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We are excited to announce that an additional three firmware updates have been released that have greatly improved the customer experience while operating the Stem Ecosystem!
It’s once again time for your monthly progress meeting with the department director, and you’re nervous – today’s meeting will likely be the last chance to request the resources you need to overcome a big snag in your team’s project. The project manager shot the idea down in their rush to reassure management that everything is running smoothly, and you’re sitting far enough away from the room’s microphone for it not to make a difference...
Learn why IntelliMix Room version 4.0 is the fastest way to unleash the power of software-based audio DSP to the Microflex Advance Ecosystem
In years past, the limitations of available technology gave you little choice in what kinds of devices could be used during conference calls. Users were usually stuck huddling around a single speakerphone, their conversations consistently disrupted by poorly optimized audio. With recent advances, the selection of available devices has expanded quite a bit, revolutionizing telecommunications by giving users access to conference audio devices that can be mounted on their tables, walls, and even ceilings.
Camera control systems enhance videoconference engagement if they know where to aim the camera. Learn how the MXA920 enables accurate camera control.
Luis Guerra, associate director, global product management at Shure discusses the continued development of the Stem Ecosystem Solutions and its place among the Shure portfolio of products
We are excited to announce that starting Wednesday, September 28th and over the following weeks, Shure will release a brand new firmware update, version 2.5, for the Stem Ecosystem.
Ceiling's unique design has people all over the world talking, so to clear up any Ceiling-centered confusion, we’ve gathered up the most commonly asked questions to provide a helpful FAQ on what your new tech can and can’t be used for.
Creating a DIY conference room isn’t as easy as buying a microphone and some speakers and plopping them willy-nilly onto the conference room table and calling it a day. There’s a reason it takes weeks for professional AV teams to create fully integrated conference rooms – each room is different, and the materials, size, and layout can significantly affect sound quality during a call.
Meetings plagued by door slams and side conversations? The MXA920 can keep unwanted sounds out of your audio mix. Find out how to erase audio distractions.