Nureva debuts HDL200 system for audio conferencing in small spaces

The HDL200 is powered by Microphone Mist technology, which fills the entire meeting space with thousands of virtual microphones

Nureva has debuted the HDL200 audio conferencing system, the newest addition to the company’s line of advanced audio solutions. Beautifully crafted and specifically designed for the needs of meeting spaces up to 18′ x 18′ (5.5 x 5.5 m), the HDL200 system delivers the same consistent and reliable audio pickup that Nureva’s award-winning HDL300 systems deliver for larger spaces.

The HDL200 is powered by patented Microphone Mist technology, which fills the entire meeting space with thousands of virtual microphones so that everybody is heard no matter how softly they talk, where they move in the space or the direction they face. Unlike beamforming and tabletop omnidirectional microphones, there are no dead zones where it is difficult to be heard. The HDL200 is 46.4″ W x 4.8″ H (1.18 x 0.12 m) with 10 front-facing microphones to offer maximum installation flexibility. It can be mounted above or below a display, on the wall (mounting bracket included) or on a mobile stand.

Supporting third-party meeting room peripherals was also a design consideration, with the option of a cleverly designed optional magnetic camera mount and a display mount. The HDL200 also has an integrated full-color display that is perfectly sized for small rooms to give in-room participants helpful information such as time, volume and mute on/off. Further enhancements are envisioned through future integrations with other products such as room control, building information management and room booking systems. 

“Our customers are receiving tremendous value from the HDL300 systems and have been asking when we will have a similar solution for their smaller rooms,” said Nancy Knowlton, Nureva’s CEO. “With the introduction of the HDL200 system and Nureva Console, we are excited to offer them a full line of systems and management tools to support their desire for standardization and simplicity.”

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