The Condor is a beamforming microphone array with a built-in DSP. Designed to provide a clutter-free solution with multiple interfaces for audio pick-up, this microphone array is perfect for huddle-rooms and open spaces. The Condor is compatible with any speaker or sound bar.
We bought the Condor to be used in a large open space about 50 x 50 for all hands meeting for both premise and remote staff. The microphone sensitivity was amazing! The guest speakers who were the closest to the microphone was crisp and clear, but to our amazement the audience asking questions about 40ft from the mic bar was equally crisp and clear.Bryant WongAmazon Reviewer
The Condor MT600 is a solid, reliable piece that performs well in most environments! Best part is the plug and play ability, that's ready out of the box.Chris CruiseCEO & President of CrownAV
It turns every inch of our 22 x 12 conference room into a giant speakerphone. You can stand in the far corner and talk very quietly, and the caller on the other end hears it clearly.Erik SzaboAmazon Reviewer
This was just what we needed for a large conference room that we wanted to convert into a Zoom Room. Audio quality is impressive and picks up sound from the back of the room. Fits in perfectly with the look and feel of the room.Mark HillenburgAmazon Reviewer
The Condor is a great microphone for our large conference room. We did not want to wire a bunch of microphones around the room for our zoom video conferencing. The Condor fits the bill perfectly! Literally plug and play. Just mount it to the wall and run a USB to the computer.BenjaminAmazon Reviewer
The Condor comes with two installation options:
- Wall mounting; the Condor comes with two wall mounting brackets
- Stands; two stands are provided to placing the Condor on a flat surface
- Brackets for TV Mount available (sold separately).
Each Unit Includes:
- USB cable
- 5V power supply
- CAT5 Cable
- 2 wall mounting brackets and 2 stands
- 2.25 ” Diameter / 48″ Length
- Weight: 3.3 lbs
Offering multiple interfaces in a single product. This feature allows the use of one product in a room that requires multiple connectivity options (audio and video conferencing).
The ability to connect two calls from different interfaces simultaneously, making your video conferencing participants able to speak with your audio conferencing participants as well as yourself through your device.
The ability to recognize the direction of the person speaking in the room.
The ability to steer the directionality of the device’s microphones. Beamforming improves noise and echo cancelling as well as the overall quality of the device’s pickup. This feature works in conjunction with direction finding.
Power Over Ethernet (POE)
The ability to provide power to the device through the ethernet connection getting rid of the need to use a separate power supply.
The ability to provide power to the device through the USB connection getting rid of the need to use a separate power supply.
This Condor supports a mounting system that allows you to attach it directly to the wall.
LEDs indicate the voice pickup and direction as well as muting.
Filters out ambient room noise such as air conditioning and background office or traffic noise
Acoustic Echo Cancellation
Prevents your microphone from transmitting the voice picked up from your speaker
Automatic Gain Control
Automatically adjusts your microphone sensitivity so that you are heard loud and clear regardless of your tone and distance from the device
Improves audio pick up quality in reverberant rooms with hard reflective surfaces such as exposed, concrete, marble, or glass walls and ceilings
Steering or directing an audio beam to pick up audio only from the direction of the person speaking, while canceling noise from all other directs
SIP (IP Phone)
USB – both data and power
Analog Speaker In via two RCA jacks (left and right signals)
Digital Speaker In via optical link (stereo)
RJ45 Ethernet link – for network connection and IP phone
Analog Speaker Out via two RCA jacks (left and right signals)
Analog System Out (microphone output) via RCA jack (line level)
Digital Speaker Out via optical link (stereo)