Revolabs FLX Wireless Conference Phone with 2 Omi Directional Microphones.

The FLX™ is designed specifically for mid- to small-sized conference rooms, executive offices and SoHo environments. No longer designed as a single component like yesterday’s phones, the wireless Revolabs FLX has redefined the traditional design of conference phones and instead, is comprised of several distinct components giving you unprecedented freedom with respect to placement and accessibility of the speaker, microphones and dial pad. Microphones and speaker can be placed throughout an office to optimize sound quality. In an executive office, the speaker and a microphone can be on a small conference table, while the second microphone is on the executive’s desk, allowing natural participation from different areas of the room. No more shouting across the room so that listeners on the other side of the conference call can hear you!

Superior Audio Quality
Patent pending technology delivering spoken word clarity
Wireless Freedom
for Optimal Sound
No wires required to operate the conference phone; move microphones and speaker where you need them; dial from anywhere in the room
Phone, AUX in/out, Bluetooth
Make private calls using handset
RevoLabs RF Armor
No more cell phone buzz or interference
Simple Setup
Up and running quickly
Stylish Design
The telephone becomes the focus, not an eyesore

High Definition Audio for Voice Applications
The HD Wireless Microphone frequency response is CD quality, 50 Hertz to 20k Hertz, which allows it to pick up the entire human voice spectrum of 80 Hz to 14 kHz.  This wideband frequency response improves sound fidelity.
RF-Armor™ Technology Included in Every HD Wireless Microphone
New Revolabs HD Wireless Microphones are impervious to Radio Frequency (RF) interference!  They can be used in direct contact with all wireless electronic devices known to cause unwanted audio interference, such as GSM mobile phones, smart phones, etc. 

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