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December 9, 2013
ULXD1/2 - Wireless Transmitter
1.4.8

NOTES

  • Transmitters to be used with receivers must be updated via IR. After updating the receiver, select Device Utilities>TX FW Update> from the receiver menu and align the infrared ports with the transmitter before selecting ‘ENTER’.
  • For operation of ULX-D devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum firmware versions that are supported with ULX-D version 1.4.8:
    • ULXD1/2 ULXD Transmitters 1.4.8
    • ULXD4, ULXD4D, ULXD4Q ULX-D Receivers 1.4.8
    • AXT400 Axient Receiver 1.13.5
    • Wireless Workbench 6 Beta version 6.8.1
December 9, 2013
ULXD4 - Digital Wireless Receiver
1.4.8

NEW FEATURES

  • Support of Multiple Simultaneous Third Party Controllers
    • ULX-D now supports for multiple (up to 5) simultaneous of Third Party controllers such as AMX and Crestron. This allows programmers to issue independent commands from any Third Party controller on the network and each other Third Party controller on the network will be provided the response from ULX-D
  • TV Channel Format is User Selectable
    • The TV channel reported on ULX-D can be adjusted depending upon regional needs so a particular frequency will display as the appropriate TV channel.
  • Custom Group Deploy
    • ULX-D recievers automatically deploy all Custom Groups to recievers within the same frequency band when the user accepts the results of the group scan.

IMPROVEMENTS

  • Additional Third Party Control Strings
    • The following strings enable quicker changeovers via networked control instead of manual adjustment on each reciever:
      • High Density: ON/OFF
      • Encryption: ON/OFF

NOTES

  • After updating the ULXD4 Single Receiver from version 1.0.7, the user isrequired to reset the unit to Default Settings (DEVICE UTILITIES/SYSTEM RESET/RESTORE/DEFAULT SETTINGS).
  • For operation of ULX-D devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum firmware versions that are supported with ULX-D version 1.4.8:
    • ULXD1/2 ULXD Transmitters 1.4.8
    • ULXD4, ULXD4D, ULXD4Q ULX-D Receivers 1.4.8
    • AXT400 Axient Receiver 1.13.5
    • Wireless Workbench 6 Beta version 6.8.1
December 9, 2013
ULXD4D - Dual Channel Digital Wireless Receiver
1.4.8

NEW FEATURES

  • Support of Multiple Simultaneous Third Party Controllers
    • ULX-D now supports for multiple (up to 5) simultaneous of Third Party controllers such as AMX and Crestron. This allows programmers to issue independent commands from any Third Party controller on the network and each other Third Party controller on the network will be provided the response from ULX-D
  • TV Channel Format is User Selectable
    • The TV channel reported on ULX-D can be adjusted depending upon regional needs so a particular frequency will display as the appropriate TV channel.
  • Custom Group Deploy
    • ULX-D recievers automatically deploy all Custom Groups to recievers within the same frequency band when the user accepts the results of the group scan.

IMPROVEMENTS

  • Additional Third Party Control Strings
    • The following strings enable quicker changeovers via networked control instead of manual adjustment on each reciever:
      • High Density: ON/OFF
      • Encryption: ON/OFF
      • Frequency Diversity: OFF, 1+2
      • Audio Summing: OFF, 1+2
  • Frequency Diversity Enhancement
    • ULX-D prioritizes the results of a scan such that the two frequencies of a frequncy diversity system are more likely to be spread further appart instead of right next to each other. Note that this is RF environment dependant.

NOTES

  • For operation of ULX-D devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum firmware versions that are supported with ULX-D version 1.4.8:
    • ULXD1/2 ULXD Transmitters 1.4.8
    • ULXD4, ULXD4D, ULXD4Q ULX-D Receivers 1.4.8
    • AXT400 Axient Receiver 1.13.5
    • Wireless Workbench 6 Beta version 6.8.1
December 9, 2013
ULXD4Q - Quad Channel Digital Wireless Receiver
1.4.8

NEW FEATURES

  • Support of Multiple Simultaneous Third Party Controllers
    • ULX-D now supports for multiple (up to 5) simultaneous of Third Party controllers such as AMX and Crestron. This allows programmers to issue independent commands from any Third Party controller on the network and each other Third Party controller on the network will be provided the response from ULX-D
  • TV Channel Format is User Selectable
    • The TV channel reported on ULX-D can be adjusted depending upon regional needs so a particular frequency will display as the appropriate TV channel.
  • Custom Group Deploy
    • ULX-D receivers automatically deploy all Custom Groups to receivers within the same frequency band when the user accepts the results of the group scan.

