Meeting Room

Meeting Room

The best designed meeting rooms use innovative microphone installs to encourage productive conversation. Shure conferencing pushes the conversation further.

Empower your team with better conference sound.

Meeting rooms are where innovation is born and momentum is harnessed. With all the power these conversations can have, it only makes sense to reinforce them with innovative microphones.

Discreet installation. Plug and play setup. Intelligent control. Shure conferencing audio is the sound solution you'll want to bring to the table.

Microflex® Advance™ for the meeting room

Microflex® Wireless for the meeting room

IntelliMix® P300 Audio Conferencing Processor optimised for the meeting room

Happy Birthday to the MXA910
Craig Collin reflects on how the MXA910 ceiling array microphone has become a defining product for Shure and the AV industry.
MXA910 microphone in conference room
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In our next webinar, we will provide an overview of techniques and best practices for a voice lift system. We'll cover microphone selection and …
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Good architecture should provide both style and substance. But when form doesn’t follow function in the conference room, audio quality suffers.