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November 20, 2018 MXCWAPT - Access Point 1.0.3 See release notes Download PACK (35 mb)

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXCWAPT Access Point Receiver
  • MXCW640 Wireless Conference Unit
  • MXCWNCS Networked Charging Station

Bug Fixes

MXCWAPT Web Browser Interface

  • If updating from version 1.0.0.X and the browser interface is open, the interface will incorrectly show “Hosted FW update failure” even though the update is actually successful.
  • Admin View
    • Devices
      • NFC users can’t be sorted by seat name on the Devices list.
      • When an MXCW640 configured in Ambient Role is powered off, and then de-registered from the Devices list, it remains on the Devices list.
      • If an MXCW640 set as an Ambient role is selected on the Devices list, gain setting can’t be changed.
      • Sorting changes on the Devices list aren’t persistent when changing between views, refreshing the page, or rebooting the MXCWAPT.
      • When multiple MXCW640 units are selected on the Devices list, mic gain settings can’t be changed.
      • When using “Identify” on the Devices tab, the Start and End seat values don’t update when re-selecting “All Seats”.
      • From the Unregistered Devices and Firmware Updates tab, MXCW640 units set as Ambient can’t be identified.
    • Audio
      • If the Group Name field is left blank and then you click on a different group name, the field left blank remains blank rather than reverting back to its previous value.
      • Meeting Controls
      • When “Only admin/chairman can turn off participant microphones” is selected, the “Prevent double-press of Speak button” is still allowed.
      • Interpretations Setup screen does not display the channel number or language abbreviation on the MXCW640.
      • Indication of audio sources available on the Interpretation screen is incorrect if audio channels are already routed.
    • Settings
      • When set to Manual IP configuration and an invalid IP address is entered, an error message is missing.
      • When updating the password for Admin, Chairman, and Display roles and invalid characters are entered in the Password field, an incorrect error message is shown.
      • MXCW640 factory reset button doesn’t work.
      • After region and country are changed, "System configuration" appears while the Access Point reboots but doesn’t change after the Access Point has finished rebooting and the web browser interface needs to be refreshed.
      • "Colombia" is misspelled.
  • Chairman view
    • NFC users can’t be sorted by seat name on the Devices list.
    • Requests list can’t be reordered.
    • Searching for NFC participant names doesn’t work.
    • Mute All” is not disabled when logging out or closing the browser interface.

Command Strings

  • When an NFC card is inserted, SEAT_NAME is incorrectly reported.

MXCW640

  • In rare cases, there may be continuous intermittent audio artifacts on an individual unit that are resolved by restarting the unit.
  • Tech menu can’t be accessed when connected to an MXCWAPT Access Point on a different firmware version.
  • "Exclusive" button appears twice on screen for the Chairman role.
  • When the left button on a Chairman MXCW640 is configured to Exclusive and then "Exclusive" is initiated on the MXCW640, the Exclusive function remains active even if changed to another function.
  • "Mute All" doesn’t work and audio is still being passed from conference units.
  • "Sign Out" button is not translated to the language set for the unit.
  • When the left button function is set to “No Function”, the Speak LED is not shown on both LEDs.

Known Issues

MXCWAPT

  • In extremely rare cases, a user may see issues during system SSID changes, where the Access Point or MXCW640 units don’t change as instructed. Restart affected devices and set correct SSID.
  • Access Point is not discovered by Shure Web Discovery App when the Audio network IP configuration is set to Manual (Static). Power cycle the Access Point.
  • Web Browser Interface
    • Any MXCW640 units selected on the Access Point’s browser firmware page will unexpectedly be updated when Shure Update Utility updates the hosted Access Point firmware.
    • In Chairman view, the "Favorites" pin isn’t persistent.
    • For -B and -W SKUs only: Following a country change, the Wireless tab displays channels as “good” prior to completing a full spectrum scan.
    • In the Audio Output page, error messages are not completely visible as they are overlapping with other UI elements.
    • Web browser interface unexpectedly stops displaying information on the Firmware Update screen.
    • Some UI translations are missing or incorrect.
  • Dante
    • During the firmware update process via Shure Update Utility, Dante/AES67 audio is not immediately muted.
    • Emergency audio goes out all Dante/AES67 output channels, including those that do not have audio sources assigned to it.

Command strings

  • Unable to communicate with Ambient units with command strings.
  • < SET x FLASH ON > command to MXCW640 doesn’t generate a response.

MXCW640

  • In rare cases, a MXCW640 unit may appear stuck and only display the Shure logo. Restart the unit.
  • When exiting the Tech menu and after an NFC card is inserted, you will incorrectly see the “Reading card” message.

