Shure addresses the needs of live events that require the ability to deliver flawless audio and ensure a straightforward setup with its new SLX-D digital wireless system.
Shure has announced the addition of the SLX-D Digital Wireless System to its digital wireless portfolio. The new offering is the digital replacement of the company’s popular SLX system, complete with new mechanical designs, exceptional audio quality, more reliable RF performance, streamlined setup, and more.
The multi-faceted SLX-D Digital Wireless System provides end users with greater channel count than SLX, smart rechargeable options, and simplified ease-of-use for moments that matter most – in the classroom, Houses of Worship, corporate facilities, the hospitality sector, local governments, and more. The new system is offered in single and dual channel options.
Transmitters run on standard AA batteries or an optional lithium-ion rechargeable battery solution with a dual-docking charging station.
SLX-D has several notable features including reliable RF with high-performance signal quality and digital modulation for users to navigate crowded environments with high spectral efficiency and dependable RF.
It promises excellent audio quality to ensure every performance, lecture, and speech is delivered flawlessly, SLX-D delivers crystal clear sound. With a wide dynamic range, it can handle a variety of inputs while preventing distortion – ultimately enabling clean, natural instrument and vocal sound.
It is also designed for ease of use and comes equipped with Guided Frequency Setup and a Group Scan feature that lets users set up multiple channels more efficiently by assigning frequencies to all receivers automatically via ethernet connections. Even for a 30+ channel system, the entire Group Scan can be completed within a few seconds.
“As we support customers in education, Houses of Worship, corporate facilities and theaters, we recognise the need for an easy-to-use digital wireless system with rock-solid RF performance that can scale as the needs of the venue or spectrum environment change,” commented Nick Wood, Senior Wireless Category Director at Shure.