Nureva Audio Edtech New Features
Nureva HDL 300 Audio conferencing technology with a difference
Nureva Audio Edtech New Features - Lecture capture with Active Zone Control
Want lecture capture to be easier? Want better audio for remote students? Active Zone Control, a groundbreaking extension of Microphone Mist™ technology, focuses pickup on a configurable zone for greater ease and exceptional audio.
Be heard without the hassles
Forget the inconvenience of headsets and lapel mics and the hassles of recharging mics or looking for batteries. With the HDL300 or Dual HDL300 systems with Active Zone Control, audio pickup comes from thousands of virtual microphones. Just turn the HDL300 on and you’re ready to go. Instructors can move freely and be confident about great audio for lecture capture and remote students.
Customise your zone
Controlling the pickup zone in a classroom with a traditional audio conferencing system might require a technician to mix, or even move, multiple microphones. With Active Zone Control, a simple interface allows you to adjust the pickup of an HDL300 system’s virtual mics to emphasize any area at the front of a room. And it’s easy to switch Active Zone Control off to capture classroom discussions.
Designed for mid-size spaces up to 25' x 25' (7.6 x 7.6 m), the HDL300 system employs patented Microphone Mist technology to provide true full-room pickup and continuous autocalibration. And you can install it yourself in less than 30 minutes.
It might be the most economical audio conferencing system for large rooms up to 30' x 50' (9.1 x 15.2 m). Two easy-to-install microphone and speaker bars can exceed the performance of multicomponent systems at a fraction of the cost.
High marks from our customers
When the University of North Carolina invited instructor and audiovisual technology expert Gary Kayye to design his dream classroom, he chose Nureva audio for lecture capture and audio conferencing. The results? “It’s a game changer,” said Gary. “The HDL300 system is constantly monitoring so that the things that are most important for a recording are captured.” High quality audio also means Gary can lecture from remote locations with confidence. “Instead of canceling class, I’m giving students the same experience – not almost the same experience, but literally the same experience – as if I was standing in front of them at the front of the room.”