Shure releases new ceiling array microphone

Shure used ISE 2022 as a launchpad for its new generation Microflex Advance Ceiling Array Microphone, the MXA920.

This new addition to the Microflex Ecosystem portfolio brings a simplified deployment experience and enhanced audio performance, all packed in a familiar square as well as adding a new round form factor that opens up more architectural possibilities.

The MXA920 is the premier ceiling array microphone for contemporary meeting spaces. Automatic Coverage technology covers up to a 30 x 30 ft (9 x 9 m) area automatically, or places coverage in specific areas for more precise control of audio capture.

With next generation array architecture for enhanced directional pickup and more natural speech, the MXA920 is even easier to use and faster to deploy than the MXA910 for AV conferencing, camera tracking, voice lift, or sound reinforcement.

Other features include: onboard IntelliMix DSP with automatic mixing, echo cancellation, noise reduction, and automatic gain control provides a pristine audio mix; as well as sound reinforcement, voice lift and precise talker localisation reports for more accurate camera tracking.


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