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.

Unobstrusive 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

P300 IntelliMix® Audio Conferencing Processor optimized for the meeting room

Stem Ecosystem for any meeting room

Introducing Stem Update 2.5
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.
Stem firmware update announcement
Stem Ceiling installation
From the shure blog
The Stem Ceiling Q&A
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 …
MXA920 microphones installed in training room
From the shure blog
How the MXA920’s Muted Coverage Areas Can Clear Up Your Audio Output
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 …
MXA920 CAD drawing
From the shure blog
Can the MXA920 Replace the MXA910 on a Bid Specification?
The MXA920W-S ceiling array mic includes all of the same features as the MXA910 that it replaces, and fits the same ceiling openings and mounting …
MXA910 vs MXA920
From the shure blog
What's the Difference Between the MXA920 and the MXA910?
The MXA920 ceiling array mic offers new features for AV conferencing, camera tracking, and voice lift. Learn how it compares to the MXA910 that it …
MXA920 ceiling array mic in conference room
From the shure blog
What's the Difference Between Automatic Coverage and Steerable Coverage?
Automatic Coverage picks up talkers in a defined area, while Steerable Coverage lets you aim pickup lobes manually. Learn which is right for your …
MXA920 in conference room
From the shure blog
How Do MXA920 Coverage Areas Work?
The MXA920 ceiling array mic uses Automatic Coverage technology to pick up sound only in areas you want. You can customize coverage to suit your …