MXCWNCS

  • Fall-back IP address may change following a power cycle due to Windows operating systems.

Notes

  • User Guide
  • To use MXCW version 1.0.3 with other Shure software, reference the following list of minimum versions:
    • Shure Update Utility 2.4.3
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.2
    • Shure NFC Programming Application 1.0.3
November 20, 2018 MXCW640 - Wireless Conference Unit 1.0.3 See release notes Download PACK (27.4 mb)

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXCWAPT Access Point Receiver
  • MXCW640 Wireless Conference Unit
  • MXCWNCS Networked Charging Station

Bug Fixes

MXCWAPT Web Browser Interface

  • If updating from version 1.0.0.X and the browser interface is open, the interface will incorrectly show “Hosted FW update failure” even though the update is actually successful.
  • Admin View
    • Devices
      • NFC users can’t be sorted by seat name on the Devices list.
      • When an MXCW640 configured in Ambient Role is powered off, and then de-registered from the Devices list, it remains on the Devices list.
      • If an MXCW640 set as an Ambient role is selected on the Devices list, gain setting can’t be changed.
      • Sorting changes on the Devices list aren’t persistent when changing between views, refreshing the page, or rebooting the MXCWAPT.
      • When multiple MXCW640 units are selected on the Devices list, mic gain settings can’t be changed.
      • When using “Identify” on the Devices tab, the Start and End seat values don’t update when re-selecting “All Seats”.
      • From the Unregistered Devices and Firmware Updates tab, MXCW640 units set as Ambient can’t be identified.
    • Audio
      • If the Group Name field is left blank and then you click on a different group name, the field left blank remains blank rather than reverting back to its previous value.
      • Meeting Controls
      • When “Only admin/chairman can turn off participant microphones” is selected, the “Prevent double-press of Speak button” is still allowed.
      • Interpretations Setup screen does not display the channel number or language abbreviation on the MXCW640.
      • Indication of audio sources available on the Interpretation screen is incorrect if audio channels are already routed.
    • Settings
      • When set to Manual IP configuration and an invalid IP address is entered, an error message is missing.
      • When updating the password for Admin, Chairman, and Display roles and invalid characters are entered in the Password field, an incorrect error message is shown.
      • MXCW640 factory reset button doesn’t work.
      • After region and country are changed, "System configuration" appears while the Access Point reboots but doesn’t change after the Access Point has finished rebooting and the web browser interface needs to be refreshed.
      • "Colombia" is misspelled.
  • Chairman view
    • NFC users can’t be sorted by seat name on the Devices list.
    • Requests list can’t be reordered.
    • Searching for NFC participant names doesn’t work.
    • Mute All” is not disabled when logging out or closing the browser interface.

Command Strings

  • When an NFC card is inserted, SEAT_NAME is incorrectly reported.

MXCW640

  • In rare cases, there may be continuous intermittent audio artifacts on an individual unit that are resolved by restarting the unit.
  • Tech menu can’t be accessed when connected to an MXCWAPT Access Point on a different firmware version.
  • "Exclusive" button appears twice on screen for the Chairman role.
  • When the left button on a Chairman MXCW640 is configured to Exclusive and then "Exclusive" is initiated on the MXCW640, the Exclusive function remains active even if changed to another function.
  • "Mute All" doesn’t work and audio is still being passed from conference units.
  • "Sign Out" button is not translated to the language set for the unit.
  • When the left button function is set to “No Function”, the Speak LED is not shown on both LEDs.

Known Issues

MXCWAPT

  • In extremely rare cases, a user may see issues during system SSID changes, where the Access Point or MXCW640 units don’t change as instructed. Restart affected devices and set correct SSID.
  • Access Point is not discovered by Shure Web Discovery App when the Audio network IP configuration is set to Manual (Static). Power cycle the Access Point.
  • Web Browser Interface
    • Any MXCW640 units selected on the Access Point’s browser firmware page will unexpectedly be updated when Shure Update Utility updates the hosted Access Point firmware.
    • In Chairman view, the "Favorites" pin isn’t persistent.
    • For -B and -W SKUs only: Following a country change, the Wireless tab displays channels as “good” prior to completing a full spectrum scan.
    • In the Audio Output page, error messages are not completely visible as they are overlapping with other UI elements.
    • Web browser interface unexpectedly stops displaying information on the Firmware Update screen.
    • Some UI translations are missing or incorrect.
  • Dante
    • During the firmware update process via Shure Update Utility, Dante/AES67 audio is not immediately muted.
    • Emergency audio goes out all Dante/AES67 output channels, including those that do not have audio sources assigned to it.

