Revolabs Inc. is the premier provider of audio solutions for unified communications, enterprise collaboration, and professional audio applications across a wide range of markets. Offering unmatched audio quality that allows users to "hear every word," the company's teleconferencing and microphone systems are utilized across the globe for a variety of applications, from webcasts and video conferencing to podcasts and broadcasting. Combining the ultimate in flexibility with sleek, stylish form factors, Revolabs solutions cut the cord, facilitating natural mobility by allowing participants to move about a workspace and still be heard, without being held back by wires. Leading the way in innovation, the company continues to add to its portfolio of value-added audio and telephony systems with superior products. Revolabs systems are secure (encrypted), rechargeable (environmentally friendly), and GSM-impervious. Revolabs, Inc is a fully-owned subsidiary of Yamaha Corporation as of March 2014. As a market-leading worldwide corporation, Yamaha’s specialty in voice communication and Revolabs’ success in audio conferencing brings a new level of audio technology expertise to the industry. Revolabs is headquartered in Sudbury, Mass.
Revolabs FLX™ UC 500 - USB Conference Phone
Revolabs FLX™ UC 1000 USB & IP Conference Phone
Revolabs FLX UC 1500 USB & IP Conference Phone with Extension Microphones
Revolabs 10-FLX2-101-VOIP FLX 2 VoIP SIP System w/ one Omni and one wearable microphone
Revolabs 10-YVC1000-NA (Yamaha YVC-1000) Unified Communications Conference Phone - Bluetooth® + USB
Revolabs, Inc. a wholly owned subsidiary of Yamaha Corporation, announced that The Channel Company’s technology review arm, CRN® Test Center, has named its FLX™ UC 1500 Conference Phone a 2015 Product of the Year.
Mon 7, December 2015 AV News,Press Releases
The improved echo cancellation allows the microphones to match the performance of the dual-speaker system in the FLX UC product line, creating a robust, high-performance audio platform for unified communications that allows users to hear every word.
Thu 15, October 2015 AV News