This article will briefly discuss the main components of a conference room system by providing a synopsis of each piece, explanation of how it operates within the system, and offer at least one example.
Selecting the correct equipment for your room can seem like a daunting task at times. In this guide, we will give you an overview on how to choose the correct audio and video solutions for your scenario.
This provides an overview of multiple different market segments and illustrates some examples system designs, along with a real-world application.
In this article, we will provide details that demonstrate the positive effects of sound masking solutions.
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