Olympus Olympus Conference Recording Kit – The all- in-one 355.
The Olympus 355 Conference Recording Kit is perfect for those looking for high quality meeting recordings for larger groups.
- Featuring the new Olympus DS-3500 with Stereo Recording Capability
- Conference Recording Kit features six omni-directional table top boundary microphones for high quality sound reproduction
- Customizable Carrying case with lock and shoulder carrying strap
- “Daisy Chain” capability to allow the user to use as few as one, or as many as six microphones depending upon the size of the group
Simplicity and quality combined into one convenient meeting recording kit. Use up to three microphones per channel (left and right) to record small or large conferences or meetings. This unit is very popular for corporate boards, municipalities, and educational facilities.
Why record in two channels?
We always include a recorder with the ability to record in stereo, or two channels, so that the transcriptionists, typist, or secretary has the ability to listen to only one channel at a time when playing back the recording. This feature allows the listener to eliminate “over speak” conditions, where multiple people are speaking at the same time. The ability to separate the channels allows the user to produce more accurate documents without the need to play and replay the same section of recording over and over.
Need to capture the audience or others not at the table?
To accomplish this used to require a major cabling project with multiple remote microphones and at minimum a mixing board. This setup is too costly for most users, becomes outdated quickly, is not portable and can be confusing for anyone who is not a sound engineer.
With the simple addition of the Voice Tracker Array microphone to one side of the splitter, you can easily capture speakers from up to 33 feet away! The Voice tracker Array microphone contains eight directional microphones that will “point” to the speaker in the audience, or at a display area automatically, and in mere milliseconds. Set it on your conference table or other stand, point it in the direction where you need to capture sound, and you are done.