AXT910

Axient Bodypack Rechargeable Battery

$201 $201

Axient bodypack rechargeable battery offers a highly-efficient, environmentally-conscious option for charging Axient bodypack transmitters. Features include up to 8 hours of run time and zero memory effect.

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Tools

Wireless Frequency Finder

Wireless Frequency Finder

This tool provides recommended frequencies for Shure Wireless System use in the United States.

Wireless Accessory Wizard

Wireless Accessory Wizard

With a few simple inputs, this selection wizard provides recommended items for your wireless microphone setup, and/or a diagram on how the antennas and antenna distribution are connected.

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SBRC

Shure Battery Rack Charger

Accommodates up to 8 Shure rechargeable bodypack and handheld transmitter batteries in a single rack space.

AXT901

Axient Bodypack Charging Module

Axient bodypack charging module charges 2 bodypack transmitter batteries.

Discontinued
AXT903

AXT903

Axient Portable Bodypack Charging Station

Axient portable bodypack charging station charges 2 bodypack transmitter batteries.

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AXT920

Axient Handheld Rechargeable Battery

Axient handheld rechargeable battery offers a highly-efficient, environmentally-conscious option for charging Axient handheld transmitters.

Case Studies

Soundtronics Selects Shure Wireless for Mayweather-Pacquiao Prize Fight

Soundtronics Selects Shure Wireless for Mayweather-Pacquiao Prize Fight

The stakes were high for more than just the boxers during the May 2, 2015 fight between Floyd Mayweather, Jr. and Manny Pacquiao. Televised live, the pay-per-view event was a rare collaboration between Showtime and HBO, and both networks expected technical perfection. Handling the selection, deployment, and coordination of wireless microphones, IEMs, and intercoms for the event was the team from Soundtronics, led by Mark Barbuti.