The boardroom is at the hub of momentous business decisions. Shure conference microphones enable natural communication where it counts.

Bring clear communication to the table.

In the boardroom, every word is important. When major business decisions are being discussed, it’s critical that everyone can be heard.

Shure delivers conference microphones and perfectly paired tech solutions that allow you to have natural communication as if you were in the same room. With speech reinforcement options to empower your voice, we have the technology best suited for momentous meetings.

Microflex® Advance™ Ceiling Array Microphone (MXA910) for the boardroom

Microflex® Wireless for the boardroom

Microflex® Advance™ Table Array Microphone (MXA310) for the boardroom

ULXD-GV Wireless System With Always-On Encryption Provides Enhanced Security for Government, Military, and Corporate Users
The ULXD-GV digital wireless system with always-on AES-256 encryption provides enhanced audio security for meetings -- ideal for security-conscious users.
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