Extron Introduces New Lightweight Handheld Wireless Microphone for Use in the Classroom
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- Joe da Silva, Director of Product Marketing
- Extron Electronics
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Anaheim, California (June 29, 2010) - Extron Electronics is pleased to introduce the new VLH 102 Handheld Microphone, an infrared wireless microphone with a cardioid capsule and durable polycarbonate enclosure for use with Extron VoiceLift® classroom sound field systems. VoiceLift Microphone Systems create a sound field within the classroom so that students can hear the instructor over ambient noise levels. Designed for student use in the classroom, the easy-to-hold lightweight VLH 102 microphone features an anti-roll collar to keep the microphone from rolling off flat surfaces and helps prevent the IR emitters from being blocked during use. The VLH 102 is ideal for use in applications that require a pass-around microphone for student presentations and secondary microphone applications such as team teaching and guest speakers.
"This new handheld microphone extends the functionality of the VoiceLift System and encourages student participation in the classroom," says Casey Hall, Vice President Sales and Marketing for Extron. "The VLH 102 can be added to existing systems or be purchased as part of a dual mic system."
Additional features include an On/Off/Mute switch to silence the mic for private conversations or when not in use and an auxiliary input jack to allow playback from audio devices like MP3 players through the system. The mic includes a single, AA-sized, long life 2500 mAh NiMH battery that provides 8 hours of talk time. The battery can be conveniently recharged in the microphone using an external charger or the VLC 202 Desktop Charging Station.