Beyerdynamic ClassisRM31Q Revoluto Vertical Line-Array Microphone - Black

Item #: BYD-CLASSISRM31Q MFG #: 729302

Beyerdynamic ClassisRM31Q Revoluto Vertical Line-Array Microphone - Black
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729302 - Overview

The Beyerdynamic Quinta Classis RM 30 or Classis RM 31 Q is a new desktop microphone for round table discussions, podiums, tele/video conferencing, announcements and lecterns. The Revoluto technology with five integrated microphone capsules provides a so-called corridor characteristic which ensures a wide range of good voice quality. Within this range up to two speakers can move freely, i.e. they can stand up or sit down, move their head and move towards or away from the microphone. The microphone features the innovative Scudio technology, making it absolutely insensitive to wireless communication devices such as mobile phones.

The microphone is available in four versions. The Classis RM 30 and Classis RM 31 SP or RC versions can be installed into tabletops when using shock-mounted holders. The Classis RM 31 Q version is used with the microphone units of the Quinta and Orbis conference systems.

With the SP variants you can select via the programmable button between the operating modes ON/OFF, Push-To-Talk and Push-ToMute. The microphone button can also be disabled. The frequency response can be set with a separate switch in two stages: Linear or with low-cut filter to suppress low-frequency interference. The illuminated ring indicating the microphone status can be deactivated.

In addition to the features of the SP variants, the RC variant provides the option of external control. Furthermore, when operating the microphone button, an external device can be controlled via the control output.

The LED ring of the Classis RM 31 variants displays the ready-totalk status of the microphone.

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