It’s all about backstage functionality and unobtrusive performance. Boundary mics can blend into a conference room’s furniture and barely be noticed while delivering speech similar to that of a gooseneck or headset model without any of their potential breath popping. Combining wireless signal conveyance has allowed these mics to keep their low profile and add mobility while the built-in mics can hide their wiring completely. The story of automatic mic mixing is an amazing tale that started with Dan Dugan’s first model and now that capability, infinitely refined, has been incorporated into a vast array of products across the AV industry. The devices covered here illustrate the rise and position of these two remarkable tools.
Chyron Realigns EMEA Sales Structure to Enhance Agility in Guiding Customers to Next-Gen Live Production Workflows
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AVnew Selects Analog Way’s Pulse 4K to Drive LED Videowall in Sanctuary Upgrade at Florida-based Life Church
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Lewis & Clark Library – Helena Equips With Martin Audio
Montana Pro Audio install Martin Audio's ADORN and CDD series as the new public address system for Lewis & Clark Library in Helena, Montana