Microflex Wireless Microphone Solutions for Enterprise-Scale AV Environments

Microflex Wireless Microphone Solutions for Enterprise-Scale AV Environments

Microflex® Wireless provides elegant solutions for managing vivid, lifelike sound in AV conferencing environments from custom boardrooms to networked enterprises.

  • Transmitter form factors include handheld, bodypack, boundary and gooseneck
  • Power options include Shure rechargeable batteries, docking station, and USB chargers
  • Components are accessible over Ethernet with Microflex Wireless Control Software or third-party control systems
  • Dante™ networking transports digital audio from wireless microphones over Ethernet to other Dante-equipped devices

System Details

Microflex Wireless extends the reach of team resources for AV and IT professionals by bringing modern design, lifelike sound, and networked controls to signature boardrooms and AV conferencing environments that require high-quality, low-profile condenser microphones.

Users can find the latest news, post questions, and interact with experts on the Microflex Wireless Forum Learn More
 

Features

Premium Conferencing Audio for Elite Boardrooms

  • Vivid, lifelike sound: Microflex microphone elements flawlessly capture full-range audio for clear, detailed communication
  • Versatile microphone selection: Wireless boundary, gooseneck, bodypack, and handheld models are available to fit any conferencing application
  • Discreet designs: With elegant aesthetics and a low-profile footprint, Microflex Wireless systems are designed to install easily and disappear into AV environments
  • Scalable solutions: 4- and 8-channel systems can be combined to support configurations of up to 40 compatible channels (80 in Europe and select countries). Adjustable power limits enable additional channels to operate in separate rooms. Subnet scalability/size: Up to 20 APT4 or APT8 devices per subnet*  

*VLANs can be deployed to increase this number. Contact Shure Systems Support at systemssupport@shure.com for details.

Networked Digital Wireless for Enterprise-Scale Environments

  • Dante digital audio networking: Integrated solution transports low-latency, uncompressed audio over standard Ethernet networks
  • Ethernet connectivity: All Microflex Wireless networking components connect via Cat5e cable for simplified installation
  • Corporate network ready: Connect to corporate networks and third-party control systems using standard networking protocols for remote management and campus-wide implementation
  • Microflex Wireless Control Software: Browser-based control software offers comprehensive remote monitoring and control of all settings and status parameters over the web, a corporate network or an AV local area network. Access the software via the Shure Web Device Discovery Application
  • Control system compatible: Third-party control and automation systems (AMX®, Crestron®) are fully compatible with Microflex Wireless, enabling the creation of custom interfaces on touchscreen panels 

Intelligent Performance, Simplified Setup & Operation

  • Advanced rechargeable power management: Smart lithium-ion rechargeable batteries deliver up to 8 hours of continuous use, enable remote status monitoring while in the charger and provide remaining runtime in hours and minutes while in use via networked control systems
  • Automated frequency coordination: Microflex Wireless systems actively scan the available spectrum and coordinate clean, compatible frequencies for every microphone channel.  While in use, systems automatically move away from unexpected interference
  • Encrypted wireless: Audio transmission is protected by AES-256 encryption, the same secure standard used in top government applications 
  • Selectable transmit power: Select the appropriate wireless output power per room to optimize spectrum usage, range and battery life

A Trusted Shure Experience

  • Wireless expertise: Microflex Wireless embodies the robust performance and reliability of other globally renowned Shure wireless systems
  • Trusted audio: Microflex Wireless transmitters use the same signature microphone elements as Microflex wired microphones seen in conferencing applications worldwide
  • CommShield® Technology: All Microflex microphones feature this patented technology, which guards against unwanted radio interference from consumer wireless devices (read the CommShield white paper
 
Applications

Version 4.0.6

Release Date: 4/12/2016

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXWNCS2/4/8 Networked Chargers
  • MXWANI4/8 Audio Network Interfaces
  • MXWAPT2/4/8 Access Point Transceivers
  • MXW1/2/6/8 Wireless Microphones

New Features

  • 2-Channel System: Support for new models MXAPT2 and MXWNCS2. Update all MXW components in a configuration to the same firmware version to ensure compatibility.
  • Pair a Spare: Create MXW microphone sets by linking two MXW microphones to the same APT channel slot. Link a bodypack and handheld to the same channel and allow the presenter to select between the two options. Link two of the same microphone types to the same channel to have a back-up microphone ready. The microphone that is powered first on a given channel will exclusively occupy the RF/audio channel. To use the feature, go to the browser-based interface for the MXWAPT. To set a group command for all channels, select Link All Primary or Link All Secondary from the Configuration tab. To set a command for a single channel, go the Monitor tab.
  • Remote Pairing: Link an MXW microphone to any MXW access point on a network, including across subnets. Custom control system programming is required and details are available at MXW Creston/AMX Control Strings.
  • Battery Cycle Count Reset: Reset the charge cycle count of a microphone after a new battery has been inserted. To reset the cycle count, place the microphone in an MXW charger and hold down the mute button for 10 seconds. The microphone’s LED will flash to reset and the user must log in to the MXWAPT web UI to confirm the cycle count is zero.

Improvements

  • Energy efficiency of MXWNSC chargers. Select the Energy Efficient mode in the charger’s device properties. This option must be selected separately for each charger. The LED on the charger will change from being all lit to only the highest charge lit.
  • Link/Unlink button is now available on each channel of the MXWAPT web UI.
  • When using an MXWAPT with a third-party Dante device, e.g. a Dante DSP, the third-party device can now obtain the MXWAPT Control IP Address through a data channel on the Dante Network, allowing greater flexibility in network architecture and setup when dealing with multiple interfaces.
  • Push MXW channel names to Dante channel names to synchronize name sets between an MXW system and a third-party Dante device.
  • Ensures transmitter upgrades and downgrades.

Known Issues

  • If the SCM820 automatic mixer is selected as the Audio Output Device for automatic routing of APT audio channels, ensure that the SCM820 firmware version is higher than version 1.2.3. Alternatively, use Dante Controller software to route the channels. For a free Dante routing and diagnostic tool, see Audinate.com.
  • Transmitters may fail to update if they are on a firmware version that is lower than the firmware version on the charger that they are docked on. To properly update transmitters, ensure transmitters are docked on chargers with firmware version 4.0.6. 

Notes

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 4.0.6:
  • Dante Packet Bridge Support: A third-party Dante device (e.g. a Dante DSP) used with the MXWAPT can now obtain the MXWAPT Control IP Address through a data channel on the Dante Network, allowing greater flexibility in network architecture and setup with multiple interfaces. See www.shure.com/faq and search on 'packet bridge'.

View a history of release notes

Software & Downloads

Brochures

File Language Type File Size
Microflex Wireless Brochure English PDF 2.92 mb

CAD Drawings

File Language Type File Size
Microflex Wireless CAD Drawing English ZIP 2.3 mb

Files

Specification Sheets

File Language Type File Size
Microflex Wireless Specification Sheet English PDF 1.04 mb
Microflex Wireless Specification Sheet English PDF 1.04 mb

User Guides

File Language Type File Size
Microflex Wireless User Guide English PDF 12.3 mb

Firmware

4.0.7 Latest
File Date Download Size
MXWAPT4 - Access Point Transceiver See release notes Posted July 06, 2016 Download PACK (7.8 mb)

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXWNCS2/4/8 Networked Chargers
  • MXWANI4/8 Audio Network Interfaces
  • MXWAPT2/4/8 Access Point Transceivers
  • MXW1/2/6/8 Wireless Microphones

IMPROVEMENT

  • Added new frequency band Z14 (1910-1920 MHz) for Brazil

KNOWN ISSUES

  • If the SCM820 automatic mixer is selected as the Audio Output Device for automatic routing of APT audio channels, ensure that the SCM820 firmware version is higher than version 1.2.3. Alternatively, use Dante Controller software to route the channels. For a free Dante routing and diagnostic tool, see Audinate.com.
  • Transmitters may fail to update if they are on a firmware version that is lower than the firmware version on the charger that they are docked on. To properly update transmitters, ensure transmitters are docked on chargers with firmware version 4.0.6. 

