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June 14, 2018 Microflex Complete, DDS 5900, and DCS 6000 8.3.1 See release notes Download ZIP (175 mb)

Important

  • This firmware release can be used to upgrade units in a DDS 5900 or a DCS 6000 systems using CU 5905, CU 6105, CU 6110 or DIS CCU Central Units.
  • CU 6000, CU 6005, CU 6010 and CU 6011 Central Units are not supported in this release.
  • DIS FUU Firmware Upgrade Utility is required to upgrade devices.

New Feature

  • DCS 6000 (DIS CCU) and CU61XX: Support for Microflex Complete MXC615, MXC620, MXC620-F, MXC630, and MXC630-F

Improvements

  • Bug fixes for DC 6990 P
  • Delegate devices incorrectly handles Mic On in Manual + Reply Mode
  • Speech time is not reset after microphone is turned off
  • Devices may not display delegate name on Welcome screen
  • Exclusive requests behave incorrectly between two devices set as Chairman

Notes

July 24, 2018 Microflex Complete 8.3.1 See release notes Download ZIP (175 mb)

Release notes cover the following models:

  • MXC615
  • MXC620/620-F
  • MXC630/630-F

Important

  • This firmware release can be used to upgrade Microflex Complete (MXC) devices in a system using DIS CCU, CU 6105 or CU 6110 Central Units.
  • Firmware Upgrade Utility (FUU) v1641, which is included in the release,is required to upgrade MXC devices. In the FUU, MXC devices will be designated with an "-A" suffix.

New Feature

  • Initial firmware for Microflex Complete MXC615, MXC620, MXC620-F, MXC630, and MXC630-F.

Notes

  • Microflex Complete and DCS 6000 firmware files are packaged together in the same release file.
  • To operate MXC devices release 8.3.1 with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions:
    • DCS 6000 8.3.1
    • SW6000 6.7.1
November 23, 2017 Microflex Complete, DDS 5900, and DCS 6000 8.2.2 See release notes Download ZIP (174 mb)

Important

  • This firmware release can be used to upgrade units in a DDS 5900 or a DCS 6000 systems using CU 5905, CU 6105, CU 6110 or DIS CCU Central Units.
  • The CU 6000, CU 6005, CU 6010 and CU 6011 Central Units are not supported in this release.
  • The DIS FUU Firmware Upgrade Utility, which is part of this firmware release, must be used when upgrading

New Features

  • CU/CUU: Added multi-language support for WEB-UI and Name Sign.
  • CU 5905/CCU(5900 mode) - Support for TPCI mic_attenuation command

Improvements

  • CU/CCU - Ensures channel selectors get language abbreviation on/off setting repeatedly.
  • SW6000, CU – Fixed the clearing request list so that the individual request Off comes before Clear Request List
  • CU/CCU - Fixed CU response with Mic on, when sending microphone on message to an Interpreter that is not connected to the CU
  • CU/CCU - CU is no longer resetting if interpreter settings are reset while the interpreter microphone is active
  • CU/CCU - WEB-UI "View Open Source Licenses" now shows open source licenses instead of a "404 Not Found" html page
  • CS6340F - After CU starts up, channel OLED on CS6340F now correctly shows channel language abbreviation instead of channel number
  • IS6132 – There is no longer an audible difference in sound level on CU audio output, when comparing floor sound and interpreted audio
  • SW6000, Interpreter, CU61xx, - Interpreter status is now correctly marked as "Lost" if unregistered rather than "Not Lost" and leading to wrong status in SW6000
  • DC59xx – Fixed the "All delegate off" LED so that it is not ON when the button is pressed on DC59xx chairman units
  • CU/CCU – In operation mode FIFO, the request list is now restored to speak list when selecting "All del off" on the WEB-UI

Notes

March 31, 2017 Microflex Complete, DDS 5900, and DCS 6000 8.2 See release notes Download ZIP (174 mb)

