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The ULX-D Digital Wireless Headset Kit from B&H features a 24-bit/48 kHz wireless single-channel receiver and transmitter paired with a headset microphone. This kit includes a Shure ULXD1 bodypack transmitter, Shure ULXD4 digital wireless receiver, and a Shure SM35 headset microphone which terminates in a TA4F connector. It is tuned to Shure's G50 frequency band between 470 and 534 MHz. The ULXD system features AES 256-bit encryption for secure transmission and reception.
Shure ULXD4 Digital Wireless Receiver (G50: 470-534 MHz)
The ULXD4 Digital Wireless Receiver from Shure is designed for compatibility with Shure's ULX-D wireless systems. It is tuned to Shure's G50 frequency band that operates between 470 to 534 MHz. It features 256-bit AES encryption that allows for reception of secure signals. The unit's digital predictive switching diversity is designed to assure you have consistent reception.
Predictive switching diversity
High Density mode optimizes ULX-D systems to simultaneously operate significantly more channels in applications up to 30 meters
Intelligent scanning automatically finds and deploys the cleanest frequencies to transmitters over IR sync
Interference detection and alerts provided on both the receiver and Wireless Workbench 6
Front-panel gain adjustment buttons provide up to 60 dB additional gain
AES 256-bit encryption-enabled for applications where secure transmission is needed
Ethernet networking provides streamlined setup across multiple receivers, Wireless Workbench 6 integration, and AMX/Crestron control
Support for frequency coordination with the Axient Spectrum Manager
Front-panel LCD menu and controls with lockout feature
The Shure ULXD1 Wireless Bodypack Transmitter is a lavalier, headworn microphone and instrument transmitter for hands-free wireless microphone and instrument operation (microphones and instrument cables sold separately). The ULXD1 is sold as part of the ULX-D Digital Wireless Microphone System, or may be purchased separately and used with an existing ULXD4 digital wireless receiver.
The compact bodypack transmitter features a rugged metal housing, TA4-M (4-pin male) audio input, comprehensive LCD display and much more. The ULXD1 features pristine, compandor-free digital transmission for uncompromising sound quality, range and detail. Its 256-bit encryption keeps wireless transmissions secure, and its adjustable RF output power delivers maximum range wherever necessary. The ULXD1 operates on either alkaline AA batteries or Li-Ion rechargeable batteries for up to 12 hours.
AES 256-bit encryption for applications requiring secure data transmission
Proprietary Shure gain ranging optimizes the system's dynamic range for any input source, eliminating the need for transmitter gain adjustments
Shure SB900 Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery provides up to 12 hours of battery life, precision metering with 5-segment battery fuel gauge, and zero memory effect
External charging contacts for docked charging (with the SBC200 dual docking charger)
Backlit LCD with easy to navigate menu and controls
The TA4F SM35 Performance Headset Condenser Microphone from Shure is a wireframe headset cardioid condenser microphone that can be used for a variety of active vocal and general speech performance applications. It features an in-line XLR preamp and connector. A snap-fit windscreen is included.
Wearable wireframe headset is designed to fit securely and comfortably for active performers and multi-instrumentalists
Flexible gooseneck design allows for optimized placement to further improve source isolation
Lightweight and low-profile form for long-wearing use
TA4F connector compatible with any Shure wireless bodypack system
Locking snap-fit windscreen
Tailored frequency response refined for clear, crisp vocal reproduction