WARNING: Voltages in this equipment are hazardous to life. No user-serviceable parts inside. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. The safety certifications do not apply when the operating voltage is changed from the factory setting.
The Axient® Digital ADX5D is a portable, dual-channel, digital wireless receiver.
DB15 backplate and spacer plate
DB25 backplate and spacer plate
L-type battery sled attachment
Mounting plate with cold shoe
⑥ M3 screws (x2)
To attach cold shoe to mounting plate
⑦ ¼-20 screws (x2) and M2.5 screws (x2)
To attach mounting plate to third-party mounts
① SMA inputs from Antenna A and Antenna B
RF connection for Antenna A and Antenna B.
② Main mounting screws
Captive screws for mounting the receiver to other hardware.
③ SMA input from ShowLink® antenna
RF connection for networking via ShowLink.
④ "Exit" (X) button
Push to return to the previous menu screen, hold to power the unit on or off.
⑤ "Enter" (O) button
Press to enter menu screens and confirm menu changes.
⑥ Control buttons
Use to navigate through parameter menus and to change settings.
⑦ Power LED
⑧ Audio level LEDs
Red, yellow, and green LEDs indicate average and peak audio levels. For more specific readings, use the in-display audio monitor.
⑨ Antenna status LEDs
Indicates status for both antennas:
Note: The receiver will not output audio unless one blue LED is illuminated.
⑩ Channel quality LEDs
Displays signal-to-noise ratio of RF signal. When the RF signal is strong with a low level of noise, all five LEDs are lit; low levels of channel quality provide an early warning of potential problems, allowing you to switch to a clear frequency.
⑪ IR Sync LED
Indicates the receiver's IR port is aligned with a transmitter.
⑫ Infrared (IR) port
Align with a compatible transmitter's IR port during an IR Sync for automated tuning and setup.
⑬ Ambient Light Sensor
Automatically detects external lighting conditions.
View menu screens and settings. Press any control button to activate the display.
⑮ USB-C port
Connect to a computer to update firmware.
Note: Device cannot be powered by USB.
⑯ 3.5mm output port
User-assignable audio output.
⑰ Backplate screw holes
Internally-threaded screw holes for securing interchangeable backplates.
⑱ Rear panel connector
Transfers data and power from compatible backplates.
One of the major advantages of the slot-in receiver form factor is that they can be configured for multiple applications, including insertion into a camera or multi-coupler device, or for standalone use where power is provided by a battery distribution system (BDS) or battery sled. The rear panels manage power input, audio output, and data transfer between mating devices (e.g. cameras, multi-couplers, etc.). The spacer plates facilitate mounting in cameras, SuperSlot™ and UniSlot® multi-couplers, and audio bag organizer plates, as each of these devices have different dimensions and clearances for slot-in receivers.
Align the captive Phillips screws with the threaded holes on the back of the ADX5D receiver and slide the backplate into place. Tighten screws to ensure a solid connection.
TIP: Backplates only align one way. You don't need to force it into place.
The TA3 Backplate for ADX5D is designed to accommodate power input from an external source, audio output for the receiver, and optional interfacing with compatible battery sleds. The panel includes a 4-pin connector for mating with the battery sled, two TA3 (mini 3-pin XLR) audio output connectors, a 4-pin locking Hirose power input connector, and captive Phillips-head screws to mount/unmount the rear panel.
When connected, output 1 can be configured for analog or AES3 output in the device menu. Analog output 2 is disabled when AES3 is selected.
Since the receiver doesn't need to mate with an external device while being used with the standalone rear panel, a spacer plate is not required or included with the rear panel.
Connectors are (from left to right): 4-pin battery sled power input, TA3 audio outputs 1 and 2, and Hirose 4-pin power input.
Connect a compatible 6-18V power supply to the power input.
CAUTION: Always attach backplate to receiver before connecting power supply.
Battery sleds must be used with the standalone rear panel, as this panel includes the 4-pin connector required for the two components to mate and pass power. The battery sled is then secured to the receiver using two screws on the rear of the sled, which ensures that the sled cannot fall off or be removed, and two screws from the front panel to stabilize the sled while on the receiver.
The ADX5D can be powered by a single battery; when two batteries are installed, one can be replaced without interrupting operation. Battery runtime changes depending on the number, type, and capacity of the batteries used.