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 4.0.6:
  • Dante Packet Bridge Support: A third-party Dante device (e.g. a Dante DSP) used with the MXWAPT can now obtain the MXWAPT Control IP Address through a data channel on the Dante Network, allowing greater flexibility in network architecture and setup with multiple interfaces. Seewww.shure.com/faq and search on 'packet bridge'.
MXWANI8 - Audio Network Interface See release notes Posted July 06, 2016 Download PACK (4.92 mb)

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXWNCS2/4/8 Networked Chargers
  • MXWANI4/8 Audio Network Interfaces
  • MXWAPT2/4/8 Access Point Transceivers
  • MXW1/2/6/8 Wireless Microphones

IMPROVEMENT

  • Added new frequency band Z14 (1910-1920 MHz) for Brazil

KNOWN ISSUES

  • If the SCM820 automatic mixer is selected as the Audio Output Device for automatic routing of APT audio channels, ensure that the SCM820 firmware version is higher than version 1.2.3. Alternatively, use Dante Controller software to route the channels. For a free Dante routing and diagnostic tool, see Audinate.com.
  • Transmitters may fail to update if they are on a firmware version that is lower than the firmware version on the charger that they are docked on. To properly update transmitters, ensure transmitters are docked on chargers with firmware version 4.0.6. 

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 4.0.6:
  • Dante Packet Bridge Support: A third-party Dante device (e.g. a Dante DSP) used with the MXWAPT can now obtain the MXWAPT Control IP Address through a data channel on the Dante Network, allowing greater flexibility in network architecture and setup with multiple interfaces. See www.shure.com/faq and search on 'packet bridge'.
MXWAPT2 - Access Point Transceiver See release notes Posted July 06, 2016 Download PACK (7.8 mb)

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXWNCS2/4/8 Networked Chargers
  • MXWANI4/8 Audio Network Interfaces
  • MXWAPT2/4/8 Access Point Transceivers
  • MXW1/2/6/8 Wireless Microphones

IMPROVEMENT

  • Added new frequency band Z14 (1910-1920 MHz) for Brazil

KNOWN ISSUES

  • If the SCM820 automatic mixer is selected as the Audio Output Device for automatic routing of APT audio channels, ensure that the SCM820 firmware version is higher than version 1.2.3. Alternatively, use Dante Controller software to route the channels. For a free Dante routing and diagnostic tool, see Audinate.com.
  • Transmitters may fail to update if they are on a firmware version that is lower than the firmware version on the charger that they are docked on. To properly update transmitters, ensure transmitters are docked on chargers with firmware version 4.0.6. 

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 4.0.6:
  • Dante Packet Bridge Support: A third-party Dante device (e.g. a Dante DSP) used with the MXWAPT can now obtain the MXWAPT Control IP Address through a data channel on the Dante Network, allowing greater flexibility in network architecture and setup with multiple interfaces. Seewww.shure.com/faq and search on 'packet bridge'.
MXWAPT8 - Access Point Transceiver See release notes Posted July 06, 2016 Download PACK (7.8 mb)

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXWNCS2/4/8 Networked Chargers
  • MXWANI4/8 Audio Network Interfaces
  • MXWAPT2/4/8 Access Point Transceivers
  • MXW1/2/6/8 Wireless Microphones

IMPROVEMENT

  • Added new frequency band Z14 (1910-1920 MHz) for Brazil

KNOWN ISSUES

  • If the SCM820 automatic mixer is selected as the Audio Output Device for automatic routing of APT audio channels, ensure that the SCM820 firmware version is higher than version 1.2.3. Alternatively, use Dante Controller software to route the channels. For a free Dante routing and diagnostic tool, see Audinate.com.
  • Transmitters may fail to update if they are on a firmware version that is lower than the firmware version on the charger that they are docked on. To properly update transmitters, ensure transmitters are docked on chargers with firmware version 4.0.6. 

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 4.0.6:
  • Dante Packet Bridge Support: A third-party Dante device (e.g. a Dante DSP) used with the MXWAPT can now obtain the MXWAPT Control IP Address through a data channel on the Dante Network, allowing greater flexibility in network architecture and setup with multiple interfaces. Seewww.shure.com/faq and search on 'packet bridge'.
MXW1/2/6/8 - Transmitters See release notes Posted July 06, 2016 Download PACK (273 kb)

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXWNCS2/4/8 Networked Chargers
  • MXWANI4/8 Audio Network Interfaces
  • MXWAPT2/4/8 Access Point Transceivers
  • MXW1/2/6/8 Wireless Microphones

IMPROVEMENT

  • Added new frequency band Z14 (1910-1920 MHz) for Brazil

KNOWN ISSUES

  • If the SCM820 automatic mixer is selected as the Audio Output Device for automatic routing of APT audio channels, ensure that the SCM820 firmware version is higher than version 1.2.3. Alternatively, use Dante Controller software to route the channels. For a free Dante routing and diagnostic tool, see Audinate.com.
  • Transmitters may fail to update if they are on a firmware version that is lower than the firmware version on the charger that they are docked on. To properly update transmitters, ensure transmitters are docked on chargers with firmware version 4.0.6. 

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 4.0.6:
  • Dante Packet Bridge Support: A third-party Dante device (e.g. a Dante DSP) used with the MXWAPT can now obtain the MXWAPT Control IP Address through a data channel on the Dante Network, allowing greater flexibility in network architecture and setup with multiple interfaces. Seewww.shure.com/faq and search on 'packet bridge'.
MXWNCS2/4/8 - Networked Charging Station See release notes Posted July 06, 2016 Download PACK (1.41 mb)

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXWNCS2/4/8 Networked Chargers
  • MXWANI4/8 Audio Network Interfaces
  • MXWAPT2/4/8 Access Point Transceivers
  • MXW1/2/6/8 Wireless Microphones

IMPROVEMENT

  • Added new frequency band Z14 (1910-1920 MHz) for Brazil

KNOWN ISSUES

  • If the SCM820 automatic mixer is selected as the Audio Output Device for automatic routing of APT audio channels, ensure that the SCM820 firmware version is higher than version 1.2.3. Alternatively, use Dante Controller software to route the channels. For a free Dante routing and diagnostic tool, see Audinate.com.
  • Transmitters may fail to update if they are on a firmware version that is lower than the firmware version on the charger that they are docked on. To properly update transmitters, ensure transmitters are docked on chargers with firmware version 4.0.6. 

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 4.0.6:
  • Dante Packet Bridge Support: A third-party Dante device (e.g. a Dante DSP) used with the MXWAPT can now obtain the MXWAPT Control IP Address through a data channel on the Dante Network, allowing greater flexibility in network architecture and setup with multiple interfaces. Seewww.shure.com/faq and search on 'packet bridge'.
MXWANI4 - Audio Network Interface See release notes Posted July 06, 2016 Download PACK (4.92 mb)

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXWNCS2/4/8 Networked Chargers
  • MXWANI4/8 Audio Network Interfaces
  • MXWAPT2/4/8 Access Point Transceivers
  • MXW1/2/6/8 Wireless Microphones

IMPROVEMENT

  • Added new frequency band Z14 (1910-1920 MHz) for Brazil

KNOWN ISSUES

  • If the SCM820 automatic mixer is selected as the Audio Output Device for automatic routing of APT audio channels, ensure that the SCM820 firmware version is higher than version 1.2.3. Alternatively, use Dante Controller software to route the channels. For a free Dante routing and diagnostic tool, see Audinate.com.
  • Transmitters may fail to update if they are on a firmware version that is lower than the firmware version on the charger that they are docked on. To properly update transmitters, ensure transmitters are docked on chargers with firmware version 4.0.6. 

