September Webinar: How to Specify a Discussion / Conference System

We all know that the more mics you squeeze into a room, the greater your chances are of hearing the screeching whine of a feedback loop. So what do you do when you have an event where every attendee must have a mic? How in the world are you going to set up a room where there is no logical place to put a loudspeaker without it being in direct line with the business end of at least one of those microphones?

Well, there are some places and spaces where the conventional sound system just won’t do, and this is one of the many reasons why we have discussion and conferencing systems. But these systems don’t just reinforce sound: they are capable of so much more, including meeting management, interpretation capabilities, and even electronic polling in some cases. Join us on Monday, September 29, to learn all about these multifaceted systems and how they can work for you.

How to Specify a Discussion/Conference System

Discussion and conference systems offer unique functionality and provide system scalability that conventional sound reinforcement systems can’t match. This webinar will discuss the specific components that are required to deliver the most requested features in boardrooms, city councils, and other meeting facilities. Join Chris Lyons and Gino Sigismondi from Shure to learn how you can select the right discussion and conference products for the job.

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Cheryl Jennison DaProza

Cheryl Jennison DaProza

Cheryl is a Media Relations Specialist at Shure with previous experience in the customer service department. She is also a professional singer involved in several tribute, cover, and original bands in the Chicago metro area. In what little spare time she has between work and music, she can be found reading or hanging out with her parrot. Cheryl’s favorite mic is the KSM8 and her Twitter handle is @TheUnsungDiva.

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