The Microflex® Wireless Boundary Microphone offers total freedom of placement with no holes to drill or cables to run for installation.
The Wireless Boundary Microphone is the perfect solution for conference and meeting spaces where users demand flexibility and high performance. Compatible with Shure SLX® Wireless Systems.
- Sleek, low profile design
- Frequency agile, microprocessor controlled transmitter
- Bi-color status indicator
- IR link to SLX receiver for automatic frequency synchronization
- Programmable mute function
- Battery level indicator
- Operates on two AA batteries
- Logic output for remote LED and mute control
- CommShield Technology for improved RF filtering
|G4||(470.125 – 493.825 MHz)|
|G5||(494.125 – 517.750 MHz)|
|H5||(518.200 – 541.800 MHz)|
|J3||(572.200 – 595.800 MHz)|
|L4||(638.200 – 661.800 MHz)||
Which Band Should I Choose?
Find out which band for the MX690 has the most available wireless channels in your location. Already own the MX690? Use the Wireless Frequency Finder Tool to find frequencies.
|Type||Condenser (electret bias)|
|Frequency Response||50–17000 Hz|
Additional specifications are available in the user guide.
|Microflex Microphones Product Brochure||English||1.6 mb|
|MX690 CAD Drawing||English||ZIP||114 kb|
|MX690 MX890 Specification Sheet||English||326 kb|
|MX690 MX890 User Guide|
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