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1.4.6

New Device Support

  • Added support for Axient® Digital ADX5D dual-channel portable slot-in receiver.
  • Added support for SLX-D single- and dual-channel wireless receivers.

Improvements

  • Demo Mode is now available again in the application. Access this mode from the Settings menu to evaluate the application’s capabilities if you do not have a network of Shure wireless equipment. 

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed an issue where group color and low battery alert did not update correctly when FD mode is changed.
  • Fixed an issue where the Axient Digital Channel Quality meter in the list view did not match the hardware when the device was used in FD-C mode and the app was launched.
  • Fixed an issue where there was a delay in the display of Frequency 1 (F1) antenna LEDs in the channel details view for Axient Digital ADX2FD in FD-C mode. 
  • Fixed an issue where the antenna LEDs would flicker on an Axient Digital channel when in FD-C mode and Frequency 2 (F2) was turned off.
  • Fixed an issue where channel 4 of an AD4Q would sometimes present the incorrect information after the device was switched from Quadversity Mode Enabled to Disabled.
  • Fixed an issue where the ADX or AXT transmitter data would not dynamically update in certain scenarios when the transmitter went offline.
  • Fixed an issue where a channel may not appear in the channel list when using the search bar to filter by frequency and the channel’s frequency was changed asynchronously.
  • Fixed an issue where the tab selection in the channels detail view was not correct when navigating from the transmitter tab to the channel info view and then back.
  • Fixed an issue where the app may prompt for Access Control PIN even when the PIN was remembered in the app settings. 
  • Fixed an issue on iPad where the Access Control PIN count was not updating after the app returned to the foreground from the background.

Known Issues

  • When Wi-Fi and Ethernet connections are present and available, UHF-R may not be discovered or respond to property changes. 
  • For SLX-D transmitters, battery type may not persist between power cycles for transmitters on firmware version 1.0.13. To resolve, you must set the battery type on the transmitter again. 

Notes

  • User Guide
  • Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch running iOS 14 and iOS 13.
  • Monitoring and control support for Axient® Digital, Axient®, UHF-R®, ULX-D®, QLX-D®, SLX-D, and PSM®1000 wireless systems. In-app purchases for editing functionality are no longer required. 
  • For best results, ensure your connected devices are updated to the latest firmware using the Shure Update Utility desktop app.
  • An 802.11, or 802.11ac wireless router is recommended for Wi-Fi connection.
  • In order to view the SSID of your network connection type or SSID in the network status bar, you must permit the app access to your location. To do so, go to the Settings app on your iPhone or tablet, select Privacy > Location Services > Channels, and choose “While Using the App”. 
  • To operate ShurePlus Channels version 1.4.6 with other Shure products, reference the following list of minimum versions supported:
    • Axient Digital 1.3.6
    • ULX-D 2.4.25
    • QLX-D 2.3.24
    • SLX-D 1.0.13
    • PSM1000 1.7.10
    • Axient 2.1.11
    • UHF-R 1.171
    • Shure Update Utility 2.6.0
    • Wireless Workbench 6.14.1
Logiciel
6.14.1

New Features

  • Added support to import third-party scan files generated by Anritsu spectrum analyzers.
  • Added the ability to scan with, and view data for, individual antennas on Axient Digital receivers (requires Axient Digital firmware 1.3.6 or later)
  • Added the ability to edit a stopped or imported Timeline file..
    • Create and edit markers and general file information.
    • Trim start time and stop time, and save as a new file.
  • Added an option to use computer location data to populate the TV channel exclusion data table (for select counties)
    • Location services must be enabled on your computer so that the application can approximate your location.
    • Your location data is not stored by Shure or the application.

New Device and Frequency Band Support

  • Added support for Axient® Digital ADX5D dual-channel portable slot-in receiver.
  • Added support for SLX-D® single- and dual-channel wireless receivers.
  • Added support for new Shure frequency bands:
    • BLX M19 | 694.500 MHz – 702.700 MHz
    • BLX Q12 | 748.300 MHz – 757.700 MHz
    • PSM300 L26 | 655.125 MHz – 678.875 MHz

Coordination 

  • Updated the offline TV channel database for the following countries:
    • United States – post-600 MHz transition
  • Added ability to rename or delete the Default RF Zone.
  • Fixed an issue where the scan peak hold overlay color was not being saved as part of the show file.
  • Fixed an issue where the name of a channel listed on the in-use tab of the frequency list dialog could be blank in one scenario.
  • Fixed an issue where it was not possible to sort by dBm or assigned channels in the assign & deploy dialog.
  • Fixed an issue where frequency values in the coordination workspace (CWS) list would not update after a custom equipment profile was edited in the equipment profile dialog.
  • Fixed an issue where resolving a conflict between stock and custom compatibility profiles by renaming the custom profile would cause some of its device info to display as empty.

