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November 07, 2018 ULXD4D - 900 MHz ISM Dual Channel Digital Wireless Receiver 2.3.4 See release notes Download PACK (5.23 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
November 07, 2018 ULXD4D - 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
October 30, 2018 MXW1/2/6/8 - Transmitters 6.0.3 See release notes Download PACK (313 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

Bug Fixes

  • When an interfering DECT device is transmitting nearby an MXW Access Point, the Access point may occasionally drop the connection to microphones 1-4. To recover mic connectivity, reset the Access Point.
    • Examples of interfering DECT devices are other MXW Access Points that are not on the same subnet as the affected Access point; however, in many cases, the interfering DECT devices are wireless headsets for wired desk telephones.
  • MXW microphones intermittently drop off the Monitor status screen and their LED turns from green to flashing red for 10 to 30 seconds before recovering back to green, and then recovering their status activity on the Monitor screen. This may occur in environments with large reflective surfaces, such as windows, large LED monitors, and auditoriums with high walls and ceilings. These environments introduce RF reflections that interfere with the heartbeat signal from an MXW Access Point to a microphone. Microphones overcompensate for the interference and lose connectivity with the Access Point, restarting the scan process (seen as a red blinking LED) to find a valid Access Point signal.

Known Issue

  • SystemOn 3.0.1 is compatible with MXW 6.0.3, but will incorrectly warn “Check system requirements, your current firmware version may not be confirmed compatible.”

Notes

  • To operate MXW version 6.0.3 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 2.4.3
    • SystemOn 3.0.1
October 30, 2018 MXWANI4 - Audio Network Interface 6.0.3 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

Bug Fixes

  • When an interfering DECT device is transmitting nearby an MXW Access Point, the Access point may occasionally drop the connection to microphones 1-4. To recover mic connectivity, reset the Access Point.
    • Examples of interfering DECT devices are other MXW Access Points that are not on the same subnet as the affected Access point; however, in many cases, the interfering DECT devices are wireless headsets for wired desk telephones.
  • MXW microphones intermittently drop off the Monitor status screen and their LED turns from green to flashing red for 10 to 30 seconds before recovering back to green, and then recovering their status activity on the Monitor screen. This may occur in environments with large reflective surfaces, such as windows, large LED monitors, and auditoriums with high walls and ceilings. These environments introduce RF reflections that interfere with the heartbeat signal from an MXW Access Point to a microphone. Microphones overcompensate for the interference and lose connectivity with the Access Point, restarting the scan process (seen as a red blinking LED) to find a valid Access Point signal.

Known Issue

  • SystemOn 3.0.1 is compatible with MXW 6.0.3, but will incorrectly warn “Check system requirements, your current firmware version may not be confirmed compatible.”

Notes

  • To operate MXW version 6.0.3 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 2.4.3
    • SystemOn 3.0.1
October 30, 2018 MXWANI8 - Audio Network Interface 6.0.3 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

Bug Fixes

  • When an interfering DECT device is transmitting nearby an MXW Access Point, the Access point may occasionally drop the connection to microphones 1-4. To recover mic connectivity, reset the Access Point.
    • Examples of interfering DECT devices are other MXW Access Points that are not on the same subnet as the affected Access point; however, in many cases, the interfering DECT devices are wireless headsets for wired desk telephones.
  • MXW microphones intermittently drop off the Monitor status screen and their LED turns from green to flashing red for 10 to 30 seconds before recovering back to green, and then recovering their status activity on the Monitor screen. This may occur in environments with large reflective surfaces, such as windows, large LED monitors, and auditoriums with high walls and ceilings. These environments introduce RF reflections that interfere with the heartbeat signal from an MXW Access Point to a microphone. Microphones overcompensate for the interference and lose connectivity with the Access Point, restarting the scan process (seen as a red blinking LED) to find a valid Access Point signal.

Known Issue

  • SystemOn 3.0.1 is compatible with MXW 6.0.3, but will incorrectly warn “Check system requirements, your current firmware version may not be confirmed compatible.”

Notes

  • To operate MXW version 6.0.3 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 2.4.3
    • SystemOn 3.0.1
October 30, 2018 MXWAPT2 - Access Point Transceiver 6.0.3 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

Bug Fixes

  • When an interfering DECT device is transmitting nearby an MXW Access Point, the Access point may occasionally drop the connection to microphones 1-4. To recover mic connectivity, reset the Access Point.
    • Examples of interfering DECT devices are other MXW Access Points that are not on the same subnet as the affected Access point; however, in many cases, the interfering DECT devices are wireless headsets for wired desk telephones.
  • MXW microphones intermittently drop off the Monitor status screen and their LED turns from green to flashing red for 10 to 30 seconds before recovering back to green, and then recovering their status activity on the Monitor screen. This may occur in environments with large reflective surfaces, such as windows, large LED monitors, and auditoriums with high walls and ceilings. These environments introduce RF reflections that interfere with the heartbeat signal from an MXW Access Point to a microphone. Microphones overcompensate for the interference and lose connectivity with the Access Point, restarting the scan process (seen as a red blinking LED) to find a valid Access Point signal.

