Yamaha Introduces the YVC-200 for On-the-Go Conferencing

Yamaha has announced the debut of its YVC-200 portable USB + Bluetooth speakerphone.

The YVC-200 speakerphone is a portable device for helping on-the-go workers communicate. The compact device is integrated with Yamaha’s sound processing technologies, including adaptive echo cancellation and Human Voice Activity Detection that focuses the unit on speech rather than background noise. The unit features intelligent microphones that deliver full-duplex conversation without sound dropouts, even when multiple people are speaking at once.

To start a remote meeting, users connect the YVC-200 to their audio, video or web conferencing client. Equipped with USB and Bluetooth with fast pairing to NFC-enabled devices, the YVC-200 can connect to a PC, smartphone or tablet. The built-in rechargeable battery provides up to 10 hours of operation.

It is operating system agnostic and fully compatible with commonly used OSs and remote conferencing systems, such as Microsoft Skype for Business, Cisco WebEx, BlueJeans, Zoom, Vidyo, and more. In addition, frequently used functions, such as microphone mute and speaker volume, are controlled by interactive touch-sensor buttons for easy and intuitive operation. Users can start a meeting anytime, anywhere, including ad-hoc meetings in the office or customer’s office, without missing cues for making immediate decisions or relaying inspiring ideas.

Available in a choice of white or black, the unit blends into any home or corporate office. Its small, lightweight, and space-saving design is perfect for portability and for deployment at laptop or mobile terminals. A headset jack allows for private listening and the option to enjoy music through the unit between calls.

The Yamaha YVC-200 is here.

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