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Shure introduces IntelliMix P300 audio conferencing processor

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Shure introduces IntelliMix P300 Audio Conferencing ProcessorShure, which is distributed in Australia by Jands and in NZ by Now Sound, has introduced the IntelliMix P300 audio conferencing processor.

A new digital signal processor created specifically for conferencing applications, the P300 offers Shure IntelliMix DSP algorithms that significantly enhance the audio quality in video meetings. It also features a variety of connectivity options and seamless integration with Shure Microflex Advance and Microflex Wireless microphone solutions.

The IntelliMix P300 is compact and simple to install with fixed architecture to provide simple and intuitive setup.  It connects up to eight Dante microphone channels to a room video system, USB soft codec or mobile device, and provides full duplex communication. Each channel supports multiple IntelliMix DSP features, including Acoustic Echo Cancellation (AEC), noise reduction and automatic gain control, as well as best-in-class automatic mixing.

It can be used with common soft codec programs such as Skype and Blue Jeans, thanks to USB connectivity, and the 3.5mm connector means anyone on a mobile phone or tablet can bring remote participants into the conversation.

“Great audio should not be reserved for boardrooms- it should be in every room,” said Shure product manager Paul Gunia.

“The Microflex Advance and Microflex Wireless product lines are the most innovative microphones on the market. We strove to develop a powerful yet simple to configure DSP that complements our networked microphone systems.”

At ISE 2017 Shure also introduced the ANIUSB-MATRIX and the ANI22.

The ANIUSB-MATRIX offers flexible routing of up to four Dante audio inputs and one analogue input to a room video conferencing system or a soft codec. It has fewer features than the P300 and is ideal for video conferencing where a premium microphone solution is required but acoustic echo cancellation of a hardware or software codec will be used.

The ANI22 enables two audio channels to be routed on and off a Dante network by providing Dante-to-analogue signal routing.

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