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Disqualified Network Switches for Shure Dante Devices
January 22, 2019

In addition to the network switches mentioned in Audinate's "list of incompatible, unmanaged switches with Energy Efficient Ethernet," the f ...

Band-limit my wireless mic to be compliant with the 2020 regulations?
May 23, 2018

You can permanently band-limit your devices to operate in permitted bands per the new FCC regulations using the U.S. 600 MHz Conversion Tool (built in ...

MXA910/MXA310 Training and Certification
March 6, 2018

We offer online training and certification at: Shure Audio InstituteContent includes:MXA910 Ceiling Array Overview SAMPLEMXA310 Table Array OverviewAu ...

600 MHz Incentive Auction Resource Info
June 26, 2019

Background Info Congress has directed the FCC to reallocate some of the UHF TV Spectrum for use by broadband wireless devices, such as smart phones ...

Antenna Distribution - 2 rooms, 4 antennas
August 29, 2019

For multiple room coverage, use passive combiners. Since they do not require power and are typically compact, they can be located wherever necessary. ...

MXA910 Pole Mount
August 30, 2019

Yes, the MXA910 can be pole mounted. The rear plate on the microphone has 4 threaded holes for attaching the microphone to a VESA mounting device. The ...

Motiv product connected to an Android device
December 15, 2017

The Motiv MV88 stereo mic has a Lightning connector and only works on iOS.Other Motiv products are designed to operate with a device that is USB Audio ...

SystemOn and Crestron Room View
September 10, 2019

SystemOn could be an adjunct product to Crestron Room View.Room View gives high level status information about facilities and resources. The Shure sof ...

MMCX Connector Definition
September 10, 2019

MMCX = Micro Miniature CoaXial connector.  The connector on the earphone cable is a male plug with a custom plastic overmold. This connector ...

P-popping with MX gooseneck mic
September 10, 2019

The "P-popping" is called a plosive;  it originates from a blast of air that hits the mic element.   The "S&qu ...