At NAB: Shure Extends 600 MHz Wireless Rebate

Shure's rebate program for various wireless mic and IEM systems now runs through the end of October, 2018.
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Las Vegas, NV (April 10, 2018)—At the NAB Show, Shure announced its will extend its current 600 MHz wireless rebate/trade-in program through October 31, 2018.

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The rebate offers up to $500 per channel on the purchase of new Shure wireless microphones and IEM systems along with the trade-in of wireless systems operating in the 600 MHz frequency band (614-698 MHz). Products from Shure and from other wireless manufacturers are eligible for the trade-in program.

According to FCC rules, wireless microphones and personal monitors that are capable of operating in the auctioned UHF spectrum (616-653 MHz and 663-698 MHz) may not be used after a transition period. If a local mobile broadband licensee begins using these frequencies before that date, the wireless user must change frequencies to avoid interference.

“At Shure, we continuously strive to meet and exceed the expectations of our customers,” said Todd Pretty, product marketing manager at Shure, “which is why we are providing more time for them to navigate the complexity of the changing spectrum conditions and transition their wireless inventory.”

Customers may submit rebate forms after the purchase of various new Shure wireless products: BLX, GLXD and GLXD Advanced, PGXD, PSM 300, PSM 900, PSM 1000, QLXD, ULXD and Axient Digital.

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