One of Shure’s latest incremental releases in addressing compliance with latest broadcast bands, while shuttering older ones, is the digital wireless system series ULX-D. The transmitters come in the expected form factors including handhelds, belt-packs and goosenecks while the receivers offer single, dual and quad channels. The standout feature of the ULX-D, as well as several other recent series, is the addition of the up and coming network protocol Dante. Leveraging Shure’s network hardware, Dante allows for dozens of channels over a single etherCon cable allowing for extremely versatile applications for various use cases.
Shure ULX-D Digital Wireless offers uncompromising 24-bit audio clarity and extremely efficient RF performance with single, dual, and quad channel receivers for any size professional sound reinforcement application. Scalable, intelligent hardware delivers the best performing digital wireless available, with a wide selection of trusted Shure microphones to choose from. Unmatched spectrum efficiency enables a dramatic increase in the number of simultaneous active transmitters on one TV channel, with rock-solid signal over the entire range. Optional rechargeable accessories eliminate the need for disposable batteries while offering extended run time and metering accuracy in hours and minutes. For secure transmission, all ULX-D components include AES-256 encryption.
Generations ahead of any other available system in its class, ULX-D brings a new level of performance to professional sound reinforcement.
Uncompromising Digital Wireless Audio