USB and Bluetooth Connections, NFC-Compatible, Audio Terminal Connections, Connect Up to Five otal Microphones, Connect To External Speakers, Automatic Audio Tuning of Acoustics, External Microphone Input, Human Voice Activity Detection
You can connect to the Yamaha YVC-1000-NA Unified Communications Microphone and Speaker System via USB, Bluetooth, or the audio terminals of a conferencing system to provide high quality audio for meetings in academic and professional applications. The range of connection options allows you to quickly adapt to a variety of situations where conferencing might otherwise be difficult due to the lack of a landline or Internet connection.<>With integrated Near Field Communication (NFC), you can connect to the device by simply placing a NFC-compatible smartphone or tablet over the NFC logo on the top of the control unit while the Bluetooth button is blinking.
The rear panel features a pair of RCA audio inputs, a pair of RCA audio outputs, a second pair of RCA audio outputs for connecting to external speakers, a USB type B port for connection to a computer, and a port for connecting to the external tabletop microphone. Up to four additional microphones can be added to the system to cover a wider area and accommodate more conference participants.
Communicate With Various Sources Simultaneously
Mixes multiple voice input sources connected to each interface (USB, Bluetooth, and audio input/output) allowing simultaneous communication over different lines. For example, while connected to a web conference via USB, you can also include more participants via smartphone using a Bluetooth connection by using the audio mixing function to combine the audio sources.
Optimizes acoustic settings by learning about the acoustic environment of a room as it operates. If any acoustic problems are detected, the tuning fork button lights up orange to warn the user. Details on acoustic problems can be accessed through the audio guidance function
Adaptive Echo Canceller
Intelligently eliminates the echoes generated when microphones pick up sounds from speakers in environments with varying reflective properties. Adaptive echo canceller processes sound of up to 20,000 Hz to facilitate clear effective conversation
Utilizes an Automatic tracking function that allows it to detect and track the location of a person's voice in order to provide clear sound. The ability to distinguish human voices from random background noise is particularly useful in conferences held in noisy environments with a large number of participants
Automatic Gain Control
Automatically boosts or attenuates the gain for individual voices depending on their level and distance from the microphone. Automatic gain control utilizes HVAD technology to ensure that only human voices are amplified, providing clear and concise communications even in noisy environments
Suppresses or eliminates unwanted sounds emitted from sources such as projectors and air conditioners. Continuous noise is removed from ambient sound picked up by the microphones in order to ensure that listeners hear only clear intelligible voices
Naturally occurring reverberation can often wreak havoc on sound quality in remote conferencing situations. Offering excellent vocal clarity even in spaces subject to excessive natural reverb. The unit suppresses the reverberation caused by the varying sonic characteristics of different environments
Automatic Room EQ
Optimizes speaker output in real time to match the dimensions and acoustic properties of any room. Audio quality is adjusted automatically based on the audio signal of the current call to provide a more listenable tone and even reduce unwanted echoing
Connect to an External Microphone
Features an external microphone input for applications such as remote classes or seminars where a handheld microphone may be preferable
|Low Impedance:||8 ohm|
|Manufacturer Part Number:||YVC1000|
|Country of Origin:||Japan|