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 4.0.6:
  • Dante Packet Bridge Support: A third-party Dante device (e.g. a Dante DSP) used with the MXWAPT can now obtain the MXWAPT Control IP Address through a data channel on the Dante Network, allowing greater flexibility in network architecture and setup with multiple interfaces. Seewww.shure.com/faq and search on 'packet bridge'.
4.0.6
File Date Download Size
MXW1/2/6/8 - Transmitters See release notes Posted April 12, 2016 Download PACK (273 kb)

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXWNCS2/4/8 Networked Chargers
  • MXWANI4/8 Audio Network Interfaces
  • MXWAPT2/4/8 Access Point Transceivers
  • MXW1/2/6/8 Wireless Microphones

NEW FEATURES

  • 2-Channel System: Support for new models MXAPT2 and MXWNCS2. Update all MXW components in a configuration to the same firmware version to ensure compatibility.
  • Pair a Spare: Create MXW microphone sets by linking two MXW microphones to the same APT channel slot. Link a bodypack and handheld to the same channel and allow the presenter to select between the two options. Link two of the same microphone types to the same channel to have a back-up microphone ready. The microphone that is powered first on a given channel will exclusively occupy the RF/audio channel. To use the feature, go to the browser-based interface for the MXWAPT. To set a group command for all channels, select Link All Primary or Link All Secondary from the Configuration tab. To set a command for a single channel, go the Monitor tab.
  • Remote Pairing: Link an MXW microphone to any MXW access point on a network, including across subnets. Custom control system programming is required and details are available at MXW Creston/AMX Control Strings.
  • Battery Cycle Count Reset: Reset the charge cycle count of a microphone after a new battery has been inserted. To reset the cycle count, place the microphone in an MXW charger and hold down the mute button for 10 seconds. The microphone’s LED will flash to reset and the user must log in to the MXWAPT web UI to confirm the cycle count is zero.

IMPROVEMENTS

  • Energy efficiency of MXWNSC chargers. Select the Energy Efficient mode in the charger’s device properties. This option must be selected separately for each charger. The LED on the charger will change from being all lit to only the highest charge lit.
  • Link/Unlink button is now available on each channel of the MXWAPT web UI.
  • When using an MXWAPT with a third-party Dante device, e.g. a Dante DSP, the third-party device can now obtain the MXWAPT Control IP Address through a data channel on the Dante Network, allowing greater flexibility in network architecture and setup when dealing with multiple interfaces.
  • Push MXW channel names to Dante channel names to synchronize name sets between an MXW system and a third-party Dante device.
  • Ensures transmitter upgrades and downgrades.

KNOWN ISSUES

  • If the SCM820 automatic mixer is selected as the Audio Output Device for automatic routing of APT audio channels, ensure that the SCM820 firmware version is higher than version 1.2.3. Alternatively, use Dante Controller software to route the channels. For a free Dante routing and diagnostic tool, see Audinate.com.
  • Transmitters may fail to update if they are on a firmware version that is lower than the firmware version on the charger that they are docked on. To properly update transmitters, ensure transmitters are docked on chargers with firmware version 4.0.6. 

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 4.0.6:
  • Dante Packet Bridge Support: A third-party Dante device (e.g. a Dante DSP) used with the MXWAPT can now obtain the MXWAPT Control IP Address through a data channel on the Dante Network, allowing greater flexibility in network architecture and setup with multiple interfaces. See www.shure.com/faq and search on 'packet bridge'.
MXWNCS2/4/8 - Networked Charging Station See release notes Posted April 12, 2016 Download PACK (1.41 mb)

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXWNCS2/4/8 Networked Chargers
  • MXWANI4/8 Audio Network Interfaces
  • MXWAPT2/4/8 Access Point Transceivers
  • MXW1/2/6/8 Wireless Microphones

NEW FEATURES

  • 2-Channel System: Support for new models MXAPT2 and MXWNCS2. Update all MXW components in a configuration to the same firmware version to ensure compatibility.
  • Pair a Spare: Create MXW microphone sets by linking two MXW microphones to the same APT channel slot. Link a bodypack and handheld to the same channel and allow the presenter to select between the two options. Link two of the same microphone types to the same channel to have a back-up microphone ready. The microphone that is powered first on a given channel will exclusively occupy the RF/audio channel. To use the feature, go to the browser-based interface for the MXWAPT. To set a group command for all channels, select Link All Primary or Link All Secondary from the Configuration tab. To set a command for a single channel, go the Monitor tab.
  • Remote Pairing: Link an MXW microphone to any MXW access point on a network, including across subnets. Custom control system programming is required and details are available at MXW Creston/AMX Control Strings.
  • Battery Cycle Count Reset: Reset the charge cycle count of a microphone after a new battery has been inserted. To reset the cycle count, place the microphone in an MXW charger and hold down the mute button for 10 seconds. The microphone’s LED will flash to reset and the user must log in to the MXWAPT web UI to confirm the cycle count is zero.

IMPROVEMENTS

  • Energy efficiency of MXWNSC chargers. Select the Energy Efficient mode in the charger’s device properties. This option must be selected separately for each charger. The LED on the charger will change from being all lit to only the highest charge lit.
  • Link/Unlink button is now available on each channel of the MXWAPT web UI.
  • When using an MXWAPT with a third-party Dante device, e.g. a Dante DSP, the third-party device can now obtain the MXWAPT Control IP Address through a data channel on the Dante Network, allowing greater flexibility in network architecture and setup when dealing with multiple interfaces.
  • Push MXW channel names to Dante channel names to synchronize name sets between an MXW system and a third-party Dante device.
  • Ensures transmitter upgrades and downgrades.

KNOWN ISSUES

  • If the SCM820 automatic mixer is selected as the Audio Output Device for automatic routing of APT audio channels, ensure that the SCM820 firmware version is higher than version 1.2.3. Alternatively, use Dante Controller software to route the channels. For a free Dante routing and diagnostic tool, see Audinate.com.
  • Transmitters may fail to update if they are on a firmware version that is lower than the firmware version on the charger that they are docked on. To properly update transmitters, ensure transmitters are docked on chargers with firmware version 4.0.6. 

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 4.0.6:
  • Dante Packet Bridge Support: A third-party Dante device (e.g. a Dante DSP) used with the MXWAPT can now obtain the MXWAPT Control IP Address through a data channel on the Dante Network, allowing greater flexibility in network architecture and setup with multiple interfaces. See www.shure.com/faq and search on 'packet bridge'.
MXWAPT8 - Access Point Transceiver See release notes Posted April 12, 2016 Download PACK (7.8 mb)

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXWNCS2/4/8 Networked Chargers
  • MXWANI4/8 Audio Network Interfaces
  • MXWAPT2/4/8 Access Point Transceivers
  • MXW1/2/6/8 Wireless Microphones

NEW FEATURES

  • 2-Channel System: Support for new models MXAPT2 and MXWNCS2. Update all MXW components in a configuration to the same firmware version to ensure compatibility.
  • Pair a Spare: Create MXW microphone sets by linking two MXW microphones to the same APT channel slot. Link a bodypack and handheld to the same channel and allow the presenter to select between the two options. Link two of the same microphone types to the same channel to have a back-up microphone ready. The microphone that is powered first on a given channel will exclusively occupy the RF/audio channel. To use the feature, go to the browser-based interface for the MXWAPT. To set a group command for all channels, select Link All Primary or Link All Secondary from the Configuration tab. To set a command for a single channel, go the Monitor tab.
  • Remote Pairing: Link an MXW microphone to any MXW access point on a network, including across subnets. Custom control system programming is required and details are available at MXW Creston/AMX Control Strings.
  • Battery Cycle Count Reset: Reset the charge cycle count of a microphone after a new battery has been inserted. To reset the cycle count, place the microphone in an MXW charger and hold down the mute button for 10 seconds. The microphone’s LED will flash to reset and the user must log in to the MXWAPT web UI to confirm the cycle count is zero.

IMPROVEMENTS

  • Energy efficiency of MXWNSC chargers. Select the Energy Efficient mode in the charger’s device properties. This option must be selected separately for each charger. The LED on the charger will change from being all lit to only the highest charge lit.
  • Link/Unlink button is now available on each channel of the MXWAPT web UI.
  • When using an MXWAPT with a third-party Dante device, e.g. a Dante DSP, the third-party device can now obtain the MXWAPT Control IP Address through a data channel on the Dante Network, allowing greater flexibility in network architecture and setup when dealing with multiple interfaces.
  • Push MXW channel names to Dante channel names to synchronize name sets between an MXW system and a third-party Dante device.
  • Ensures transmitter upgrades and downgrades.

