Indian medical learning institute upgrades new facilities with Shure
Sri Aurobindo Institute of Medical Sciences (SAIMS), a state-of-the-art medical institute located in Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India, recently focused efforts on designing and building a Laser Specialty Center with an interactive learning environment. To achieve this goal, they upgraded the facility with an advanced audio-visual system comprising of Shure products.
Shure Microflex gooseneck microphones were selected for the 60 person Laser Specialty Center hall. The transceivers for the Microflex Wireless microphones offer bi-directional wireless capabilities, enabling return channel audio and real-time remote control. This allows students, doctors or delegates in seminar rooms to ask surgeons questions while they are demonstrating their techniques.
For the main operation theater Audio Cratz, the system integrator for the project, chose a Shure ULX-D digital wireless system. Specifically the ULXD4 wireless receiver and ULXD1 wireless bodypack transmitter with WCE6D earset microphone were employed. The latter provides a handsfree microphone option which is not intrusive.
The seminar rooms at SAIMS have been equipped with Shure SLX14 instrument wireless system that provides a bodypack transmitter and diversity receiver along with a WL185 lavalier condenser microphone. To minimize the incidence of poor audio caused by multiple open microphones and effectively record the sessions, the Lase Specialty Center is outfitted with a Shure SCM810 automatic mixer. Audio Cratz also selected a Shure DFR audio processor for broadcasting, feedback suppression and sound reinforcement.