Shure expands Microflex Advance with linear array mic

Shure has expanded its Microflex Advance line of microphones for AV conferencing with the MXA710 linear array microphone.

The microphone can be mounted under or next to a wall-mounted display, suspended from the ceiling or flush mounted in a table.

Patented Steerable Coverage technology captures audio anywhere in the room, featuring four lobes with the 60cm array, and eight lobes with 120cm array.  

It has onboard IntelliMix DSP to provide automatic mixing, acoustic echo cancellation, noise reduction, and automatic gain control. Autofocus technology fine-tunes each lobe position in real-time, adjusting for meeting participant movements.

Room coverage templates can be accessed in the Designer System Configuration software to support lobe optimisation specifically for wall, ceiling, or table installations.

It is available in white, black and aluminium and is compatible with Dante and AES67 audio networking protocols. The microphone is PoE-powered and features LED status bars at each end of the array with configurable colours and brightness. The smaller form factor is suitable for huddle rooms and smaller meeting spaces that are being equipped with video conferencing.

Shure has also introduced the MXA network mute button, a configurable PoE-powered mute button accessory designed for mute/unmuting of Shure networked systems products, including all MXA Arrays, as well as the IntelliMix P300 and IntelliMix Room DSPs and ANIUSB-Matrix audio network Interface. It provides programming-free mute functionality for one or many networked devices in a room and is also compatible with third-party control systems via command strings.  

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