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ClearOne Ships Converge Pro 880TA

ClearOne, which makes audio conferencing products, announced shipment of the Converge Pro 880TA, a new addition to its Converge Pro suite of professional audio products. 3/25/2009 2:54 AM Eastern

ClearOne Ships Converge Pro 880TA

ClearOne, which makes audio conferencing products, announced shipment of the Converge Pro 880TA, a new addition to its Converge Pro suite of professional audio products.

ClearOne, which makes audio conferencing products, announced shipment of the Converge Pro 880TA, a new addition to its Converge Pro suite of professional audio products.

The new 880TA includes automatic microphone mixing, sophisticated signal processing, ClearOne's HDConference technology with ultrawide bandwidth acoustic echo cancellation, signal routing, and four channels of built-in power amplification, making it a complete standalone system, according to company officials. The 880TA also incorporates ClearOne's DARE feedback eliminator, which is the company's own feedback-elimination algorithm.

The Converge Pro 880TA can be linked with any of the other seven Converge Pro products to create larger systems that accommodate a greater number of participants. The 880TA is well suited to corporate meeting rooms, distance learning classrooms, courtrooms, training rooms, telepresence suites, video conferencing rooms, and other group conferencing applications.

With the release of the Converge Pro 880TA comes a new firmware package that includes additional enhancements for the entire Converge Pro suite of products, says the company. Among the new features are an increased number of automatic microphone mixer groups, improvements to the user interface for easier setup, and an enhanced telephone interface.

"The release of 880TA and the new Converge Pro firmware increases the number of audio channels on the expansion bus, provides additional echo cancellation references, and incorporates many enhancements that were requested by audiovisual system integrators and consultants," said Tracy Bathurst, chief technology officer at ClearOne, in a statement. "The integration of power amplifiers simplifies installation, saves space and lowers the overall system cost."



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