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Shure ceiling microphone earns Zoom Rooms certification


Latin America. Shure's new Microflex Advance MXA920 Ceiling Microphone, along with IntelliMix Room Audio Processing Software have received Hardware Certification for Zoom Rooms when combined with the Shure Microflex MXN5W-C Network Speaker.

The Zoom Rooms Hardware Certification is a key milestone for Shure in bringing consistent, reliable sound to today's hybrid work-learning environments. To achieve Hardware Certification for Zoom Rooms, the company's products have undergone rigorous and extensive testing in laboratory environments. IT professionals and integrators can rest assured that Shure continues to deliver only the highest standards of collaboration performance. Meanwhile, users can enjoy premium audio in an easy-to-use conferencing experience.

With the recent MXA920 Ceiling Microphone Zoom Hardware Certification and IntelliMix Room Audio Processing Software, Shure has expanded its scalability to address projects with greater challenges. The flexibility of Shure's microphones and DSP for Zoom rooms offers a premium system for any large conference room or classroom on campus. The new MXA920 also features Automatic Coverage™ Technology that offers precise control of audio capture with minimal configuration, reducing installation time and costs for integrators.

Designed with state-of-the-art architecture, for better directional audio pickup and clearer, more natural speech, the MXA920 ceiling microphone is easy to use in video conferencing, making it the best choice in microphones for camera tracking, voice lift, and sound reinforcement applications.

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IntelliMix Room DSP software offers users more power in audio processing, with scalable options simply mixed within the same software for both small rooms and large, complex configurations requiring multiple microphones. IntelliMix Room reduces the amount of hardware in the meeting room, collaboration spaces, or classrooms, while providing users with extraordinary clarity and echo-free audio. The Denoiser feature suppresses common unwanted noises, such as keyboard and mouse clicks, to make users always sound their best.

Partnering and connecting with other technology leaders is critical to collaboration, as it helps ensure users can seamlessly connect with leading communication platforms. With this Zoom Hardware Certification, IT professionals and AV integrators can rely on a unified Shure audio solution that is easy to use, flexible, easy to install, and scale. Most importantly, an integrated solution allows participants to avoid distractions and focus on what really matters: effective and productive collaboration and learning.

Richard Santa, RAVT
Author: Richard Santa, RAVT
Periodista de la Universidad de Antioquia (2010), con experiencia en temas sobre tecnología y economía. Editor de las revistas TVyVideo+Radio y AVI Latinoamérica. Coordinador académico de TecnoTelevisión&Radio.

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