Timeline

  • Markers can now be multi-selected and assigned a color or deleted as a group.
  • Fixed an issue where an invalid system event marker (“Inactive Tx Status”) would be presented when a transmitter was RF muted.
  • Fixed an issue where a channel header may not be visible after showing or hiding data streams.

General

  • Added support for P10R+ “battery type” IR preset on P10T in-ear monitor transmitters.
  • Added error icon to the tabs in charger properties panels for better visibility to the issue.
  • The first column of the RF Zone configuration matrix is now fixed when scrolling horizontally.
  • Added Antenna Cascade Status label to AXT630 properties panel.
  • Fixed an issue where the “Tx Hot” battery alert did not display for VHF, 900 MHz ISM, and 1.x GHz variants of QLX-D and ULX-D systems.
  • Fixed an issue where sorting the channel list by channel strip visibility in the monitor view was not working properly.
  • Fixed an issue where the ADX/AXT linking capability icon was not presented after relaunching the application or loading a show file.
  • Fixed an issue where changing the IP address of an AD610 ShowLink access point and rebooting it would cause the current channel and channel mask to be set to 0.

Known Issues

  • Battery type may not persist between power cycles for SLX-D transmitters on firmware version 1.0.13. To resolve, you must set the battery type on the transmitter again.
  • ULX-D receivers running firmware version 2.0.28 or earlier may trigger a Settings Conflict when rediscovered after updating their firmware to version 2.1 or later. There is no issue with the device—there was simply a new property added in version 2.1. To dismiss the alert, resolve the Settings Conflict by selecting the properties you wish to keep.
  • The Timeline System Event “Active Transmitter Online” for ULXD6/8 transmitters does not always include Transmitter Device ID in the event description.
  • SLX and ULX frequencies in Master List mode cannot be manually entered in the Coordination Workspace. They can, however, be coordinated and analyzed.

Notes

  • To operate Wireless Workbench successfully, you must run it as an administrator. This includes when updating from within the application using Wireless Workbench version 6.13.1 or prior. Consult your IT department if you have questions about enabling administrator permissions on your computer.
  • Opening show files created with older versions of Wireless Workbench may result in the Settings Conflicts dialog opening once the file has loaded. This is due to newly supported hardware parameters that have been introduced with updated firmware versions. To maintain all settings from the show file, select "Keep all settings from: Wireless Workbench."
  • Alerts logged when devices first come online may list device parameters and their values as they are being discovered even though the parameter values themselves have not changed.
  • The ability to request product labels through the Frequency Band Conversion Tool and Report has been discontinued. The band conversion function is still available for use. For more information, please refer to the WWB Help System in the application, or contact Shure Applications Engineering.
  • To operate Wireless Workbench 6.14.1 with other Shure products, reference the following list of minimum versions supported:
    • Axient Digital 1.3.6
    • Axient 2.1.11
    • PSM1000 1.7.10
    • QLX-D 2.3.24
    • SLX-D 1.0.13
    • UHF-R 1.171
    • ULX-D 2.4.25
    • SBC220/240 Two-bay Chargers 1.3.6
    • SBC250/450/850 Networked Charging Stations 2.4.13
    • SBRC Shure Battery Rack Charger 1.1.6
    • Shure Update Utility 2.6.0
    • ShurePlus Channels 1.4.6
Firmware
9.2.2

Release notes cover the following models:

  • MXC605/605-F
  • MXC615
  • MXC620/620-F
  • MXC630/630-F
  • MXC640
  • MXCIC
  • MXCMIU
  • MXCSIGN
  • DIS-CCU
  • AO6004
  • DC5900F
  • DC5980P
  • DCS6000 legacy conference and interpreter units

Important

  • This firmware release can be used to update Microflex Complete (MXC) or DCS 6000 systems using DIS-CCU Central Unit and to update DC5900F and DC5980P to register and work in an MXC system.
  • Systems using CU 5905, CU 6000, CU 6005, CU 6010, CU 6011, CU 6105, or CU 6110 Central Units are not supported in this release.
  • The Firmware Update Utility (FUU) included in this release must be usedtoupdate your firmware.

New Features

  • This is a hotfix and does not include any new features. Please refer to the version 9.2.0 release notes for a list of new features in FW 9.2.

Bug Fixes

  • MXC605
    • A bug is corrected where audio was not present in the loudspeaker in the unit when the MXC605 was configured as a voting unit.

Known Issues

  • For a list of known issues please refer to ‘Release Note 9.2.0’ for a list of new features in FW 9.2.

