Wahsega is proud to introduce the Carina Classroom Microphone System, specifically designed to meet the unique needs of schools.
Key Benefits for Classrooms:
- Improves student learning
- Reduces teacher vocal strain
- Solving infrared microphone problems with RF technology
- Improved classroom audio coverage
- Comprehensive classroom audio integration
- Safety Features: Call for help
- Integration with campus PA systems
- Support for Distance Learning
The Carina Classroom Microphone is not just a tool for amplification but a comprehensive audio system with a 4-channel mixer for 2 microphones, 2 additional audio inputs and one audio output, catering to both in-person and distance learning audio requirements.
Safety is paramount, and the Carina Classroom Microphone system excels with a built-in call button feature, providing peace of mind for both teachers and students. At an affordable MSRP of $599 for the Teacher Mic Kit, Wahsega is revolutionizing classroom audio solutions without breaking the bank.
Designed to integrate with all Carina IP Speakers and IP Displays, this microphone system is a central component of the Carina ecosystem, supporting distance learning and enhancing teacher voice reinforcement. The system ensures that during critical announcements, local audio is muted for undivided attention to school-wide communications.
Investing in the Carina Wireless Microphone system represents a significant cost saving compared to other market solutions, emphasizing Wahsega’s commitment to providing high-quality, cost-effective educational technology.
Learning a new language is challenging, especially with pronunciation and nuances. Hearing the teacher clearly is crucial for understanding a new language. The Carina Teacher Microphone enhances audio clarity, ensuring every student can hear equally.
Teachers face a high risk of vocal strain, leading to increased absenteeism. The Carina Teacher Microphone enables teachers to use their normal voice levels. Teacher Voice Amplification improves classroom engagement and understanding.
Research shows that students sitting at the front of classrooms tend to outperform their peers in the back, largely due to better hearing conditions. Implementing classroom microphones can equalize auditory access, significantly improving academic outcomes and future success potentials for all students.