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Date: 12/18/2019
Sponsored by: Kramer


The implementation of voice lift in an AV conference system or meeting room environment can be complex. Special considerations range from separate signal paths for capturing audio and voice lift sound reinforcement, to configuring virtual references for the acoustic echo cancelers. This session highlights some considerations for voice lift systems as well as the voice lift application for conference rooms in a broad sense. We discuss techniques that help the system designer and the installer properly design, install, and configure the system for maximum gain-before-feedback and effective performance. 


Criss NeimannCriss Neimann, Sr. Market Development Specialist, Shure Incorporated
Criss's audio career began in fourth grade, working in his father's music store. Since then this multi-talented musician has worked behind recording and mixing consoles, designed AV sound and lighting rigs, and programmed a variety of DSP systems. As part of Shure's Market Development team, Criss cultivates key Western U.S. industry relationships through technology support, educational seminars, and speaking engagements.

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