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ULX transmitter or receiver - Group displays E1 or F1

Turn on the transmitter. Hold SET button for 10 seconds. Release SET button when display changes. Use this same concept if the receiver shows E1 or F1 This function is the Master List and allows access to all 1400 freq...


When to choose SLX over ULX wireless systems?

How many systems will be operating simultaneously? When deciding between SLX and ULX systems, one has to first determine how many total wireless systems will be operated simultaneously. This is the most important deciding factor....


Difference between ULXP4 and ULXS4 Receivers

The following table lists the differences between the two ULX receivers. ULXP4 Professional Receiver ULXS4 Standard Receiver Rack hardware included Rack hardware optional...


ULX and rechargeable batteries

The primary reason that we don't recommend 9-volt-size rechargeable batteries is that the operating time is usually too short for many purposes. The capacity of the typical 8.4V or 9.6V NiMH battery is only about 150mAh. When...


ULX transmitter with a SLX receiver

Yes.  There is an overlap of frequencies between the ULX and SLX systems: the J3 frequency range on the SLX and the J1 frequency range on the ULX. 572 MHz to 590 MHz is shared between the J3 and J1 bands. The Groups and...


Rechargeable Lithium Nine Volt (9V) Batteries

Shure has tested rechargeable lithium batteries from: iPowerUS  http://www.ipowerus.com Toll-free in US: 866-436-4400 Telephone: 416-269-4400  The model C2 battery was tested in a Shure ULX transmitter and...


Antenna distribution for 2 ULX wireless receivers

There are a few options: 1) Leave each ULX receiver in its own rack space. By placing each receiver in its own rack space, the long rack ear has two holes in it for the antennas. Use (2) UA600 kits to bring the antennas from...


Disassembly of a handheld transmitter: T Series and others

The procedure below works with most of Shure handheld transmitters that use a 9V battery: T, LX, SC, UT, UC, and ULX, but not PG, L, or W. To disassemble the T2 handheld wireless transmitter: Unthread the battery c...


UR Receiver / ULX Transmitter Compatibility

It is feasible but not recommended.  The ULX system uses a slightly different tone key squelch design and a slightly different audio companding circuit.  The battery state information will not be useful as the...


ULX Wireless Master List

J1 band User Guide Supplement M1 band User Guide Supplement Master List information is at the rear of each link above. The G3 band supplement does not have this table.


ULXS and ULXP Group Scan and Group/Channel Scan

Group Scan: On ULXS, you manually chose the Group and the ULXS receiver scans all the Channels within that Group to see which are clear. Group/Channel Scan: On ULXP, the ULXP receiver scans all the Groups and all the Channel...


Rackmounting my ULXS4

Rack mount it using the UA506 kit. Bring the antennas to the front with the UA600 kit.


ULXS4 or ULXP4 Receiver - powering from external DC

The ULX receiver works properly only when supplied 14 to 18 volts of DC. The current draw is 550 milliamps. If 12 volts of DC is used, audio headroom will be reduced, the "Tx Audio" LED indication on the front pane...


ULXS4 or ULXP4 receiver and remote mixer - audible hum when connected

SITUATION The ULX4 receiver is sitting on a shelf, therefore not mounted in a grounded metal rack. A long audio cable (over 100 feet or 30 meters) connects the active-balanced, mic-level, XLR output to a balanced, mic-level, X...


UT4 receiver with a ULX transmitter

Yes, but with limitations. The ULX transmitter does not use the same audio companding circuit as the UT receiver . Therefore, a ULX/UT combination will produce an audio signal that is noiser than an all UT system or an all ULX sy...


ULX and Taylor Guitar

Adding the 240k ohm in series increased the guitar's output impedance by that amount, as viewed by the transmitter. This will reduce the signal level as well but only by a few dB. Thanks for the information as it will he...


ULX transmitter and Ultralife Lithium Battery

We tested a ULX1 transmitter with two different Ultralife Lithium 9v batteries. Here are the results:      Battery #1  Battery #2  No Load: ...


Reducing the gain of ULX handheld transmitter

Try reducing the receiver gain to the 1/2 way position (-6dB from maximum gain) and listen for distortion. If the vocalist is right on top of the microphone, the low frequency information (from the mic's proximity effect) may be ...


LX, U, ULX current draw

The handheld and bodypack transmitters of individual systems have the same current draw. LX: 35 mA maximum ULX: 65 mA maximum UHF: 120-130 mA


ULX4 Receiver - How to power from DC

There is a product named the "Juicer". Feed it 9 - 18 volts DC and it provides a steady 15 VDC. It can be used for any Shure receiver that operates from an external DC supply. The website for the Juicer is: www.remoteaudio.co...


One In Four Out DC coaxial power connector cable

We offer the PS124 and PS124L


Li-Polymer Battery Not Showing Full Bars on Transmitter

It is likely that the ipower batteries only charge up to 8.4 V.  Please check with ipower.  FYI - 9.6 v batteries are not recommended for ULX. ULX and 9.6 V rechargeable batteries The battery fuel gauge on th...


UC Vs. ULX

The ULX systems are frequency agile wireless systems, tuneable over a 36 MHz range in 25 kHz steps, for a total of 1440 different frequencies. They feature Automatic Frequency Selection, which uses the receiver to determine which...


Using ULX Wireless for Acoustical Measurement

Most wireless microphone systems, Shure and other manufacturers, usually have a slight "rock-and-roll" equalization, i.e., low frequency and high frequency boosts. These systems are not designed to be perfectly flat from 20Hz to ...


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