Yamaha UC Hosts School Giveaway for ADECIA Ceiling Solution

Date published: 3/9/2021

SUDBURY, Mass. — March 9, 2021 — Yamaha Unified Communications is giving away a complete ADECIA Ceiling Solution to a K-12 school or higher education institution, an over $10,000 value. A comprehensive classroom audio solution that is ideal for hybrid and remote learning, ADECIA ensures the highest-quality audio communication. ADECIA includes the brand-new multi-beamforming RM-CG ceiling microphone and RM-CR audio processor, as well as Yamaha's long-trusted PoE switches and VXL Series line array speakers to ensure students hear every word.
 
“As hybrid and remote learning become commonplace, it’s essential that educators have the tools they need to support learning equality — audio is paramount to that goal,” said Michael Fitch, vice president of sales and marketing at Yamaha UC. “This giveaway is an opportunity for schools to win an audio system that is prized in enterprise but just as critical in education for its clarity, intuitiveness, and ease of installation.”
 
Schools using ADECIA can enable hybrid classrooms with audio that ensures both in-class and virtual students receive an equal learning experience. Teachers have the flexibility to move freely around the classroom without sacrificing audio pickup. The system is touchless for added safety protocols, easily managed remotely by AV/IT departments, and even suitable for all modes of learning, including lecture capture and voice-lift applications. Schools in the United States are eligible and can enter the giveaway now through March 19. Enter at https://info.uc.yamaha.com/adecia-for-academics.
 
Qualified for the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund, ADECIA enables higher education to overcome implementation, configuration, and room acoustic challenges brought on by the surge in online learning opportunities by providing all the equipment required for a successful installation with the highest audio quality. Every component of the system, from the microphones to speakers as well as the required networking and communication equipment, automatically integrates thus reducing time, costs, and installation complexities.
 
The complete solution immediately detects all components of the system and configures them to be optimized for the room environment, accounting for the location of speakers and microphones, reverberation, and echo behavior. Setting up a room is done through the system's configurator in four effortless steps. With USB, Bluetooth®, Dante, and analog connections, this flexible system fits a variety of learning spaces.