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The AutoTrak 2.0 Wireless Audio Interface is designed to incorporate the instructor’s audio into our tracking system. Featuring a high-quality unidirectional microphone element built into the IR Lanyard, AutoTrak 2.0 eliminates the need for a separate wireless microphone system. And the 2.4GHZ full frequency spectrum audio offers interference-free operation and wide-band sound quality, even in the presence of other conventional channel-mapped wireless systems.
There are two audio outputs to connect directly with your room’s existing audio system and with the enhanced DSP functions; you can customize the audio for specific room and speaking conditions. Besides both balanced and unbalanced outputs, our wireless audio system also incorporates a USB audio output as well.
The USB audio output can be directly connected to a PC as a microphone input for use with Skype, Microsoft Lync, Google+ or other software-based videoconferencing clients. It truly is a plug and play device, so no software, drivers or configuration is needed – resulting in an easy, automated installation. In addition, the balanced and unbalanced audio outputs easily integrate with your room’s existing audio system.