KNOWN ISSUES

  • If the SCM820 automatic mixer is selected as the Audio Output Device for automatic routing of APT audio channels, ensure that the SCM820 firmware version is higher than version 1.2.3. Alternatively, use Dante Controller software to route the channels. For a free Dante routing and diagnostic tool, see Audinate.com.
  • Transmitters may fail to update if they are on a firmware version that is lower than the firmware version on the charger that they are docked on. To properly update transmitters, ensure transmitters are docked on chargers with firmware version 4.0.6. 

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 4.0.6:
  • Dante Packet Bridge Support: A third-party Dante device (e.g. a Dante DSP) used with the MXWAPT can now obtain the MXWAPT Control IP Address through a data channel on the Dante Network, allowing greater flexibility in network architecture and setup with multiple interfaces. See www.shure.com/faq and search on 'packet bridge'.
MXWANI8 - Audio Network Interface See release notes Posted April 12, 2016 Download PACK (4.92 mb)

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXWNCS2/4/8 Networked Chargers
  • MXWANI4/8 Audio Network Interfaces
  • MXWAPT2/4/8 Access Point Transceivers
  • MXW1/2/6/8 Wireless Microphones

NEW FEATURES

  • 2-Channel System: Support for new models MXAPT2 and MXWNCS2. Update all MXW components in a configuration to the same firmware version to ensure compatibility.
  • Pair a Spare: Create MXW microphone sets by linking two MXW microphones to the same APT channel slot. Link a bodypack and handheld to the same channel and allow the presenter to select between the two options. Link two of the same microphone types to the same channel to have a back-up microphone ready. The microphone that is powered first on a given channel will exclusively occupy the RF/audio channel. To use the feature, go to the browser-based interface for the MXWAPT. To set a group command for all channels, select Link All Primary or Link All Secondary from the Configuration tab. To set a command for a single channel, go the Monitor tab.
  • Remote Pairing: Link an MXW microphone to any MXW access point on a network, including across subnets. Custom control system programming is required and details are available at MXW Creston/AMX Control Strings.
  • Battery Cycle Count Reset: Reset the charge cycle count of a microphone after a new battery has been inserted. To reset the cycle count, place the microphone in an MXW charger and hold down the mute button for 10 seconds. The microphone’s LED will flash to reset and the user must log in to the MXWAPT web UI to confirm the cycle count is zero.

IMPROVEMENTS

  • Energy efficiency of MXWNSC chargers. Select the Energy Efficient mode in the charger’s device properties. This option must be selected separately for each charger. The LED on the charger will change from being all lit to only the highest charge lit.
  • Link/Unlink button is now available on each channel of the MXWAPT web UI.
  • When using an MXWAPT with a third-party Dante device, e.g. a Dante DSP, the third-party device can now obtain the MXWAPT Control IP Address through a data channel on the Dante Network, allowing greater flexibility in network architecture and setup when dealing with multiple interfaces.
  • Push MXW channel names to Dante channel names to synchronize name sets between an MXW system and a third-party Dante device.
  • Ensures transmitter upgrades and downgrades.

KNOWN ISSUES

  • If the SCM820 automatic mixer is selected as the Audio Output Device for automatic routing of APT audio channels, ensure that the SCM820 firmware version is higher than version 1.2.3. Alternatively, use Dante Controller software to route the channels. For a free Dante routing and diagnostic tool, see Audinate.com.
  • Transmitters may fail to update if they are on a firmware version that is lower than the firmware version on the charger that they are docked on. To properly update transmitters, ensure transmitters are docked on chargers with firmware version 4.0.6. 

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 4.0.6:
  • Dante Packet Bridge Support: A third-party Dante device (e.g. a Dante DSP) used with the MXWAPT can now obtain the MXWAPT Control IP Address through a data channel on the Dante Network, allowing greater flexibility in network architecture and setup with multiple interfaces. See www.shure.com/faq and search on 'packet bridge'.
MXWAPT4 - Access Point Transceiver See release notes Posted April 12, 2016 Download PACK (7.8 mb)

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXWNCS2/4/8 Networked Chargers
  • MXWANI4/8 Audio Network Interfaces
  • MXWAPT2/4/8 Access Point Transceivers
  • MXW1/2/6/8 Wireless Microphones

NEW FEATURES

  • 2-Channel System: Support for new models MXAPT2 and MXWNCS2. Update all MXW components in a configuration to the same firmware version to ensure compatibility.
  • Pair a Spare: Create MXW microphone sets by linking two MXW microphones to the same APT channel slot. Link a bodypack and handheld to the same channel and allow the presenter to select between the two options. Link two of the same microphone types to the same channel to have a back-up microphone ready. The microphone that is powered first on a given channel will exclusively occupy the RF/audio channel. To use the feature, go to the browser-based interface for the MXWAPT. To set a group command for all channels, select Link All Primary or Link All Secondary from the Configuration tab. To set a command for a single channel, go the Monitor tab.
  • Remote Pairing: Link an MXW microphone to any MXW access point on a network, including across subnets. Custom control system programming is required and details are available at MXW Creston/AMX Control Strings.
  • Battery Cycle Count Reset: Reset the charge cycle count of a microphone after a new battery has been inserted. To reset the cycle count, place the microphone in an MXW charger and hold down the mute button for 10 seconds. The microphone’s LED will flash to reset and the user must log in to the MXWAPT web UI to confirm the cycle count is zero.

IMPROVEMENTS

  • Energy efficiency of MXWNSC chargers. Select the Energy Efficient mode in the charger’s device properties. This option must be selected separately for each charger. The LED on the charger will change from being all lit to only the highest charge lit.
  • Link/Unlink button is now available on each channel of the MXWAPT web UI.
  • When using an MXWAPT with a third-party Dante device, e.g. a Dante DSP, the third-party device can now obtain the MXWAPT Control IP Address through a data channel on the Dante Network, allowing greater flexibility in network architecture and setup when dealing with multiple interfaces.
  • Push MXW channel names to Dante channel names to synchronize name sets between an MXW system and a third-party Dante device.
  • Ensures transmitter upgrades and downgrades.

KNOWN ISSUES

  • If the SCM820 automatic mixer is selected as the Audio Output Device for automatic routing of APT audio channels, ensure that the SCM820 firmware version is higher than version 1.2.3. Alternatively, use Dante Controller software to route the channels. For a free Dante routing and diagnostic tool, see Audinate.com.
  • Transmitters may fail to update if they are on a firmware version that is lower than the firmware version on the charger that they are docked on. To properly update transmitters, ensure transmitters are docked on chargers with firmware version 4.0.6. 

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 4.0.6:
  • Dante Packet Bridge Support: A third-party Dante device (e.g. a Dante DSP) used with the MXWAPT can now obtain the MXWAPT Control IP Address through a data channel on the Dante Network, allowing greater flexibility in network architecture and setup with multiple interfaces. See www.shure.com/faq and search on 'packet bridge'.
MXWANI4 - Audio Network Interface See release notes Posted April 12, 2016 Download PACK (4.92 mb)

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXWNCS2/4/8 Networked Chargers
  • MXWANI4/8 Audio Network Interfaces
  • MXWAPT2/4/8 Access Point Transceivers
  • MXW1/2/6/8 Wireless Microphones

NEW FEATURES

  • 2-Channel System: Support for new models MXAPT2 and MXWNCS2. Update all MXW components in a configuration to the same firmware version to ensure compatibility.
  • Pair a Spare: Create MXW microphone sets by linking two MXW microphones to the same APT channel slot. Link a bodypack and handheld to the same channel and allow the presenter to select between the two options. Link two of the same microphone types to the same channel to have a back-up microphone ready. The microphone that is powered first on a given channel will exclusively occupy the RF/audio channel. To use the feature, go to the browser-based interface for the MXWAPT. To set a group command for all channels, select Link All Primary or Link All Secondary from the Configuration tab. To set a command for a single channel, go the Monitor tab.
  • Remote Pairing: Link an MXW microphone to any MXW access point on a network, including across subnets. Custom control system programming is required and details are available at MXW Creston/AMX Control Strings.
  • Battery Cycle Count Reset: Reset the charge cycle count of a microphone after a new battery has been inserted. To reset the cycle count, place the microphone in an MXW charger and hold down the mute button for 10 seconds. The microphone’s LED will flash to reset and the user must log in to the MXWAPT web UI to confirm the cycle count is zero.

