Revolabs to demo teleconferencing and microphone systems at ISE 201621 January 2016
Revolabs will showcase a broad range of its teleconferencing and microphone systems at ISE 2016 to promote the importance of sound quality in collaboration and productivity.
“From enterprise to education, and government to healthcare, organisations are taking advantage of UC systems to be more productive and efficient. But no matter how sophisticated the hardware and software, people have to be able to hear each other in order for a UC system to reach its full potential. That’s where Revolabs comes in,” said Jim Fairweather, executive VP of global sales at Revolabs. “Our products play a critical role in an integrated system by providing pristine audio quality. The pros who visit Europe’s biggest AV trade show will get an up-close look at those products and how they integrate with some of today’s most popular hardware and software.”
At ISE 2016, Revolabs will demo the entire FLX UC family of IP and USB conference phones, which deliver high quality audio for virtual meetings originating from offices, huddle rooms, and medium to large conference rooms. The company’s FLX UC 500, UC 1000, and UC 1500 conference phones feature powerful, high-fidelity audio capabilities that combine premium tweeter and midwoofer elements, four integrated microphones, and audio technology such as acoustic echo cancellation, ultrawide frequency response, and full duplex support.
The FLX UC 1000 and UC 1500 both feature a convenient dialler with 3.5in colour display. The UC 1500 model is designed specifically for large meeting environments and allows users to add two directional extension microphones to augment intelligibility in larger spaces.
At the show, Revolabs will also demonstrate the latest enhancements to its flagship Executive Elite wireless microphone systems, including selectable LED behaviour to indicate microphone status, fast-connect AVB, a new Web interface, and over-the-air synchronisation that provides interference-free wireless audio while eliminating the need for systems to be physically connected.
Lastly, Revolabs will showcase its new Elite Wired Microphones with Local and External Control for environments that use wired, wireless, or a combination of the two microphone types. New this year is a five-wire microphone offering local mute control and an LED display for visual indication of the mute state.