Notes

  • MXC and DCS 6000 firmware files are packaged together in the same release file.
  • To operate MXC devices with FW release 9.2.0 with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions:
    • SW6000 v9.2
    • Shure NFC Programming App 1.0.3
Logiciel
9.2.2

Release notes cover the following models:

  • MXC605/605-F
  • MXC615
  • MXC620/620-F
  • MXC630/630-F
  • MXC640
  • MXCIC
  • MXCMIU
  • MXCSIGN
  • DIS-CCU
  • AO6004
  • DC5900F
  • DC5980P
  • DCS6000 legacy conference and interpreter units

Important

  • This firmware release can be used to update Microflex Complete (MXC) or DCS 6000 systems using DIS-CCU Central Unit and to update DC5900F and DC5980P to register and work in an MXC system.
  • Systems using CU 5905, CU 6000, CU 6005, CU 6010, CU 6011, CU 6105, or CU 6110 Central Units are not supported in this release.
  • The Firmware Update Utility (FUU) included in this release must be usedtoupdate your firmware. 

New Features

  • This is a hotfix and does not include any new features. Please refer to the version 9.2.0 release notes for a list of new features in FW 9.2.

Bug Fixes

  • MXC605
    • A bug is corrected where audio was not present in the loudspeaker in the unit when the MXC605 was configured as a voting unit.

Known Issues

  • For a list of known issues please refer to ‘Release Note 9.2.0’ for a list of new features in FW 9.2. 

Notes

  • MXC and DCS 6000 firmware files are packaged together in the same release file.
  • To operate MXC devices with FW release 9.2.0 with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of minimum software and firmware versions:
    • SW6000 v9.2
    • Shure NFC Programming App 1.0.3
Logiciel
1.0.5

Important

  • This software version is used for new MXCSIGN software installations or to update all previous installed versions 

New Features

  • This software is used to transfer images to a MXCSIGN connected to the USB port on a PC running Windows 10

Notes

  • To operate the MXCSIGN software see the following list of minimum firmware version installed on the MXCSIGN:
    • MXC FW Release 9.2.0 
App
3.2.1

New Features

  • Record and convert files into compressed formats

Improvements

  • Bug fixes

Known Issues

  • A small percentage of users may receive a numerical error message while recording, such as “-1” or “66570.” These messages occur when there was an error writing to the device and are related to Apple’s new file system (APFS). One of these errors can occur even if your device has plenty of remaining storage. We recommend clearing up your device storage from the Settings screen, and if that doesn’t resolve the issues, doing a full restore from iTunes, consisting of backing up your device, wiping/restoring to factory settings, and restoring from the backup.
  • If you monitor your recordings with Bluetooth earphones, you may hear artifacts, such as noise, while monitoring. If this occurs, we recommend changing the sample rate of your recordings. Some products may produce artifacts at 44.1 kHz, while others may do so for 48 kHz recordings. Please keep in mind that even if you hear artifacts while monitoring, they will not be present in the recordings themselves.
  • When connected to iPad Pro via a USB-C cable, the MV88+ will pass audio and gain can be adjusted. However, the MOTIV apps will only display ‘external mic’, and the settings screen will not be available. Shure recommends using another device to configure the settings before using with iPad Pro. No adjustments can be made in real time (except gain) on the Shure MOTIV apps when using an iPad Pro.

Notes

Firmware
1.0.13

Improvements

  • Security updates
  • Bug fixes

Notes

  • User guide
  • To operate SLX-D version 1.0.13 devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of supported minimum versions:
    • Wireless Workbench 6.14.0 (virtual device and coordination only)
    • Shure Update Utility 2.5.0
Firmware
1.0.13

Improvements

  • Smart battery temperature warning and pre-emptive shutdown

Notes

  • User guide
  • To operate SLX-D version 1.0.13 devices with other Shure networked systems, see the following list of supported minimum versions:
    • Wireless Workbench 6.14.0 (virtual device and coordination only)
    • Shure Update Utility 2.5.0
Logiciel
1.1.0

Important

  • If you have installed Shure Designer,you need to update to Designer v4.3 or higher before installing Microflex Wireless Software.
  • If the desired NIC is not selectable during the software installation, or does not show up in runtime in the Settings of Microflex Wireless Software, ensure the interface is enabled and is active (i.e. Ethernet cable plugged in & has activity LED’s)
  • Update any MXW devices which are below the minimum supported firmware 8.0.3 by using Shure Update Utility (SUU) found at https://www.shure.com/en-US/products/software/shure_update_utility. Close SUU when complete.

