5 Steps to a Small Conference Room:
Small Room
  • Check your room's acoustics and lighting.

    Flat surfaces reflect sound, so hard floors, doors and walls can distort your voice. This can be remedied by laying carpet, hanging curtains and installing a soft pin-up board or portable office partition.

    Reduce lighting behind presenters. Bright backlighting makes it hard to see their faces.

    Consider painting your walls a neutral or soft grey tone.

  • Install microphones and speakers.

    A computer's or webcam's integrated microphone and speaker system may be enough for a small room. If not, see our suggestions for mid-size rooms.

    If you use microphones and speakers that are not built-in, be sure to face the speakers away from the microphones.

  • Install cameras.

    Position cameras at eye level for better eye contact. If your camera is atop a big screen, you may have to reposition it to the side of the screen.

  • Install screens.

    One screen should be enough for a small meeting room.

  • Configure your Mac/PC and iPad Controller.

    Connect your screen, microphone and camera to your Mac/PC. Then run Zoom Rooms app on your Mac/PC and iPad controller.

Suggested Equipment:
  • 1 Screen:
    32" to 50" LCD/LED monitor
  • 1 HD Web Camera:
    High definition webcam with microphone and "Pan Tilt Zoom" feature, such as a Logitech PTZ Pro or AVer CAM520
  • 1 Mac or PC:
    i5 or higher processor
  • 1 Touch Screen:
  • 1 Speakerphone:
    TV speakers or standalone speakerphone, such as a Revolabs UC500
  • 1 Controller:
    iPad or iPad Mini
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