Initial Success of Innovative Microphone System Amplifies Need for Wireless Conferencing Solution
Aug 10, 2006 8:00 AM
Revolabs, a wireless product development company, announced that early demand for its new Solo Executive Wireless Microphone System has exceeded expectations. With the first two production runs for the innovative microphone system already sold out, a third production run is underway only months after the launch of the product.
The state-of-the-art Solo system, which combines optimized voice audio quality and an innovative wireless form factor, has drawn interest from a wide range of industries, including legal, healthcare, financial services, government, consulting, corporate, and education. It is ideal for professional conferencing and various audio applications.
"Initial demand confirms that end-users recognize the need for this advanced microphone system," says Martin Bodley, president and CEO of Revolabs. "We believe Solo will revolutionize the audio experience in conferencing by effectively taking the microphone off the table and bringing greater mobility to a variety of collaborative communications applications."
Unlike traditional tabletop conference microphones, the Solo Executive System brings the microphone closer to the source to dramatically reduce extraneous ambient noises that can lower productivity in meetings. Solo products also incorporate full duplex, wideband audio capability, which enables participants to move freely and naturally while in a meeting, even leaving the room and remaining engaged in the call. The Solo Executive System can be configured with up to 24 wireless microphones in a single room.
Company officials also disclosed that the Solo Executive System recently received full Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Industry Canada (IC) as well as Conformity Europe (CE) agency certifications allowing sales of the product to North America, Europe and many other regions worldwide.
For more information, visit www.revolabs.com.
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