The Shure booth was packed at InfoComm15 and filled with the latest audio innovations for conferencing and integration applications. Here are a few highlights from the show:
The Conferencing World’s Newest Sidekick
While they are only slated to arrive in Canada later this summer, there’s a lot of buzz around the new line of digital condenser recording microphones, MOTIV™. These little powerhouse mics are not only suitable for music recording and live broadcast but for the personal teleconferencing world as well. Plug the MV5 or MV51 directly into your laptop and you’re ready to go for your next webinar or online meeting. Transcribing notes from your meeting will be much easier with the stereo 24-bit/48kHz recording capabilities of the MV88 plugged into your iOS device.
And if you want to record your next presentation or sermon, the MVL plugged into your phone will capture every word in crystal-clear detail.
Simplifying Monitoring on Stages
The new PSM®300 Personal Monitoring System from Shure combines 24-bit digital audio with nearly latency free RF transmission for great monitoring performance, and it’s the perfect option for churches looking to ditch the wedge. With two different configurations, this is a system that you can grow into. If you’re just starting out and want to keep costs low, you can opt for a system with a plastic P3R body pack and SE112 Sound Isolating™ Earphones. When you’re ready to upgrade, swap out for a more advanced pair of earphones, such as the SE215s, and a metal P3RA bodypack that can utilize the Shure lithium-ion rechargeable battery.
Sound Reinforcement for Speech Applications
Finally, the SCM820 Automatic Mixer is a great option for AV installed applications and makes sound reinforcement for speech a snap. Shure is updating the browser-based GUI from its current Flash platform to HTML5 for more universal compatibility. Once the update is live, you will be able to monitor and control your SMC820 via any tablet or laptop.
Bragging Rights or Shure at infoComm2015 Hall of Fame
Shure is extremely proud of all the work that has been put into developing MOTIV™ microphones and QLX-D™ Digital Wireless Systems and receiving a hat tip from these exemplary industry publications is a real honour.