Shure’s ULX-D Digital Wireless Microphone System gives unbelievable execution at an extraordinary value point. The ULX-D implies it’s “Computerized.” Digital is 24-bit 48 KHz and you can set up to 14 stations in a single TV recurrence range. So you have uncompanded sound, 48K, 24-bit. That is to say, this thing just sounds wired.
They have put this through an unbelievable number of A/B listening tests with their wired mouthpieces. Along these lines, for example the SM58, you, obviously you can get that in a wired amplifier or you can get that on our remote mouthpieces. They basically took this amplifier on the ULX-D, took a designed adaptation of the SM58, talked into both of them, played instruments into the both of them, had individuals tune in.
They didn’t have a clue what they were tuning in to. They couldn’t differentiate! It’s that unimaginable. So you have oustanding sound with ULX-D. The other thing that is truly captivating about this: If you’ve at any point worked remote amplifiers, you realize that you feel free to give the remote mouthpiece to the ability, they begin singing, and in some cases it’s extremely uproarious and you gotta keep running up, you gotta dismantle the receiver. You’ve gotta modify the trim control.