San Diego County Building Industry Association Trusts Yamaha

Yamaha UC is the conferencing solution provider of choice for the Building Industry Association (BIA) of San Diego County. Integration company Shultz AV selected and installed ADECIA’s award-winning line array microphone and speaker system for the organization’s conference room, which solved the poor audio quality of the old system and provided an exceptional meeting experience for in-person and remote participants.

“ADECIA completely changed the whole dynamic of the meeting,” said Glenn Shultz, CEO of Shultz AV. “Now anyone who speaks is heard clearly from both sides – those joining in person and those joining remotely.”

The conference room’s old conferencing system consisted of outdated cameras and piped audio from phone lines. The audio setup resulted in a myriad of issues, including all in-person attendees crowding around a speaker, people talking over each other, remote attendees unable to hear in-person attendees due to the distance between the telephone line and the monitor (and the length of the room) and the failure to project remote participants.

Yamaha’s ADECIA conferencing solution solved these problems. ADECIA is an innovative family of communication products that provides a complete and customizable audio solution, delivering the most comfortable and easy remote conferencing experience for any meeting or learning space. The easy-to-install solution is comprised of four Yamaha products: a choice of microphones (RM-CG Ceiling Array, RM-TT Table or RM-W Wireless), the RM-CR Processor, Yamaha’s longstanding PoE switches , and VXL Series line array speakers. The complete solution immediately detects all system components and optimizes their configuration for the room environment, taking into account speaker and microphone placement, reverberation and echo behavior. Setting up a room is done via the system configurator in four simple steps. With USB, Bluetooth, Dante and analog connections, this flexible system can adapt to a variety of meeting spaces.

The BIA solution included an RM-CG ceiling microphone, an RM-CR signal processor, a network switch, two line array loudspeakers and two RM-TT table microphones. Although the room can accommodate up to 40 people, only one ceiling microphone is needed to amplify all voices. Two Line Array speakers deliver ample, evenly distributed sound throughout the conference space. As a result, the sound is neither too loud at the front nor too quiet at the rear. Finally, the two RM-TT table microphones serve as elegant and easy-to-reach mute buttons. Since meetings can sometimes involve side conversations and private comments spoken by participants in the room, table microphones are a convenient and practical solution.

“Audio is the most essential part of any meeting, and it should never come at a cost to the room environment or the location of attendees,” said Holger Stoltze, Ph.D., senior director of technical sales and marketing, Yamaha Unified Communications. “ADECIA was designed to streamline the conferencing setup experience and ensure that every person is relayed and heard with confidence. BIA is a great example of applying the features and benefits of ADECIA.”

More information on the full line of Yamaha Unified Communications products can be found at uc.yamaha.com

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