Ambient Recording

Yes, when not used in conjunction with an external key-switch trigger, the Symphony Ambient Recording solution can be configured to trigger recording on audio detection and terminate recording after a period of silence.
on 02/24/2014
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Yes. A standard 3.5mm audio out allows Symphony Ambient Recording to be connected to a remote, amplified speaker system for through-the-wall monitoring, or alternatively a Public Address (PA) system may be connected for broadcasting to larger groups.
on 02/21/2014
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Yes. Symphony Ambient Recording can be configured to use an external switch device to start and stop recording. This can be deployed in a variety of ways; for example panic buttons, glass breakage detectors, PIR's and door/window contacts. In addition, amplitude threshold triggers and, in the case of synchronous audio and video recording, advanced motion detction, may be used to trigger recording start/stop events.
on 02/21/2014
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Yes. All Symphony media types are time stamped and tightly synchronised so if you are recording a room using the Ambient Recording Solution then you can also record the same room using our CCTV recording solution and when both are replayed together the audio and video will be synchronised.
on 02/18/2014
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Yes. The Symphony Ambient Recording Solution can be ordered with an optional room status light which displays the current recording status of the Symphony system. This allows at a glance confirmation that a room is ‘live’ and recording is in progress. For wireless microphone systems the room status light can also provide information for if a microphone is out of range or low on batteries.
on 02/18/2014
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Yes. A Symphony Ambient recording solution can either be implemented as discrete boundary microphones to record an entire room or as user-worn wireless microphones to allow for finer granularity of recording. Wireless microphones start recording as soon as they are lifted from the charging cradle and stop recording when they are replaced. It is even possible to have a hybrid system incorporating both microphone types!
on 02/18/2014
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