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Revoluto Technology - Microphones for Maximum Freedom of Movement

 

The Revoluto Principle

Revoluto vertical and horizontal array microphone compared with a gooseneck microphone

The Revoluto principle is based on the patented microphone array technology, where microphone capsules are arranged in a row. Compared to gooseneck microphones this creates a much greater voice range. As a result, the speaker must comply with neither the pick up pattern nor the usual small speaking distance.

 

 

Horizontal Microphone-Array

  • Great freedom of movement – volume and sound quality remain the same whether sitting or standing.
  • The speaker can be close to the microphone or further away. Due to the array technology sound fluctuations are minimised by different speech distance.
  • No fading in and out when you move your head to the left or right.
  • The discreet installation to the ceiling allows an optimal voice recording.

NEW - Vertical Microphone-Array

Due to the vertical array, a horizontal corridor characteristic is created (horizontally cardioid, vertically lobar). This gives the speaker even more freedom of movement to the left and right. It is also possible that two participants share one microphone or that at video conferences several people are recorded. Due to the vertical lobar polar pattern the gain before feedback is optimised for ceiling systems.

  • The speaker can be close to the microphone or further away. Due to the array technology sound fluctuations are minimised by different speech distance.
  • The vertical arrangement of the array allows maximum freedom of movement to the right and left without volume waste. The attenuation up and down limits the recording of signals and noises from the ceiling and table.
  • Due to the large voice range two people can share one microphone. The microphone can also be used for video conferencing with several people. Due to the lateral placement of the microphone the workplace is free for laptops.


Products with vertical microphone-array