Nicolas Kyvernitis Electronics Enterprises

UHF-R


on August 20, 2015

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Premier Wireless Technology

UHF-R® Wireless systems master the intense pressure and extreme conditions of any touring, installation or broadcast environment, while delivering unmatched Shure sound.

  • Transmitter form factors include handheld, bodypack, plug-on and micro bodypack options; receiver form factors include single, dual and portable configurations
  • Power options include AA batteries (UR1, UR2, UR3 or UR5), AAA batteries (UR1M), Shure SB900 Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery (UR5) and DC power (UR5)
  • Up to 75 MHz overall tuning bandwidth (region and receiver dependent)
  • Up to 40 preset compatible systems per frequency band (region dependent)

System Details

Shure UHF-R® Wireless Microphone Systems master the high pressure and extreme conditions of large-scale touring or installations environments while delivering uncompromising sound. Rock-solid engineering and unparalleled RF performance provide sound professionals with all the features and flexibility they need to tightly control up to 160 systems for the most elaborate productions. UHF-R incorporates automatic frequency selection, transmitter sync and smart menu-driven system functionality for fast, intuitive setup. Up to 2400 selectable frequencies across an ultra-wide 60 MHz bandwidth provide superior capability to respond to unpredictable RF conditions. Featuring Shure's Advanced Track Tuning Filtering Technology, UHF-R delivers up to 40* simultaneously compatible systems per band without audio degradation or interference. Compatible with Wireless Workbench® 6 software for advanced frequency coordination, monitoring, and control.

Features

* Dependent on frequency regulations by country and actual spectrum usage including TV.
Compatible Systems Per Band Up to 40*
Compatible Systems Using Multiple Bands 160*
Selectable Frequencies 2400
Auto-Setup Scan/Channel Scan/Sync
Detachable Antenna Yes

Available Bands

H4 (518.05 – 577.95 MHz)
J5 (578.1 – 637.7 MHz)
L3 (638.05 – 697.95 MHz)
G1 (470.12 – 529.87 MHz)

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