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Infographic Highlighting the differences between Nureva HDL300 and Traditional Video Conferencing Audio

Posted by Ryan Pinke on

We wanted to share an infographic from Nureva which highlights the major differences between using the Nureva HDL300 and traditional audio within video conferencing enabled meeting rooms.  It's a fairly long infographic, but it illustrates what we have found with the HDL300 - it's just easier than traditional audio solutions.  

What do we mean my easier?  First, it gives you the same audio quality (or higher) of component based room audio, but in a single product, rather than multiple installed products.  Second, it provides you with today's advanced audio technology.  Third, the overall cost of ownership is lower - it starts with the installation and continues through support.  We know from experience, more "pieces" means more points of failure, and that translates directly to higher support costs over the long haul.

Honestly, the Nureva HDL300 and the Dual HDL300 are quickly becoming our "go to" audio solution for large rooms.  Is it a fit for every large room?  No, it's not.  But it is a solution for the majority of rooms which would previously have required multiple products, hours of installation and setup, and ongoing support. 

We also have Zoom Rooms kits featuring the Nureva HDL300.

Scroll through the Nureva infographic below to see how the HDL300 compares to traditional audio solutions.

The Infographic was created by Nureva, but from what we've found, it's an accurate depiction of the challenges of large room audio, and the differences between a traditional solution and the Nureva HDL300.  If you have any questions, or would like talk about your specific large room, we are always happy to help you find the perfect solution for your Video Conferencing and your meeting spaces.

Check out the video we did with Nureva to illustrate the capabilities of the Nurvea HDL300.

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