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June 14, 2018 ULXD6/8 - Transmitters 2.2.24 See release notes Download PACK (286 kb)

Important

  • Before ULX-D and QLX-D receivers can host or update ULXD6/8 firmware, they must be updated to the following minimum firmware versions:
    • ULXD4, ULXD4D, and ULXD4Q Receivers 2.1.16 or higher
    • QLXD4 Receivers 2.1.5 or higher
  • 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 ULX-D devices to the same version.

Improvements

  • Support for new frequency bands
    • Latin America 632 – 696 MHz (L50)
    • Taiwan: 510-530 MHz (G62)
    • U.S. 572 – 616 MHz (J50A)
    • U.S. 653 – 663 MHz (L50A)
  • Bug fixes

Known Issue

  • ULXD6/8 transmitters are not compatible with SystemOn 2.0-3.0.1

Notes

  • ULXD6/8 User Guide
  • To update firmware for ULXD6/8 transmitters with ULX-D or QLX-D receivers:
    1. Update receivers to the following minimum versions:
      • ULXD4, ULXD4D, and ULXD4Q Receivers 2.1.16 or higher
      • QLXD4 Receivers 2.1.5 or higher
    2. Using Shure Update Utility, download ULXD6/8 transmitter firmware to the receivers.
    3. Using the FW Update menu on a receiver, update transmitters.
  • To update ULXD6/8 transmitters firmware while they are docked in an SBC250/450/850 Networked Charging Station:
    1. Place transmitters on charging station and ensure charging station is connected to the network.
    2. Launch Shure Update Utility to find firmware updates.
    3. Download updates and select Send Updates.
  • To operate ULXD6/8 version 2.2.24 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 2.2.24
    • SBC250/450/850 Networked Charging Stations 2.2.24
    • QLX-D QLXD1/2 Transmitters and QLXD4 Receivers 2.2.11
    • Wireless Workbench 6.12.4
    • Shure Update Utility 2.4.2
    • ShurePlus Channels 1.4.1
June 13, 2018 MXW1/2/6/8 - Transmitters 5.2.2 See release notes Download PACK (312 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 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 MXWANI4 - Audio Network Interface 5.2.2 See release notes Download PACK (5.36 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 MXWANI8 - Audio Network Interface 5.2.2 See release notes Download PACK (5.36 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 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 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
May 22, 2018 QLXD1/2 - Extended Bands Wireless Transmitters 2.2.11 See release notes Download PACK (254 kb)

Recommendation

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

Important

QLX-D 2.X firmware versions are incompatible with 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.

Improvements

  • Support for new frequency bands
    • U.S. 572 – 616 MHz (J50A)
    • U.S. 653 – 663 MHz (L50A)
  • Support for ULXD6/8 transmitters in a new frequency band for Latin America: 632 – 696 MHz (L50)
  • Bug fixes

Notes

  • To operate QLX-D transmitters with ULX-D receivers and ULX-D transmitters with QLX-D receivers, all devices must be on version 2.X firmware or later.
  • To operate QLX-D version 2.2.11 devices with other Shure networked systems and software, see the following list of minimum versions:
    • ULX-D ULXD6/8 Transmitters 2.2.X
    • ULX-D ULXD4/4D/4Q Receivers 2.2.X
    • Axient AXT600 Spectrum Manager 2.1.11
    • PSM1000 P10T Transmitters 1.5.12
    • Wireless Workbench 6.12.4
    • Shure Update Utility 2.4.2
    • ShurePlus Channels 1.4.1