Shure Axient, QLX-D, and ULX-D Wireless Microphone Systems

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Shure continues to expand the reach of its Axient, QLX-D, and ULX-D wireless microphone systems with further integration with Yamaha CL and QL series mixing consoles. In Yamaha’s firmware version 4.1, users may monitor and control key features of such Shure wireless systems from mix position. With this upgrade, users can do all of the following: discover connected wireless systems; identify and map each system to a desired input channel; monitor transmitter battery status, RF, and audio signal level; and adjust receiver audio output level when Shure AXT400, QLXD4, or ULXD4 digital receivers are connected to the same network as a Yamaha CL or QL series console. Further, with Axient wireless systems, transmitter input gain can be controlled remotely from the mixing console via ShowLink Access Point.



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