SHURE AXIENT DIGITAL COMPONENTS

As the new premier wireless solution in Shure’s portfolio, Axient Digital builds on the benefits of Shure’s UHF-R, ULX-D, and Axient wireless systems to create the most advanced wireless platform to date, suited for all professional productions and situations. Catering to evolving customer needs – especially in an environment of continued RF spectrum pressure – Axient Digital provides high-performance RF, exceptional audio quality, command and control, and hardware scalability.

One of the key features of the Axient Digital range is class-leading channel density, with up to 63 channels in a single TV band in high-density mode. Combined with Axient Digital’s wide frequency range, this makes large-scale wireless productions possible even in areas of high RF usage.

Radio frequency licensing information
Our radio microphones can be set to use the Shared Frequency band Channel 38 at no cost to the hirer (please see below).

A Fixed Site License may be required where multiple wireless systems are used simultaneously, or in areas of heavy radio frequency usage such as festivals, etc. Please contact us with the dates and times of use, exact location including postcode and details of any other UHF wireless systems being used within range. We can then formulate a Frequency Plan and advise which frequencies should be licensed from OFCOM.

Shared (channel 38) UHF radio frequencies
We can transfer a license to use Shared UHF Frequencies in Channel 38 free of charge to our clients.

Our Shure Axient Digital systems can operate on up to 17 simultaneous frequencies in Channel 38 without intermodulation. Additional systems may require a Fixed Site License which can be obtained from OFCOM.

Our Shure UHF-R systems can operate on up to 10 simultaneous frequencies in Channel 38 without intermodulation. Additional systems may require a Fixed Site License which can be obtained from OFCOM.

Our Sennheiser G4 wireless UHF systems can operate on up to 12 simultaneous frequencies in Channel 38 without intermodulation. Additional systems may require a Fixed Site License which can be obtained from OFCOM.

All prices are subject to VAT at the prevailing rate and exclude delivery and crew costs.
All hires are subject to DM Audio’s terms & conditions of hire.