Daftarkan email anda untuk mendapatkan update terbaru dari kami.

News &Updates

What is the Shure Microflex Wireless System?

08 Juni 2018

As the age of information technology continues to grow rapidly, so does the need for advancement in the methods we use to hold meetings, give presentations, and most importantly convey ideas necessary for progressing in our endeavors as a society. One new product that helps facilitate these advancements is the Shure Microflex Wireless. The technology of the Microflex Wireless allows users to produce quality sound for all presentation and meeting needs through a top of the line microphone system.


Here are some of the features of this modern and unique creation. 
 
1. Easy Setup
Mircoflex Wireless has a simple setup process. Using a small access point transceiver, there is no need for the traditional rack mount receiver. Microphone transceivers are active and ready to use the minute they are removed from the charging station. There is no worry or struggle in ensuring the correct microphone is turned on when it is needed; the speaker simply picks it up and may begin using. 

2. Automatic Sound Adjustment
Selectable RF output power enables the sound to automatically adjust to the size and spectrum needed for a room. This makes the product usable in small meeting rooms as well as in large auditoriums. 

3. Scalability
The Microflex Wireless access point transceiver provides Dante digital audio networking that can be routed to multiple devices and multiple rooms. This capability allows the clients to use the microphones anywhere within the network. Adding additional access points allows operation of up to 32 channels. 

4. Security
Safety and security are not a concern with this product as it is protected by AES-256 encryption. This gives users peace of mind that they are operating on a secure system at all times.

5. Versatility
Management is simple as clients can configure and shape settings to meet their needs through an easy to use control system. Utilizers are also able to use third-party control systems such as AMX and Crestron. Operators can use a variety of different types of microphones. Options include gooseneck, boundary, handheld, and bodypack. 

Related News