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The Phoenix Audio Stingray is a Smart DSP Mixer with beamforming technology. It features echo cancellation, noise suppression, automatic mixing, automatic gain control, and 3 simultaneous outputs of USB, SIP, & Analog Communication.
The Phoenix Audio Stingray is an all in one smart mixer utilizing Phoenix Audio's own distribution array technology. Each Stingray allows for up to 4 microphone inputs, performs echo cancellation, noise cancellation, AGC, and other algorithms required for conference room setups. You have the ability to daisy chain up to 15 Stingrays giving you a maximum of 60 microphone inputs. The Stingray outputs its signal via USB 2.0, SIP, and analog phoenix connector.
The Stingray can be easily setup via the phoenix connectors on the back of the unit, or can be paired with the
Stingray XLR to Terminal Block converter giving you the ability to directly connect XLR inputs to the Stingray. When in need of more than 4 microphones, you can pair multiple Stingrays in succession through daisy-chaining. When daisy-chaining, you can create Zones for Stingrays with separate microphone sensitivities & the ability to mute all microphones within the zone. You can learn more about setting up Zones here. The Stingray can be rack-mounted to be kept with the rest of the equipment necessary for an easy install.