IMPROVEMENTS

  • Energy efficiency of MXWNSC chargers. Select the Energy Efficient mode in the charger’s device properties. This option must be selected separately for each charger. The LED on the charger will change from being all lit to only the highest charge lit.
  • Link/Unlink button is now available on each channel of the MXWAPT web UI.
  • When using an MXWAPT with a third-party Dante device, e.g. a Dante DSP, the third-party device can now obtain the MXWAPT Control IP Address through a data channel on the Dante Network, allowing greater flexibility in network architecture and setup when dealing with multiple interfaces.
  • Push MXW channel names to Dante channel names to synchronize name sets between an MXW system and a third-party Dante device.
  • Ensures transmitter upgrades and downgrades.

KNOWN ISSUES

  • If the SCM820 automatic mixer is selected as the Audio Output Device for automatic routing of APT audio channels, ensure that the SCM820 firmware version is higher than version 1.2.3. Alternatively, use Dante Controller software to route the channels. For a free Dante routing and diagnostic tool, see Audinate.com.
  • Transmitters may fail to update if they are on a firmware version that is lower than the firmware version on the charger that they are docked on. To properly update transmitters, ensure transmitters are docked on chargers with firmware version 4.0.6. 

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 4.0.6:
  • Dante Packet Bridge Support: A third-party Dante device (e.g. a Dante DSP) used with the MXWAPT can now obtain the MXWAPT Control IP Address through a data channel on the Dante Network, allowing greater flexibility in network architecture and setup with multiple interfaces. See www.shure.com/faq and search on 'packet bridge'.
MXWAPT2 - Access Point Transceiver See release notes Posted April 12, 2016 Download PACK (7.8 mb)

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXWNCS2/4/8 Networked Chargers
  • MXWANI4/8 Audio Network Interfaces
  • MXWAPT2/4/8 Access Point Transceivers
  • MXW1/2/6/8 Wireless Microphones

NEW FEATURES

  • 2-Channel System: Support for new models MXAPT2 and MXWNCS2. Update all MXW components in a configuration to the same firmware version to ensure compatibility.
  • Pair a Spare: Create MXW microphone sets by linking two MXW microphones to the same APT channel slot. Link a bodypack and handheld to the same channel and allow the presenter to select between the two options. Link two of the same microphone types to the same channel to have a back-up microphone ready. The microphone that is powered first on a given channel will exclusively occupy the RF/audio channel. To use the feature, go to the browser-based interface for the MXWAPT. To set a group command for all channels, select Link All Primary or Link All Secondary from the Configuration tab. To set a command for a single channel, go the Monitor tab.
  • Remote Pairing: Link an MXW microphone to any MXW access point on a network, including across subnets. Custom control system programming is required and details are available at MXW Creston/AMX Control Strings.
  • Battery Cycle Count Reset: Reset the charge cycle count of a microphone after a new battery has been inserted. To reset the cycle count, place the microphone in an MXW charger and hold down the mute button for 10 seconds. The microphone’s LED will flash to reset and the user must log in to the MXWAPT web UI to confirm the cycle count is zero.

IMPROVEMENTS

  • Energy efficiency of MXWNSC chargers. Select the Energy Efficient mode in the charger’s device properties. This option must be selected separately for each charger. The LED on the charger will change from being all lit to only the highest charge lit.
  • Link/Unlink button is now available on each channel of the MXWAPT web UI.
  • When using an MXWAPT with a third-party Dante device, e.g. a Dante DSP, the third-party device can now obtain the MXWAPT Control IP Address through a data channel on the Dante Network, allowing greater flexibility in network architecture and setup when dealing with multiple interfaces.
  • Push MXW channel names to Dante channel names to synchronize name sets between an MXW system and a third-party Dante device.
  • Ensures transmitter upgrades and downgrades.

KNOWN ISSUES

  • If the SCM820 automatic mixer is selected as the Audio Output Device for automatic routing of APT audio channels, ensure that the SCM820 firmware version is higher than version 1.2.3. Alternatively, use Dante Controller software to route the channels. For a free Dante routing and diagnostic tool, see Audinate.com.
  • Transmitters may fail to update if they are on a firmware version that is lower than the firmware version on the charger that they are docked on. To properly update transmitters, ensure transmitters are docked on chargers with firmware version 4.0.6. 

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 4.0.6:
  • Dante Packet Bridge Support: A third-party Dante device (e.g. a Dante DSP) used with the MXWAPT can now obtain the MXWAPT Control IP Address through a data channel on the Dante Network, allowing greater flexibility in network architecture and setup with multiple interfaces. Seewww.shure.com/faq and search on 'packet bridge'.
3.1
File Date Download Size
MXWANI8 - Audio Network Interface See release notes Posted May 29, 2015 Download PACK (4.91 mb)

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXWNCS4/8 Networked Chargers
  • MXWANI4/8 Audio Network Interfaces
  • MXWAPT4/8 Access Point Transceivers
  • MXW1/2/6/8 Wireless Microphones

IMPROVEMENTS

  • Fixed an MXW Access Point Transceiver Bug related to a port scanning protocol that caused MXW devices to require a power cycle to return to normal operation.

KNOWN ISSUES

  • Transmitters will fail to update when updated through a charger (MXWNCS) running a different firmware version than the transmitters. In order to properly update transmitters, follow these steps:
    1. Ensure that the charger’s firmware version matches the current transmitter firmware version. NOTE: This may require a firmware downgrade of the charger’s firmware, which can be performed using the Shure Update Utility.
    2. Update the firmware of the transmitters only (NOT the charger) to the latest available version.
    3. Update the firmware of the charger to the latest available version.

NOTES

  • SCM820 is compatible with, but unaffected by 3.1
MXW1/2/6/8 - Transmitters See release notes Posted May 29, 2015 Download PACK (271 kb)

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXWNCS4/8 Networked Chargers
  • MXWANI4/8 Audio Network Interfaces
  • MXWAPT4/8 Access Point Transceivers
  • MXW1/2/6/8 Wireless Microphones

IMPROVEMENTS

  • Fixed an MXW Access Point Transceiver Bug related to a port scanning protocol that caused MXW devices to require a power cycle to return to normal operation.

KNOWN ISSUES

  • Transmitters will fail to update when updated through a charger (MXWNCS) running a different firmware version than the transmitters. In order to properly update transmitters, follow these steps:
    1. Ensure that the charger’s firmware version matches the current transmitter firmware version. NOTE: This may require a firmware downgrade of the charger’s firmware, which can be performed using the Shure Update Utility.
    2. Update the firmware of the transmitters only (NOT the charger) to the latest available version.
    3. Update the firmware of the charger to the latest available version.

NOTES

  • SCM820 is compatible with, but unaffected by 3.1
MXWAPT4 - Access Point Transceiver See release notes Posted May 29, 2015 Download PACK (7.42 mb)

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXWNCS4/8 Networked Chargers
  • MXWANI4/8 Audio Network Interfaces
  • MXWAPT4/8 Access Point Transceivers
  • MXW1/2/6/8 Wireless Microphones

IMPROVEMENTS

  • Fixed an MXW Access Point Transceiver Bug related to a port scanning protocol that caused MXW devices to require a power cycle to return to normal operation.

KNOWN ISSUES

  • Transmitters will fail to update when updated through a charger (MXWNCS) running a different firmware version than the transmitters. In order to properly update transmitters, follow these steps:
    1. Ensure that the charger’s firmware version matches the current transmitter firmware version. NOTE: This may require a firmware downgrade of the charger’s firmware, which can be performed using the Shure Update Utility.
    2. Update the firmware of the transmitters only (NOT the charger) to the latest available version.
    3. Update the firmware of the charger to the latest available version.

NOTES

  • SCM820 is compatible with, but unaffected by 3.1
MXWANI4 - Audio Network Interface See release notes Posted May 29, 2015 Download PACK (4.91 mb)

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXWNCS4/8 Networked Chargers
  • MXWANI4/8 Audio Network Interfaces
  • MXWAPT4/8 Access Point Transceivers
  • MXW1/2/6/8 Wireless Microphones

IMPROVEMENTS

  • Fixed an MXW Access Point Transceiver Bug related to a port scanning protocol that caused MXW devices to require a power cycle to return to normal operation.

