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Enhancing Learning Environments: Atlona Unveils the OME CS31 SA at ISE 2024

Atlona, the provider of AV distribution and control solutions, showcases its commitment to the education sector with the introduction of the OME CS31 SA at ISE 2024. Tim Albright from AVNation engages in an insightful conversation with Robert Bird from Atlona at the Atlona booth to delve into the features and benefits of this new product designed specifically for the education market.

The OME CS31 SA from the Omega line offers a comprehensive solution tailored for both higher education and K12 institutions. In addition to AV switching and USB integration, the OME CS31 SA features a mixer amplifier and K12-specific audio integration capabilities. With features like PA sense and audio ducking, Atlona ensures clear communication and optimal audio performance in educational settings.

Atlona’s commitment to inclusivity is evident with the inclusion of amplified output and line output routing capabilities in the OME CS31 SA. These features facilitate the integration of assistive listening systems, ensuring that all students have equal access to classroom audio.

Atlona’s robust control system, coupled with the OME CS31 SA ‘s occupancy sensor compatibility, offers seamless automation for classroom environments. Automatic display control and source switching enhance user experience and simplify AV management for educators and IT administrators.

For more information about Atlona’s innovative solutions for education and beyond, visit atlona.com. Stay updated with AV Nation for exclusive interviews, product showcases, and updates from ISE 2024.

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