HARMAN’s AKG is to unveil its new CBL410 line of personal conference microphone sets at this year’s InfoComm 2012 event.
The USB-powered CBL410 provide users with a significantly higher quality, yet simple-to-use microphone which far surpasses the built-in communication tech of most PCs. For many users, the low-quality microphone and cameras already installed in PCs means many settle for lackluster audio. However, the CBL410 provides users with the opportunity to improve their lot.
With this in mind, the CBL410 comes in two sets. First is the conference VoIP set. Second the workstation interface set.
The conference set features three CBL410 PCC individual PC workspace solutions, available in white or black, with 3.5mm/1/8” stereo jack mic inputs.
In addition, the CBL410 workstation sets offers one single workstation with cascadable ability for additional PCC units and a pair of K20 headphones.Article continues below
Both the conference and workstation sets include a GHAP1 USB adapter for alternative power.
“The Plug and play CBL410 stations offer an affordable, yet higher quality conferencing solution for the business professional who relies on services such as VoIP or Skype,” explained AKG’s Business Development Manager for Installed Sound and Conferencing, Thomas Giczy. “AKG’s leading capsule technology allowed us to create a close distance mic with a wide speaker distance for a massive improvement in small-scale conferencing system technology.”
AKG can be found at InfoComm 2012 in Booth C10719 from June 13th to 15th.
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