Shure announces new products at the Winter NAMM, including the innovative ULX-D, its first open back headphones, lavalier and earset microphones, and news that the Axient wireless system is now shipping.
Shure at 2012 NAMM
- ULX-D offers uncompromised audio, spectrum efficiency and signal stability, putting the system generations ahead of any other in its class. The easy-to-use personal wireless system boasts an unparalleled mix of audio quality, and incorporates frequency scanning, intelligent battery technology, and advanced encryption to bring a new level of performance to professional sound reinforcement.
- The Axient system establishes a dramatic new threshold of control, convenience and confidence in wireless audio transmission, reception and spectrum management. Several breakthrough technologies merge to create a solution for the world’s most extreme RF challenges, including interference detection and avoidance, spectrum management, advanced power management, frequency diversity, transmitter remote control and Wireless Workbench 6 software.
- Shure has officially entered the open back headphone market with the release of the SRH1440 and SRH1840 Professional Open Back Headphones. Designed for editing, mastering, monitoring and unparalleled audiophile listening, the lightweight, circumaural design allows sound to move freely and without distortion, creating an exceptional natural sound, wide stereo image and increased depth of field.
- These subminature lavalier (MX150) and earset headworn (MX153) microphones leverage the proven Microflex platform for premium installations where discreet microphone placement is paramount. Both products are fully compatible with all Shure wireless systems, and deliver best-in-class Shure performance for a wide range of corporate presentation, A/V rental and house of worship applications.
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