Insert the battery so that the contact points on the front face connect with the contacts at the rear of the battery sled bay until the latch moves into place. To remove the battery, push the latch down and pull the battery back and up.
DB15 backplates are available for devices with 15-pin connectors, such as Sony video cameras. If only one audio channel is available, the 3.5mm connector on the bottom of the front plate can be used to output audio from channel 1, channel 2, channel 1+2 stereo, or channel 1+2 summed mono.
The DB15 rear panel kit for ADX5D includes:
Attach the backplate and slot the ADX5D receiver into a compatible DB15 video camera. If needed, attach the included spacer plate to provide a proper fit.
DB25 rear panels utilize a 25-pin D-Sub connector to transmit audio, video, data, and power. This connector type is commonly used on devices that require multiple interfacing paths in a small form factor, including SuperSlot™/UniSlot® devices.
The DB25 rear panel kit for ADX5D includes:
Attach the backplate and slot the ADX5D receiver into compatible DB25 equipment, such as a video camera or multi-coupler. If needed, attach the included spacer plate to provide a proper fit.
Perform group and channel scans to find the best frequencies for your devices.
To minimize interference, Shure wireless systems organize RF bands into predefined groups and channels. An individual frequency is a channel. Channels that are unlikely to interfere with each other are compiled into groups.
Note: Because groups are band-dependent, some systems only have one available group. Single-group bands have the same RF performance as those with multiple groups.
Important: Before you begin:
Turn off all transmitters for the systems you are setting up (this prevents them from interfering with the frequency scan).
Turn on potential sources of interference (other wireless systems or devices, computers, large LED panels, effects processors, and so on) so they are operating as they would be during the presentation or performance. The scan will detect and avoid any interference they generate.
Perform a group scan to find the group with the most available frequencies. Available frequencies can be automatically deployed to receiver channels and other networked components.
Perform a channel scan to find available frequencies within a group.
Scan the full RF spectrum for potential sources of interference, from the receiver or from connected control software. Use the control buttons to move the cursor across the spectrum and view frequency and level information.
Use IR Sync to form an audio channel between the transmitter and receiver.
Note: The receiver band must match the band of the transmitter.
Any change to the encryption status on the receiver such as enabling/ disabling encryption or requesting a new encryption key, requires a sync to send the settings to the transmitter.
The home screen displays the most critical device and channel properties and statuses. From the main home screen, use the arrow buttons to navigate to the channel home screens. Press O to open the menu selection screen, or hold X to go to the shortcut menu.
Note: To change the information that appears on the device or channel home screens, go toor .
|Transmitter battery runtime in hours and minutes or bar display|
|Displayed when encryption is enabled|
|Displayed when controls are locked. Icon will flash if access is attempted to a locked control (power or menu).|
|ShowLink® signal strength displays 0 to 5 bars|
|Indicates standard transmission mode|
|Indicates high density transmission mode|
|Displayed when RF output is muted|
The receiver uses a two-tier menu structure to support multiple channels:
To access the shortcut menu, hold the X button. Use the arrow keys to cycle through options, push O to confirm your selection.
|Power Off?||Turn off the receiver.|
|Switch Channels||Quickly switch between channels without changing the selected parameter.
Note: Only available when the Shortcut menu is launched from within a channel menu.
|Rx1 Home||Open the Channel1 home screen.|
|Rx2 Home||Open the Channel2 home screen.|
|3.5mm Level||Adjust the headphone level from -60 to 12 in 1 dB steps.|
|Menu Lock||Use the locking feature to prevent accidental or unauthorized changes to controls and settings. Use the arrow buttons to change the lock status of the menu.|
Use the following menu items and parameter settings to configure the receiver at the device level. From the following home screen, press O to see your menu options:
Use the arrows to select the menu of your choice, and press O to open that menu.
As you edit menu values, press O to save changes or press X to cancel without saving.
Choose analog or AES3 audio format.
Configure sample rate of AES3 output.
Select the tuning band for the receiver. For proper operation, this should match the band of your transmitters.
The receiver features Advanced Encryption Standard (AES-256) to ensure that only the receiver that is keyed to the transmitter can monitor the audio content. Use the menu buttons to select whether to encrypt the audio content and perform an IR sync to enable or disable the encryption.
