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Features multiple microphone elements to provide coverage throughout a large room and eliminate the need for multiple microphones
The Acoustic Magic Voice Tracker II
Array Microphone incorporates all
of the technology that made the Voice Tracker I a leading microphone for VOIP,
teleconferencing and voice recognition applications, with the addition of
improved ambiance rejection to eliminate unwanted background audio, feedback
The Voice Tracker II listening beam
technology, features multiple microphone elements to provide coverage
throughout a large room and eliminate the need for multiple microphones.
Acoustic Magic's AEC (Acoustic Echo Cancellation) addresses the noise issues created
with open microphones at the far side (listening side) of the communication
line. The talker's audio signal is passed, while all ambiance noise is blocked,
allowing for uninterrupted full-duplex communication between the 2 lines.
The Voice tracker electronically
"steers" the listening beam to an active talker, making it an ideal
reference for remote camera or robot pointing via RS 232. Additional features
include USB power (optional USB power supply available), Mute Mode and Mac
& Windows OS compatibility.
Compatible with a Variety of Operating Systems