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Shure flexes conferencing ecosystem

Shure flexes conferencing ecosystem

Shure flexes conferencing ecosystem

The MXC605 incorporates a speak button and function button, a lockable XLR microphone connector, headphone jack with volume control and channel selectors

Shure has extended the Microflex Complete (MXC) digital conference system with the addition of the MXC605 portable conference unit. Designed to be configured for use by a chairman, a delegate, an interpreter or as an ambient microphone, the unit incorporates a speak button and function button, a lockable XLR microphone connector, headphone jack with volume control and channel selectors. The speak button enables the user to activate or deactivate the microphone directly or to submit a request to speak, for which an LED indicates whether the microphone is on (red) or in request to speak mode (green). The function button can be programmed as a Mute, Mute All, Next On, Reply or no function through the DIS-CCU central control unit via Cat-5e cabling. Other features include a 3.5mm TRS in-built headphone jack for which interpreters always listen to the floor channel in the headphone before selecting the outgoing channel for interpretation.

Designed for planning complex conference systems in advance or for evaluating an existing system installation, the desktop DCS-LAN Tool App has been developed as part of the Shure Conference and Discussion Systems portfolio. The software calculates the power consumption of connected MXC or DCS6000 components and identifies the need for expansion components such as power inserters or expansion units. The standalone application determines the maximum total cable run from the CCU to the last conference unit in a chain. In addition, the tool measures the maximum number of conference units that can be accommodated based on all cable lengths and how many supplementary components such as repeaters are required to achieve a desired system topology.

Joining the Microflex Advance MXA910 ceiling array, MXA310 table array microphones and the IntelliMix P300 audio conferencing processor, the MXN5-C networked loudspeaker has been certified for Microsoft Teams. Now providing a complete audio signal chain, the networked loudspeaker is PoE-enabled with an integrated amplifier housed in a low-profile design for applying in drop-ceiling configurations.


For podcasters, gamers and vocalists, the MV7 podcast microphone is Shure’s first hybrid XLR/USB microphone and is laser focused on the user’s voice so that the audience gets a clear and rich reproduction regardless of whether the recording is made at home or in a studio. Auto Level Mode sets gains in real time, so the output levels stay consistent to allow users to focus more on the content rather than mic technique. An integrated touch panel lets users adjust the gain, headphone volume, monitor mix and mute/unmute, with an option to lock customised settings.

Staying with microphones, Shure has also unveiled its DuraPlex subminiature 5mm omnidirectional lavalier and headset mic which boasts the manufacturer’s first IP57 rating. Offering the same features and durability as TwinPlex, DuraPlex consists of the DL4 omnidirectional waterproof lavalier microphone and the DH5 omnidirectional waterproof headset microphone. DuraPlex comes with a carrying case, snap-fit and foam windscreens, single tie clip and a presence cap. The DL4 also comes packaged with a sticky mount.

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