Yamaha is all set to launch its Yamaha Voice Communication -1000 (YVC – 1000), a unified communication microphone and speaker system that delivers quality audio for use in remote conferencing situations.
In a statement Yamaha said that the product will be available in the market from next month onwards at $1499.
The YVC-1000 features separate microphone and speaker units that smoothly integrate audio and video for natural remote communication for mid- to large-size conferences. Speaker unit can be placed close to the display so that audio and video from the remote location blend naturally. Adaptive echo canceller and other Yamaha sound processing technologies facilitate stress-free conversation.
The YVC-1000 incorporates many high-quality sound technologies that Yamaha has developed over the years, including a unique Human Voice Activity Detection capability used to detect human voices.
The product has additional features like adaptive echo canceller, which delivers the clarity essential to business communication, noise reductions and auto gain control that ensures everyone can hear and be heard.
Yamaha also offers auto room EQ, which optimizes speaker output in real-time to match the dimensions and acoustic properties of any room. Automatic tracking is another highlight of the product, as it detect and track the location of a person’s voice in order to provide the clearest sound pickup. It easily distinguishes human voice from the background noise.
The product can be connected through Bluetooth or audio terminals, which help the organizations to host the conferencing even if there is a connectivity issue. Besides, the audio mixing function mixes multiple voice input sources connected to each interface (USB, Bluetooth, and audio input/output) allowing simultaneous communication over different lines.
YVC-1000 also features NFC compatibility, for quick and easy Bluetooth connection on NFC-compatible smartphones and tablets. Having English as the default setting, the product also supports English, Japanese, Chinese, Korean, French, Spanish, and German.