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MXA920 Ceiling Array Microphone, Square

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6.0.39
22.05.2024

Improvements

  • Bug fixes and general improvements

Known Issues

  • The optional ARRAY_HEIGHT_OVERRIDE value sent via command strings must be resent upon power cycle
  • If the ARRAY_HEIGHT_OVERRIDE command is used to set a height that is outside the valid range (122-914 cm), the command will not display an error but internally, the value will be rejected from being set
  • Acoustic reflections from tables can sometimes be mistaken by the MXA920 as another source/talker location.  The symptom is a second talker location coordinate set in front of and higher than the actual talker.
    • Workaround: Place Coverage Areas to minimize pick-up of table surface reflections
  • Channel Names are not set in the initial attempt of ‘push-to-Dante’. Dante interface resets when Device Name is set.
    • Workaround: Channel Names are set on the 2nd attempt
  • MXA920 LED does not stay on after a reboot if the light settings are set to Unmute = Blue, Mute = Red. Other light combinations work as expected after reboot.
  • When a muted dynamic coverage area is moved when a dedicated coverage area has also been established, the mix output of the MXA920 has low-level audio from outside the dedicated coverage area limits.
    • Workaround: Unmute and Mute the dynamic coverage area after a dynamic coverage area is moved

Notes

  • User Guide
  • Command Strings
  • Note that Talker Position Events are published for talkers in a coverage area regardless of the mute status of the coverage area.  To fully inform camera switching decision logic, subscribe to the Coverage Area Mute Status. See https://pubs.shure.com/command-strings for further information
  • To operate this version of MXA920 with Dante Controller, reference the following minimum versions:
    • v3.10.2.4 (Windows)
    • v3.10.2.3 (Mac OS X)
  • To operate this version of MXA920 with Shure software or other Shure networked systems, reference the following list of recommended versions supported:
    • Designer 6.0.0
    • IntelliMix Room 4.2.0
    • ANI22/ANI4IN/ANI4OUT 6.0.41
    • ANIUSB 6.0.44
    • MXA310 6.0.23
    • MXA710 6.0.27
    • MXA910 6.0.24
    • MXA901 6.0.39
    • MXA902 6.0.33
    • MXN5-C 6.0.17
    • MXA-MUTE 6.0.25
    • P300 6.0.41
    • Shure Update Utility 2.8.5
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.2.17
6.0.38
29.02.2024

Improvements

  • Enhancements to support Designer 6.0.0
  • Additional hardware support

Known Issues

  • The optional ARRAY_HEIGHT_OVERRIDE value sent via command strings must be resent upon power cycle
  • If the ARRAY_HEIGHT_OVERRIDE command is used to set a height that is outside the valid range (122-914 cm), the command will not display an error but internally, the value will be rejected from being set
  • Acoustic reflections from tables can sometimes be mistaken by the MXA920 as another source/talker location.  The symptom is a second talker location coordinate set in front of and higher than the actual talker.
    • Workaround: Place Coverage Areas to minimize pick-up of table surface reflections
  • Channel Names are not set in the initial attempt of ‘push-to-Dante’. Dante interface resets when Device Name is set.
    • Workaround: Channel Names are set on the 2nd attempt
  • MXA920 LED does not stay on after a reboot if the light settings are set to Unmute = Blue, Mute = Red. Other light combinations work as expected after reboot.
  • When a muted dynamic coverage area is moved when a dedicated coverage area has also been established, the mix output of the MXA920 has low-level audio from outside the dedicated coverage area limits.
    • Workaround: Unmute and Mute the dynamic coverage area after a dynamic coverage area is moved

Notes

  • User Guide
  • Command Strings
  • Note that Talker Position Events are published for talkers in a coverage area regardless of the mute status of the coverage area.  To fully inform camera switching decision logic, subscribe to the Coverage Area Mute Status. See https://pubs.shure.com/command-strings for further information
  • To operate this version of MXA920 with Dante Controller, reference the following minimum versions:
    • v3.10.2.4 (Windows)
    • v3.10.2.3 (Mac OS X)
  • To operate this version of MXA920 with Shure software or other Shure networked systems, reference the following list of recommended versions supported:
    • Designer 6.0.0
    • IntelliMix Room 4.2.0
    • ANI22/ANI4IN/ANI4OUT 6.0.41
    • ANIUSB 6.0.44
    • MXA310 6.0.23
    • MXA710 6.0.24
    • MXA910 6.0.24
    • MXA901 6.0.39
    • MXA902 6.0.32
    • MXN5-C 6.0.17
    • MXA-MUTE 6.0.25
    • P300 6.0.38
    • Shure Update Utility 2.8.4
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.2.17
1.5.24
01.12.2023