Note: The encryption key icon () will appear on the display of both the receiver and the transmitter when encryption is enabled.
Choose between standard and high density transmitter spacing. For more information about each option, see Transmission Modes.
Configure, edit, or load (copy and distribute to other receivers on the network) custom frequency groups.
Adjust TV bandwidth to match regional standards.
Assigning custom names or IDs helps with monitoring and organizing when the receiver is part of a large system. Use the arrow buttons to select or edit an ID.
Select a ShowLink® mode:
For more information on each ShowLink® mode, see ShowLink® Remote Control.
SL Current Channel
When ShowLink® mode is on, displays the current channel.
SL Direct Config
The following settings apply when the ADX5D is operating in ShowLink® direct mode:
SL Network Config
The following settings apply when the ADX5D is operating in ShowLink® network mode:
View the status of access control (enabled or disabled). If enabled, you can disable access control here. Use Wireless Workbench or other Shure control software to enable access control.
If access control is enabled, control applications such as Wireless Workbench and ShurePlus Channels supply a PIN in order to remotely manage the device. That access control PIN appears in this menu. The initial PIN can be configured by Wireless Workbench; see the Wireless Workbench help for more information on this.
Use the network browser utility to view all Shure devices on a network.
Arranges the network browser results by model name.
By FW Version
Arranges the network browser results by firmware version.
Send a hardware identification message to control applications, like Wireless Workbench, so you can locate your device in the application.
Use the locking feature to prevent accidental or unauthorized changes to controls and settings. Use the arrow buttons to change the lock status of the menu.
Adjust the brightness of the display and LEDs. By default, ADX5D uses the ambient light sensor to automatically control the brightness based on the environment.
Note: Lower brightness settings consume less power.
Offers options to turn off display and front panel illumination after 30 seconds, 1 minute (default), 2 minutes, 3 minutes, or 5 minutes.
Dev Home Options
Select a device home screen.
Ch Home Options
Select a channel home screen.
Align transmitter IR window and select to update transmitter firmware.
Presets store all receiver settings to provide a quick way to configure a receiver or switch between several different setups. Up to 4 presets can be stored in receiver memory. Manage and load presets with the control buttons.
Turn third-party control support On or Off. Reboot to apply changes.
Resets all receiver parameters to factory settings.
All current settings will be cleared during the reset and the receiver will reboot.
Provides a detailed list of build specifications and vital statistics for the receiver.
View the power status of the receiver.
Use the following menus and parameters to configure the receiver channels. From either of the following home screens, press O to see the corresponding channel's options:
Use the arrows to select the menu of your choice, and press O to open that menu.
As you edit menu values, press O to save changes or press X to cancel without saving.
Sync a transmitter to the receiver channel. You can also see information about the IR sync process, including when a sync is in progress, whether a sync was successful, and some helpful tips if it failed.
Press O to deploy a new frequency when using a spectrum manager as a frequency server.
Note: You won't see this menu option if you don't have a frequency server assigned to the receiver.
You can individually control the gain and audio output in real time for each channel.
Provides a continuous audio signal tone for testing and troubleshooting. Use the arrow buttons to select a level and frequency for the tone, and set the level to Off to stop the generator.
Set a group, channel, and frequency.
See finer-resolution details about the RF signal strength.
Assigning unique names to each channel helps with identification and organization when the receiver is part of a large system. Use the arrow keys to assign or edit the channel name.
Finds available channels within the selected group:
Scans the selected group to find all available channels.
Choose to perform a scan or recall a previously saved scan, if one is available.
View and configure transmitter properties. Press O to select a slot and see further actions for that slot. For more details about transmitter slots, see Assigning Transmitters to Slots.
Assign a transmitter to the selected slot.
Remove a transmitter from the selected slot.
Flash (ShowLink® transmitters only)
Flashes the display of a transmitter linked to the receiver.
Activate (ShowLink® transmitters only)
Press O to send RF mute to all other slots.
Press O to see the transmitter's ShowLink® status as the portables move around the working area. For more information, see ShowLink® Test.
Displays build details and vital statistics for the transmitter being received.
Configuring IR presets allows all transmitter parameters to be automatically set from the receiver during an IR sync. Use the arrow buttons to select and edit transmitter parameters from the preset list. Select No Change to keep existing settings.
