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Phoenix Audio Technologies Brings Enhanced Audio Conferencing Installment Capabilities To Education Market

Burbank, CA, August 13, 2013 – Phoenix Audio Technologies, a world leader in real time audio communications, recently expanded the capabilities of its conference speakerphone, the Quattro3, to meet the needs of the ever changing and growing learning environment. With the introduction of two new accessories for the Quattro3, the unit can now be mounted to the ceiling as well as be installed over 100 feet away from the power outlet and video codec. The exceptional pick up range, up to 20 feet, coupled with a powerful loud speaker, covers almost twice the area as traditional conference speakerphones. Thus making the Quattro3 the only conference speakerphone with the ability to cover a room while mounted to the ceiling. Broadcasting in full HD audio, the Quatto3 ensures a crystal clear audio environment for all participants.

The capabilities of the Quattro3 provide distance learning facilities with a more affordable alternative to traditional ceiling mount setups that require high-end microphones, audio mixers and speakers. The Quattro3 is an all-in-one device that has proven to be just as effective as high-priced installed audio conferencing systems. The plug-and-play features of the Quattro3 eliminate the need to individually test and balance each microphone in a room. The ease of setup makes the Quattro3 an easily deployed solution for all learning environments.

The patented beam forming and superior echo cancelling technologies in the Quattro3 guarantee top performance whether the unit is placed on a tabletop or mounted to the ceiling. The Quattro3 Power Hub extends the power and data connection range to distances over 100 feet.

“The Quattro3 is already a compact unit, perfect for mounting onto a ceiling with our ceiling mount kit. With the release of the Quattro3 Power Hub, there is no need for users to worry about how far the Quattro3 might be located from its power and data source. We are already seeing this solution utilized in a number of educational, as well as telemedicine applications,” says Jonathan Boaz, VP of Sales and Marketing at Phoenix Audio Technologies. “We are thrilled to be able to bring this type of solution to the education market and provide teachers, students and school faculty with an easy, clutter-free and superior audio performance for distance learning and video conferencing settings.”

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