IMPROVEMENTS

  • Additional Third Party Control Strings
    • The following strings enable quicker changeovers via networked control instead of manual adjustment on each receiver:
      • High Density: ON/OFF
      • Encryption: ON/OFF
      • Frequency Diversity: OFF, 1+2, 3+4, 1+2/3+4
      • Audio Summing: OFF, 1+2, 3+4, 1+2/3+4, 1+2+3+4
  • Frequency Diversity Enhancement
    • ULX-D prioritizes the results of a scan such that the two frequencies of a frequency diversity system are more likely to be spread further apart instead of right next to each other. Note that this is RF environment dependent.

NOTES

  • For operation of ULX-D devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum firmware versions that are supported with ULX-D version 1.4.8:
    • ULXD1/2 ULXD Transmitters 1.4.8
    • ULXD4, ULXD4D, ULXD4Q ULX-D Receivers 1.4.8
    • AXT400 Axient Receiver 1.13.5
    • Wireless Workbench 6 Beta version 6.8.1
October 30, 2013
SCM820 - Digital IntelliMix Automatic Mixer
1.1.18

NEW FEATURES

  • Two assignable Digital Feedback Reduction (DFR) channels
  • Additional AMX/Crestron control strings (TCPI commands).  See full documentation here.
    • Auto Link enable/disable
    • DFR: Bypass enable/disable, channel assignment, freeze/unfreeze, clear all filters

IMPROVEMENTS

  • Graphical user interface usability enhancements
    • Faster load time
    • EQ enable/disable buttons

KNOWN ISSUES

  • There may be issues staying connected to the GUI while using Safari on Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks.

NOTES

  • SCM820 Automatic Mixers running firmware version 1.0.11 are compatible with those running firmware version 1.1.18, but it is recommended to update all devices to the latest firmware when used together.
  • The graph on the DFR tab is an approximation of the frequency response set in the DFR filter table, and may not reflect the exact values.
  • For operation of SCM820 with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum firmware/software versions that are supported with SCM820 version 1.1.18:
    • Microflex Wireless 1.2.5
    • Shure Update Utility 2.0.1.25
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.0.8
October 14, 2013
MXWANI4 - Audio Network Interface
1.2.5

IMPORTANT: Version 1.2.5 introduces new MXW components and system functionality (details below). All MXW components must be updated to Version 1.2.5 for the MXW system to take advantage of the new features and overall system functionality.

Mixed use of MXW component versions is not supported and may result in minor loss of functionality.

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXW1/6/8
  • MXWANI4/8
  • MXWAPT4/8
  • MXWNCS4/8

NEW FEATURES

  • Support for the MXW1 Bodypack Microphone
    • Includes two separate gain controls (Internal and External)
    • The Bodypack's Auto switchover feature has been tested and verified with the following microphones:
      • Countryman E6
      • MX150 B/O-TQG
      • PG30TQG
      • WBH53B
      • WL185
      • WL93
    • The Auto setting does NOT function with the following microphones, please set the Bodypack Mic Source to External when using them:
      • Countryman E2
      • MX153 B/O-TQG
  • Decreased power consumption of microphones in Standby Mode, allowing the microphones to remain in Standby longer
  • Improved Spectrum Scanning channel estimates
  • Improved accuracy of Battery time to empty when in Standby
  • Bug fixes

KNOWN ISSUES

  • MXW2 is not supported in 1.2.5
  • GUI connectivity issues may arrise with systems that have been powered on and running continuously for ~20 consecutive days. Power-cycle the system to reinitialize communication. Audio and RF performance are not affected.

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 1.2.5:
    • SCM820-DAN 1.0.11
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.0.8
October 14, 2013
MXWANI8 - Audio Network Interface
1.2.5

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXW6/8
  • MXWANI4/8
  • MXWAPT4/8
  • MXWNCS4/8

NEW FEATURES

  • Initial Release

KNOWN ISSUES

  • MXW1, MXW2 are not supported in 1.1.9
  • Users may see large fluctuations in Battery time while in Standby Mode
  • GUI connectivity issues may arrise with systems that have been powered on and running continuously for ~20 consecutive days. Power-cycle the system to reinitialize communication. Audio and RF performance are not affected.

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 1.1.9:
    • SCM820-DAN 1.0.11
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.0.8
October 14, 2013
MXWAPT4 - Access Point Transceiver
1.2.5

IMPORTANT: Version 1.2.5 introduces new MXW components and system functionality (details below). All MXW components must be updated to Version 1.2.5 for the MXW system to take advantage of the new features and overall system functionality.

