ClearOne has impressively created a wireless microphone system that combines Power over Ethernet (PoE), Dante, and up to 350 usable frequencies — telling us that the DIALOG UVHF system is ever-versatile and powerful.
As if having a wireless microphone system is not convenient and versatile enough, the new DIALOG UVHF is designed for a wide range of audio applications. It features five lavalier, lanyard, and headset-type body microphones, two handheld microphones, a boundary microphone, and three gooseneck microphones for podium use.
Any of these microphones are designed to handle audio conferencing, video collaboration, and sound reinforcement for any room size which makes it a dream for integrators, room designers, and meeting hosts to use.
While having such a wide array of microphone choices, one would think that setup may be difficult. However, the DIALOG UVHF wireless microphone system is designed to be simple and efficient. The access point of the DIALOG UVHF is lightweight plenum-rated making it easy to be mounted in walls, ceilings, tables, and VESA mount holes.
Since ClearOne’s solutions are designed to support all leading collaboration platforms, the DIALOG UVHF wireless microphone system can easily be installed and used for Microsoft Teams, Google Meet, GoToMeeting, Zoom, and WebEx.
For reliability, the DIALOG UVHF has a Dante-enable system with an eight-channel Dante Access Point for reliable signal transmission. There’s also an option to use a DIALOG UVHF Dante interface, which has eight Euroblock balanced analog outputs, mixed output, USB audio output, and eight GPIOs.
The DIALOG UVHF is also currently the only system currently on the market with a wireless access point that has antenna redundancy and diversity. It also has dual antennas to allow spatial and polarization diversity, which helps keep audio quality clear and seamless even in harsh environments. With a wired ethernet connection, the ability to connect management software with the DIALOG UVHF is also made easier as it can be done via a web browser.
All models are powered with a 12-hour off-the-shelf Li-ion battery that can easily be charged via USB-C, but users also have the option to charge them using an eight-bay network-connected charging dock.