Auditel pioneered the concept of the conference microphone system onto the market. 40 years later, we are still market leaders and innovators.
Our microphone systems are our core product, and at the core of every formal meeting, is a conference microphone system.
Conference mic systems not only enable amplification of voices in large spaces, but also induce control to any meeting, largely through the familiar ‘gooseneck’ microphone and its red luminant ring.
We produce the best quality microphone systems available today, which continue to be manufactured on British soil.
Our microphone systems comprise of how many ever units you need for your system (we recommend 1 unit per speaker), a central control unit, plus some cabling. The units we create can be fixed to the tabletop, flushmounted into the desk or completely portable.
Some of the other features we can supply as standard are:
All microphones come with a push-to-talk button
Ring luminant microphone to show which microphones are live
LED name plate on the back of units for easy identification
Detachable gooseneck microphones
Headphone jack with volume control
Listening posts for simultaneous translation
All of our microphone units work in a push-to-talk system, however if you would like full meeting control such as voting, speech timers and camera display, we supply a conference control system which allows this extra functionality.
Our microphone units are entirely bespoke, and will be manufactured from custom-made panels, in size, shape and spec. They are available in any finish desired, and can be embossed with a logo or pinned with a badge.
The various elements of any microphone unit can even be separated, through our remote-fixing units. So for example, you could have a separate voting panel to your gooseneck / PTT button.
What this offers, is total flexibility to our clients, so rather than pushing a product upon you, we will simply ask you what you need.
This has proven very useful for many institutions whose venues in which they wish to use their microphone systems, are protected by Conservation (listed buildings).