Blog: Drop the mic

 

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In creating the Clockaudio blog our intention is to share some inside and anecdotal thoughts on the audio industry, the professionals we work with and the triumphs and challenges we face as a manufacturer that still believes that sound quality is the foundation for every good AV project. We invite you to check back often for our latest blogs. Read on!

Hut, Hut, Hike: How Huddle Rooms Have Changed the Field of Play for Conference Rooms

Hut, Hut, Hike: How Huddle Rooms Have Changed the Field of Play for Conference Rooms

Just a few decades ago, organizing a meeting meant you had to try and schedule all participants to be present in the same room at the same time. A task that was often easier said than done. For a national or global company and people in various locations around the world, meetings used to require travel and time spent out of the office, adding significant costs.
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Have It Your Way: Customization Never Scares Us

Have It Your Way: Customization Never Scares Us

When most manufacturers shy away from customization, Clockaudio embraces it, and this month we thought we would share why and how this ability contributes to our long-time success. Every now and then an application will call for a specification of a microphone that is non-existent. This might be a particular place where any standard microphone cannot be mounted to perform adequately, or a specific demand that meets the need for a seemingly extreme solution.
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Some More Elaboration on Collaboration: People

Some More Elaboration on Collaboration: People

Today companies are fully embracing collaborative environments and the products and technologies that we provide to them must meet the ever-changing needs of these spaces. Sure, having a quality microphone, great sound quality and the proper placement of those mics is critical to ensuring that the message you are sharing in any collaborative space is crystal clear. Particularly in video-conference applications, making sure you pay attention to how sound is captured and heard is paramount to enabling participants to “get the job done.”
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