Select interference detection setting for the channel. For more information on each setting, see Interference Detection.
Configure frequency diversity for handheld or bodypack transmitters. Choose between:
For more information on these settings, see Frequency Diversity.
View and adjust the advanced FD-S options. For more information, see FD-S Advanced Settings.
Set receiver output signal routing options for talk switch control from a transmitter. For more information about using a talk switch with an Axient® Digital transmitter, see the talk switch user guide.
Put this channel on standby to conserve power when you aren't using it.
ShowLink® remote control uses a wireless network connection to enable real-time remote parameter adjustments for select portable Axient® devices. Whether performers are in the middle of a presentation or off stage waiting for their cue, ShowLink® lets you make crucial changes to transmitter settings without interrupting the performers.
To update the ShowLink® mode, go to. ADX5D ShowLink® modes:
|Mode||Reasons for use||Needed equipment||Example use case|
|Direct mode||To establish a connection between a single ADX5D and one or more transmitters||
||Crew has a small setup with a few ADX transmitters and no need to use Wireless Workbench or connect to a larger network.|
|Network mode||To connect ADX5D to an existing network, control the receiver and any linked devices with software (such as Wireless Workbench), and perform frequency mitigation or coordination for any linked devices||
||Studio or filming site with a mix of carts and racks of other gear and computers or tablets running control software.|
|Off mode||You don't need to connect to Wireless Workbench or a larger network and want to extend battery life by turning off non-essential power consuming features or avoid using the 2.4 GHz spectrum||
||Crew has transmitters that aren't ShowLink® enabled. Users are transmitting audio but not connecting to a larger network or remotely modifying parameters.|
Operate your ADX5D in direct mode to remotely control parameters of registered ADX transmitters without connecting to a larger installation or using control software. When ADX5D is in direct mode, you can control up to 16 Axient® Digital ADX-series transmitters (8 per channel) from a single ADX5D receiver.
Note: An ADX5D in direct mode has no connection to any control applications (e.g. Wireless Workbench or Channels) or devices other than transmitters (e.g. Axient® Digital receivers or AD610 access points).
When your device is in direct mode, the ShowLink® radio will scan the 2.4 GHz spectrum and pick the best channel to operate on. The device will use this channel until the next boot time. You can update your settings to choose a specific channel instead by going to Manual, and entering the ShowLink® channel you want the device to operate on., selecting
If your receiver is in automatic channel selection mode, you can set a ShowLink® channel mask to dictate channels to use or avoid. Go toto select "Use" or "Avoid" for each individual ShowLink® channel.
Use network mode to connect the ADX5D to an existing Shure network and take advantage of the full features of an Axient® Digital receiver, including interference management and frequency coordination via control software such as Wireless Workbench. In network mode, your ShowLink® communications are routed through an AD610 access point, which increases device capacity and ShowLink® range as well as enabling features that depend on connection to a larger network.
Note: The ADX5D is compatible with the AD610 ShowLink® access point.
To use the ADX5D in network mode, you must connect an AD610 ShowLink® access point to your network and set a network host ID, which grants access to ADX5Ds with a matching client ID. You can control up to 24 Axient® Digital devices with each AD610.
Note: Update your AD610 to the latest firmware and download the latest version of Wireless Workbench before connecting your ADX5D to the network.
Use the following steps to set up an AD610 ShowLink® access point and choose a network host ID:
Repeat this process for any other AD610s you have on the network that you want to act as a gateway for an ADX5D.
An ADX5D in network mode uses a client ID to join networks with an AD610 that has a matching host ID. Once you have an AD610 on your network and a network host ID chosen, set your ADX5D to network mode and set the client ID to match the host ID.
Note: You must be using network mode in order to control this device with Wireless Workbench.
To turn on network mode and set the client ID:
If the ADX5D is already operating in network mode, go toand choose the client ID that matches the AD610. The ADX5D reboots to apply the new setting.
Perform a ShowLink® test to find the boundaries of the ShowLink® coverage area between linked devices. When a ShowLink® test is activated, a five-bar display indicating the link quality is shown on the screen. As the devices are moved apart, the number of bars will decrease. ShowLink® control is maintained as long as 1 bar is displayed.
If the device is beyond the coverage range, ShowLink® control is not possible. However, the audio signal will not be affected or interrupted as long as the receiver is within range of the RF signal.
