Blog: Drop the mic

 

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Welcome to our blog page

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!

An Audinate Featured Blog:  The Benefits of Dante

An Audinate Featured Blog: The Benefits of Dante

Ever since the formal launch of TIM-1000, our award-winning tracking intelligent microphone, people have been curious to see how it sounds, reacts and adjusts to the environment it is in. This revolutionary product eliminates several factors that typically impede speech intelligibility. Coupled with outstanding sound quality, TIM is at the right place and time to create a new standard for huddle rooms, conference rooms and videoconferencing facilities.
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The Name of the Game - Adaptability

The Name of the Game - Adaptability

As a manufacturer in the AV and technology industries if you are not adaptable, you will not survive. It is as plain and simple as that. Adaptability is the name of the game and the greater your ability to accommodate change, the greater your chances of thriving in the marketplace
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Ceiling Solutions are Looking Up with TIM 1000

Ceiling Solutions are Looking Up with TIM 1000

When it comes to AV functionality and microphone design, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. For some, a well-dressed conference table with a microphone neatly installed at each seat complete with its own mute button and status LED is nirvana. For others, seeing anything on the table presents an eyesore and impacts the room’s design.
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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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