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SLX goes digital, while Axient makes any mic wireless

SLX goes digital, while Axient makes any mic wireless

SLX goes digital, while Axient makes any mic wireless

Shure’s SLX wireless series has gained a new digital entry

Shure’s out-of-the-box SLX wireless series has gained a new digital entry in the form of the SLX-D. Offered in single- and dual-channel models, the SLX-D can handle up to 32 wireless channels per frequency band without dropouts, reportedly providing better performance in congested RF environments, and is being targeted at installations where ease of use matters the most – houses of worship, schools, local governments and corporate environments.

The SLX-D transmitters run on either standard AA batteries or an optional lithium-ion rechargeable battery solution with a dual-docking charging station. To aid with setup, the SLX-D is equipped with Guided Frequency Setup and a Group Scan feature that lets users set up multiple channels by assigning frequencies to all receivers automatically via Ethernet connections.

“As we support customers in education, houses of worship, corporate facilities and theatres, we recognise the need for an easy-to-use digital wireless system with rock-solid RF performance that can scale as the needs of the venue or spectrum environment change,” said Nick Wood, senior wireless category director at Shure. “With the SLX-D, we can offer a solution that is both state-of-the-art and great value.”

At the other end of Shure’s product portfolio, a new wireless transmitter for its flagship Axient Digital system has been released that transforms any XLR microphone into an Axient Digital microphone. The Axient Digital AD3 Plug-On Transmitter is a compact unit sporting an XLR connector and small OLED display said to be easy to read in challenging lighting conditions, as well as boasting a sweat-, moisture- and debris-resistant construction. Compatible with Axient Digital AD4D and AD4Q rack receivers in standard or HD modes, the AD3 is for high-tier broadcast, film and TV applications that require a flexible connection to a wired microphone. The unit has been designed to provide portability and connectivity, while still offering the reliability and performance that are synonymous with Axient. The transmitter also includes a pouch, belt clip, USB-C cable and supports both conventional AA and Shure SB900A rechargeable battery options.

Shure has also announced a hardware customisation programme for the Microflex Complete (MXC) Digital Conference System that enables the manufacturer to respond to special requests for unique hardware variations. Options include front panels in sizes for user-specified dimensions; multiple colours in both brushed and matte finishes, including black (standard), aluminium clearcoat, bronze, gold, grey, blue, orange and red; customer logo and button labels in alternate languages; an assortment of features and control layout that match the customer’s meeting procedures; and a colour touchscreen that displays meeting information and enables control of features.

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