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Today's Podcast centers around the new Poly Studio R30 Video Bar. When you listen, you'll find out the details of this new video conferencing tool. Among the things I'll cover are:
Whether you decide to listen to this Podcast, or watch our Youtube video on the Poly Studio R30, you'll probably end up impressed with what Poly came up with on this product. It's packed full of features, and getting it set up is simple and easy.
The Poly Studio R30 is designed for anyone who needs to be on video calls at home, or at an office or huddle room with others. And you won't pay thousands for it like other video systems, because it's affordable. More on that coming up.
In terms of resolution, the Poly Studio R30 delivers full 4K. And because of that, it's doubtful that you'll be getting any complaints about quality from anyone you're on a meeting with.
You also get a full 120 degree field of view so you can get yourself, and your colleagues in the same frame. That's very helpful especially in those instances where you're doing a group presentation, or your boss is talking to the team.
The 5x zoom keeps the image sharp too, even when at the tightest shot. Nice to know that when zoomed in, you won't look grainy and out of focus to those looking at you.
The Studio R30 also voice tracks, or as it's sometimes referred to as active speaker, which Poly calls cut mode. Well, whatever you call it, the simple truth is, the R30 is intelligent enough for the camera to track the person speaking so the far end viewer isn't left with a voice, and no image.
In terms of compatibility, the R30 connects to MAC or Windows computers. For Windows machines, it requires versions 10 or 11. For MAC's it requires versions 10.15, 11 or 12.
Regarding the microphone details, the Studio R30 comes with an 8 microphone array that's noise canceling. And Poly didn't spare the expense on the tech that went into this. They include noise block Ai, as well as Acoustic Fence technologies that work in concert to deliver great voice audio quality, as well as background noise reduction. Poly added to that echo cancelation, and noise surpression which helps to guarantee you'll sound great on your calls. that's a lot audio tech packed into this device.
The Studio R30 has two convenient USB ports that give you the option to plug in a computer if you want to take your call private, or maybe just charge up your mobile phone. However you use it, it's convenient and a nice touch.
You can connect via Bluetooth, or via USB. When connecting via USB, all you need to do is plug it into an AC power outlet, and into your comuter USB port. That's it. Pretty simple wouldn't you say?
I've only scratched the surface here, but at this point you should know how much a Poly Studio R30 costs. It's priced at $799.99, which I think is a big time bargain for everything this thing does. Want a better price? use coupon code BLOG when checking out on our website, which is, www.headsetadvisor.com