Command strings

  • Unable to communicate with Ambient units with command strings.
  • < SET x FLASH ON > command to MXCW640 doesn’t generate a response.

MXCW640

  • In rare cases, a MXCW640 unit may appear stuck and only display the Shure logo. Restart the unit.
  • When exiting the Tech menu and after an NFC card is inserted, you will incorrectly see the “Reading card” message.

MXCWNCS

  • Fall-back IP address may change following a power cycle due to Windows operating systems.

Notes

  • User Guide
  • To use MXCW version 1.0.3 with other Shure software, reference the following list of minimum versions:
    • Shure Update Utility 2.4.3
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.2
    • Shure NFC Programming Application 1.0.3
November 15, 2018 GLXD1 - Bodypack Transmitter 2.2.6 See release notes Download PACK (593 kb)

Improvement

  • Bug fix

Known Issue

  • After attempting to downgrade GLX-D devices from version 2.2.5 and higher to version 2.0.0.1, Shure Update Utility will maintain the same version number followed by an asterisk (*), and incorrectly state in the Event Log that the firmware failed to install. The firmware downgrade will actually be successful.

Notes

  • GLX-D devices on firmware version 2.0.0.1 or higher are not compatible with earlier versions. Ensure all GLX-D devices in a configuration have the same firmware version.
  • For operation of GLX-D 2.2.6 devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software versions:
    • Shure Update Utility 2.4.3
November 15, 2018 GLXD2 - Handheld Transmitter 2.2.6 See release notes Download PACK (593 kb)

Improvement

  • Bug fix

Known Issue

  • After attempting to downgrade GLX-D devices from version 2.2.5 and higher to version 2.0.0.1, Shure Update Utility will maintain the same version number followed by an asterisk (*), and incorrectly state in the Event Log that the firmware failed to install. The firmware downgrade will actually be successful.

Notes

  • GLX-D devices on firmware version 2.0.0.1 or higher are not compatible with earlier versions. Ensure all GLX-D devices in a configuration have the same firmware version.
  • For operation of GLX-D 2.2.6 devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software versions:
    • Shure Update Utility 2.4.3
November 15, 2018 GLXD4 - Wireless Receiver 2.2.6 See release notes Download PACK (1.13 mb)

Important

  • Update all GLX-D devices in a configuration to the same firmware version.
  • To update or downgrade GLXD4 receivers, use Shure Update Utility version 2.4.3 and download the appropriate firmware.

Improvement

  • Bug fix

Known Issue

  • After attempting to downgrade GLX-D devices from version 2.2.6 to version 2.0.0.1, Shure Update Utility will maintain the same version number followed by an asterisk (*) and incorrectly state in the Event Log that the firmware failed to install. The firmware downgrade will actually be successful.

Notes

  • To operate GLXD4 version 2.2.6 devices with other Shure software, see the following list of minimum versions:
    • GLXD1/2 Transmitters 2.2.6
    • GLX-D GLXD4/4R/6 Receivers 2.2.6
    • UA846Z2 Frequency Manager 2.2.6
    • Shure Update Utility 2.4.3
November 15, 2018 GLXD6 - Guitar Pedal Receiver 2.2.6 See release notes Download PACK (850 kb)

Important

Update all GLX-D devices in a configuration to the same firmware version

Improvement

  • Bug fix

Known Issue

  • After attempting to downgrade GLX-D devices from version 2.2.5 and higher to version 2.0.0.1, Shure Update Utility will maintain the same version number followed by an asterisk (*), and incorrectly state in the Event Log that the firmware failed to install. The firmware downgrade will actually be successful.

Notes

  • GLX-D devices on firmware version 2.0.0.1 or higher are not compatible with earlier versions. Ensure all GLX-D devices in a configuration have the same firmware version.
  • To operate GLXD6 version 2.2.6 devices with other Shure software, see the following list of minimum versions:
    • GLXD1/2 Transmitters 2.2.6
    • GLXD4/4R/6 Receivers 2.2.6
    • UA846Z2 Frequency Manager 2.2.6
    • Shure Update Utility 2.4.3
November 15, 2018 GLXD4R - GLX-D Advanced Rackmount Receiver 2.2.6 See release notes Download PACK (652 kb)

Important

  • Update all GLX-D devices in a configuration to the same firmware version.
  • To update or downgrade GLXD4 receivers, use Shure Update Utility version 2.4.3 and download the appropriate firmware.

