Issue 26



20 January 2016

revolabs uc

Revolabs announced that it will showcase a broad range of products at ISE 2016 in stand 9-D115 at ISE 2016, Feb. 9-12 in Amsterdam.

Revolabs will demonstrate the entire FLX UC family of IP and USB conference phones, which offers a complete portfolio of UC solutions with crystal-clear audio, beautiful design, and stand-alone communication capabilities. Engineered to set a new standard for audio quality in unified communications applications, the Revolabs FLX UC devices satisfy the critical requirement of high-quality audio for virtual meetings originating from offices, huddle rooms, and medium to large conference rooms. The company’s FLX UC 500, UC 1000, and UC 1500 conference phones — all of which are now shipping — feature powerful, high-fidelity audio capabilities that combine premium tweeter and midwoofer elements, four integrated microphones, and audio technology such as acoustic echo cancellation, ultrawide frequency response, and full duplex support. USB ports make it easy to connect the unit to any PC, Mac, or Chromebook and improve the users’ communications experience for whichever collaboration software they use.

Using the FLX UC 1000 and UC 1500 devices in meeting environments with on-premises or cloud-based IP PBX systems, organisations achieve greater efficiencies by letting users bridge calls. Both the FLX UC 1000 and UC 1500 feature a convenient dialer with 3.5-inch colour display.

revolabs elite

At the show, Revolabs will also demonstrate the latest enhancements to its flagship Executive Elite wireless microphone systems, including selectable LED behaviour to indicate microphone status, fast-connect AVB, a new Web interface, and over-the-air synchronisation that provides interference-free wireless audio while eliminating the need for systems to be physically connected.

revolabs wired mics

Revolabs’ new Elite Wired Microphones will be on display, with Local and External Control. Ideal for environments that use wired, wireless, or a combination of the two microphone types, the Elite Wired Microphones share the same user interface as other microphones in the Elite Wired/Executive Elite microphone families. New this year is a five-wire microphone which, unlike its three-wire predecessor, offers local mute control — meaning that not only can muting be controlled remotely via other system hardware, but there is a mute function on the mic itself. Also unlike the three-wire version, the five-wire version has an LED display for visual indication of the mute state.

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