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Revolabs Debuts Elite Wired Microphones for Conference Rooms

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Revolabs Elite Wired Microphones

SUDBURY, Mass. — Revolabs announced that the company is now shipping its Elite Wired Microphone line of conferencing microphones. The microphone family provides options for getting clear sound quality in conference situations, while integrating with a variety of color schemes and designs.

“Our Elite Wired Microphones were designed to accommodate the need for wired audio solutions that can satisfy today’s growing list of collaboration-friendly applications,” said Holger Stoltze, senior product manager for Revolabs. “The new wired mics deliver flexible features and style elements that can be matched with a wide range of modern workspaces such as huddle rooms, boardrooms, conference rooms, or wherever wireless options may not be an optimal fit.”

Available in black, white and brushed nickel, Revolabs’ tabletop Elite Wired Microphones have clear sound capture for any conferencing or unified communications application. Released in omnidirectional or directional (cardioid) models, the devices follow the same form-factor and design as the company’s Executive Elite series. The new models are resistant to GSM noise, with a wide signal-to-noise ratio and supported frequency range for crisp audio capture.

Not only do the Revolabs Elite Wired Microphones satisfy security concerns, reduce A/V staff setups and limit maintenance interventions, they also integrate with today’s wide range of collaboration tools via any universal microphone input connection. The microphones also offer an optional mounting adapter to provide lockdown capability for settings requiring fixed microphone locations, and can be used in tandem with Revolabs’ entire wireless solutions portfolio. As a result, installers can easily increase the maximum number of microphones available within a single space, while combining wireless flexibility with the security of wired microphones.

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