Mixed use of MXW component versions is not supported and may result in minor loss of functionality.

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXW1/6/8
  • MXWANI4/8
  • MXWAPT4/8
  • MXWNCS4/8

NEW FEATURES

  • Support for the MXW1 Bodypack Microphone
    • Includes two separate gain controls (Internal and External)
    • The Bodypack's Auto switchover feature has been tested and verified with the following microphones:
      • Countryman E6
      • MX150 B/O-TQG
      • PG30TQG
      • WBH53B
      • WL185
      • WL93
    • The Auto setting does NOT function with the following microphones, please set the Bodypack Mic Source to External when using them:
      • Countryman E2
      • MX153 B/O-TQG
  • Decreased power consumption of microphones in Standby Mode, allowing the microphones to remain in Standby longer
  • Improved Spectrum Scanning channel estimates
  • Improved accuracy of Battery time to empty when in Standby
  • Bug fixes

KNOWN ISSUES

  • MXW2 is not supported in 1.2.5
  • GUI connectivity issues may arrise with systems that have been powered on and running continuously for ~20 consecutive days. Power-cycle the system to reinitialize communication. Audio and RF performance are not affected.

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 1.2.5:
    • SCM820-DAN 1.0.11
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.0.8
October 14, 2013
MXWAPT8 - Access Point Transceiver
1.2.5

IMPORTANT: Version 1.2.5 introduces new MXW components and system functionality (details below). All MXW components must be updated to Version 1.2.5 for the MXW system to take advantage of the new features and overall system functionality.

Mixed use of MXW component versions is not supported and may result in minor loss of functionality.

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXW1/6/8
  • MXWANI4/8
  • MXWAPT4/8
  • MXWNCS4/8

NEW FEATURES

  • Support for the MXW1 Bodypack Microphone
    • Includes two separate gain controls (Internal and External)
    • The Bodypack's Auto switchover feature has been tested and verified with the following microphones:
      • Countryman E6
      • MX150 B/O-TQG
      • PG30TQG
      • WBH53B
      • WL185
      • WL93
    • The Auto setting does NOT function with the following microphones, please set the Bodypack Mic Source to External when using them:
      • Countryman E2
      • MX153 B/O-TQG
  • Decreased power consumption of microphones in Standby Mode, allowing the microphones to remain in Standby longer
  • Improved Spectrum Scanning channel estimates
  • Improved accuracy of Battery time to empty when in Standby
  • Bug fixes

KNOWN ISSUES

  • MXW2 is not supported in 1.2.5
  • GUI connectivity issues may arrise with systems that have been powered on and running continuously for ~20 consecutive days. Power-cycle the system to reinitialize communication. Audio and RF performance are not affected.

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 1.2.5:
    • SCM820-DAN 1.0.11
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.0.8
October 14, 2013
MXW1/2/6/8 - Transmitters
1.2.5

IMPORTANT: Version 1.2.5 introduces new MXW components and system functionality (details below). All MXW components must be updated to Version 1.2.5 for the MXW system to take advantage of the new features and overall system functionality.

Mixed use of MXW component versions is not supported and may result in minor loss of functionality.

These release notes cover the following models:

  • MXW1/6/8
  • MXWANI4/8
  • MXWAPT4/8
  • MXWNCS4/8

NEW FEATURES

  • Support for the MXW1 Bodypack Microphone
    • Includes two separate gain controls (Internal and External)
    • The Bodypack's Auto switchover feature has been tested and verified with the following microphones:
      • Countryman E6
      • MX150 B/O-TQG
      • PG30TQG
      • WBH53B
      • WL185
      • WL93
    • The Auto setting does NOT function with the following microphones, please set the Bodypack Mic Source to External when using them:
      • Countryman E2
      • MX153 B/O-TQG
  • Decreased power consumption of microphones in Standby Mode, allowing the microphones to remain in Standby longer
  • Improved Spectrum Scanning channel estimates
  • Improved accuracy of Battery time to empty when in Standby
  • Bug fixes

KNOWN ISSUES

  • MXW2 is not supported in 1.2.5
  • GUI connectivity issues may arrise with systems that have been powered on and running continuously for ~20 consecutive days. Power-cycle the system to reinitialize communication. Audio and RF performance are not affected.

NOTES

  • For operation of MXW devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions that are supported with MXW version 1.2.5:
    • SCM820-DAN 1.0.11
    • Shure Web Device Discovery 1.0.8