’‹’‹Shure releases new wireless transmitters

Shure has launched its Axient Digital ADX series of wireless transmitters

The ADX series includes the ADX1 and ADX2 bodypack and handheld transmitters: the ADX2FD frequency diversity handheld and ADX1M micro bodypack with an internal self-tuning antenna.

ShowLink-enabled transmitters allow for remote control of all transmitter parameters, automatic interference detection and interference avoidance technology.

The ADX series can be coupled with the AD610 ShowLink access point to establish a wireless network between linked Axient transmitters and receivers for control over the Axient Digital coverage area.

The ADX series also features Quadversity mode, which enables users to place sets of diversity antennas in different zones, or an increased number of antennas in a single zone.

A high density mode is also included, increasing the maximum simultaneous system channel count from 17 to 47 per 6-MHz TV band from 23 to 63 8-MHz TV band.

Axient Digital has a 20 Hz to 20 kHz range with a flat frequency and accurate transient response, as well as AES-256 encryption and 2ms latency from the mic transducer to the analogue output.

The series is also compatible with Wireless Workbench and the ShurePlus Channels app for control and configuration, spectrum management and frequency monitoring.

Networked charging is also available through a range of batteries and chargers.

Axient Digital has a tuning range of up to 184 MHz for all transmitters and receivers, with dual and quad receiver options and a receiver platform supporting AD and ADX transmitters.

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