I use Movi and Videxio a great deal for work. They're good. Says
it's the first video conferencing system whose primary function isn't
The biggest problem with Movi is that it can be difficult to understand
what people are saying, particularly when they're far away from the
microphone(s). Most people seem to use headphones, but sometimes when
we're hacking we keep the connection up for hours. Wearing headphones for
hours is not for me.
So I thought, how about getting some good speakers and seeing if
that helps with comprehension? And it does. I have to keep the volume
low to avoid feedback problems, but I hear and understand even when
the volume button is just a shade above zero.
A clear productivity benefit. Maybe one day I can stop flying so much.
The ones I got are called
Genelec is a Finnish manufacturer of studio monitors and suchlike.
When I plugged the 6010As into my minimac's headphone output the
result was foggy and muddy, but when I use USB and a Nuforce Icon
μDAC-2 their sound quality is more than good enough for video