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ClearOne BMA 360 Microphone Recognized as Best in Market at ISE 2022


For the sixth time since its debut in 2020, the ClearOne BMA 360 microphone has been recognized by the world’s most discerning AV buyers with the announcement today by ClearOne that the beamforming mic has been awarded the prestigious Best in Market Award at ISE 2022. The microphone was one of only three winners in this year’s award program.

The ClearOne BMA 360 is considered to be the first truly wideband, frequency-invariant beamforming microphone array that provides the ultimate natural, full-fidelity sound. The microphone is ideal for broad sets of rooms thanks to its advanced beamforming technology, greater functionality, and enhanced features.

The Best in Market Award program is presented by leading industry publication Sound & Video Contractor at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE), the world’s largest AV and systems integration show. The program recognizes the most innovative technology within the AV industry, and the judges include respected AV and IT managers, directors, engineers, industry consultants, and integrators.

ClearOne’s President & CEO Zee Hakimoglu shared in a statement:

“Over the past year and a half, the BMA 360 has proven to be one of our most valuable solutions as organizations and individuals prioritize impeccable sound quality. It’s an honor to be recognized by Sound & Video Contractor at one of the world’s most prominent AV trade shows. This win, together with the five previous awards, underscores our success in creating truly innovative solutions that enhance the experience of our customers around the world.”

The ClearOne BMA 360 features groundbreaking technology including FiBeam™ and DsBeam™, and Voice Lift technology, which has helped the BMA 360 stand out in the industry. Conference participants can experience natural and full-fidelity audio across all beams and within a single beam and superior rejection of reverb and noise in difficult spaces for clarity and intelligibility.

Ash Burnett

Hailing from Chicago, IL - Ash made his break into journalism at the age of 23 writing music reviews for a local website. Now in his late 30's and after being pulled closer towards the technical side of the music and live gig industry, he founded Shout4Music to write thorough microphone reviews.

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