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TwinPlex takes the stage

TwinPlex takes the stage

TwinPlex takes the stage

TwinPlex provides ‘natural audio’ at both high and low frequency

A new line of premium subminiature 5mm omnidirectional lavalier and headset microphones has been released by Shure. Designed to stand up to tougher conditions, TwinPlex provides ‘natural audio’ at both high and low frequency when professional vocal performance is required. The patent-pending capsule technology is suited for quick costume changes and discreet placement for the diverse needs of theatre, broadcast, film and television and corporate presentations.

TwinPlex consists of four lavaliers – the TL45, TL46, TL47 and TL48 – and an ‘ultra-light’, adjustable headset microphone – the TH53 – and is available in multiple colours. A dual-diaphragm omnidirectional design claims to yield ‘off-axis consistency and low self-noise’. Available in 1.1mm and 1.6mm options, the paintable cables with redundant shielding are also said to be immune to memory effects, resulting in more flexible performance use. TwinPlex is also fitted with a superhydrophobic coating and interchangeable sweat-resistant frequency caps that keep perspiration and moisture from upstaging the audio.

The ADX series
The ADX series

For broadcasters, Shure has also released its AxientDigital ADX wireless transmitters. The ADX series offers enhanced features and form factors, including the ADX1 and ADX2 bodypack and handheld transmitters, ADX2FD frequency diversity handheld and ADX1M, claiming to be ‘the first micro bodypack with an internal self-tuning antenna’.

The ShowLink-enabled transmitters offer real-time remote control plus automatic interference detection and avoidance, and are compatible with the Axient Digital receiver platform, Quadiversity, to provide high-performance RF, improved audio quality, command and control and hardware scalability. Quadversity mode enables users to place sets of diversity antennas in different zones or double the number of antennas in a single zone, to improve RF signal-to-noise in challenging environments. A high-density mode can also increase the maximum simultaneous system channel count from 17 to 47 per 6MHz TV band (from 23 to 63 per 8MHz TV band).

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