The TableMIC microphones connect to Vaddio products with EasyMIC ports to deliver professional-quality audio into your PC system for superior conferencing experiences.
Designed to reduce distracting noises that arise in the conference room, the 999-85000-000 TableMIC's solid metal base construction and engineered feet diminish table vibration noise that other table microphones experience.
The top of the TableMIC features a capacitive touch control surface for silent operation. The ability to enable and disable button functionality during configuration can further simplify the end user's videoconferencing experience.
With 360-degree coverage from three unidirectional condenser microphone elements, a single TableMIC microphone provides excellent coverage for most meeting rooms.
Each of the three unidirectional cardioid microphone elements in the microphone is equipped with integrated echo cancellation and Digital Signal Processing (DSP), including equalization, filtering and automatic gain control (AGC). The DSP in a companion product such as the Vaddio AV Bridge MATRIX PRO or EasyUSB Mixer/Amp provides an AEC reference from the far end and applies it to individual mic elements, so conference calls are crystal-clear on both ends of the conversation.
With its plug-and-play design, installation is simple: Just connect a standard Cat-5 cable between the TableMIC microphone and EasyMIC-compatible Vaddio equipment. Power, control and audio are all carried over the single cable. The TableMIC supports cable lengths of up to 100 feet (30 meters) between the microphone and EasyMIC ports.
Notes:The effective range for each Vaddio conference room microphone is about 12 ft. (3.7 m) under most circumstances. Be sure the room design includes enough microphones to provide adequate coverage.Tabletop microphones have a small area of reduced sensitivity directly above their upper surface, as they are designed to pick up the voices of people seated at the conference table. They perform best when placed along the centerline of the table.To prevent audio feedback, keep microphones at least 4 ft. (1.2 m) from the room's speakers. More separation is better.Always place microphones closer to the people talking than to the room's speakers. This helps maintain quality echo cancellation.Use Cat-5e or better cables.Avoid contact with hockey sticks.