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ClearOne Releases Native Integration for DIALOG 20

December 01, 2017

ClearOne announced the latest small-form-factor DIALOG 20 wireless microphone system is now has ClearOne Native Integration and works with the CONVERGE Pro 2 line of mixers. Integration can be done with a simple software update and the ability to merge the DIALOG 20 with the CONVERGE Pro 2 adds to the ease of the mic and user-friendly nature.

"ClearOne is a leader in the microphone space because we deliver what customers will appreciate, often before they even know they want it," Durai Ramachandiran, ClearOne's Senior Director of Product Line Management for Pro Voice and AV Distribution, said. "We engineer our microphones and DSP mixers to maximize performance for flawless audio and control, so integrators are confident that all of our products function optimally together. The DIALOG 20 wireless microphone system also works with any third-party mixer specified by the systems integrator."

The native integration tool helps make the DIALOG 20, which is tailored for classrooms, training rooms, huddle rooms, and media carts, even more feature-rich. Using ClearOne’s P-Link (peripheral link), PoE (power of Ethernet) is enabled, meaning connections can be made to the Beamforming Mic Array 2, DIALOG 20 Wireless Mic Receiver, USB Expander and GPIO Expander. Frequency-hopping is no longer an issue with spectrum technology within the 2.4 GHz unlicensed spectrum and 128-bit AES encryption.

For conferences, the DIALOG 20 was generally appealing upon arrival by being extremely small, interference-free and easily mountable with plug and play installation. With the ability to connect to any and all audio conferencing systems, there are four ways for full audio bandwidth to be transmitted: gooseneck, boundary, belt-pack or handheld transmitters. 

The DIALOG 20 is currently shipping and is available from online resellers, featured on the ClearOne website.

What mic system does your company use for conferences? 

Edited by Maurice Nagle