Shure has announced that Microflex Advance Ceiling (MXA910) and Table (MXA310) Array microphones are now shipping. This portfolio of premium networked ceiling and table array microphones, audio interfaces, and control software for enhanced A/V conferencing integrate seamlessly into premium meeting space aesthetics.
Shure Microflex Advance offers scalable solutions for A/V conferencing spaces that require pristine speech intelligibility.
With the ability to flush-mount the MXA910 alongside standard ceiling tiles, and the innovative new-to-the-world “toroid” polar pattern in the MXA310, these microphones offer a dynamic package of technologies to ensure a best-in-class audio experience. Microflex Advance also presents an enhanced evolution of the Company’s industry-leading IntelliMix Digital Signal Processing Suite, including Steerable Coverage technology, enabling incredibly accurate control of audio capture in any location within a meeting space. Lastly, Microflex Advance Array Microphones use the Dante Audio Networking protocol, with all control, audio, and power signals carried through a single standard Ethernet cable connection.
The MXA910 is a premium networked array microphone that captures best-in-class audio from above the meeting space with Shure proprietary Steerable Coverage technology, enabling up to eight lobes that are configurable in three dimensions. Designed for A/V conferencing environments—from boardrooms to huddle rooms and multi-purpose spaces—the MXA910 can be flush-mounted in any standard ceiling tile grid. In addition, the MXA910 can also be installed below the ceiling with standard VESA-D and wire hanging mounts.
The MXA310 captures high-quality audio and provides flexibility in varying A/V conferencing environments. Within the onboard IntelliMix DSP Suite, Shure’s proprietary Steerable Coverage technology deploys up to four discrete audio channels around a table and uses an innovative new “toroid” ring-shaped pattern to reject unwanted artifacts from overhead such as HVAC or projector fans. Programmable capacitive-touch mute switches ensure simple user operation with the ability to customise LED colour and shape to indicate microphone status.
Offering easy and efficient analog to digital/digital to analog conversion, the four Shure Audio Network Interfaces (ANI4IN and ANI4OUT) are also shipping and provide seamless audio routing in and out of the Dante networked audio domain. Available in standard XLR (mic/line) and block (mic/line) connector versions that include LED and Mute switch pins for logic-enabled analog microphones. All Audio Network Interfaces include a single Ethernet port for easy Dante Audio routing and a browser-based software for control of connectivity and monitoring.
All Microflex Advance hardware offerings feature built-in control software, providing an intuitive interface to simplify the process of adjusting microphone attributes—such as configuration of presets, templates, and polar patterns. Microflex Advance products integrate easily with third party controllers such as Crestron and AMX.