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Quite similar in features to the ULX series, which are great and a standard in event and theater applications. RF power is very low but range is very good nonetheless. No portable receivers though for both ULX and ADX series.

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4 minutes ago, VAS said:

From promo video, range is far more from great.

 

Thanks for posting. Great demo of incredible system capabilities. 

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In promo video; the guy with handheld wireless microphone, said 10mW and range was around 200 yards. Did I hear it correctly about 10mW?

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Does anybody have more information about this in picture below?
frequency_diversity.png

Signal quality is maximized by transmitting two identical signals on independent frequencies. If the active signal degrades, the other takes over automatically.

8 hours ago, Derek H said:

I can't seem to find a user manual for the ADX1M. Is that because it's not officially available yet?

Website says: Available early 2018

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3 minutes ago, Lancashire soundie said:

Perhaps it's just me but the audio quality on the two presenters positioned very far from the receiver is awful.  Hardly any sibilance, their voices sound artificially limited in frequency range.

One of reasons why every audio manufacturer should NOT demonstrate "sound quality" via YouTube

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3 minutes ago, Constantin said:

Yes, the entire system looks really interesting! If at least those receivers could run on 12V, but doesn't look likely

Hi Constantin,

I searched for this and I found:

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Hi Constantin,
I searched for this and I found:
shure_dcanxientdigital.png.0d7adf247b5d871250c76bee6bed469d.png

Well that's a start, although it needs to be seen what that means in practice. Still, a bag receiver would be great...

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Little more of how the RF for the Axient system works. Shure has a bunch of other videos on their youtube page as well that goes over the individual features of their Axient system.

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11 hours ago, Philip Perkins said:

So far Shure hasn't seemed very interested in getting into porto-wireless world--just one model (the FP15, $500 for TX+RX).  Has anyone used these, esp vs. Lectro/Zax/Wisy? 

Philip there is also the UR1 tx and UR5 receiver. http://cdn.shure.com/user_guide/upload/89/pdf_en_ur5_portable_wireless_receiver_ug.pdf

http://www.shure.com/americas/products/wireless-systems/uhfr-systems/ur1-bodypack-transmitter

$800 for the tx and $1200 for the rx.  I demoed one of these sets a while back. They have very good range and sound pretty good.  Although not as nice as Lectro to my ear.

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