To improve coverage, adjust the location of your devices or place additional access points to extend coverage.
Tip: During a ShowLink® test, press O to drop a marker in Wireless Workbench.
Perform a ShowLink® test from the Tx Slots menu to plot the status of a linked transmitter's ShowLink® coverage. When your device is in direct mode, this function measures the coverage between your transmitter and the ADX5D; when your device is in network mode, this function measures the coverage between your transmitter and the AD610 it is associated with.
To test ShowLink® coverage between an ADX5D in network mode and an AD610 access point:
Each receiver channel contains 8 transmitter slots to control the RF signals passed by the receiver. Transmitters can be assigned to the channel slots or "registered" with the receiver.
For added protection from interference, the receiver will issue a warning or block signals from any transmitters that aren't registered.
To assign a transmitter to a receiver channel:
When the sync is complete, the transmitter will be assigned to the slot. The transmitter will remain assigned to the slot until it is unlinked. To remove a transmitter from a slot, use the arrow buttons to select the slot. Then, use the arrow buttons to select Unlink and press O.
The receiver offers two transmission modes to efficiently manage the available spectrum used by the transmitters.
Standard mode employs channel spacing that allows for the operation of transmitters at various power levels.
Standard mode is ideal for situations where spectrum is not limited or when you need to operate transmitters at higher power levels to increase range.
High Density Mode
High density mode creates additional bandwidth for more channels in crowded RF environments by transmitting at 2 mW RF power and narrowing the modulation bandwidth.
High density mode is ideal for applications where many channels are needed in a confined area, transmission distances are short, and the number of available frequencies is limited.
Note: Operation mode varies according to region.
Frequency diversity enables seamless, uninterrupted audio for mission-critical applications. Frequency diversity works by transmitting the audio on two independent frequencies from an ADX2FD handheld transmitter or from 2 AD/ADX series transmitters.
When operated in frequency diversity mode, the receiver uses two frequencies to provide a single channel of audio. If one frequency experiences interference, the audio from the other frequency is used to prevent dropouts or interruption of the audio.
Using frequency diversity in conjunction with interference detection provides an additional layer of protection for the audio signal.
|Override / Lock to||Enables the ability to override the FD-S algorithm and manually select the receiver.|
|Monitor 3.5mm Output||Configures the 3.5mm output to monitor pre- or post- FD-S selection.|
|Audio Evaluation||When OFF: Only the RF assessment to the FD-S pairs is made. Recommended when two separate inputs are in use.||When ON: If both RF channels in the FD-S pair pass RF assessment, an optional assessment of the audio signal level is made. If the difference in the audio level is significant, the algorithm selects the higher of the two signals.|
In the event of signal degradation, interference management technology provides options to move to a clean, compatible frequency, either manually or automatically.
Respond to an alert by manually selecting a new frequency, or allow the Spectrum Manager or Wireless Workbench to automatically deploy a backup frequency the instant interference is detected.
Tip: To dismiss a interference alert, select the affected channel, and then select Dismiss.
The detection mode determines how the receiver will switch to a clear frequency in the event of interference.
The unregistered transmitter setting determines how the receiver reacts to the presence of unregistered transmitters, which can be a potential source of interference. If a transmitter is not listed in the receiver's Tx Slots, then that transmitter is considered unregistered to the receiver channel.
From the Interf. Mgt menu, choose one of the following options:
The frequency server option allows you to assign a networked Spectrum Manager as a server for clear frequencies in the event of interference.
Choose a mode for your 3.5 mm. output depending on which equipment you use with the receiver.
|Tip Audio||Ring Audio||Sleeve||Mode|
|Balanced Sum||+||-||Ground||Balanced mono|
|Sum Rx1 + Rx2||+||+||Unbalanced dual mono|
|Stereo Rx1/Rx2* (default)||+ (Rx1)||+ (Rx2)||Unbalanced stereo|
* When ADX5D is operating in FD-S with Pre selection chosen, the sum will continue to output the Post FD-S audio
Firmware is embedded software in each component that controls functionality. Installing the latest version of firmware updates the receiver to incorporate additional features and enhancements. New versions of the firmware can be uploaded and installed using the Shure Update Utility tool. Software is available for download from http://www.shure.com/firmware.
