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

Cheryl DaProza | January 14, 2019

Handling audio for everyday events where a handful of presenters talk to an audience is pretty straightforward. But what do you do when every attendee needs to speak from their seat and must have their own mic? And what if it’s a city council meeting where people need to vote or view an agenda? Microphone control, audio routing, and loudspeaker placement suddenly become a real headache that can get even bigger if the meeting takes place in a noisy or reverberant room.

In situations where a conventional sound system just won’t cut it, wired and wireless conference systems can deliver great audio and efficient setup. But these systems don’t just reinforce sound: they can also provide meeting management capabilities like attendance verification, electronic voting, interpretation, and more. Join us to learn all about how conference systems – wired and wireless – can make meetings in challenging situations not only possible but efficient and productive.

How Wired and Wireless Conference Systems Make Meetings Easy

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. Join Chris Lyons from Shure to learn how wired and wireless conference systems deliver sound quality, flexibility, and convenience in regular or one-time meetings of all sizes.

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

 

Cheryl DaProza

Cheryl is a Media Relations Specialist at Shure with previous experience in the customer service department. She is also a professional singer involved in several tribute, cover, and original bands in the Chicago metro area. In what little spare time she has between work and music, she can be found reading or hanging out with her parrot. Cheryl's favorite mic is the KSM8 and her Twitter handle is @TheUnsungDiva.