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MEDIA VISION USA INTRODUCES TAIDEN HCS-4100MG MAIN UNIT FOR NEW 4100nG CONFERENCING SYSTEMS

HCS-4100MG Digital Conference SystemSan Francisco, CA, March 30, 2009 – Media Vision USA has announced for the very first time the TAIDEN product, HCS-4100MG, a fully digital conference main unit designed for the needs of today’s conference systems.

The TAIDEN HCS-4100MG fully digital Conference Main Unit brings the latest in digital technologies to the conference microphone system. The TAIDEN HCS-4100MG features parallel redundancy and multi room configurations, the ability to adjust microphone EQ and sensitivity individually, and true plug-n-play hot swappable design. Microphone gain can be adjusted between -15dB and +15dB and there are four pre-select EQ settings; Normal, Parliament, Press, and Theatre. The HCS-4100MG also adds a balanced (XLR) output for system audio to be connected with an existing house system and a faster more responsive Voice Activation mode. The new Voice Mode settings offer a sliding scale for the threshold and a 1 – 15 second adjustment to the automatic turn off time.

Taiden HCS-4100MG is the newest component in the TAIDEN digital Conference Microphone System which also includes the HCS-4100nG Series Contribution Units (Delegate and Chairmen Stations with Built-in Speakers and Detachable Gooseneck Microphones), the TAIDEN DCS Software Modules (including Microphone Management, Electronic Voting, Video Control, and Simultaneous Interpretation).

The HCS-4100MG can be integrated into Video Conferencing Systems by adding a Pan/Tilt/Zoom camera and telephone hybrid, making the 4100ng applicable for Law Firms, Corporate Entities, and Organizations looking to improve communications between offices.

“This is what Users have been waiting for,? said Wesley Sutliff, Product Manager of Media Vision USA. “With the stronger audio processing for individual microphones, the [HCS-4100MG] will allow for a better quality of audio to be heard by all.?

The TAIDEN HCS-4100MG will be 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 the United Nations. Additional information can be found at www.mediavision-usa.com

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