When you update receiver firmware, update your transmitters to the same firmware version to ensure consistent operation.
The firmware of all devices has the form of MAJOR.MINOR.PATCH (e.g., 1.2.14). At a minimum, all devices on the network (including transmitters) must have the same MAJOR and MINOR firmware version numbers (e.g., 1.2.x).
CAUTION! Ensure that receiver power and network connections are maintained during a firmware update. Do not turn off the receiver until the update is complete.
Important: Alignment must be maintained during the entire update cycle. Percentage of update progress appears on the receiver display.
|Faint sound, distortion||
|Lack of range, unwanted noise bursts, or dropouts||
|Cannot add network ID in AD610 properties panel in Wireless Workbench||
|Experiencing ShowLink® interference||
|Not able to set ShowLink® mode on ADX5D||Verify that your attached backplate and mode enable ShowLink® - see Country-Specific Functionality Restrictions.|
|ADX5D not appearing in Wireless Workbench||
|Linked transmitters not appearing in Wireless Workbench||
The following alerts are displayed in the ADX5D menu screens. If the suggested actions do not resolve the issue, contact your Shure customer service representative.
|RF Power Overload||Confirm there are no high power transmitters in the vicinity|
|Over Temperature||Power off and allow device to cool before resuming use|
|SM Offline||Confirm the connected spectrum manager is powered on and online|
|Back Plate Failure||
|SL Proc. Failure||
|3.5mm Lim. Engaged||Adjust/reduce the following:
|Low Voltage||Check the Power Status in the device configuration menu to toggle this alert on/off and to set the power threshold for the alert.|
|Unregistered AD Tx||Ensure all transmitters are assigned to transmitter slots.|
|Multiple Tx Active||Enter the Activate.menu. Select the desired transmitter and select|
|Encryption Mismatch||Re-sync the transmitter with the intended receiver.|
|Tx Overload||Confirm the input pad and transmitter offset are appropriate for the source audio.|
|Tx Muted||Unmute the active transmitter.|
|Tx RF Muted||Disable RF mute on the active transmitter.|
|Firmware Mismatch||Useto update the transmitter firmware.|
|Rx Muted||Navigate to Onand change the mode to|
|Tx Battery Hot||Remove the transmitter from heat and replace the battery to let it cool down. If condition persists, the transmitter will shut down. Replace the battery and ensure unit is operating in normal temperature environments.|
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|Band||Frequency Range ( MHz)|
|G53||470 to 510|
|G54||479 to 565|
|G55†||470 to 636*|
|G56||470 to 636|
|G57 (G57+)||470 to 616* (614 to 616*** )|
|G62||510 to 530|
|G63||487 to 636|
|H54||520 to 636|
|K53||606 to 698*|
|K54||606 to 663**|
|K55||606 to 694|
|K56||606 to 714|
|K57||606 to 790|
|K58||622 to 698|
|L54||630 to 787|
|L60||630 to 698|
|P55||694 to 703, 748 to 758, 803 to 806|
|R52||794 to 806|
|JB||806 to 810|
|X51||925 to 937.5|
|X55||941 to 960|
|X56||960 to 1000|
*With a gap between 608 to 614 MHz.
**With a gap between 608 to 614 MHz and a gap between 616 to 653 MHz.
***Selecting the G57+ band extends the G57 band with 2 MHz of additional spectrum between 614 to 616 MHz. Maximum transmitter power is limited to 10mW between 614 to 616 MHz.
†Operation mode varies according to region. In Brazil, High Density mode is used. The maximum power level for Peru is 10mW.
470–1000 MHz, varies by region (See frequency table)
Note: Actual range depends on RF signal absorption, reflection, and interference
|Standard Density Mode||75 m (246 ft)|
|High Density Mode||40 m (131 ft)|
−90 dBm at 10-5 BER
25 kHz, varies by region
>70 dB, typical
>80 dB, typical
SMA (Shell=Ground, Center=Signal)
2.40 to 2.4835 GHz (16 Channels)
Note: Actual range depends on RF signal absorption, reflection, and interference
SMA (Shell=Ground, Center=Signal)
2.5 dBm EIRP
1 Omni 2.4 GHz
−18 to +42 dB
in 1 dB steps (plus Mute setting)
66 Ω, Typical, TA3 Out
Note: 3.5mm output does not have phantom power protection
Note: Dependent on microphone type
20 Hz – 20 kHz
0.0006% at -6 dBFS, 1 kHz,
Positive pressure on diaphragm produces positive voltage on audio+ with respect to audio-
|Standard Density Mode||2.08 ms|
|High Density Mode||2.96 ms|
Peripheral (upstream-facing port)
6V DC to 18V DC
|maximum||4.8 W (18 V in, full brightness, all audio full scale out, and RF channels active)|
|nominal||4W (12 V in, no outputs, no linked transmitters)|
|minimum||2.3 W (6.5V in, both channels in standby)|
Note: Battery characteristics may limit this range.
