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ProAV training room Follow

Zoom Rooms can work with new or existing ProAV equipment. For a training room that sits 30+ people, we recommend two wireless microphones (one lavalier and one handheld) plus two ceiling microphone arrays for seamless audience engagement along with a QSC amplifier, QSC ceiling speakers and a QSC Digital Signal Processor that connects to the Zoom Rooms PC or Mac.

The environment will be a two-output environment distributed throughout the space with two 86" primary displays. A pole mount with two 55" confidence monitors will show the same content and video participants.

The audience-facing camera will be mounted above the video participants on the primary wall and the presenter-facing camera will be mounted below the confidence monitors to replicate eye contact with the presenter. The wireless presenter microphones will be the primary audio for voice lift in the space and Zoom input audio. Any audience questions or comments will be captured by the ceiling microphones to be heard by the participants on Zoom. Audio from the far end and content share will be heard over ceiling mounted speakers. 

Notes:

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Equipment

Primary displays

Confidence monitors

Cameras and accessories

Video distribution

Network switches

Audio components

Computer and accessories

Controller

Scheduler (optional)

Cables and supplies

Bulk supplies

Furniture

Pictorial diagram

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Technical documentation downloads

Room Controls

This system is wired for room control capabilities to turn displays in the system on/off to align with operation times, as well as microphone LED control to align with mute sync status, which eliminates the need to use HID through Q-Sys. The USB network adapter on the Zoom Room, as well as all displays and microphones, must be set with static IP addresses on the AV subnet.

Room controls can be implemented in two ways to control devices:

  1. Direct device control for each display and microphone
  2. QSC DSP control, allowing QSC to use Room Controls "Rules" as named controls with a true/false value. From there, named controls can be translated into device controls via QSC.

Sample static IP table download (PDF) (follow functional schematic for device name)

Configurations