How Stem Works

How Stem Works

wall

wall

Equipped with 15 microphones that perform beamforming, plus full-range speakers and subwoofers, Stem Wall ensures everybody has a voice.

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table

table

Optimized for tabletops and flat surfaces, Stem Table is equipped with nine microphones that perform real beamforming and a downward-facing speaker for optimal performance.

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ceiling

ceiling

Stem Ceiling is a 100 microphone ceiling array that comes with two mounting options (low profile or chandelier mode) and three-beam options for exceptional coverage in any meeting room.

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speaker

speaker

Stem Speaker is a PoE+ powered external speaker with three mounting options and a powerful driver for exceptional sound in any meeting room.

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Each device will connect to your local network and work together so that no spot in your room is left uncovered.

Tying Your Room Together

hub

speaker

When more than one device is used in a room, Stem Hub becomes the brains of the operation. Hub enables multiple units in the room to communicate with each other to function as an ecosystem. With USB Type B, Ethernet, Dante, VoIP connectivity, and pluggable terminal blocks, Hub has all your bases covered.

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control

control

Stem Control is a dedicated touch controller that connects to your network with a single Ethernet connection. Control allows you to access the Stem ecosystem platform to remotely manage your organization or can be used as an in-meeting controller with your favorite video conferencing platforms.

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Here's What You'll Need To Get Started

VLAN Connection

To get Stem devices on your network, you’ll need a wired connection within the same VLAN.

PoE+Enabled Network

For power and data, make sure you have a PoE+ network connection.

Bandwidth

To support conferencing, 2Mbps of bandwidth is required for each Stem device.

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