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Hybrid Video Conferencing: Ensure Everyone’s Heard Loud & Clear

Four people seated at a conference room while video calling with people on a display.

Design Your Conference Room with Better Audio in Mind 

Aren’t hybrid meetings incredible? Some teams meet from the office while other participants are located elsewhere, and we can all still see and hear each other with tools like Zoom and Teams. 

If only it were that simple. In reality, many businesses need help to overcome technical difficulties with hybrid meetings. One major challenge is audio. Remote participants often cannot hear what people in the conference room are saying since the only microphone is at the front of the room. Likewise, in the conference room, the only speakers are below the display, making staff strain to hear and pay attention. 

Hybrid meetings in the conference room aren’t meant to be treated the same way as using a laptop. Instead, businesses need the proper conference room AV to create a successful collaboration experience. Here’s how we can build systems that help your McKinney, TX, business succeed. 

Are you looking for conference room solutions for your business? Contact Texadia Systems today. 

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Tabletop vs. Ceiling Microphones: The Best Solution for Conference Room AV


Want to Make Your Conference Calls Sound Better? Choose the Right Microphone for Your Business

Is your business struggling to navigate the “new normal” of hybrid workplaces? You’re not alone. Modern meetings present new pain points when half the staff is in person, and the other half is working from home. Many business owners are left wondering: how do we handle meetings when only half the people are here?  

Some companies require everyone to call in from their computer, even if they’re in the office. But some find this method awkward and counterproductive. After all, why are we in the office if we’re not all meeting together?

Other businesses are taking a different approach. In-person staff meets over the same webcam at the conference table, and as a group, they join a video call. With high-quality conference room AV, the entire group can be seen and heard by a wide-angle camera and HD microphone.

But if you’re upgrading your conference room, that leaves you a choice. Should you use a tabletop or ceiling microphone? Both have their advantages, but which offers the best audio quality and experience?

Read on to discover the pros and cons of ceiling and table microphones. And to find conference room AV in the Dallas, TX area, learn more from Texadia Systems.

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