Phoenix Audio Solo USB
Phoenix Audio Solo USB

Phoenix Audio Solo USB



  • USB interface
  • Small footprint
  • Mute button
  • Echo cancellation
  • Noise suppression
  • Automatic gain control
  • Durable aluminum casing

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Product Description

Phoenix Audio Solo USB

The Solo USB is a powerful microphone with boardroom conference quality in a desktop design. The microphone redefines the standard for business quality Voice Over IP conferencing. It will enhance your output with clear audio and full-duplex technology, while resolving background noise, acoustic echo and proximity effects. This device connects to speakers, which will be required for the unit to function. USB Solo Phoenix Audio

Solo USB

Solo USB

The Solo is ideal for:

  • Small offices or home offices
  • Classrooms and training rooms
  • Webinars and web conference
  • Deposition

The Solo is compatible with PC (Windows and Linux) and Macintosh (MAC OS).

Weight 12 lbs
Dimensions 8 x 12 x 8 in

Size 1″x2.75″x4″ in (W x H x D) Weight 0.6 lb Power USB power for PC and Laptop (LED will illuminate) Audio Acoustic echo cancellation >40 dB Noise cancellation >10dB Residual echo is suppressed to the environment noise level to prevent artificial ducking of signal Power level equalization Convergence speed 40 dB/sec Tail length (200ms) Convergence during full duplex (No recovery time after full duplex) Low delay (10 msec) Bandwidth 20 – 7500 kHz for speech processing maintains the soundcard bandwidth for other applications (ie; music, gaming, etc.) Mute button Performance High-end performance: conforms to ITU-T G.167 standard for echo cancellers • 100% full duplex Performance – No attenuation (either way) during full duplex Fast convergence, even when In full duplex mode Very low delay Connectivity USB cable

FAQs for Phoenix Audio Solo USB

Q: Image width appears to be compressed (distorted aspect ratio) on the HaddleCam HD 18x demo video. Is this typical of this unit?
— Asked by Gerry King on May 1, 2014
A: The intro video was recorded in 1080p and the USB connection was recorded in 720p using Zoom.US. The camera is definitely capable of 1080p 60fps.
— paul0017

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