What kind of microphone should I choose for video conferencing? As the core product of a video conference, choosing the right microphone will affect the effect of the entire video conference, and a good omnidirectional microphone can enhance the entire system.
A high-quality video conference microphone must have the following two characteristics
Many people have no concept of this microphone, and generally use gooseneck microphones or directional microphones, so a conference system must use a lot of microphones. In fact, a highly sensitive omnidirectional microphone can meet the sound collection needs of the entire conference room.
2. Anti-echo howling
During a remote meeting, the sound is more important than the picture. If the video picture quality is relatively poor, it may be acceptable, but if the sound effect is poor, it is tantamount to greatly reducing the content of the meeting. During the meeting, there are naturally strict requirements to combat echo and howling. It is assumed that one party to the conference always produces howling or excessive echo during the conversation, which will seriously affect the conference effect. So the microphone of the video conference must have this kind of function.
So how do ordinary microphones avoid the problem of echo and howling?
The reason is simple, it is generally designed to be low sensitivity and directivity to avoid howling. When such a microphone also brings a problem, that is, the speaker must be very close to the microphone, and if multiple people are required to speak during a meeting, multiple microphones must be installed.
Therefore, an omnidirectional device with anti-echo and howling came into being.
The omnidirectional microphone is designed for video conferencing. A qualified video conference microphone must have omnidirectionality and a large enough collection range, and must also be able to resist howling and echo. Because the omnidirectional microphone has the function of anti-echo and howling on the circuit, the sound from the other party must be processed by the circuit on the chip, so most omnidirectional microphones have audio input and output functions, no matter it is The built-in speakers in the device still need external speakers...
Because the collection area of omnidirectional microphones is relatively large, generally speaking, installing an omnidirectional microphone in a conference room (please click on omnidirectional microphone) can basically meet the needs of conference speech......