Improvement

  • Resolved a rare transmitter re-linking issue that occurs after going out of range

Notes

  • To operate GLXD4R version 2.2.6 devices with other Shure software, see the following list of minimum versions:
    • GLXD1/2 Transmitters 2.2.6
    • UA846Z2 Frequency Manager 2.2.6
    • Shure Update Utility 2.4.3
November 15, 2018 UA846Z2 - GLX-D Advanced Frequency Manager 2.2.6 See release notes Download PACK (38.6 kb)

Improvement

  • Bug fix

Notes

  • GLX-D devices on firmware version 2.0.0.1 or higher are not compatible with earlier versions. Ensure all GLX-D devices in a configuration have the same firmware version.
  • To operate GLXD6 version 2.2.6 devices with other Shure software, see the following list of minimum versions:
    • GLXD1/2 Transmitters 2.2.6
    • GLXD4/4R/6 Receivers 2.2.6
    • Shure Update Utility 2.4.3
November 15, 2018 SBRC - Shure Battery Rack Charger 1.1.2 See release notes Download PACK (531 kb)

Recommendation

SBRC devices updated to version 1.1.2 should not be downgraded to version 1.0.1

Improvement

  • Support for SBM910, SBM920, and SBM910M charging modules.
  • Command string support for Flash/Identify.

Notes

  • Command Strings
  • To operate SBRC version 1.1.2 devices with other Shure software, see the following list of minimum versions:
    • Shure Update Utility 2.4.3
    • Wireless Workbench 6.12.5
November 07, 2018 ULXD4D - Extended Bands Dual Channel Digital Wireless Receiver 2.3.4 See release notes Download PACK (5.22 mb)

Important

  • ULX-D 2.X firmware versions are incompatible with ULX-D or QLX-D 1.X firmware versions. To ensure all receivers and transmitters in a configuration function with each other, update all devices to the same firmware version.

Improvement

  • Support new hardware revisions of ULX-D. New revisions can't be downgraded below version 2.3.4.

Known Issues

  • New hardware revisions of ULX-D version 2.3.4 are not compatible with SystemOn 2.0-3.0.1.
  • ULX-D devices on J50A or L50A frequency bands are not compatible with SystemOn 2.0-3.0.1.

Notes

  • User Guide
  • If your ULXD4D/Q is on version 1.3.6 or older, first upgrade to version 1.4.8 before upgrading to the latest version of ULX-D. Because version 1.4.8 is no longer available on Shure Update Utility, you will need to download the firmware from Shure's Firmware Archive. Follow these steps:
    1. Download Shure Update Utility
    2. Download ULXD4D version 1.4.8 or ULXD4Q version 1.4.8 to your computer and copy the .pack file to Documents > Shure > Firmware
    3. Launch Shure Update Utility, connect your devices to your computer, and follow SUU instructions on uploading new firmware to devices.
  • ULXD1/2 transmitters used with receivers must be updated via IR sync. After a receiver is updated, follow these steps:
    1. Go to the receiver menu: DEVICE UTILITIES > TX FW UPDATE
    2. Align the infrared ports with the transmitter
    3. Press ENTER
  • Maintain an IR connection when updating transmitter firmware via IR sync. In rare occasions, updates from 1.5.6 or earlier to 1.6.6 or later can cause transmitters to become non-responsive temporarily. If the update fails and the unit is non-responsive, resolve the issue by following these steps:
    1. Using the Shure Update Utility, downgrade the firmware for the ULXD4/ULXD4D/ULXD4Q Receiver to 1.5.6 AND keep the desired transmitter firmware (1.6.6 or later).
    2. Update the transmitter firmware to 1.6.6 or later via IR menu. From the receiver menu: DEVICE UTILITIES > TX FW UPDATE. Align the infrared ports with the transmitter and then press ENTER.
    3. Update receiver to 1.6.6 or later.
  • To operate ULX-D version 2.3.4 devices with other Shure networked systems and software, see the following list of minimum versions:
    • ULX-D ULXD1/2/6/8 Transmitters and ULXD4/4D/4Q Receivers 2.3.4
    • SBC250/450/850 Networked Charging Stations 2.3.4
    • QLX-D QLXD1/2 Transmitters and QLXD4 Receivers 2.2.11
    • PSM1000 1.6.19
    • Axient AXT600 Spectrum Manager 2.1.22
    • Wireless Workbench 6.12.6
    • Shure Update Utility 2.4.3
    • ShurePlus Channels 1.4.2