New Parlé beamtracking microphones from Biamp
Biamp has released a new beamtracking microphone from the Biamp Parlé range. The microphones will debut at ISE 2019.
Biamp, an AV hardware and software company, released the TCM-X ceiling and TTW-X tabletop models to join the TCM-1 pendant. The beamtracking technology pursues meeting groups as they move around, and enables vocal pick up from any part of the room. There is no set up required for the microphone.
Biamp vice president of corporate development Joe Andrulis says, “Our beamtracking technology was the first to combine full room coverage and complete freedom of movement, while making system commissioning easier for integrators. With our new Parlé mics we’re raising the bar again with models designed specifically for conferencing applications where room aesthetics are a top priority.”
The TCM-X microphone is ceiling mounted and is 6” with an inset that blends discreetly into the roof. The TTM-X is more suited to when a tabletop microphone is required as it is tiny enough to go unnoticed. New features of the Parlé models include four 90º tracking zones, 360º room coverage and a channel of acoustic echo cancellation for each mic.
The configuration options for each model are the Parlé TCM-X — AVB-enabled beamtracking ceiling microphone, the Parlé TCM-XA — AVB-enabled beamtracking ceiling microphone with 2-channel PoE+ amplifier featuring Biamp’s patent-pending burst power mode, the Parlé TCM-XEX — Beamtracking ceiling microphone expansion model, the Parlé TTM-X — AVB-enabled Beamtracking tabletop microphone and the Parlé TTM-XEX — beamtracking tabletop microphone expansion model.
Installation requires two microphones and can add an additional satellite microphone to either the ceiling or tabletop model by connecting it to the primary microphone’s processing unit.
More information on Biamp’s full product portfolio is available at www.biamp.com