-18°C (0°F) to 50°C (122°F)
-29°C (-20°F) to 65°C (149°F)
29 x 88 x 108 mm H x W x D (No backplate)
0.24 kg (0.53 lbs), without antennas or backplate
Approved under the Declaration of Conformity (DoC) provision of FCC Part 15.
The equipment is intended to be used in professional audio applications.
FCC ID: DD4ADX5D. IC: 616A-ADX5D.
This product meets the Essential Requirements of all relevant European directives and is eligible for CE marking.
Meets essential requirements of the following European Directives:
EMC - 2014/30/EU
LVD - 2014/35/EU
RoHS - EU 2015/863
WEEE - 2012/19/EU
Hereby, Shure Incorporated declares that the radio equipment is in compliance with Directive 2014/53/EU. The full text of the EU declaration of conformity is available at the following internet address: http://www.shure.com/europe/compliance
Authorized European representative:
Shure Europe GmbH
Headquarters Europe, Middle East & Africa
Department: EMEA Approval
75031 Eppingen, Germany
Phone: +49-7262-92 49 0
Fax: +49-7262-92 49 11 4
現品表示記号は、以下のことを表しています。 この無線機器は 2.4GHz 帯の電波を使用し、変調方式は「 DS 」方式、想定与干渉距離は 40m です。 2,400MHz ～ 2,483.5MHz の全帯域を使用し、移動体識別装置の帯域を回避することはできません 。
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
This device operates on a no-protection, no-interference basis. Should the user seek to obtain protection from other radio services operating in the same TV bands, a radio licence is required. For further details, consult Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada’s document Client Procedures Circular CPC-2-1-28, Voluntary Licensing of Licence-Exempt Low-Power Radio Apparatus in the TV Bands.
Ce dispositif fonctionne selon un régime de non‑brouillage et de non‑protection. Si l’utilisateur devait chercher à obtenir une certaine protection contre d’autres services radio fonctionnant dans les mêmes bandes de télévision, une licence radio serait requise. Pour en savoir plus, veuillez consulter la Circulaire des procédures concernant les clients CPC‑2‑1‑28, Délivrance de licences sur une base volontaire pour les appareils radio de faible puissance exempts de licence et exploités dans les bandes de télévision d’Innovation, Sciences et Développement économique Canada.
This radio transmitter [616A-ADX5D] has been approved by Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada to operate with the antenna types listed below, with the maximum permissible gain indicated. Antenna types not included in this list that have a gain greater than the maximum gain indicated for any type listed are strictly prohibited for use with this device.
Le présent émetteur radio [i616A-ADX5D] a été approuvé par Innovation, Sciences et Développement économique Canada pour fonctionner avec les types d'antenne énumérés ci‑dessous et ayant un gain admissible maximal. Les types d'antenne non inclus dans cette liste, et dont le gain est supérieur au gain maximal indiqué pour tout type figurant sur la liste, sont strictement interdits pour l'exploitation de l'émetteur.
CAN ICES-003 (B)/NMB-003(B)
This device contains licence-exempt transmitter(s)/receiver(s) that comply with Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada’s licence-exempt RSS(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
L’émetteur/récepteur exempt de licence contenu dans le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d’Innovation, Sciences et Développement économique Canada applicables aux appareils radio exempts de licence. L’exploitation est autorisée aux deux conditions suivantes :
This device operates under an ACMA class licence and must comply with all the conditions of that licence including operating frequencies. Before 31 December 2014, this device will comply if it is operated in the 520-820 MHz frequency band. WARNING: After 31 December 2014, in order to comply, this device must not be operated in the 694-820 MHz band.