KNOWN ISSUES

  • Transmitters will fail to update when updated through a charger (MXWNCS) running a different firmware version than the transmitters. In order to properly update transmitters, follow these steps:
    1. Ensure that the charger’s firmware version matches the current transmitter firmware version. NOTE: This may require a firmware downgrade of the charger’s firmware, which can be performed using the Shure Update Utility.
    2. Update the firmware of the transmitters only (NOT the charger) to the latest available version.
    3. Update the firmware of the charger to the latest available version.

NOTES

  • SCM820 is compatible with, but unaffected by 3.1
MXWAPT8 - Access Point Transceiver See release notes Posted May 29, 2015 Download PACK (7.42 mb)

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXWNCS4/8 Networked Chargers
  • MXWANI4/8 Audio Network Interfaces
  • MXWAPT4/8 Access Point Transceivers
  • MXW1/2/6/8 Wireless Microphones

IMPROVEMENTS

  • Fixed an MXW Access Point Transceiver Bug related to a port scanning protocol that caused MXW devices to require a power cycle to return to normal operation.

KNOWN ISSUES

  • Transmitters will fail to update when updated through a charger (MXWNCS) running a different firmware version than the transmitters. In order to properly update transmitters, follow these steps:
    1. Ensure that the charger’s firmware version matches the current transmitter firmware version. NOTE: This may require a firmware downgrade of the charger’s firmware, which can be performed using the Shure Update Utility.
    2. Update the firmware of the transmitters only (NOT the charger) to the latest available version.
    3. Update the firmware of the charger to the latest available version.

NOTES

  • SCM820 is compatible with, but unaffected by 3.1
3.0.2
File Date Download Size
MXWANI4 - Audio Network Interface See release notes Posted December 19, 2014 Download PACK (4.91 mb)

Release Date: 12/19/2014

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXWNCS4/8 Networked Chargers
  • MXWANI4/8 Audio Network Interfaces
  • MXWAPT4/8 Access Point Transceivers
  • MXW1/2/6/8 Wireless Microphones

NEW FEATURES

  • Lock Configuration – Enables more MXW devices to operate on the same subnet.  When a configuration is locked it reduces overall network communication with devices outside of the configuration.  This reduction in network traffic dramatically increases the overall number of MXW devices that can coexist on the same subnet.  It is recommended that all users lock their configurations after setup to optimize system performance.

IMPROVEMENTS

  • Fixed Spectrum Scanner display bug introduced in 2.0.5.  Current scan results are now shown immediately.
  • Stability improvements for Audio Network Interfaces.

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 3.0.2:
    • SCM820-DAN 1.1.21
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.0.15
    • Shure Update Utility 2.1.1
MXWANI8 - Audio Network Interface See release notes Posted December 19, 2014 Download PACK (4.91 mb)

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXWNCS4/8 Networked Chargers
  • MXWANI4/8 Audio Network Interfaces
  • MXWAPT4/8 Access Point Transceivers
  • MXW1/2/6/8 Wireless Microphones

NEW FEATURES

  • Lock Configuration – Enables more MXW devices to operate on the same subnet.  When a configuration is locked it reduces overall network communication with devices outside of the configuration.  This reduction in network traffic dramatically increases the overall number of MXW devices that can coexist on the same subnet.  It is recommended that all users lock their configurations after setup to optimize system performance.

IMPROVEMENTS

  • Fixed Spectrum Scanner display bug introduced in 2.0.5.  Current scan results are now shown immediately.
  • Stability improvements for Audio Network Interfaces.

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 3.0.2:
    • SCM820-DAN 1.1.21
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.0.15
    • Shure Update Utility 2.1.1
MXW1/2/6/8 - Transmitters See release notes Posted December 19, 2014 Download PACK (271 kb)

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXWNCS4/8 Networked Chargers
  • MXWANI4/8 Audio Network Interfaces
  • MXWAPT4/8 Access Point Transceivers
  • MXW1/2/6/8 Wireless Microphones

NEW FEATURES

  • Lock Configuration – Enables more MXW devices to operate on the same subnet.  When a configuration is locked it reduces overall network communication with devices outside of the configuration.  This reduction in network traffic dramatically increases the overall number of MXW devices that can coexist on the same subnet.  It is recommended that all users lock their configurations after setup to optimize system performance.

IMPROVEMENTS

  • Fixed Spectrum Scanner display bug introduced in 2.0.5.  Current scan results are now shown immediately.
  • Stability improvements for Audio Network Interfaces.

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 3.0.2:
    • SCM820-DAN 1.1.21
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.0.15
    • Shure Update Utility 2.1.1
MXWAPT4 - Access Point Transceiver See release notes Posted December 19, 2014 Download PACK (7.43 mb)

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXWNCS4/8 Networked Chargers
  • MXWANI4/8 Audio Network Interfaces
  • MXWAPT4/8 Access Point Transceivers
  • MXW1/2/6/8 Wireless Microphones

NEW FEATURES

  • Lock Configuration – Enables more MXW devices to operate on the same subnet.  When a configuration is locked it reduces overall network communication with devices outside of the configuration.  This reduction in network traffic dramatically increases the overall number of MXW devices that can coexist on the same subnet.  It is recommended that all users lock their configurations after setup to optimize system performance.

IMPROVEMENTS

  • Fixed Spectrum Scanner display bug introduced in 2.0.5.  Current scan results are now shown immediately.
  • Stability improvements for Audio Network Interfaces.

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 3.0.2:
    • SCM820-DAN 1.1.21
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.0.15
    • Shure Update Utility 2.1.1
MXWAPT8 - Access Point Transceiver See release notes Posted December 19, 2014 Download PACK (7.43 mb)

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXWNCS4/8 Networked Chargers
  • MXWANI4/8 Audio Network Interfaces
  • MXWAPT4/8 Access Point Transceivers
  • MXW1/2/6/8 Wireless Microphones

NEW FEATURES

  • Lock Configuration – Enables more MXW devices to operate on the same subnet.  When a configuration is locked it reduces overall network communication with devices outside of the configuration.  This reduction in network traffic dramatically increases the overall number of MXW devices that can coexist on the same subnet.  It is recommended that all users lock their configurations after setup to optimize system performance.

IMPROVEMENTS

  • Fixed Spectrum Scanner display bug introduced in 2.0.5.  Current scan results are now shown immediately.
  • Stability improvements for Audio Network Interfaces.

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 3.0.2:
    • SCM820-DAN 1.1.21
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.0.15
    • Shure Update Utility 2.1.1
2.0.5
File Date Download Size
MXW1/2/6/8 - Transmitters See release notes Posted September 22, 2014 Download PACK (271 kb)

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXWNCS4/8
  • MXWANI4/8
  • MXWAPT4/8

NEW FEATURES

  • Added new frequency band SKUs for Japan and Taiwan
  • Added the ability to remotely identify a microphone without beeping the mic’s alarm

IMPROVEMENTS

  • Moved the device IP Address Setting to the Utility Page, and enabled all IP edits to be batched.
  • Fixed the compatibility issue with Mavericks “timing out” the MXWAPT GUI.
  • Changed Factory reset button location to each individual device’s edit pop-up window.
  • Updated the MXW Charger to be discoverable by the Shure Discovery Application 1.0.11 or higher

KNOWN ISSUES

  • There may be issues staying connected to the GUI while using Safari on Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks.

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 2.0.5:
    • SCM820-DAN 1.1.211
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.0.11
MXWAPT4 - Access Point Transceiver See release notes Posted September 22, 2014 Download PACK (7.42 mb)

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXWNCS4/8
  • MXWANI4/8
  • MXWAPT4/8

NEW FEATURES

  • Added new frequency band SKUs for Japan and Taiwan
  • Added the ability to remotely identify a microphone without beeping the mic’s alarm

IMPROVEMENTS

  • Moved the device IP Address Setting to the Utility Page, and enabled all IP edits to be batched.
  • Fixed the compatibility issue with Mavericks “timing out” the MXWAPT GUI.
  • Changed Factory reset button location to each individual device’s edit pop-up window.
  • Updated the MXW Charger to be discoverable by the Shure Discovery Application 1.0.11 or higher

KNOWN ISSUES

  • There may be issues staying connected to the GUI while using Safari on Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks.

