Yamaha YVC-1000 smoothly integrate audio and video for a natural remote conferencing experience
The Yamaha YVC-1000 features separate microphone and speaker units that smoothly integrate audio and video for natural, comfortable remote communication. The high performance, full range speaker unit can be placed close to the display so that audio and video from the remote location blend naturally, while adaptive echo canceller and other Yamaha sound processing technologies facilitate stress-free conversation. The YVC-1000 automatically optimizes its acoustic settings by learning about the acoustic environment of a room as it operates
The YVC-1000 incorporates many high-quality sound technologies that Yamaha has developed over the years, including a unique Human Voice Activity Detection capability used to detect human voices. HVAD is an important element of several different sound processing features that require fast and efficient sorting of noise and human voices in order to make speaking and listening a more relaxing, stress-free experience during remote conferencing.
Connect to the Yamaha YVC-1000 via USB, Bluetooth, or the audio terminals of a conferencing system for high quality audio in your conferences and meetings. This range of connection options allows you to quickly adapt to a variety of communications environments, as well as situations where conferencing might otherwise be difficult due to the lack of a landline, or internet connectivity issues. The YVC-1000 also features NFC compatibility, for quick and easy Bluetooth connection on NFC-compatible smartphones and tablets.
The Yamaha YVC-1000 utilizes an automatic tracking function that allows it to detect and track the location of a person’s voice in order to provide the clearest sound pickup possible. The ability to distinguish human voices from random background noise is particularly useful in conferences held in noisy environments with a large number of participants. The YVC-1000 microphone and speaker system that delivers high quality audio for use in remote conferencing situations will be available by mid July 2014 for approximately $1,499.