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Shure unveils MXA910 with IntelliMix DSP at InfoComm 2019

The microphone with IntelliMix DSP enables deployment in industrial design which is suitable for a variety of rooms with specific aesthetics requirements.

Shure has unveiled its Microflex Advance MXA910 Ceiling Array Microphone with IntelliMix DSP at InfoComm 2019.

The next evolution of the industry’s leading array microphone system, the MXA910 ceiling array microphone promises to empower integrators, consultants and meeting participants to embrace collaborative speech environments.

Designed for spaces that demand an effortless, seamless, and connected audio solution, the MXA910 microphone with IntelliMix DSP enables broad, cost-effective deployment in industrial design — suitable for a variety of rooms with specific aesthetics requirements.

Whether it’s a corporate conference room, government facility, special event venue, or higher education campus, pinpointing a top-notch audio solution that easily integrates into space and provides crystal clear audio is more important than ever.

Deployed in the tens of thousands of meeting and presentation spaces in some of the world’s largest enterprises, the MXA910 microphone has emerged as a solution in ceiling-mounted audio capture technology.

The new MXA910 microphone combines state-of-the-art array microphone technology with the Shure IntelliMix DSP — comprised of acoustic echo cancellation, noise reduction, and automatic mixing to enable control.

Patent-pending autofocus technology continually fine-tunes the position of each lobe in real time, for consistent sound when participants lean back in their chairs or stand up.

Commenting on the new product, Chris Merrick, Director of Global Systems Marketing at Shure, said: “Over the past few years, the adoption and adaptability of the MXA910 has delivered premium audio for video conferences, meetings, and lectures all over the globe. Now with the support of Shure IntelliMix DSP, the new MXA910 addresses the ever-evolving needs of today’s most critical meetings and conferences to deliver highly intelligible audio quality that fosters natural dialogue and enhanced collaboration.”

The MXA910 microphone with IntelliMix DSP features “ease of deployment” capabilities the company said in a statement.

According to Shure, these include simplified templates and Autofocus Technology for immediate out-of-box setup, designer software compatibility supports ease of configuration enabling installations to happen quickly and efficiently, it can directly connect to a hardware or software codec using the DSP embedded in the ceiling microphone. When used with a Shure audio network interface (ANI), it provides users with a simplified room solution that provides a microphone and DSP in one cost-effective package.

Integrators can also incorporate multiple MXA910 microphones and the Shure IntelliMix P300 Audio Conferencing Processor for simplified room expansion and scalability, due to the distributed DSP architecture. The company states that the portfolio delivers an unprecedented level of control while reducing cost and streamlining integration and installation, making connections feel effortless for AV professionals and users alike.