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 2.0.5:
    • SCM820-DAN 1.1.211
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.0.11
MXWAPT8 - Access Point Transceiver See release notes Posted September 22, 2014 Download PACK (7.42 mb)

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXWNCS4/8
  • MXWANI4/8
  • MXWAPT4/8

NEW FEATURES

  • Added new frequency band SKUs for Japan and Taiwan
  • Added the ability to remotely identify a microphone without beeping the mic’s alarm

IMPROVEMENTS

  • Moved the device IP Address Setting to the Utility Page, and enabled all IP edits to be batched.
  • Fixed the compatibility issue with Mavericks “timing out” the MXWAPT GUI.
  • Changed Factory reset button location to each individual device’s edit pop-up window.
  • Updated the MXW Charger to be discoverable by the Shure Discovery Application 1.0.11 or higher

KNOWN ISSUES

  • There may be issues staying connected to the GUI while using Safari on Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks.

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 2.0.5:
    • SCM820-DAN 1.1.211
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.0.11
MXWANI8 - Audio Network Interface See release notes Posted September 22, 2014 Download PACK (4.91 mb)

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXWNCS4/8
  • MXWANI4/8
  • MXWAPT4/8

NEW FEATURES

  • Added new frequency band SKUs for Japan and Taiwan
  • Added the ability to remotely identify a microphone without beeping the mic’s alarm

IMPROVEMENTS

  • Moved the device IP Address Setting to the Utility Page, and enabled all IP edits to be batched.
  • Fixed the compatibility issue with Mavericks “timing out” the MXWAPT GUI.
  • Changed Factory reset button location to each individual device’s edit pop-up window.
  • Updated the MXW Charger to be discoverable by the Shure Discovery Application 1.0.11 or higher

KNOWN ISSUES

  • There may be issues staying connected to the GUI while using Safari on Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks.

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 2.0.5:
    • SCM820-DAN 1.1.211
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.0.11
MXWANI4 - Audio Network Interface See release notes Posted September 22, 2014 Download PACK (4.91 mb)

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXWNCS4/8
  • MXWANI4/8
  • MXWAPT4/8

NEW FEATURES

  • Added new frequency band SKUs for Japan and Taiwan
  • Added the ability to remotely identify a microphone without beeping the mic’s alarm

IMPROVEMENTS

  • Moved the device IP Address Setting to the Utility Page, and enabled all IP edits to be batched.
  • Fixed the compatibility issue with Mavericks “timing out” the MXWAPT GUI.
  • Changed Factory reset button location to each individual device’s edit pop-up window.
  • Updated the MXW Charger to be discoverable by the Shure Discovery Application 1.0.11 or higher

KNOWN ISSUES

  • There may be issues staying connected to the GUI while using Safari on Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks.

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 2.0.5:
    • SCM820-DAN 1.1.211
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.0.11
1.2.8
File Date Download Size
MXWANI4 - Audio Network Interface See release notes Posted May 21, 2014 Download PACK (4.86 mb)

IMPORTANT:  Version 1.2.8 is a recommended patch release to fix a long-run-time bug.

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXWNCS4/8
  • MXWANI4/8
  • MXWAPT4/8

IMPROVEMENTS

  • Fixed bug regarding lost GUI connection with other MXW networked devices after running for > 24 days.

KNOWN ISSUES

  • There may be issues staying connected to the GUI while using Safari on Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks.

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 1.2.8:
    • SCM820-DAN 1.0.11
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.0.8
MXWAPT8 - Access Point Transceiver See release notes Posted May 21, 2014 Download PACK (7.84 mb)

IMPORTANT:  Version 1.2.8 is a recommended patch release to fix a long-run-time bug.

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXWNCS4/8
  • MXWANI4/8
  • MXWAPT4/8

IMPROVEMENTS

  • Fixed bug regarding lost GUI connection with other MXW networked devices after running for > 24 days.

KNOWN ISSUES

  • There may be issues staying connected to the GUI while using Safari on Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks.

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 1.2.8:
    • SCM820-DAN 1.0.11
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.0.8
MXWANI8 - Audio Network Interface See release notes Posted May 21, 2014 Download PACK (4.86 mb)

IMPORTANT:  Version 1.2.8 is a recommended patch release to fix a long-run-time bug.

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXWNCS4/8
  • MXWANI4/8
  • MXWAPT4/8

IMPROVEMENTS

  • Fixed bug regarding lost GUI connection with other MXW networked devices after running for > 24 days.

KNOWN ISSUES

  • There may be issues staying connected to the GUI while using Safari on Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks.

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 1.2.8:
    • SCM820-DAN 1.0.11
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.0.8
MXWAPT4 - Access Point Transceiver See release notes Posted May 21, 2014 Download PACK (7.84 mb)

IMPORTANT:  Version 1.2.8 is a recommended patch release to fix a long-run-time bug.

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXWNCS4/8
  • MXWANI4/8
  • MXWAPT4/8

IMPROVEMENTS

  • Fixed bug regarding lost GUI connection with other MXW networked devices after running for > 24 days.

KNOWN ISSUES

  • There may be issues staying connected to the GUI while using Safari on Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks.

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 1.2.8:
    • SCM820-DAN 1.0.11
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.0.8
MXW1/2/6/8 - Transmitters See release notes Posted May 21, 2014 Download PACK (269 kb)

IMPORTANT:  Version 1.2.8 is a recommended patch release to fix a long-run-time bug.

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXWNCS4/8
  • MXWANI4/8
  • MXWAPT4/8

IMPROVEMENTS

  • Fixed bug regarding lost GUI connection with other MXW networked devices after running for > 24 days.

KNOWN ISSUES

  • There may be issues staying connected to the GUI while using Safari on Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks.

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 1.2.8:
    • SCM820-DAN 1.0.11
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.0.8
1.2.5
File Date Download Size
MXWAPT8 - Access Point Transceiver See release notes Posted October 14, 2013 Download PACK (7.84 mb)

IMPORTANT:  Version 1.2.5 introduces new MXW components and system functionality (details below).  All MXW components must be updated to Version 1.2.5 for the MXW system to take advantage of the new features and overall system functionality.  

Mixed use of MXW component versions is not supported and may result in minor loss of functionality.

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXW1/6/8
  • MXWANI4/8
  • MXWAPT4/8
  • MXWNCS4/8

NEW FEATURES

  • Support for the MXW1 Bodypack Microphone
    • Includes two separate gain controls (Internal and External)
    • The Bodypack's Auto switchover feature has been tested and verified with the following microphones:
      • Countryman E6
      • MX150 B/O-TQG
      • PG30TQG
      • WBH53B
      • WL185
      • WL93
    • The Auto setting does NOT function with the following microphones, please set the Bodypack Mic Source to External when using them:
      • Countryman E2
      • MX153 B/O-TQG
  • Decreased power consumption of microphones in Standby Mode, allowing the microphones to remain in Standby longer
  • Improved Spectrum Scanning channel estimates
  • Improved accuracy of Battery time to empty when in Standby
  • Bug fixes

KNOWN ISSUES

  • MXW2 is not supported in 1.2.5
  • GUI connectivity issues may arrise with systems that have been powered on and running continuously for ~20 consecutive days.  Power-cycle the system to reinitialize communication.  Audio and RF performance are not affected.

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 1.2.5:
    • SCM820-DAN 1.0.11
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.0.8
MXWANI4 - Audio Network Interface See release notes Posted October 14, 2013 Download PACK (4.85 mb)

IMPORTANT:  Version 1.2.5 introduces new MXW components and system functionality (details below).  All MXW components must be updated to Version 1.2.5 for the MXW system to take advantage of the new features and overall system functionality.  

Mixed use of MXW component versions is not supported and may result in minor loss of functionality.

