, city councils, and other meeting facilities.

Ensuring Consistent Conferencing Quality Around the World

Paul Gunia | 20/12/2018
Conference rooms have evolved into multifunctional spaces where technology must work every time. Companies need tools to ensure this.

Fifty Years of Shure Conferencing

Shure Incorporated | 04/12/2018
Shure Historian Michael Pettersen explains how Shure Incorporated applied its audio expertise to become a leader in best-of-class corporate AV conferencing solutions.

Earning Customer Loyalty and Trust Through Continuing AV Education

David Klein | 02/11/2018
The new Integrated Systems Certification Program from the Shure Audio Institute offers training that gives AV professionals the tools they need to stay ahead of continuing audio technologies.

Don’t Overlobe Your Conference System

Rob Klegon | 26/10/2018
The Shure Microflex® Advance™ Ceiling Array can deploy up to eight lobes for world-class conferencing, but it's important not to overlobe your setup.

How Wireless Microphones Transform Higher Education

John Ellis | 19/10/2018
Wireless microphones can be an incredibly useful tool across all areas of higher education, from use in lectures and at external events to live performances and presentations.

Why Automatic Mixing is Crucial for Conferencing

Paul Gunia | 01/10/2018
As the importance of conferencing continues to grow, automixing technology is playing a crucial role in ensuring people can communicate effectively.

Alvik School Equips Students for Lifelong Learning

Andrew Low | 27/09/2018
Alviksskolan, located in the Swedish capital's Bromma district, is a primary school with a quite impressive concept. Around 1,100 students visit Alviksskolan, among them about 120 who are hard of hearing. These students have their lessons in dedicated, smaller classrooms with a well-thought-out room concept and high-quality. A hearing induction loop system enables better communication between students as well as the teachers.

Meetings on the move

Shure Incorporated | 10/09/2018
Microflex Complete Roadshow 2018

Conferencing Trends from InfoComm 2018

Troy Jensen | 05/07/2018
With InfoComm 2018 now firmly in the rear-view mirror, Troy Jensen takes a quick look back before at the trends he saw while attending.