Improvements

  • Bug fixes

Known Issues

  • The optional ARRAY_HEIGHT_OVERRIDE value sent via command strings must be resent upon power cycle
  • If the ARRAY_HEIGHT_OVERRIDE command is used to set a height that is outside the valid range (122-914 cm), the command will not display an error but internally, the value will be rejected from being set
  • Acoustic reflections from tables can sometimes be mistaken by the MXA920 as another source/talker location.  The symptom is a second talker location coordinate set in front of and higher than the actual talker.
    • Workaround: Place Coverage Areas to minimize pick-up of table surface reflections
  • Channel Names are not set in the initial attempt of ‘push-to-Dante’. Dante interface resets when Device Name is set.
    • Workaround: Channel Names are set on the 2nd attempt
  • MXA920 LED does not stay on after a reboot if the light settings are set to Unmute = Blue, Mute = Red. Other light combinations work as expected after reboot.
  • When a muted dynamic coverage area is moved when a dedicated coverage area has also been established, the mix output of the MXA920 has low-level audio from outside the dedicated coverage area limits
    • Workaround: Unmute and Mute the dynamic coverage area after a dynamic coverage area is moved

Notes

  • User Guide
  • Command Strings
  • Note that Talker Position Events are published for talkers in a coverage area regardless of the mute status of the coverage area.  To fully inform camera switching decision logic, subscribe to the Coverage Area Mute Status. See https://pubs.shure.com/command-strings for further information
  • To operate this version of MXA920 with Dante Controller, reference the following minimum versions:
    • v3.10.2.4 (Windows)
    • v3.10.2.3 (Mac OS X)
  • To operate this version of MXA920 with Shure software or other Shure networked systems, reference the following list of recommended versions supported:
    • Designer 4.7.25
    • IntelliMix Room 4.2.0
    • ANI22/ANI4IN/ANI4OUT 4.7.6
    • ANIUSB-MATRIX 4.7.21
    • MXA310 4.7.8
    • MXA710 1.5.16
    • MXA910 4.7.13
    • MXN5-C 1.5.21
    • MXA-MUTE 1.5.17
    • P300 4.7.21
    • Shure Update Utility 2.8.3
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.2.17
1.5.22
15.03.2023

Improvements

  • Support for added hardware revisions

Known Issues

  • The optional ARRAY_HEIGHT_OVERRIDE value sent via command strings must be resent upon power cycle
  • If the ARRAY_HEIGHT_OVERRIDE command is used to set a height that is outside the valid range (122-914 cm), the command will not display an error but internally, the value will be rejected from being set
  • Acoustic reflections from tables can sometimes be mistaken by the MXA920 as another source/talker location.  The symptom is a second talker location coordinate set in front of and higher than the actual talker.
    • Workaround: Place Coverage Areas to minimize pick-up of table surface reflections
  • Channel Names are not set in the initial attempt of ‘push-to-Dante’. Dante interface resets when Device Name is set.
    • Workaround: Channel Names are set on the 2nd attempt
  • MXA920 LED does not stay on after a reboot if the light settings are set to Unmute = Blue, Mute = Red. Other light combinations work as expected after reboot.
  • When a muted dynamic coverage area is moved when a dedicated coverage area has also been established, the mix output of the MXA920 has low-level audio from outside the dedicated coverage area limits
    • Workaround: Unmute and Mute the dynamic coverage area after a dynamic coverage area is moved

Notes

  • User Guide
  • Command Strings
  • Note that Talker Position Events are published for talkers in a coverage area regardless of the mute status of the coverage area.  To fully inform camera switching decision logic, subscribe to the Coverage Area Mute Status. See https://pubs.shure.com/command-strings for further information
  • To operate this version of MXA920 with Dante Controller, reference the following minimum versions:
    • v3.10.2.4 (Windows)
    • v3.10.2.3 (Mac OS X)
  • To operate this version of MXA920 with Shure software or other Shure networked systems, reference the following list of recommended versions supported:
    • Designer 4.7.15
    • IntelliMix Room 4.2.0
    • ANI22/ANI4IN/ANI4OUT 4.7.6
    • ANIUSB-MATRIX 4.7.21
    • MXA310 4.7.8
    • MXA710 1.5.16
    • MXA910 4.7.13
    • MXN5-C 1.5.21
    • MXA-MUTE 1.5.17
    • P300 4.7.21
    • Shure Update Utility 2.8.1
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.2.17
1.3.289
12.12.2022

