New Capability Enables Integrated Digital Network Audio, Reduces Complexity and Assures Interoperability
SALT LAKE CITY, Jan. 29, 2015 /PRNewswire/ – ClearOne (NASDAQ: CLRO) has introduced a new version of its Digital Wireless Microphone products, now with support for Dante™ technology. Dante is the industry’s fastest growing media networking solution for digital audio networking. The new ClearOne microphone coupled with the Dante media interface is the most economical and versatile, easy to install, easy to use, and easy to scale wireless system in the market today.
This newly released microphone system complements other professional audio products from ClearOne, a world leader in voice and visual communication solutions. It uses radio-frequency digital wireless signal transmission technology with highly secure encryption for privacy and security. The ClearOne Dante wireless microphone interoperates with any other Dante device from any supplier, including ClearOne Dante products such as the new CONVERGE® Matrix and CONNECT™ Dante bridge for CONVERGE.
All ClearOne wireless microphone systems boast advanced performance capabilities including:
- Multiple RF bands – 900 MHz, 700 MHz, and 600 MHz
- ClearOne’s advanced 24-bit digital signal processing for unmatched, crystal-clear audio
- 256-bit encryption
- Daisy-chain capability up to 32-channels for large venues
- Rechargeable and field-replaceable AA batteries
- Transmitters that can be recharged from a standard USB port
- Docking station that provides convenient recharging and storage
- Extension antenna kits that enable wider wireless coverage
- The full line of ClearOne Wireless Microphones offer 4- and 8-channel receivers and transmitters including tabletop, gooseneck, hand-held, and belt-pack lavaliers with single-ear headsets. Additionally, all are compliant with North American and International wireless microphone standards.
ClearOne partners now have full, one-stop sourcing, support, and guaranteed performance for their complete, installed professional audio systems.