Rocware A10 USB Cascade Speaker Microphone oppicially released: 10m radius pickup, stable connection and advanced audio quality.

In reference to the market feedback and trend, people have been getting used to individual conferencing microphones since the pandemic, and the drawbacks of it appeared very soon. Thus, the cascade microphone is gaining popularity now. So in this series of essays, we will help you to know some basic things about cascade microphones and Introduce the Rocware newly coming cascade conference microphones one by one.

The Rocware A10 Microphone is a Newly Launched

At the beginning of October, Rocware launched the A10 USB Cascade Speaker Microphone. The fully upgraded full-duplex collaborative audio hardware made a stunning audio quality, sliver appearance, and two extension microphones in its packing box.

It adopts the combination mode of primary microphone and extension microphone to pick up the voice in 10 meters ultra-long distance. Also, it's a microphone array design and supports 360° omnidirectional pickup with A10's built-in high-fidelity sound cavity and AI intelligence audio algorithms to escort your high-quality meetings.

This A10 pack is a category of conference cascade microphones. Before we developed this A10, we examined how various the cascade audio hardware market is. And in this essay, we'll focus on the table cascade conferencing microphone and divide them into three categories.

The main three categories of table cascading microphones

A10 belongs to the first category, the wired connection microphone kit using several more miniature extension microphones to make up the main microphones.

Image participants sit around in a big conference room, and if the power of speaker is not high enough, people sitting away won't hear the voice very clearly, while those people's voices won't be picked up by only one microphone. Two more miniature extension speaker microphones cascaded with the primary speaker microphone vastly improve the speaker's audio quality and pick more voices a distance away.
The drawback is the additional power supply and more wiring requirements will make the table a bit messy. On the other hand, once all the wires have been connected, this conference room is well-settled and easy to maintain.

Speaking of wiring cascading microphones well settled, there is another kind of cascade table conference microphones. This kind of microphone doesn't need more miniature microphones to cascade; it can be cascaded with the same microphones. This category seems more flexible to different sizes of conference rooms and conference tables. However, the number of the same microphones that can be cascaded depends on the product design. And we'll discuss the differences in detail in the following essay (Rocware RM702 introduction).

And the final one is the wireless cascade microphones. Wireless is the trend everywhere. There are no additional wires needed, and more convenient to carry. Nevertheless, its technology seems limited in the online conference audio field.

First, the wireless connection is the instability. The different distance between every pair of microphones will affect the audio and cause packets to lose. Charging is necessary but not conducive to the stable hardware layout of a conference room.

Also, the available number of such microphones only supports 1-2 cascades, which is more suitable for a smaller conference room.

The Right Microphone to maintain a stable conference room

The A10 USB Cascade Speaker Microphone is a microphone that supports USB Connection, A wired connection, and low transmission loss to realize good sound quality.

It's stable, easy to use, and packed with two small extension microphones to apply in 20-100㎡ Conference rooms.

Compared with the other kind of wire connection microphones that supports cascades it with the same others, it's not overkilled and expensive, which should quickly get popularity in most business collaborations.

What's the most featured thing? It has a very ideal and advanced audio quality for a full duplex. Rocware's independent audio algorithms and over seven years of manufacturing experience provide AI Noise Reduction and low-frequency speaker design.



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