Improvements

  • Improved talker position accuracy by using a control string command ARRAY_HEIGHT_OVERRIDE to specify the Array Height
  • Improved talker position sensitivity when the talker is not facing the array

Known Issues

  • The optional ARRAY_HEIGHT_OVERRIDE value sent via command strings must be resent upon power cycle.
  • If the ARRAY_HEIGHT_OVERRIDE command is used to set a height that is outside the valid range (122-914 cm), the command will not display an error but internally, the value will be rejected from being set.
  • Acoustic reflections from tables can sometimes be mistaken by the MXA920 as another source/talker location.  The symptom is a second talker location coordinate set in front of and higher than the actual talker.
    • Workaround:  Place Coverage Areas to minimize pick-up of table surface reflections.
  • Channel Names are not set in the initial attempt of ‘push-to-Dante’. Dante interface resets when Device Name is set.
    • Workaround: Channel Names are set on the 2nd attempt.
  • MXA920 LED does not stay on after a reboot if the light settings are set to Unmute = Blue, Mute = Red.  Other light combinations work as expected after reboot.
  • When a muted dynamic coverage area is moved when a dedicated coverage area has also been established, the mix output of the MXA920 has low-level audio from outside the dedicated coverage area limits.
    • Workaround: Unmute and Mute the dynamic coverage area after a dynamic coverage area is moved.

Notes

  • User Guide
  • Command Strings
  • Note that Talker Position Events are published for talkers in a coverage area regardless of the mute status of the coverage area.  To fully inform camera switching decision logic, subscribe to the Coverage Area Mute Status. See https://pubs.shure.com/command-strings for further information
  • To operate this version of MXA920 with Dante Controller, reference the following minimum versions:
    • v3.10.2.4 (Windows)
    • v3.10.2.3 (Mac OS X)
  • To operate this version of MXA920 with Shure software or other Shure networked systems, reference the following list of recommended versions supported:
    • Designer 4.7.5
    • IntelliMix Room 4.0.0
    • ANI22/ANI4IN/ANI4OUT 4.7.6
    • ANIUSB-MATRIX 4.7.17
    • MXA310 4.7.8
    • MXA710 1.5.16
    • MXA910 4.7.13
    • MXN5-C 1.5.12
    • MXA-MUTE 1.5.16
    • P300 4.7.17
    • Shure Update Utility 2.7.2
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.2.17
1.3.283
04.10.2022

Improvements

  • Improves the consistency and stability of talker coordinates by removing false triggers (noise sources, wrappers, typing, etc.).

Known Issues

  • Channel Names are not set in the initial attempt of ‘push-to-Dante’. Dante interface resets when Device Name is set.
    • Workaround: Channel Names are set on the 2nd attempt.
  • MXA920 LED does not stay on after a reboot if the light settings are set to Unmute = Blue, Mute = Red.  Other light combinations work as expected after reboot.
  • When a muted dynamic coverage area is moved when a dedicated coverage area has also been established, the mix output of the MXA920 has low-level audio from outside the dedicated coverage area limits.
    • Workaround: Unmute and Mute the dynamic coverage area after a dynamic coverage area is moved.

Notes

  • User Guide
  • Command Strings
  • Note that Talker Position Events are published for talkers in a coverage area regardless of the mute status of the coverage area.  To fully inform camera switching decision logic, subscribe to the Coverage Area Mute Status. See https://pubs.shure.com/command-strings for further information
  • To operate this version of MXA920 with Dante Controller, reference the following minimum versions:
    • v3.10.2.4 (Windows)
    • v3.10.2.3 (Mac OS X)
  • To operate this version of MXA920 with Shure software or other Shure networked systems, reference the following list of recommended versions supported:
    • Designer 4.7.2
    • IntelliMix Room 3.3.0
    • ANI22/ANI4IN/ANI4OUT 4.7.6
    • ANIUSB-MATRIX 4.7.17
    • MXA310 4.7.8
    • MXA710 1.5.15
    • MXA910 4.7.13
    • MXN5-C 1.5.12
    • MXA-MUTE 1.5.16
    • P300 4.7.17
    • Shure Update Utility 2.7.2
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.2.17
1.3.276
13.09.2022

Important

  • Version 1.3.276 is a patch release to fix the root cause of a field issue that had prevented successful bootup on a few units. While the number of reports was extremely low, this update is highly recommended to avoid any potential risk of bootup issues in the future. Note that the prior two versions (1.1.161 and 1.3.220) are now removed from Shure Update Utility and Shure.com firmware archives.

