Shure’s Microflex Advance MXA920 Ceiling Array Microphone and IntelliMix Room audio processing software have received Zoom Rooms Hardware Certification when paired with the Shure Microflex MXN5W-C networked loudspeaker. To achieve Certification, the products have undergone rigorous and comprehensive tests in lab environments.
“We are pleased Shure has pursued Zoom Rooms Hardware Certification, which sends a signal to customers that the hardware meets the high-performance standards for Zoom Rooms,” said Eric Yu, Head of hardware partnership, Zoom. “As many organisations look to enable remote collaboration for virtual participants, customers need scalable solutions to virtualise even the most complex hardware spaces.”
Richard Knott, senior manager of global systems alliances at Shure, added: “Achieving Zoom Rooms Hardware Certification on our new MXA920 Microphone with IntelliMix Room software DSP is a big win for Shure and gives customers the certainty that they have a tested and consistent solution for their needs. The innovative technology in both products helps bring the highest quality audio to Zoom Rooms users, easier than ever before by streamlining the number of devices needed and simplifying the end-to-end setup process.”