New Feature

  • Adding Cross-Subnet Devices
    • If you are accessing MXW devices across subnets, you will need Microflex Wireless Software v1.1 or higher.
      • Same-subnet devices will be typically auto-discovered and displayed in the Devices list
        • Same-subnet devices which are blocked from auto-discovery (e.g. MXWANI in Port 4 uplink mode, etc.) can be manually entered using the “Add-by-IP” function
      • Adding IP addresses from a .txt or .csv file is supported for importing up to 500 IP addresses, using allowed delimiters of space, comma or new line. Note that more than 100 devices being added will slow down the software’s responsiveness.
      • All added device IP addresses are appended to the remote devices list for convenience the next time the software is opened.
        • If this is not desired, manually delete the addresses which are no longer needed in this file location to minimize unnecessary IP discovery messages: C:\ProgramData\Shure\MicroFlexWireless\SystemAPI\remotedevices.csv
      • If a Device IP has been added but cannot be discovered (offline, wrong address etc), or when a device is no longer required for viewing in the Devices list select “forget Devices” to stop the discovery.
        • This will erase the device’s IP from the remotedevices.csv file that the software will use upon next opening.

Notable workflow differences from MXW legacy Flash User Interface

  • Prior to setup, a passphrase is required to initialize the device(s) (MXWAPT, MXWANI). The passphrase will be applied to all discovered devices which need initialization. This passphrase must be entered to access the devices.  As in the Flash UI, all MXWAPTs in a configuration share a passphrase but each MXWANI’s passphrase is independent.
    • MXWNCS networked chargers do not require authentication, so users will be able to change device properties without logging in.
    • For a given MXWAPT’s Utility Page, the listed devices will be only those which have already been discovered.
    • For a given MXWAPT’s Configuration page, all discovered devices which are open for association are selectable. However only devices which share the subnet of the viewed MXWAPT will successfully route Dante or link microphones with that MXWAPT.
  • SystemOn server-based software is recommended for remote monitoring and control where customized user accounts with optional alerts are required.  See www.shure.com/systemon for free a download.
    • See chart below for a comparison of Microflex Wireless software and SystemOn software controls.
  • Double-click the MXWNCS from the Devices view to set the charger’s IP addresses as well as other device properties.  The MXW legacy Flash user interface workflow of setting charger device properties from the MXWAPTs Utility tab remains supported.
  • Language selection is done in the Settings tab
  • Shure Device Discovery software is no longer needed for typical setups. Microflex Wireless Software displays the discovered devices in the Devices list.
  • The "Lock Configuration" feature available in the MXW legacy Flash user interface has been removed in Microflex Wireless Software.
  • In the Devices view, "Configuration Status" is introduced. New/uninitialized MXWAPTs are designated "OPEN."  After setup, each MXWAPT configuration will have 1 "Primary" MXWAPT, and up to 9 "Secondary" MXWAPTs.  Sorting by "Primary" is a convenience for larger MXW deployments.  Note also that the Primary MXWAPT is the device which is initially viewed when opening any of the Secondary MXWAPTs in the same configuration.

Known Issues

  • In some network scenarios with larger configurations, some actions will take slightly longer. For example, networks of 100-200 devices may take 30-60 seconds for all devices to be discovered.
  • Microflex Wireless Software and Shure SystemOn software are not supported on the same computer. However, you can access the SystemOn server via the same computer’s web browser.
  • When monitoring an MXWAPT channel which utilizes both a Primary and a Secondary mic on the same channel, there is no auto-switch functionality to display the on-air microphone. Workaround: manually select the Primary or Secondary mic to display.
  • Microflex Wireless Software must be restarted after Shure Designer 4.3 is uninstalled.
  • Issues with the Dante interface may cause discovery issues with Microflex Wireless Software
  • In the JDECT band (Japan only), there is an "RF carrier number mismatch" message missing as a potential reason for link failure.  The displayed message is "Link Failure."
  • If a Windows machine's PowerShell execution policy is Default or Undefined, the Installer will quit.  Update PowerShell execution policy to Restricted or Remote Signed by IT, then re-start the MXW Software installation.

Notes

  • Microflex Wireless Software 1.1.0 is compatible with the following device firmware versions:
    • MXWAPT2, MXWAPT4, MXWAPT8 FW 9.0.4
    • MXWANI4, MXWANI8 FW 9.0.4
    • MXWNCS2, MXWNCS4, MXWNCS8 FW 9.0.4
    • MXW1, MXW2, MXW6, MXW8 FW 9.0.4
    • SCM820 1.4.3
  • Requires Windows version 10 64-bit
  • Requires macOS 10.14 "Mojave" or 10.15 "Catalina"
  • At the time of this release, macOS 11.0 "Big Sur" has not been tested.
Firmware
1.3.6

Improvements

  • Bug fixes

Notes

  • User Guide
  • To operate AD610 version 1.3.6 devices with other Shure systems and software, see the following list of minimum versions:
    • Axient Digital AD1/2 and ADX1/1M/2 Transmitters 1.3.6
    • Axient Digital AD4D/Q Receivers 1.3.6
    • Axient AXT400 Receiver 2.1.11
    • Axient AXT100/200 2.1.11
    • SBRC Shure Battery Rack Charger 1.1.6
    • Shure Update Utility 2.6.0
    • ShurePlus Channels 1.4.5
    • Wireless Workbench 6.14.0