Improvements

  • Bug fixes

Known Issues

  • Channel Names are not set in the initial attempt of ‘push-to-Dante’. Dante interface resets when Device Name is set.
    • Workaround: Channel Names are set on the 2nd attempt.
  • MXA920 LED does not stay on after a reboot if the light settings are set to Unmute = Blue, Mute = Red.  Other light combinations work as expected after reboot.
  • When a muted dynamic coverage area is moved when a dedicated coverage area has also been established, the mix output of the MXA920 has low-level audio from outside the dedicated coverage area limits.
    • Workaround: Unmute and Mute the dynamic coverage area after a dynamic coverage area is moved.

Notes

  • User Guide
  • Command Strings
  • Note that Talker Position Events are published for talkers in a coverage area regardless of the mute status of the coverage area.  To fully inform camera switching decision logic, subscribe to the Coverage Area Mute Status. See https://pubs.shure.com/command-strings for further information
  • To operate this version of MXA920 with Dante Controller, reference the following minimum versions:
    • v3.10.2.4 (Windows)
    • v3.10.2.3 (Mac OS X)
  • To operate this version of MXA920 with Shure software or other Shure networked systems, reference the following list of recommended versions supported:
    • Designer 4.7.2
    • IntelliMix Room 3.3.0
    • ANI22/ANI4IN/ANI4OUT 4.7.6
    • ANIUSB-MATRIX 4.7.17
    • MXA310 4.7.8
    • MXA710 1.5.15
    • MXA910 4.7.13
    • MXN5-C 1.5.12
    • MXA-MUTE 1.5.16
    • P300 4.7.17
    • Shure Update Utility 2.7.2
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.2.17
1.3.220
22.08.2022

Bug Fixes

  • When Automatic Coverage is turned OFF, changing presets will now include Filter Q and Width
  • Talker position coordinate accuracy provided via TCP/IP command strings is improved in cases where the talker’s Z coordinate exceeds the MXA920 array height

Known Issues

  • Channel Names are not set in the initial attempt of ‘push-to-Dante’.  Dante interface resets when Device Name is set.  Workaround: Channel Names are set on the 2nd attempt.
  • Talker Position Events are published for any talker in a coverage area, regardless of the mute status of that area

Notes

  • User Guide
  • Command Strings
  • To operate this version of MXA920 with Dante Controller, reference the following minimum versions:
    • v3.10.2.4 (Windows)
    • v3.10.2.3 (Mac OS X)
  • To operate this version of MXA920 with Shure software or other Shure networked systems, reference the following list of recommended versions supported:
    • Designer 4.7.2
    • IntelliMix Room 3.3.0
    • ANI22/ANI4IN/ANI4OUT 4.7.6
    • ANIUSB-MATRIX 4.7.16
    • MXA310 4.7.8
    • MXA710 1.5.13
    • MXA910 4.7.13
    • MXN5-C 1.5.12
    • MXA-MUTE 1.5.15
    • P300 4.7.11
    • Shure Update Utility 2.7.1
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.2.17
1.1.161
01.06.2022

Initial Release

 

Known Issues

  • When Automatic Coverage is turned Off, changing from one preset to another doesn’t push the new preset’s PEQ Filter Q and Width values
  • The talker position coordinates provided via TCP/IP command strings are inaccurate when the talker’s z-coordinate exceeds the MXA920 array height
  • Talker Position Events are published for any talker in a coverage area, regardless of the mute status of that area

Notes

  • User Guide
  • Command Strings
  • To operate this version of MXA920 with Dante Controller, reference the following minimum versions:
    • v3.10.2.4 (Windows)
    • v3.10.2.3 (Mac OS X)
  • To operate this version of MXA920 with Shure software or other Shure networked systems, reference the following list of recommended versions supported:
    • Designer 4.7.0
    • IntelliMix Room 3.3.0
    • ANI22/ANI4IN/ANI4OUT 4.7.6
    • ANIUSB-MATRIX 4.7.16
    • MXA310 4.7.8
    • MXA710 1.5.13
    • MXA910 4.7.13
    • MXN5-C 1.5.12
    • MXA-MUTE 1.5.15
    • P300 4.7.11
    • Shure Update Utility 2.7.1
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.2.17

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