It's tough to improve on the best conference room microphone but ClearOne has done it with their Beamforming Microphone Array 2! Better sound quality and functionality. Just read the full description for all the features. This version is white but also available in black.
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ClearOne and Shure have spent a lot of time and money in the past couple of years defending their place as the inventor of beamforming audio technology. In the meantime, we expect to see both sides to stand their ground and maintain they have the right to continue producing products that use the technology in ways that are unique and can coexist in the AV marketplace. ClearOne released its first beamforming microphone array audio conferencing system in , combining beamforming, AEC and adaptive steering into a single device.
ClearOne filed a patent application for its beamforming microphone array technology in June Shure is infringing on the patents with its MXA, MXA and P products, all of which were released at different times and represent separate violations of ClearOne parents, the company representative says.
Shure is using that technology without permission. ClearOne filing a countersuit in Utah the next day. The case remains pending in the U. ClearOne dropped its Utah suit and instead filed counterclaims in the Illinois case.
That matter is still pending. Patent Office in February The MXA is not mounted on a ceiling tile and instead uses its nested microphone arrays. It also does not have fixed beams. The beams can be adjusted, even while in use. In addition to defending its patents against Shure, ClearOne also sued Biamp and QSC for infringing upon its patents in , but that lawsuit was filed in the wrong court and wrong jurisdiction, says the ClearOne representative. Those cases were based in Chicago, says the representative, who claims the company still has the right to sue Biamp and QSC in their respective home states later.
Search for:. Spotlight on InfoComm Presented by:. InfoComm Goes Virtual. History of ClearOne vs. Shure on Beamforming ClearOne released its first beamforming microphone array audio conferencing system in , combining beamforming, AEC and adaptive steering into a single device. Three ClearOne patents cover the technology behind the products, the representative says.
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Beamforming Microphone Array Ceiling Tile. Its integrated features can significantly reduce system design complexity, simplify installation, streamline configuration and programming, consume less rack space, and lower cost. It also includes a built-in 2x10 Watt power amplifier to conveniently drive loudspeakers. This provides impeccable room coverage while eliminating the need to adjust individual beams. Featuring a white grille, the tile blends in to a standard ceiling and becomes nearly invisible. For hi-res images click here. About ClearOne ClearOne is a global market leader enabling conferencing, collaboration, and network streaming solutions.
Beamforming Microphone Arrays
Ultra-sleek design to deliver the clearest audio pickup available with beamforming, acoustic echo cancellation and smart switching. Beamforming Microphone Array 2 Ultra-sleek design to deliver the clearest audio pickup available with beamforming, acoustic echo cancellation and smart switching. Applications Audio Conferencing. Video Conferencing.
ClearOne Beamforming Microphone Array 2
Stock Call for Availability. ClearOne's second-generation Beamforming Mic Array is the professional-grade microphone array with beamforming and adaptive steering, ClearOne's next-generation Acoustic Echo Cancellation and Noise Cancellation. License Info. When you visit any website, it may store or retrieve information on your browser, mostly in the form of cookies. This information might be about you, your preferences or your device and is mostly used to make the site work as you expect it to.