Shure is now shipping its new UHF-R wireless. With 2,400 selectable frequencies across a 60 MHz bandwidth, UHF-R allows up to 40 preset compatible systems to be operated per band, and up to 108 systems can be put to work using multiple bands. Complementing this expanded window of operation is Shure's Advanced Track Tuning Filtering Technology, which shifts onboard RF filtering within selected frequencies to maximize compatibility and maximize isolation from interference.
Engineered to save time and effort in both fixed installations and touring sound applications, UHF-R is outfitted with an advanced feature set including automatic frequency selection with group scan, infrared automatic transmitter sync, and smart menu-driven system operation facilitating quick setup times and intuitive use.
Sounding more like a hardwired system than a wireless, UHF-R draws its crystal-clear audio characteristics from Shure's patented Audio Reference Companding circuitry. Using a variable companding ratio that automatically responds to audio levels, Audio Reference Companding eliminates wireless artifacts and increases dynamic range far beyond the capabilities of conventional wireless systems.
Equipped with a bitmapped LCD display providing access and control to all integral system functions, the UHF-R UR2 handheld transmitter features frequency and power lockout, and is available with a full line of Shure capsules including the SM58, SM86, SM87, Beta 58, Beta 87A, and Beta 87C. UHF-R systems can additionally be used with any Shure headworn, lavalier or instrument mic, or a WA302 instrument cable when using the UHF-R UR1 bodypack transmitter.
Available in both single and dual choices, the UR4S and UR4D wireless diversity receivers feature a flash memory AMX and Crestron compatibility, and can be customized with an extensive range of accessories including.