Shure has launched its new SLX-D Digital Wireless System – the digital successor to its long-running SLX wireless line.
Designed for use in classrooms, Houses of Worship, corporate facilities, hospitality and a variety of other applications, the new SLX-D replaces Shure’s SLX system and provides an ease-of-use focus for less technical users.
Available in single and dual channel options, the SLX-D provides a larger channel count than the original SLX system, enabling operation of up to 32 channels per frequency band and offering more consistent wireless performance for users in areas that have a lot of RF congestion.
The SLX-D system also provides various rechargeable options; transmitters run on standard AA batteries or an optional lithium-ion rechargeable battery solution with a dual-docking charging station.
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The SLX-D is also equipped with Guided Frequency Setup and a Group Scan feature that allows users to set up multiple channels by assigning frequencies to all receivers automatically via ethernet connections. Shure says a 30-plus channel system can be set up via Group Scan within a few seconds.
“As we support customers in education, Houses of Worship, corporate facilities and theaters, we recognize 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. “With SLX-D, we can offer a solution that is both state-of-the-art and a great value.”