IMPORTANT

  • This firmware release can be used to upgrade units in a DDS 5900 or a DCS 6000 systems using CU 5905, CU 6105, CU 6110 or DIS CCU Central Units.
  • The CU 6000, CU 6005, CU 6010 and CU 6011 Central Units are not supported in this release.
  • The DIS FUU Firmware Upgrade Utility, which is part of this firmware release, must be used when upgrading

NEW FEATURES

  • Support of Shure Name Sign
  • Support for individual microphone attenuation control in 5900 mode on the CU/CCU GUI
October 18, 2016 Microflex Complete, DDS 5900, and DCS 6000 8.0.5 See release notes Download ZIP (155 mb)

NEW FEATURES

  • DC6990P - Support for colours on voting buttons
  • 6000, 5900 - Support for "Speak Button Lock". Settings available from CU5905/CU6110/CCU web interface. The ‘Lock Override Time (Long Push Time)’ and the ‘Lock Duration’ is settable from the web interface.
  • 6000, 5900 - Support for "Allow Mic Off". Settings available from CU5905/CU6110/CCU web interface
  • DC6990, DC6190, DM6680, DC59xx - Support for "Long Push" to overrule Speak Button Lock

IMPROVEMENTS

  • CU5905/CU6110/CCU – Audio In Volume, Level & Muted settings were not stored correctly in CU configuration. Making changes to Audio In 1 caused changes to be used for Audio In 2 after next reboot and vice versa
  • CU61xx, CCU - Electrical clicking noise removed from interpreter microphone LED when microphone is activated
  • CU5905/CU6110/CCU – Setting Audio In2 -> Loudspeaker from front plate does not work
  • CU61xx, CCU - Setting an Interpreter Unit to same A and B outgoing channel will cause audio to become lost if interpreter switch outgoing channel between A and B with Interpreter Unit engaged
  • PCB6000 (Flush mounted units) - Vote LED indication not correctly updated on chip card login during voting session if user has voted previously in the same session
  • DC6990P – Speech time not stopped on delegates during Exclusive On
  • DC6990P – Seat names not updated correctly on unit type change

FIRMWARE UPGRADE UTILITY (FUU) V1489

  • An issue in FUU was fixed where units with old firmware were cleared on a CU6010 when they became locked - hereby preventing an upgrade. (CONFFW-558)
  • Timestamps added to Upgrade Log.
  • FUU will now by default look for a FUU library in a the released folder structure.
October 02, 2015 Microflex Complete, DDS 5900, and DCS 6000 7.5.10 See release notes Download ZIP (151 mb)

IMPROVEMENT

DC6120P - fixed bug causing missing audio on DC6120 units

June 13, 2018 MXWAPT2 - Access Point Transceiver 5.2.2 See release notes Download PACK (8.04 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 Feature

  • AES67 support on MXW Access Points (MXWAPT) and MXW Audio Network Interfaces (MXWANI)

Improvements

  • Notifications added to the MXW control software to inform you when a firmware update via Shure Update Utility is recommended.

Bug Fixes

  • For MXW installations across multiple subnets managed by SystemOn, MXWNCS chargers discover only four microphones on the MXWNCS8 charger even though there are more than four.
  • MXW Control Software doesn't show an "Unlink" button on the Monitor tab when microphones are powered off or out of range, or when networked chargers are offline.
  • Microphones already linked to an Access Point can't link to a different Access Point without first unlinking.
  • After microphones are removed from a charger, active microphones take several minutes to appear on SystemOn and trigger false notifications.
  • Status update stops on the Scanning Session display when changes are made to the Channel Density mode (Standard to High, or High to Standard) or to the RF Coordination mode (A to B, or B to A) during a spectrum scan.
  • MXWAPT firmware updates may fail after repeated attempts using the Shure Update Utility.
    • Note: Please contact Shure Support to replace an affected MXWAPT.
  • Due to factory programming error, MXWAPT4 and MXWAPT2 access points shipped from October 2017 through March 2018 may incur frequent erratic microphone behavior indicated by a constant red blinking LED on the microphones, even when the microphones are well within range of the access point.
  • During Spectrum Scan, modifying MXWAPT configuration settings can put the device in a non-deterministic state. If configuration settings are modified during Spectrum Scan, MXWAPT must be rebooted.

