Media Vision USA will display, for the first time at InfoComm 2010 Booth #C7396, the TAIDEN 8300 Series Conference Solution, ncluding the new HCS-8300MA Conference Main Unit. This solution uses TAIDEN’s newest technology, CongressMatrix™, adding several new features for audio processing and distribution. The 8300 Main Units, with versatile features, are excellent for use in council chambers, boardrooms, auditoriums, and any other application requiring high quality sound and intuitive control over the meeting.
The HCS-8300MA includes 8 discreet audio outputs including advanced onboard DSP for the distribution of audio the many destinations required in modern meeting environments. Now any contribution microphone can be sent to any and all outputs with adjusted gain for each send. Further, the outputs have multiple stages for dynamic processing including time delay for large venues.
Also in the new 8300 Series is the HCS-8307D, a new delegate unit with 7” touch panel interface that allows for the participant to view video content, have a one-to-one video conference with another delegate, and access other areas for meeting control. Optional accessories in the 8300 series include touchless IC-Card readers, 10 Key security interface, and a thumbprint reader. The HCS-8300MA is also CobraNet ready and is fully capable of interfacing with 3rd party devices using CobraNet, including Mixers, Recorders and Distribution Amps.
“The greatest achievement in the new 8300 series is the ability to use fiber optic to combine rooms,” says Fardad Zabetian, President and CEO of Media Vision USA, “The new HCS-8300MA can be combined with multiple rooms across a campus or even a city!”
“This new line of Conference System is really showcasing the dedication of TAIDEN to meet the needs of the consumer,” added Wesley Sutliff, Product Manager of Media Vision USA, “The 8300 system can be adapted for use across many different applications because the hardware is designed in modules; simply use the features you need and leave out the rest.” Additionally, the same features that make the HCS-4100 Digital Conference Series such a powerful tool in Conference Management, camera follow audio, electronic voting, and automatic audio and video recording, are all present in the new 8300 series.
Information on the TAIDEN HCS-8300MA is available throughout the existing Media Vision USA representation network in North America www.mediavision-usa.com/sales.html
About Media Vision USA Headquartered in San Francisco, California, Media Vision USA is the lead provider of conference microphone discussion systems, electronic voting, and simultaneous interpretation to the audio-visual industry. Media Vision USA has provided state of the art systems for such customers as colleges, city councils, banks, corporate boardrooms, and auditoriums. Additional information can be found at www.mediavision-usa.com