Wireless management network
This family of wireless mic products includes a handheld mic transmitter, a bodypack transmitter, rack-mount receiver and several charger options. The receiver features Shure's proprietary Interference Detection and Avoidance circuitry and a 228MHz tuning bandwidth to allow more channels to be used on air. The transmitters are powered by lithium-ion power supplies and feature dual-channel output to ensure interference-free reception. The transmitters can also be operated on a single channel to conserve spectrum. The receivers allow real-time remote control of all transmitter parameters, including remote gain setting, remote frequency change and remote RF mute.
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