Compatible with all VHF Shure wireless receivers and VHF antenna distribution systems that provide 12 V DC bias. This antenna can also be powered by the UABIAST (an in-line adapter that supplies 12V DC bias power over coaxial BNC cable).
- Four-position gain selector switch (+12dB,+6dB, 0dB,-6dB)
- RF Overload indicator LED
- Low-noise signal amplifier that compensates for transmission loss in coaxial cable
- Integrated threaded adapter that mounts easily to microphones stands
- Five (5) mounting holes to hang antenna by or to tie down for additional support
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