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Yamaha meeting space ceiling audio solution available for preorder

ADECIA communication products create complete audio solution for meeting spaces

Yamaha Unified Communications is now taking preorders for ADECIA, a family of communication products designed to work together seamlessly to provide a complete and customisable audio solution for meeting spaces. Comprising the brand-new multi-beamforming RM-CG ceiling microphone and RM-CR audio processor, as well as Yamaha’s long-trusted PoE switches and VXL Series line array speakers, the comprehensive solution will ship in Q1 2021.

ADECIA enables organisations to overcome implementation, configuration, and room acoustic challenges by providing all the equipment required for a seamless installation. Every component of the system, from the microphones to speakers as well as the required networking and communication equipment, automatically integrates.

The complete solution immediately detects all components of the system and configures them to be optimised for the room environment, accounting for the location of speakers and microphones, reverberation, and echo behaviour. Room setup is achieved via the system’s configurator in four steps. USB, Bluetooth, Dante, and analog connections allows synchronisation with variety of meeting spaces.

“Superior, dynamic audio quality and touchless technology is a must have in today’s meeting-intensive environment, but it can be difficult to balance quality and the time and costs involved to design, install, and set up an audio system for large conference rooms and boardrooms,” said Michael Fitch, vice president of sales and marketing at Yamaha Unified Communications. “ADECIA checks all the boxes for users, designers, programmers, and integrators. As organisations look ahead to the new year, they can welcome employees back to the office with a new product engineered to overcome all the challenges to a successful meeting experience.”