A new console interpretation, an electronic display, a powerful digital signal processor, along with two new Centraverse microphones and high density mode for wireless Microflex systems are some of the ads that the manufacturer is making in these days of the fair .
The participation of Shure in ISA 2017 (Hall 3 - stand A110) is loaded with ads in the days leading the contest to full activity, mainly in terms of conferencing systems is concerned, as the incorporation of a new console interpretation (Shure Interpretation Console) and a new electronic display (Shure electronic Name Sign).
In the first case, the new console interpretation (in the picture below), which operates with the DCS6000 / SW6000 systems, is designed to provide interpreters for more control and flexibility, while the Electronic Name Sign is a display ink -a two-sided electronic and programable-, which facilitates identification of the participants during the conference. The SW6000 Conference Management software allows you to configure, monitor, manage and customize individually each meeting or conference.
With regard to conferencing systems, the manufacturer has presented first in this contest IntelliMix P300, a new digital signal processor designed specifically for conferencing applications. Specifically, it offers Intellimix Shure DSP algorithms that significantly improve audio quality in videoconferencing as well as a variety of connectivity options and seamless operation with Microflex Advance and wireless systems company.
Another innovation that can meet visitors at the stand of Shure, whose systems markets EarPro in Spain, Portugal and Andorra, are the two new -models swan neck microphones CVG12D and CVG18D- with which the company has expanded its line Centraverse and are designed as a one-stop solution with double gooseneck sections for total joint online preamplifier and a base built for a precise location that meets the needs of customers who prefer a fully pre-configured desktop system.
CVG18D new CVG12D and microphones also feature a cardioid polar pattern and a frequency response customized for the word, which improves intelligibility while reducing the ambience of a room noise and feedback.
Another novelty is focused on expanding the number of ULX-D wireless systems with two new transmitters, one surface (ULXD6 model) and a gooseneck (ULXD8), which also optimal sound quality with low latency signal stability, good spectral efficiency, encryption technology and are compatible with rechargeable lithium ion batteries or standard AA.
In addition, users of the ULX-D and QLX-D wireless systems are also in luck, since Shure has confirmed in these days of the event the availability of both systems in the bands 1.5 and 1.8 GHz, as well as the availability of more accessories for these bands and systems including the distribution system antenna UA844 +, active directional antenna UA874, the splitter passive antenna UA221 and distribution system antenna UA845UWB (switchable to VHF, UHF, 1.2, 1.5 and 1.8 GHz) .
Shure has also presented at ISE 2017 High-density mode (High Density Mode) for Microflex wireless systems. The new firmware update system of this series include high density mode, allowing users to operate with dual microphones simultaneously.
To this new collaborations joined with other manufacturers to deliver a new level of integration between systems wired and wireless audio brand and other systems, such as those made by Cisco, Crestron, Polycom, QSC, Symetrix, Yamaha, Audinate and Chief among others.
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