Suite of Products Offers Increased Channel Count, Rock-Solid RF Performance, and Expanded Automatic Frequency Management for Install Applications
Anaheim, Calif., January 19, 2017—Today, at the 2017 Winter NAMM Show in Anaheim, Shure announced GLX-D® Advanced Digital Wireless products and accessories. The latest addition to the acclaimed GLX-D Digital Wireless line, the new GLX-D Advanced Digital Wireless is an enhanced suite of products, including the GLX-D Advanced Frequency Manager, rack mount receiver system, remote antennas, and accessories. Whether used to outfit Houses of Worship, educational institutions, auditoriums, or event venues with multiple wireless system requirements, GLX-D Advanced Digital Wireless products provide the best-sounding, easiest multi-system wireless experience.
GLX-D Advanced creates the opportunity for install customers to benefit from notable GLX-D features, including exceptional digital audio, automatic frequency management, and intelligent rechargeable batteries. Using the new Frequency Manager, GLX-D Advanced users can seamlessly and confidently operate up to nine simultaneous systems in typical conditions (11 channels in optimal conditions).
With a new rack-mountable configuration, GLX-D Advanced allows up to six GLXD4R receivers to be linked to a GLX-D Advanced Frequency Manager via the RF ports. To simplify installation, the Frequency Manager automatically assigns optimal frequencies to all six receivers utilizing patented data communication via the existing RF cables. Linking two Frequency Managers together enables the use of additional rack mount systems.
“GLX-D Advanced saves both installers and users time and money by including rack hardware and rechargeability in the box,” said Mike Nagel, Wireless Product Manager at Shure. “In fact, over the life of one battery, customers can save $2000 vs. disposable batteries—combining that with the 16-hour run time provides exceptional value.”
For details on GLX-D Advanced Digital Wireless, visit the Shure booth (Hall A, booth #6540) at the 2017 NAMM Show or go to www.shure.com.