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The MXW1 Bodypack Transmitter from Shure is a bi-directional bodypack transmitter designed for use with Shure's Microflex wireless conference system. It can be used in various environments for audio applications such as, boardrooms, corporate theaters, training/seminar centers, government, and more. It features an integrated omnidirectional microphone as well as a TA4M connector for an optional lavalier or headset mic. In addition to transmitting audio, the MXW1 receives a return channel of audio that can be monitored with an optional earphone through the unit's earphone output. The MXW1 protects your audio with 256-bit AES encryption, allowing for secure transmission.
The unit features a built-in rechargeable battery that is capable of up to 9 hours of use. It can be worn on an optional lanyard, tucked into a shirt pocket, or attached to your clothes with the included belt-clip.
Compact Low-Profile Design
Fits comfortably into a shirt pocket or attaches to clothing
Integrated Omnidirectional Mic
Clearly captures full-range audio without connecting an external microphone
External Microphone Input
For connecting multiple styles of earworn or lavalier condenser microphones
Enables return channel audio and real-time remote control of all wireless microphone settings
Listen to audio from a return channel for translation, cueing, or program material
Programmable Mute Button
Customize local or remote muting behavior per application, with options including push-to-talk, push-to-mute, and external control
Enabled remotely during breaks or periods of inactivity to significantly extend battery life when not in use
Out of Range Alert
Emits beeping sound when range is exceeded
In the Box
Shure MXW1 Hybrid Bodypack Transmitter with Microphone (Z10: 1920 to 1930 MHz)