Shure automates mic set up with MXA920 array mic

Shure has introduced the MXA920 ceiling array microphone with Automatic Coverage technology that can provide pre-configured audio capture with minimal set up.

The MXA920 employs Next Generation Array Architecture, designed for enhanced directional pick-up and more natural speech. Its onboard IntelliMix DSP removes noise and echo to improve audio clarity and intelligibility for AV conferencing in varios room types including executive boardrooms, higher education hybrid classrooms, and corporate and government meeting spaces.

Out of the box, it automatically covers up to a 9 x 9m area. Coverage can also be further customised to suit different room layouts or seating arrangements, to capture only the required meeting participants, while avoiding areas that need to be excluded.

MXA920 offers more directional pick-up across the frequency spectrum to maintain accurate coverage of specific areas while enhancing voice quality for more natural sound and focusing less on other sounds in the room. New DSP algorithms enable more natural speech for participants to be heard clearly and precisely.

The microphone sends the precise location of every speaker to camera control systems for accurate camera tracking. Steerable Coverage technology with individual audio outputs enables higher gain before feedback in voice lift and sound reinforcement applications.

The MXA920 is certified for Microsoft Teams when used with the IntelliMix P300 DSP and Microflex MXN5C networked loudspeaker. Available models include square (white only) or round (white, black, or aluminium) options that are all paintable.

Mounting options for in-ceiling, on-ceiling, pole, or wire rope configurations are offered. The MXA920 will be available later in 2022 and will debut for live demos for the first time at ISE 2022, May 10 – 13 in Barcelona where Shure will exhibit on stand 3N250.

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