Minnetonka, Minn., USA (JANUARY 2021) – Vaddio, a leader in the Pro AV and videoconferencing industry, adds the Vaddio Ceiling Speaker and USB Audio Bundle to its full suite of conferencing and collaboration products. The Vaddio Ceiling Speaker is optimized for easy installation and accurate voice reproduction. The 2-way speaker is built with a specially designed coaxially mounted cone tweeter and a high-performance 4" metalized cone woofer and rubber driver surround for long-lasting use. The speaker can be flush mounted in a wall or ceiling and comes with a lightweight ceiling tile brace.
"With the growth in hybrid learning spaces, we see an increasing need for remote participants and on-premise faculty and students to easily communicate during live classes. This is achieved by selecting quality speakers optimized for voice and collaboration, not repurposing speakers used for building paging or settling with built-in display speakers. Having people huddled around a shared laptop is not an option anymore." Said Vaddio Product Manager, Scott Rolfes. "We designed our speaker to be simple to install, cost effective, and just an easy choice to make to immediately improve the hybrid learning experience for both staff and students – no training required."
Vaddio refreshed their popular EasyTalk Audio Bundle with a new USB Audio Bundle which includes a pair of the new speakers, two best-selling CeilingMIC ceiling microphones and an EasyUSB Mixer/Amp for a complete audio solution suitable for most conference room and classroom sizes. The USB Audio Bundle provides driverless, plug and play audio with popular videoconferencing platforms like Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Google Meet, GotoMeeting and more.
"The addition of the new Vaddio Ceiling Speakers to our ConferenceSHOT AV camera and microphone create the distance-learning-in-a-box solution education institutions are searching for." said Rolfes. "We are excited to launch new audio products that are really going to make a difference as people return to learning in shared spaces. Making sure everyone is heard has never been more important."