Known Issue

  • SystemOn 3.0.1 is compatible with MXW 6.0.3, but will incorrectly warn “Check system requirements, your current firmware version may not be confirmed compatible.”

Notes

  • To operate MXW version 6.0.3 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 2.4.3
    • SystemOn 3.0.1
October 30, 2018 MXWAPT4 - Access Point Transceiver 6.0.3 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

Bug Fixes

  • When an interfering DECT device is transmitting nearby an MXW Access Point, the Access point may occasionally drop the connection to microphones 1-4. To recover mic connectivity, reset the Access Point.
    • Examples of interfering DECT devices are other MXW Access Points that are not on the same subnet as the affected Access point; however, in many cases, the interfering DECT devices are wireless headsets for wired desk telephones.
  • MXW microphones intermittently drop off the Monitor status screen and their LED turns from green to flashing red for 10 to 30 seconds before recovering back to green, and then recovering their status activity on the Monitor screen. This may occur in environments with large reflective surfaces, such as windows, large LED monitors, and auditoriums with high walls and ceilings. These environments introduce RF reflections that interfere with the heartbeat signal from an MXW Access Point to a microphone. Microphones overcompensate for the interference and lose connectivity with the Access Point, restarting the scan process (seen as a red blinking LED) to find a valid Access Point signal.

Known Issue

  • SystemOn 3.0.1 is compatible with MXW 6.0.3, but will incorrectly warn “Check system requirements, your current firmware version may not be confirmed compatible.”

Notes

  • To operate MXW version 6.0.3 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 2.4.3
    • SystemOn 3.0.1
October 30, 2018 MXWAPT8 - Access Point Transceiver 6.0.3 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

Bug Fixes

  • When an interfering DECT device is transmitting nearby an MXW Access Point, the Access point may occasionally drop the connection to microphones 1-4. To recover mic connectivity, reset the Access Point.
    • Examples of interfering DECT devices are other MXW Access Points that are not on the same subnet as the affected Access point; however, in many cases, the interfering DECT devices are wireless headsets for wired desk telephones.
  • MXW microphones intermittently drop off the Monitor status screen and their LED turns from green to flashing red for 10 to 30 seconds before recovering back to green, and then recovering their status activity on the Monitor screen. This may occur in environments with large reflective surfaces, such as windows, large LED monitors, and auditoriums with high walls and ceilings. These environments introduce RF reflections that interfere with the heartbeat signal from an MXW Access Point to a microphone. Microphones overcompensate for the interference and lose connectivity with the Access Point, restarting the scan process (seen as a red blinking LED) to find a valid Access Point signal.

Known Issue

  • SystemOn 3.0.1 is compatible with MXW 6.0.3, but will incorrectly warn “Check system requirements, your current firmware version may not be confirmed compatible.”

Notes

  • To operate MXW version 6.0.3 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 2.4.3
    • SystemOn 3.0.1
October 30, 2018 MXWNCS2/4/8 - Networked Charging Station 6.0.3 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

Bug Fixes

  • When an interfering DECT device is transmitting nearby an MXW Access Point, the Access point may occasionally drop the connection to microphones 1-4. To recover mic connectivity, reset the Access Point.
    • Examples of interfering DECT devices are other MXW Access Points that are not on the same subnet as the affected Access point; however, in many cases, the interfering DECT devices are wireless headsets for wired desk telephones.
  • MXW microphones intermittently drop off the Monitor status screen and their LED turns from green to flashing red for 10 to 30 seconds before recovering back to green, and then recovering their status activity on the Monitor screen. This may occur in environments with large reflective surfaces, such as windows, large LED monitors, and auditoriums with high walls and ceilings. These environments introduce RF reflections that interfere with the heartbeat signal from an MXW Access Point to a microphone. Microphones overcompensate for the interference and lose connectivity with the Access Point, restarting the scan process (seen as a red blinking LED) to find a valid Access Point signal.

Known Issue

  • SystemOn 3.0.1 is compatible with MXW 6.0.3, but will incorrectly warn “Check system requirements, your current firmware version may not be confirmed compatible.”

Notes

  • To operate MXW version 6.0.3 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 2.4.3
    • SystemOn 3.0.1
October 01, 2018 P10R Wireless Bodypack Receiver 1.6.19 See release notes Download PACK (404 kb)

New Feature

  • Support for P10R+

Notes

  • To operate PSM1000 devices version 1.6.19 with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of supported minimum versions:
    • AXT600 2.1.22
    • Axient Digital 1.1.43
    • ULX-D 2.2.24
    • Wireless Workbench 6.12.5
    • Shure Update Utility 2.4.3
    • ShurePlus Channels 1.4.2