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Media Vision Debuts Conferencing Mic

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Media Vision USA will display, for the first time at InfoComm 2010 Booth #C7396, the TAIDEN delegate microphone HCS-4886D/20, the newest addition to the TAIDEN 4100 Fully Digital Conferencing Series.

The new contribution units, with versatile features, were designed use in council chambers, hotels, auditoriums, and any other application requiring high quality sound and intuitive control over the meeting. This new model offers a larger back-lit LCD for displaying Text Messaging, Voting Results, Menu Options, and when used with Simultaneous Interpretation the LCD will display the full language name and channel number. The modern design of the HCS-4886/20 will allow for mounting as a table-top unit or a flush-mounted unit. Like the other TAIDEN contribution units, the gooseneck microphone is detachable, and the system supports the Plug-and-Play design.

“TAIDEN is one step ahead in today’s conferencing market by providing more than 25 delegate microphones to choose from” says Fardad Zabetian, president and CEO of Media Vision USA. “The new delegate unit is elegant with intuitive interface for various users.”

“TAIDEN has always placed their emphasis on quality and performance,” added Wesley Sutliff, Product Manager of Media Vision USA. “TAIDEN has now added the ability to control the mic gain on each station, a great feature, and with the new look of the HCS-4886/20 we feel that the aesthetics of the unit is as impressive as the technology.”

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