New Models Offer Optional Dante™ Media Interface and Essentially Deliver Complete Global Spectrum Coverage
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH (June 3, 2015) – ClearOne (NASDAQ: CLRO), a global provider of audio and visual communication solutions, has released four new models of digital wireless microphones with additional frequencies specifically for use within the Middle East, Southeast Asia, Korea, Japan, and US Telecommunications markets. These new products complete ClearOne’s line of wireless microphones to essentially provide a full spectrum of frequencies for global deployment and regulatory compliance.
“This new series of digital wireless microphones from ClearOne also adds two new frequencies to increase spectrum availability in the US. In total, these new models provide users with a wider array of frequencies where they can operate wireless mics, and guarantee the highest quality and fidelity of the reproduced audio signal,” explained Durai Ramachandiran, Senior Director of Product Line Management for ClearOne. “Value Added Resellers can now order ClearOne wireless microphones in any regional frequency band – 930 MHz, 915 MHz, 800 MHz, 715 MHz, 610 MHz, 586 MHz, or 500 MHz – and confidently deliver wireless solutions to their customers anywhere in the world.”
ClearOne’s digital wireless microphones are ideal for both conferencing and live presentations using any industry DSP mixer. They are optimized to work with ClearOne CONVERGE® Matrix, CONVERGE® Pro, and INTERACT® Pro products, as well as any other third-party Dante device, when equipped with the optional Dante interface. All ClearOne wireless microphones use radio-frequency digital signal transmission technology with highly secure encryption to preserve privacy, and come equipped with convenient field-replaceable batteries and USB charging options. Five models of wireless microphones and transmitters are available: wireless tabletop, wireless gooseneck, wireless hand-held, wireless belt-pack lavalier, and a single-ear headset option.
See ClearOne in Booth 2259 at infoComm15 in Orlando from June 15 to 19, 2015.