Known Issues

  • When an interfering DECT device is transmitting nearby an MXWAPT, the Access Point may occasionally drop the connection to mics 1-4. To recover mic connectivity, you can reset the MXWAPT. Examples of interfering DECT devices are other MXWAPT devices that are not on the same subnet as the affected MXWAPT; however, in many cases, the interfering DECT devices are wireless headsets for wired telephones on desks.
  • SystemOn 3.0.1 incorrectly warns "Check system requirements, your current firmware version may not be confirmed compatible".

Notes

  • Crestron/AMX Control Strings
  • Quick Start Guide
  • User Guide
  • To operate MXW version 5.2.2 with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions:
    • SCM820 1.3.3
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.2
    • Shure Update Utility 2.4.2
    • SystemOn 3.0.1
June 13, 2018 MXWAPT4 - Access Point Transceiver 5.2.2 See release notes Download PACK (8.04 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 Feature

  • AES67 support on MXW Access Points (MXWAPT) and MXW Audio Network Interfaces (MXWANI)

Improvements

  • Notifications added to the MXW control software to inform you when a firmware update via Shure Update Utility is recommended.

Bug Fixes

  • For MXW installations across multiple subnets managed by SystemOn, MXWNCS chargers discover only four microphones on the MXWNCS8 charger even though there are more than four.
  • MXW Control Software doesn't show an "Unlink" button on the Monitor tab when microphones are powered off or out of range, or when networked chargers are offline.
  • Microphones already linked to an Access Point can't link to a different Access Point without first unlinking.
  • After microphones are removed from a charger, active microphones take several minutes to appear on SystemOn and trigger false notifications.
  • Status update stops on the Scanning Session display when changes are made to the Channel Density mode (Standard to High, or High to Standard) or to the RF Coordination mode (A to B, or B to A) during a spectrum scan.
  • MXWAPT firmware updates may fail after repeated attempts using the Shure Update Utility.
    • Note: Please contact Shure Support to replace an affected MXWAPT.
  • Due to factory programming error, MXWAPT4 and MXWAPT2 access points shipped from October 2017 through March 2018 may incur frequent erratic microphone behavior indicated by a constant red blinking LED on the microphones, even when the microphones are well within range of the access point.
  • During Spectrum Scan, modifying MXWAPT configuration settings can put the device in a non-deterministic state. If configuration settings are modified during Spectrum Scan, MXWAPT must be rebooted.

Known Issues

  • When an interfering DECT device is transmitting nearby an MXWAPT, the Access Point may occasionally drop the connection to mics 1-4. To recover mic connectivity, you can reset the MXWAPT. Examples of interfering DECT devices are other MXWAPT devices that are not on the same subnet as the affected MXWAPT; however, in many cases, the interfering DECT devices are wireless headsets for wired telephones on desks.
  • SystemOn 3.0.1 incorrectly warns "Check system requirements, your current firmware version may not be confirmed compatible".

Notes

  • Crestron/AMX Control Strings
  • Quick Start Guide
  • User Guide
  • To operate MXW version 5.2.2 with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions:
    • SCM820 1.3.3
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.2
    • Shure Update Utility 2.4.2
    • SystemOn 3.0.1
June 13, 2018 MXWAPT8 - Access Point Transceiver 5.2.2 See release notes Download PACK (8.04 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 Feature

  • AES67 support on MXW Access Points (MXWAPT) and MXW Audio Network Interfaces (MXWANI)

Improvements

  • Notifications added to the MXW control software to inform you when a firmware update via Shure Update Utility is recommended.

