Shure Wireless Workbench 6 & ShurePlus Channels Now Available With SLX-D Digital Wireless System

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Shure has announced that Wireless Workbench 6 software and the ShurePlus Channels IOS app are now compatible with the company’s SLX-D digital wireless microphone system, with SLX-D users able to take advantage of the free software networking capabilities.

Wireless Workbench 6 provides frequency coordination and management for networked wireless devices, allowing users to discover and automatically connect to all Shure devices on the network for remote monitoring and control. Users can scan the spectrum, identify open frequencies, and deploy to networked systems.

The ShurePlus Channels App (iOS) has remote control, mobile access and real-time management. It supplies control that helps users monitor events and make real-time changes using a mobile device. Also, users can remotely diagnose and adjust critical channel information.

Go here for more specifics on the SLX-D digital wireless system.


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