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Antennas are the most overlooked part of a wireless microphone system, but improper antenna configuration can result in 80% of the signal being lost.
Receiver features can speed setup and reduce the likelihood of signal dropouts.
Wireless microphone transmitters serve many uses, and rechargeable battery options can save money and reduce environmental impact.
Choosing the right frequency for your wireless microphone system lets you operate without interference from local TV stations or other wireless systems.
With a unique opportunity to build a learning environment from the ground up, based on the direction the AV industry is heading, learn how Joe Way, Director, USC Learning Environments, utilized IT- and software-based technologies for content delivery.
Shure has been a proud AVIXA Education Sponsor for some time now, and we work closely together to help build the level of knowledge within the AV industry. Learn more about this training.
With the latest Shure Designer 4.2 you now have the ability to create a complete end-to-end audio solution for conference rooms that improves the overall usability, scalability, quality and stability.
AV systems must work together to deliver the productivity that businesses & colleges need. Learn more about how Shure partners to help provide this capability.
With AV conferencing everywhere, the pressure is on to find solutions that are quick and easy to manage. Software can help you achieve these goals.
While a mic converts sound into an electrical signal, a loudspeaker converts signal back to sound. Learn why this is an essential part of the audio ecosystem.