At this year’s InfoComm China, held at the China National Convention Center in Beijing, Shure showcased an extended product portfolio, demonstrating technological breakthroughs and professional audio solutions for AV conferencing applications. In addition to the hands-on product displays, a dedicated meeting room for demonstration purposes provided visitors with a better understanding of the products’ superior performance in a real-life environment.
With the extension of the Integrated Systems product portfolio, Shure continues to deliver on key advantages such as technological innovation, ease of use, system integration and enhanced management capabilities. The IntelliMix™ P300 Audio Conferencing Processor, a new digital signal processor created specifically for AV conferencing applications with Microflex™ Advance™ array microphones, utilizes proprietary DSP algorithms to significantly enhance the audio quality in audio- and videoconferences, while offering a variety of connectivity options to accommodate different conference system solutions.
Targeting the strong demand for easy-to-use wireless microphone systems for corporate applications, Shure also introduced an extension to the renowned ULX-D™ Digital Wireless System, with the new ULXD6 Boundary Transmitter and ULXD8 Gooseneck Base Transmitters. Offering crystal clear digital audio paired with unmatched signal stability, smart rechargeability, and secure encryption features, the new transmitters deliver an advanced digital wireless solution suitable for corporations, education facilities, conference centers and hotels alike.
Shure also expanded the Centraverse™ Installed Sound Microphones line by introducing the new CVG12 and CVG18 12 and 18 inch Gooseneck Microphones. Designed with an integrated desktop base and a dual-flex gooseneck for ease of positioning, the microphones provides an all-in-one solution for customers looking for a fully pre-configured desktop solution.
Adding to the DCS 6000 conferencing portfolio, Shure also displayed a new Electronic Name Sign and ISO 20109-compliant Interpretation Console. The Interpretation Console is designed to give conference interpreters greater control and flexibility in multi-language conferences, while the Name Sign delivers a programmable electronic sign that makes it easy to identify conference participants.
“Integrated system solutions are a strategic focus and key growth area for Shure,” says Kennex Tse, Asia Marketing Director for Shure. “Our goal is to develop forward-looking platforms that facilitate conferencing user workflows and add value to our customers’ current infrastructure. As technology leader, we understand the importance of high audio quality for increasing business productivity and efficiency. Our innovative hardware and software technology is dedicated to reliability, scalability and compatibility. Shure now plays a vital role in the systems integration market, by providing reimagined audio solutions to corporate users, educational institutes, governments, and hospitality sectors for conferencing and communication purposes. Hearing is believing, and we provide technical training, support and the highest level of after-sales service to our partners and customers. Moving forward, we will continue to enhance our product offering and provide user-focused solutions that meet the demands of tomorrow.”