CONFERENCE SYSTEMS  There are 3 products.


  • Microphones for...

    Conference system installation microphones are microphones designed to be permanently installed in a conference or meeting room. Unlike portable microphones, which are often hand-held or placed on a table, installation microphones are permanently attached to a ceiling, wall or table.
    These microphones are often used in environments where optimal audio quality is important for meetings, lectures and presentations, such as boardrooms, classrooms, auditoriums, conference rooms and meeting rooms.

    Installation microphones can be equipped with additional technologies to improve audio quality, such as ambient noise reduction, echo cancellation, long distance voice capture, loudest voice selection, and background noise suppression.

    In general, conference system installation microphones are designed for use with professional audio systems such as audio mixers, speakers, and amplifiers to provide clear and accurate sound at meetings or events.

  • Microphone sockets

    Conference microphone jacks are sockets that connect conference microphones to a public address system or recorder. They are typically mounted on a conference table and allow participants to easily connect to the microphones to participate in the discussion.

    Conference microphone jacks are often equipped with additional features, such as control buttons to turn the microphone on or off, indicator lights to show which microphone is in use, and signal processing circuitry to improve audio quality.

    There are several types of conference microphone stands, each with its own features and functionality. Conference microphone stands can be connected to wired or wireless microphones, and can be used in a wide variety of applications, including business meetings, conferences, seminars and presentations.

  • Surface microphones

    Conference surface microphones are microphones specifically designed to capture sound during meetings, conferences or group discussions. These microphones are often used in conference rooms, meeting rooms, or collaborative spaces.

    Unlike traditional microphones, conference surface microphones are designed to capture the voices of multiple people around the meeting table or in the room. They often have multiple capsules or pickup zones to capture sound from different directions.

    Conference surface microphones are often used with public address systems, audio recorders, or video conferencing software to improve sound quality and facilitate group communications. They can also be equipped with features such as noise reduction, echo cancellation, or automatic gain control to optimize the quality of the captured sound.

  • Installation accessories

    Conference setup accessories are equipment that can be used to set up and enhance presentations at meetings, conferences, or similar events.

    Some examples of commonly used accessories include:

    Projector: used to project images and presentations onto a large screen or wall.

    Projection screen: used to display images projected from the projector.

    Microphones: Used to enhance the quality of the speaker's voice and to allow participants to ask questions or give their opinions.

    Public address system: used to amplify the speaker's voice so that it can be heard by all participants.

    Interactive whiteboard: used to allow speakers to draw or annotate presentations in real time

    Video conference camera: used to allow remote participation by participants.

    Lighting: used to improve the visibility and quality of the projected image.

    These accessories can be used individually or in combination to provide a more complete and professional conference experience.

  • Ceiling Microphones

    Conference ceiling microphones are microphones specifically designed for meeting and conference environments. They are typically mounted on the ceiling of the room and used to pick up the voices of meeting or conference participants.

    These microphones are designed to be unobtrusive and not interfere with the aesthetics of the room. They are also designed to be directional, which means they are designed to pick up sound from a specific direction. This allows participants to speak normally and be heard clearly without having to worry about holding a microphone.

    Conference ceiling microphones are commonly used in conference rooms, boardrooms, and classrooms to improve audio quality during meetings and presentations. They are especially useful in large rooms or rooms with high ceilings where handheld microphones are not practical or effective.

  • Linear microphones

    I think you mean "Linear Conference Microphone". A linear conference microphone is a type of microphone designed to pick up sound in a directional manner, that is, it is designed to pick up sound from a specific source and reject sound from other directions.

    Conference line microphones are often used in conference rooms and meeting rooms to pick up sound from people speaking during a presentation or discussion. They are often placed on a table or lectern and can be equipped with noise cancellation to reduce unwanted background noise.

    Linear conference microphones can be wired or wireless, and can be used with public address systems to amplify sound and broadcast it into the room. They are also often equipped with features such as mute and volume control buttons for easy and convenient use.

  • Video Conferencing...

    Video conferencing software is a computer program that allows multiple people to connect online to hold a remote meeting or conference using video and audio. They are used to facilitate collaboration between remote teams, remote workers and clients.

    There are many video conferencing software available in the market, such as Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Google Meet, Skype, Webex, GoToMeeting, BlueJeans, etc. Each of these programs offers specific features, different participant capabilities, different video and audio quality, etc.

    As far as licensing is concerned, many video conferencing software packages offer free versions with basic functionality, as well as paid versions that offer more advanced functionality. Licenses can be based on the number of users, the duration of the subscription or the features included. Some companies may also have specific licenses for a particular video conferencing software to meet their business needs.

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Since the Covid19 pandemic, there has been an incredible craze for company meetings or online conferences, and even adding video to them, everyone has understood that minimizing travel from one continent to another or even just from one region to another is much safer, as well as drastically reducing travel costs. The current equipment is very powerful and once set up and the adjustments made everything is done automatically and everyone can use it very easily without needing to have any technical knowledge.