Yamaha’s RM-CG dynamic beamforming ceiling array microphone and RM-CR conference processor are the heart of the company’s new intelligent Adecia conferencing solution.

Yamaha Adecia conferencing systemBringing automated room tuning and dynamic, multi-beam tracking to conference environments, the system is designed to provide flexible audio intelligence for the meeting spaces in a wide variety of locations and situations. Adecia is based on Dante audio networking and comprises the RM-CG dynamic beamforming ceiling array microphone, the dedicated RM-CR conference processor, Yamaha’s VXL1-16P line array loudspeakers and the SWR2311P-10G PoE+ switch.

Central to the system is the RM-CR conference processor, which automatically recognises microphones and loudspeakers on a shared network. During commissioning, it sets the optimum sound settings for the environment, taking into account the location of loudspeakers and microphones, the room’s reverberation characteristics and echo responses. Auto-tuning is achieved with a simple, five-step process using a web-based interface. The system then performs auto mixing of all connected Dante audio sources. The conference processor can handle a wide range of sources, including dynamic microphones, analogue line level I/O, USB, Bluetooth and SIP telephony.

The RM-CG dynamic ceiling array microphone features multi-beam tracking technology that focuses on voices. The spiral layout of its microphone elements enables the RM-CG to provide the most precise beam possible for voice capture, while excluding continuous background noise using proprietary noise reduction algorithms and Human Voice Activity Detection (HVAD). Combined with its beam tracking technology, it can clearly pick up individual voices, even when more than one person is speaking.

Adecia features further intelligent audio technologies. including speaker tracking, adaptive acoustic echo cancellation and more to deliver clear remote communication without the requirement for technical knowledge to set the system up. Dante audio and the control and power are supplied through one LAN cable, while three different mounting methods – ceiling, VESA and wire mount – are included to suit any space.

The Yamaha RM-CG ceiling microphone and RM-CR processor are also designed to work with other Yamaha or third-party components for flexible system design. If, for example, a Yamaha MRX7-D matrix processor is used with a PoE switch supplying at least 15W, the RM-CG can be integrated into existing installations.*

‘As times and business requirements change, achieving pristine audio quality in rooms for training, conferences, meetings and multi-purpose use normally require costly expertise to design, install and set up,’ says Yamaha Europe’s Pro Audio & AV Group Senior Director, Nils-Peter Keller. ‘The introduction of Adecia now allows customers to easily customise and configure a professional audio solution for remote conferencing and collaboration. With added safety requirements in today’s spaces, Adecia enables a contact-free conference experience, meaning remote working and social distancing have no impact on the ability to communicate.’

More: https://uc.yamaha.com/adecia

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