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXW1/6/8
  • MXWANI4/8
  • MXWAPT4/8
  • MXWNCS4/8

NEW FEATURES

  • Support for the MXW1 Bodypack Microphone
    • Includes two separate gain controls (Internal and External)
    • The Bodypack's Auto switchover feature has been tested and verified with the following microphones:
      • Countryman E6
      • MX150 B/O-TQG
      • PG30TQG
      • WBH53B
      • WL185
      • WL93
    • The Auto setting does NOT function with the following microphones, please set the Bodypack Mic Source to External when using them:
      • Countryman E2
      • MX153 B/O-TQG
  • Decreased power consumption of microphones in Standby Mode, allowing the microphones to remain in Standby longer
  • Improved Spectrum Scanning channel estimates
  • Improved accuracy of Battery time to empty when in Standby
  • Bug fixes

KNOWN ISSUES

  • MXW2 is not supported in 1.2.5
  • GUI connectivity issues may arrise with systems that have been powered on and running continuously for ~20 consecutive days.  Power-cycle the system to reinitialize communication.  Audio and RF performance are not affected.

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 1.2.5:
    • SCM820-DAN 1.0.11
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.0.8
MXWANI8 - Audio Network Interface See release notes Posted October 14, 2013 Download PACK (4.85 mb)

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXW6/8
  • MXWANI4/8
  • MXWAPT4/8
  • MXWNCS4/8

NEW FEATURES

  • Initial Release

KNOWN ISSUES

  • MXW1, MXW2 are not supported in 1.1.9
  • Users may see large fluctuations in Battery time while in Standby Mode
  • GUI connectivity issues may arrise with systems that have been powered on and running continuously for ~20 consecutive days.  Power-cycle the system to reinitialize communication.  Audio and RF performance are not affected.

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 1.1.9:
    • SCM820-DAN 1.0.11
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.0.8
MXWAPT4 - Access Point Transceiver See release notes Posted October 14, 2013 Download PACK (7.84 mb)

IMPORTANT:  Version 1.2.5 introduces new MXW components and system functionality (details below).  All MXW components must be updated to Version 1.2.5 for the MXW system to take advantage of the new features and overall system functionality.  

Mixed use of MXW component versions is not supported and may result in minor loss of functionality.

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXW1/6/8
  • MXWANI4/8
  • MXWAPT4/8
  • MXWNCS4/8

NEW FEATURES

  • Support for the MXW1 Bodypack Microphone
    • Includes two separate gain controls (Internal and External)
    • The Bodypack's Auto switchover feature has been tested and verified with the following microphones:
      • Countryman E6
      • MX150 B/O-TQG
      • PG30TQG
      • WBH53B
      • WL185
      • WL93
    • The Auto setting does NOT function with the following microphones, please set the Bodypack Mic Source to External when using them:
      • Countryman E2
      • MX153 B/O-TQG
  • Decreased power consumption of microphones in Standby Mode, allowing the microphones to remain in Standby longer
  • Improved Spectrum Scanning channel estimates
  • Improved accuracy of Battery time to empty when in Standby
  • Bug fixes

KNOWN ISSUES

  • MXW2 is not supported in 1.2.5
  • GUI connectivity issues may arrise with systems that have been powered on and running continuously for ~20 consecutive days.  Power-cycle the system to reinitialize communication.  Audio and RF performance are not affected.

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 1.2.5:
    • SCM820-DAN 1.0.11
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.0.8
MXW1/2/6/8 - Transmitters See release notes Posted October 14, 2013 Download PACK (269 kb)

IMPORTANT:  Version 1.2.5 introduces new MXW components and system functionality (details below).  All MXW components must be updated to Version 1.2.5 for the MXW system to take advantage of the new features and overall system functionality.  

Mixed use of MXW component versions is not supported and may result in minor loss of functionality.

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXW1/6/8
  • MXWANI4/8
  • MXWAPT4/8
  • MXWNCS4/8

NEW FEATURES

  • Support for the MXW1 Bodypack Microphone
    • Includes two separate gain controls (Internal and External)
    • The Bodypack's Auto switchover feature has been tested and verified with the following microphones:
      • Countryman E6
      • MX150 B/O-TQG
      • PG30TQG
      • WBH53B
      • WL185
      • WL93
    • The Auto setting does NOT function with the following microphones, please set the Bodypack Mic Source to External when using them:
      • Countryman E2
      • MX153 B/O-TQG
  • Decreased power consumption of microphones in Standby Mode, allowing the microphones to remain in Standby longer
  • Improved Spectrum Scanning channel estimates
  • Improved accuracy of Battery time to empty when in Standby
  • Bug fixes

KNOWN ISSUES

  • MXW2 is not supported in 1.2.5
  • GUI connectivity issues may arrise with systems that have been powered on and running continuously for ~20 consecutive days.  Power-cycle the system to reinitialize communication.  Audio and RF performance are not affected.

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 1.2.5:
    • SCM820-DAN 1.0.11
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.0.8
1.1.9
File Date Download Size
MXW1/2/6/8 - Transmitters See release notes Posted July 03, 2013 Download PACK (265 kb)

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXW6/8
  • MXWANI4/8
  • MXWAPT4/8
  • MXWNCS4/8

NEW FEATURES

  • Initial Release

KNOWN ISSUES

  • MXW1, MXW2 are not supported in 1.1.9
  • Users may see large fluctuations in Battery time while in Standby Mode
  • GUI connectivity issues may arrise with systems that have been powered on and running continuously for ~20 consecutive days.  Power-cycle the system to reinitialize communication.  Audio and RF performance are not affected.

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 1.1.9:
    • SCM820-DAN 1.0.11
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.0.8
MXWAPT4 - Access Point Transceiver See release notes Posted July 03, 2013 Download PACK (7.52 mb)

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXW6/8
  • MXWANI4/8
  • MXWAPT4/8
  • MXWNCS4/8

NEW FEATURES

  • Initial Release

KNOWN ISSUES

  • MXW1, MXW2 are not supported in 1.1.9
  • Users may see large fluctuations in Battery time while in Standby Mode
  • GUI connectivity issues may arrise with systems that have been powered on and running continuously for ~20 consecutive days.  Power-cycle the system to reinitialize communication.  Audio and RF performance are not affected.

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 1.1.9:
    • SCM820-DAN 1.0.11
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.0.8
MXWANI8 - Audio Network Interface See release notes Posted July 03, 2013 Download PACK (4.84 mb)

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXW6/8
  • MXWANI4/8
  • MXWAPT4/8
  • MXWNCS4/8

NEW FEATURES

  • Initial Release

KNOWN ISSUES

  • MXW1, MXW2 are not supported in 1.1.9
  • Users may see large fluctuations in Battery time while in Standby Mode
  • GUI connectivity issues may arrise with systems that have been powered on and running continuously for ~20 consecutive days.  Power-cycle the system to reinitialize communication.  Audio and RF performance are not affected.

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 1.1.9:
    • SCM820-DAN 1.0.11
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.0.8
MXWAPT8 - Access Point Transceiver See release notes Posted July 03, 2013 Download PACK (7.52 mb)

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXW6/8
  • MXWANI4/8
  • MXWAPT4/8
  • MXWNCS4/8

NEW FEATURES

  • Initial Release

KNOWN ISSUES

  • MXW1, MXW2 are not supported in 1.1.9
  • Users may see large fluctuations in Battery time while in Standby Mode
  • GUI connectivity issues may arrise with systems that have been powered on and running continuously for ~20 consecutive days.  Power-cycle the system to reinitialize communication.  Audio and RF performance are not affected.

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 1.1.9:
    • SCM820-DAN 1.0.11
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.0.8
MXWANI4 - Audio Network Interface See release notes Posted July 03, 2013 Download PACK (4.84 mb)

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXW6/8
  • MXWANI4/8
  • MXWAPT4/8
  • MXWNCS4/8

NEW FEATURES

  • Initial Release

KNOWN ISSUES

  • MXW1, MXW2 are not supported in 1.1.9
  • Users may see large fluctuations in Battery time while in Standby Mode
  • GUI connectivity issues may arrise with systems that have been powered on and running continuously for ~20 consecutive days.  Power-cycle the system to reinitialize communication.  Audio and RF performance are not affected.

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 1.1.9:
    • SCM820-DAN 1.0.11
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.0.8

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