Integration Guide - Nureva® audio and Google™ Chrome OS™ operating system

HDL200, HDL300 and Dual HDL300 systems
Last Updated: March 3rd, 2022

The HDL200, HDL300 and Dual HDL300 systems are compatible with Google Chrome OS devices. 

NOTE: Be sure to set the microphone input level on your Chrome OS device between 50% - 60% to avoid any distorted audio signals.

HDL200 system

Follow the steps below to integrate your HDL200 system with a Google Chrome OS device.

On the HDL200

  • Plug in the 54VDC power supply to the back of the HDL200
  • Connect a Windows® or macOS® computer using a USB-A to USB-B cable
  • Ensure the HDL200 is securely mounted on the wall or display mount
  • Download and run Nureva Console client
    • Follow the on-screen instructions and install any firmware updates
    • Scroll down to Settings to customize speaker output and microphone pickup (e.g. bass, treble, etc.)
    • Run "Recalibrate" to calibrate the system for the best HDL200 experience
  • Exit Nureva Console client and disconnect the USB-A connection from your computer

On the Google Chrome OS device

  • Connect the USB-A cable to any USB-A port on the Chrome OS device
    • NOTE: If your device only has USB-C ports, a USB-A to USB-C adapter can be used.
  • Set the microphone level inside Chrome OS by following these steps:
    • Click on the time in the tray to open quick settings
    • Beside the speaker volume slider, click the > arrow 
    • In the Audio settings menu, locate the HDL200 microphone input
    • Set the level between 50% - 60%

HDL300 system

Follow the steps below to integrate your HDL300 system with a Google Chrome OS device.

On the HDL300

  • Connect the microphone and speaker bar to the RJ45 port(s) on the connect module using the provided PoE cable(s)
  • Ensure the speaker bar is securely mounted on the wall
  • Connect the 54VDC power supply to the connect module 
  • Connect a Windows or macOS computer using a USB-A to USB-B cable
  • Download and run Nureva Console client
    • Follow the on-screen instructions and install any firmware updates
    • Scroll down to Settings to customize speaker output and microphone pickup (e.g. bass, treble, etc.)
    • Run "Recalibrate" to calibrate the system for the best HDL300 experience
  • Exit Console client and disconnect the USB-A connection from your laptop

On the Google Chrome OS device

  • Connect the USB-A cable to any USB-A port on the Chrome OS device
    • NOTE: If your device only has USB-C ports, a USB-A to USB-C adapter can be used.
  • Set the microphone level inside Chrome OS by following these steps:
    • Click on the time in the tray to open quick settings
    • Beside the speaker volume slider, click the > arrow
    • In the Audio settings menu, locate the HDL300 microphone input
    • Set the level between 50% - 60%
1629481243235-ChromeOS - AudioSettingsMenu.png

Dual HDL300 system

Follow the steps below to integrate your Dual HDL300 system with a Google Chrome OS device.

On the Dual HDL300

  • Connect all microphone and speaker bars to the RJ45 port(s) on the connect module using the provided PoE cable(s)
  • Ensure all speaker bars are securely mounted on the wall
  • Connect the 54VDC power supply to the connect module 
  • Connect a Windows or macOS computer using a USB-A to USB-B cable
  • Download and run Nureva Console client
    • Follow the on-screen instructions and install any firmware updates
    • Scroll down to Settings to customize speaker output and microphone pickup (e.g. bass, treble, etc.)
    • Start "Recalibrate" to calibrate the system for the best Dual HDL300 experience
  • Exit Console client and disconnect the USB-A connection from your laptop

On the Google Chrome OS device

  • Connect the USB-A cable to any USB-A port on the Chrome OS device
    • NOTE: If your device only has USB-C ports, a USB-A to USB-C adapter can be used.
  • Set the microphone level inside Chrome OS by following these steps:
    • Click on the time in the tray to open quick settings
    • Beside the speaker volume slider, click the > arrow
    • In the Audio settings menu, locate the HDL300 microphone input
    • Set the level between 50% - 60%
1629481243235-ChromeOS - AudioSettingsMenu.png


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