The Crestron® UC Video Conference Smart Soundbar and Camera (UC-SB1-CAM-FLEX) is a front-of-room device that eliminates the need to install additional microphones, speakers, or cameras in a conference space. Mounted on the wall or placed on a credenza beneath the room display(s), the smart soundbar looks great and sounds even better in a small to medium-sized meeting space.
USB Speakerphone and Camera
The UC-SB1-CAM-FLEX comprises a high-performance AEC-enabled speakerphone and camera. It is available as part of a complete Crestron Flex UC video conference system kit. A single USB 3.0 connection provides a plug-and-play interface to the Crestron Flex UC Video Conference System.
Superb Sound Quality
The soundbar facilitates conversations with exceptional audio fidelity and pickup. Its integrated 180° far-field microphone array faithfully captures voices throughout the room using adaptive beamforming technology. Its high-powered, two-way stereo speakers produce full, rich and real sounding audio. High-performance AEC technology achieves transparent full-duplex performance free of distracting echo or noise. Additional digital signal processing assures optimal sound quality for an immersive experience.
Intelligent HD Camera
The integrated Huddly IQ™ camera features an ultra wide-angle 150° diagonal field of view to capture an entire conference room in Full HD 1080p video resolution. High precision aspherical optics, 12 MP CMOS sensor, and advanced video processing ensure an immersive, crystal clear video image free from light or noise artifacts or optical aberrations.
Genius Framing digital autozoom intelligently detects the people in the room and frames them perfectly for an optimal view. With Genius Framing, there’s no need to control the camera manually or rely on stored presets. When conferencing, the camera image adjusts automatically to frame everyone in the shot.1 People counting analytics detects and reports the number of people in frame.
Analog Audio Input and Output
Additional audio connectivity is provided through unbalanced stereo analog input and output jacks on the rear panel. The input accommodates any line-level audio source, which feeds to the internal amplifier and speakers with no volume control or other signal processing. The output is provided to feed an assistive listening system, and carries the same audio signal as the soundbar speakers.