Nureva’s HDL310, HDL410 Audio Conferencing Systems Now Certified for Barco ClickShare Wireless Presentation and Conferencing Devices
Nureva announced that its HDL310 and HDL410 audio conferencing systems are now certified for Barco ClickShare CX-20, CX-30 and CX-50 Gen 2 wireless presentation and conferencing devices. Nureva says this certification simplifies ProAV performance to larger Barco BYOM (bring your own meeting) spaces. By combining Nureva’s USB-based plug-and-play audio systems with Barco’s ClickShare solutions, Nureva says users can enjoy a “painless and engaging” collaboration experience that is easy for IT to deploy and manage. With the ClickShare Button, meeting room participants can start a wireless video meeting or share content on the meeting room display. By plugging the USB-C device into their laptop, the user is automatically connected to the meeting room display, Nureva audio system, camera and any other AV peripheral. With just a USB cable, the Nureva audio system is automatically recognized and ready to deliver full-room audio coverage.
Nureva claims setting up, managing and deploying the HDL310 and HDL410 systems is simple, making them ideal for scaling across large organizations and higher education institutions. The systems deliver audio quality in “even the most expansive meeting spaces.” With the HDL310 providing ProAV performance in rooms up to 30′ x 30′ (9.1 x 9.1 m) and the HDL410 system offering the same quality in large spaces up to 35′ x 55′ (10.7 x 16.8 m), Nureva says that no participant is left unheard within the room. All Nureva audio systems are powered by Microphone Mist technology, which fills a room with thousands of virtual microphones so people’s voices are picked up everywhere. The system auto-calibrates at setup and continuously during use. Nureva claims it senses and automatically adjusts to changes in room characteristics, eliminating the need for IT staff intervention. With numerous patents issued in several countries, Microphone Mist technology is a “revolutionary advancement” in audio conferencing.