Phoenix Audio Technologies to Introduce the Condor at InfoComm 2015

The Product That Will Change the Face of Your Conference Room

IRVINE, Calif., June 8, 2015 -- Phoenix Audio Technologies announced today that it will introduce its revolutionary audio solution, the Condor, at the InfoComm show in Orlando on June 17-19. The Condor is an all-in-one audio system that is positioned on top or next to your conferencing monitor and addresses all your audio pickup needs. The Condor utilizes a multi-microphone array to create audio beams that zoom in and pick up any voice from distances of up to thirty feet. It is equipped with analog, USB, and optical interfaces, so that it can easily connect to any video conferencing system, and use any type of loudspeakers, including external sound bars or your monitor's internal speakers.


In addition, the Condor has a built-in SIP phone that can be operated and controlled using a dedicated application that runs on most mobile devices.

The Condor encompasses Phoenix's latest audio technologies, including Direction Finding, Beamforming, Echo and Noise Canceling, and Adaptive Gain Control. These algorithms provide a high quality, seamless, clutter-free, and extremely economical solution for your conference room.

"With the growing popularity of huddle rooms, our customers face the challenge of having to install complicated, cumbersome, and expensive audio solutions. We developed the Condor so that all of the conferencing solutions, such as the monitor, video conferencing camera, and audio pickup hardware could be positioned in the same location and out of the way," says Joseph Marash, Phoenix Audio Technologies' CEO. "We were able to place the microphone system away from the participants while maintaining high quality audio with the help of our vast experience and sophisticated portfolio of algorithms. The Condor is the perfect solution for huddle rooms, mid-size conference rooms, and rooms equipped with a Smart Board. Upon the release of Microsoft's Surface Hub, the Condor will also be the optimal accessory for its video conferencing, collaboration, and gaming applications."

The Condor will completely change the look and dynamics of conference rooms. It will be on display at the Phoenix Audio Technologies Booth #1879.

About Phoenix Audio Technologies
Based in Southern California, Phoenix Audio Technologies is a world leader in real-time audio communication solutions. We're driven to provide top quality, crystal clear, full-duplex audio solutions for Voice over IP (VoIP), web conferencing, distance learning, and video conferencing applications. Phoenix is on the leading edge of developing innovative products such as microphones, speakerphones, conference phones, PCI products, and other audio accessories that improve the performance of existing conferencing devices. Our technologies can increase productivity by enabling people to communicate freely and naturally in the workplace.

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