Louroe Audio Surveillance Review

Author: Ethan Ace, Published on Jan 28, 2012

When discussing audio for security applications, Louroe Electronics is normally the first name that comes up. In previous discussions on our LinkedIn group, nearly every member commented support for Louroe. In this update, we will overview their line, and discuss where specific products may or may not fit.

Louroe, based in California, manufacturers a variety of products for use in audio monitoring and intercom applications. Most commonly, their audio monitoring kits and microphones are used for police interview rooms. While they are not providing a unique product, as most, if not all of these components could be sourced elsewhere, they have done a good job of assembling packages in common configurations that integrators may need, and making them simple to install.

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