The Nureva HDL410, audio conferencing for large spaces
27 October 2022 // 2 mins read
Nureva has launched the Nureva HDL410 audio conferencing system to ensure that larger hybrid spaces can benefit from high-quality audio without the cost and complexity of traditional solutions.
The system combines two Nureva microphones and speaker bars with a new connect module, powered by next-generation Microphone Mist technology. Additionally, a unified coverage map to deliver pro audio performance in spaces measuring up to 10.7m x 16.8m.
The unified coverage map enables the microphone and speaker bars to act as a single device, with one map spanning the entire space. This greatly improves audio performance and sound location data accuracy for camera switching and steering, while avoiding the challenges of systems that require manual setup and complex processing to stitch together overlapping coverage areas from multiple ceiling microphones.
The new Console Direct feature provides a secure and continuous connection between the HDL410 and Nureva Console, allowing IT managers to manage the HDL410 remotely without having to rely on an in-room computer running client software. Users get access to remotely install firmware updates, check device status, view analytics and historical data, change settings and access APIs from the Nureva Developer Toolkit.
Also new is an audience mute feature within Nureva’s Voice Amplification Mode, which can focus microphone pickup on the presenter or instructor’s voice while reducing other microphone pickup in the space.
The HDL410 connects by USB and can be installed in about an hour, with no DSP required. Microphone Mist technology handles echo cancellation, noise reduction, position-based gain control and the challenges of several in-room participants speaking simultaneously.
The HDL410 is currently in the certification process for Microsoft Teams. This would make the HDL410 the first microphone and speaker bar-certified for extra-large Microsoft Teams Rooms.
Nancy Knowlton, Nureva’s chief executive, said: