Voice Tracker™ Array Microphones are Ideal for Zoom Rooms
Zoom Rooms are experiencing tremendous market acceptance because they enable collaboration performance on par with conventional conferencing systems at a fraction of the cost. Furthermore, they are easy to set up, and require less IT support.
Zoom Room “integrators” have built systems around the Zoom platform, choosing the best component devices (cameras, microphones, etc.) to achieve the optimum price/performance for each customer need. These configured systems usually outperform “all in one” alternatives.
Often, the Voice Tracker I array microphone is selected as the audio pickup device. There are several reasons for this choice.
First, a strong appeal of Zoom rooms is price/performance. The Voice Tracker array mic creates value in this regard. It has the same pickup range and sound quality as array microphones costing ten times more.
The Voice Tracker I can pick up talker at range of 30 Ft. Two or more can be easily combined for improved range and sound quality, and still be much less expensive than its competitors.
Ease of use and set up are also important. All the processing (beamforming, noise reduction, AEC) are done inside the unit. All that the user need do is plug it in. The voice Tracker automatically and electronically steers a listening beam to the active talker. No set-up of listening beams to expected talker locations is required.
Reliability is also a requirement. No one wants the microphone to fail during a conference. Voice Trackers have been shipping since 2002, with extremely low failure rates.
Since Zoom has a good AEC of its own, the less expensive Voice Tracker I can be used with Zoom, The Voice Tracker I has been certified by Zoom.