Bug Fixes

  • For MXW installations across multiple subnets managed by SystemOn, MXWNCS chargers discover only four microphones on the MXWNCS8 charger even though there are more than four.
  • MXW Control Software doesn't show an "Unlink" button on the Monitor tab when microphones are powered off or out of range, or when networked chargers are offline.
  • Microphones already linked to an Access Point can't link to a different Access Point without first unlinking.
  • After microphones are removed from a charger, active microphones take several minutes to appear on SystemOn and trigger false notifications.
  • Status update stops on the Scanning Session display when changes are made to the Channel Density mode (Standard to High, or High to Standard) or to the RF Coordination mode (A to B, or B to A) during a spectrum scan.
  • MXWAPT firmware updates may fail after repeated attempts using the Shure Update Utility.
    • Note: Please contact Shure Support to replace an affected MXWAPT.
  • Due to factory programming error, MXWAPT4 and MXWAPT2 access points shipped from October 2017 through March 2018 may incur frequent erratic microphone behavior indicated by a constant red blinking LED on the microphones, even when the microphones are well within range of the access point.
  • During Spectrum Scan, modifying MXWAPT configuration settings can put the device in a non-deterministic state. If configuration settings are modified during Spectrum Scan, MXWAPT must be rebooted.

Known Issues

  • When an interfering DECT device is transmitting nearby an MXWAPT, the Access Point may occasionally drop the connection to mics 1-4. To recover mic connectivity, you can reset the MXWAPT. Examples of interfering DECT devices are other MXWAPT devices that are not on the same subnet as the affected MXWAPT; however, in many cases, the interfering DECT devices are wireless headsets for wired telephones on desks.
  • SystemOn 3.0.1 incorrectly warns "Check system requirements, your current firmware version may not be confirmed compatible".

Notes

  • Crestron/AMX Control Strings
  • Quick Start Guide
  • User Guide
  • To operate MXW version 5.2.2 with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions:
    • SCM820 1.3.3
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.2
    • Shure Update Utility 2.4.2
    • SystemOn 3.0.1
June 13, 2018 MXWNCS2/4/8 - Networked Charging Station 5.2.2 See release notes Download PACK (1.43 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 Feature

  • AES67 support on MXW Access Points (MXWAPT) and MXW Audio Network Interfaces (MXWANI)

Improvements

  • Notifications added to the MXW control software to inform you when a firmware update via Shure Update Utility is recommended.

Bug Fixes

  • For MXW installations across multiple subnets managed by SystemOn, MXWNCS chargers discover only four microphones on the MXWNCS8 charger even though there are more than four.
  • MXW Control Software doesn't show an "Unlink" button on the Monitor tab when microphones are powered off or out of range, or when networked chargers are offline.
  • Microphones already linked to an Access Point can't link to a different Access Point without first unlinking.
  • After microphones are removed from a charger, active microphones take several minutes to appear on SystemOn and trigger false notifications.
  • Status update stops on the Scanning Session display when changes are made to the Channel Density mode (Standard to High, or High to Standard) or to the RF Coordination mode (A to B, or B to A) during a spectrum scan.
  • MXWAPT firmware updates may fail after repeated attempts using the Shure Update Utility.
    • Note: Please contact Shure Support to replace an affected MXWAPT.
  • Due to factory programming error, MXWAPT4 and MXWAPT2 access points shipped from October 2017 through March 2018 may incur frequent erratic microphone behavior indicated by a constant red blinking LED on the microphones, even when the microphones are well within range of the access point.
  • During Spectrum Scan, modifying MXWAPT configuration settings can put the device in a non-deterministic state. If configuration settings are modified during Spectrum Scan, MXWAPT must be rebooted.

Known Issues

  • When an interfering DECT device is transmitting nearby an MXWAPT, the Access Point may occasionally drop the connection to mics 1-4. To recover mic connectivity, you can reset the MXWAPT. Examples of interfering DECT devices are other MXWAPT devices that are not on the same subnet as the affected MXWAPT; however, in many cases, the interfering DECT devices are wireless headsets for wired telephones on desks.
  • SystemOn 3.0.1 incorrectly warns "Check system requirements, your current firmware version may not be confirmed compatible".

Notes

  • Crestron/AMX Control Strings
  • Quick Start Guide
  • User Guide
  • To operate MXW version 5.2.2 with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions:
    • SCM820 1.3.3
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.2
    • Shure Update Utility 2.4.2
    • SystemOn 3.0.1