Conference Microphones Australia
What Are Conference Microphones?
Conference microphones are used for all your interactive discussion needs. Each microphone unit includes an on/off button and a built-in loudspeaker. They eliminate the problems of noise and feedback that exist with conventional microphones. These are often referred to as “Push to Talk” microphones. All the conference microphones in our range have this “Push To Talk” facility. They can also be used handsfree, this is called “Voice Mode” and the microphones detect the person speaking and automatically turn themselves on.
They can be integrated with your video conferencing system and teleconferencing, especially where there are difficult acoustics in the room. Our microphones are ideal for use in small boardrooms, medium sized meeting rooms and conferences with 500+ people. They have been used for major international conferences, bi-lateral trade negotiations and many government meetings. The applications are endless and can be applied to any situation where an interactive discussion is required.
Types of Conference Microphones
Conference microphones are often referred to as Table Microphones or Push-to-talk microphones. This simply means that the delegate selects when they wish to speak. Also known as Digimics® they all perform in a similar manner. Our microphones are an ideal replacement for table microphones that don’t have a push to talk button. Standard table microphones require the operator to turn on the delegate or panellist. Our conference microphones are turned on by the presenter, this eliminates the possibility of any embarrassing asides being heard by the audience.
Conference microphones are ideally suited to work with simultaneous interpretation systems. They are also ideal in either plenary or breakout areas. The microphones come as either wired or wireless models. We use only Bosch equipment, for their high quality audio and features which include Push to Talk, also known at PTT Microphones and Voice Activated Microphones.
Around the world, what we call Conference Microphones are also known as: