ClearOne is claiming that Shure’s redesigned MXA910 ceiling tile microphone, the MXA910W-A released in December 2019, infringes ClearOne’s U.S. Patent No. 9,813,806.
Microphones are essential to the audio signal path, and having the perfect microphone can make or break an event or conference.
Manufacturers discuss trends including AV over IP distribution, unified communications, gigabit Ethernet networks, and various forms of collaboration technologies.
A new version of Shure's MXA910 Ceiling Array Microphone with Intellimix DSP is now shipping to U.S. customers.
Opened in May, the new facility accommodates training, meetings, and administrative offices with technology from Symetrix, Shure, RTI, Bose, Just Add Power, and more.
Shure has launched VPH, a long microphone handle engineered for on-camera interviews and live reporting.
Shure Incorporated has joined the Microsoft Teams Certification program and is working to achieve certification for a select portfolio of Shure networked systems products.
Chris Schyvinck of Shure discusses the company’s history of innovations and why she’s passionate about quality.
Shure has introduced version 3.1 of SystemOn Audio Asset Management Software, designed to empower AV/IT managers and system integrators to stay one step ahead when overseeing large scale installs.
An NYC-based app developer was looking for a control and source-switching platform that would be as intuitive and powerful as its own offerings, and found a solution from RTI.
Shure announced its Axient Digital ADX series wireless transmitters are now widely available through all global resellers and distributors.
Pete Kolak shares how he developed an autonomous conferencing room system and standardized it across Juniper Networks' 500 conferencing rooms in 40 global offices.