Snom enhances its PA1 public address system

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Snom has unveiled the PA1+, an enhanced version of its PA1 public address and audio playback system.

The audio system features a multicast function that suits environments including large offices split across multiple floors, doctors’ surgeries, supermarkets and airports.

The PA1+ offers a complete component upgrade and is based on the proven architecture of the Snom D735 desk phone, with a 6.5 watt high-performance amplifier that can fill large rooms with sound via a 600-ohm loudspeaker system.

Gigabit interfaces are also offered for connecting other devices such as LAN cameras and automatic remote configuration via Snom’s secure redirection and provisioning service. The new public address system also conforms to security standards including SHA2.

Oliver Wittig, senior manager of projects and consulting at Snom, said, “We are always surprised at how creatively system integrators and partners use our public address system. By optimising [the PA1] with the latest security, connectivity and audio standards, we are helping our partners to push potential boundaries for the seamless integration of a diverse range of systems and draw on the full variety of possible application scenarios of our SIP bridge.”

The new Snom PA1+ will be available from August 2022.