The Shure AD4D-NP is a robust 2-channel wireless receiver designed as a single-rack unit, specifically intended for integration into pre-existing systems without the need for additional accessories. As an integral component of the Axient Digital platform, it promises uncompromising signal stability and pristine, transparent audio, making it indispensable for high-stakes professional productions.
This receiver is optimized for high-stakes audio environments, such as televised live events, award ceremonies, theater productions, secure governmental venues, and sophisticated meeting or training setups.
The AD4D-NP boasts an expansive 166-MHz ultrawide bandwidth, spanning the complete UHF spectrum from 470 to 636 MHz. Users benefit from a swift 2ms latency, versatile XLR/AES3 + AES67/Dante outputs, and fortified 256-bit encryption. The innovative Dante Cue and Dante Browse functionalities allow for high-definition headphone monitoring from any associated Dante-enabled apparatus.
In its standard configuration, the Axient Digital system can manage over 120 concurrent channels. For even higher channel requirements, the HD mode supports up to 47 active transmitters for every 6 MHz TV channel bandwidth. It's versatile, being compatible with a range of transmitters such as AD1, ADX1, ADX1M, AD2, ADX2, and ADX2FD.
Dive Deeper into Axient Digital Capabilities:
Combat Interference: The Axient setup comprises multiple tools adept at sophisticated interference detection and counteraction. In the face of RF interference, the AD4D receiver swiftly sources a fresh, interference-free frequency from the separately available AXT600 Spectrum Manager. By leveraging the AD610 ShowLink Access Point (also sold separately), the AD4D receiver, along with the ADX transmitter, can perform a synchronized frequency alteration in mere milliseconds.
Remote ADX Transmitter Control: Even in situations where direct transmitter access is challenging, rapid remote adjustments to the ADX transmitter settings, such as RF output, gain, and mute, can be executed using ShowLink.
Frequency Diversity Enhancement: With Frequency Diversity mode, either two separate AD/ADX transmitters or a lone ADX2FD transmitter emit twin, identical signals across two distinct frequencies. This redundancy ensures that if one signal falters, the secondary signal seamlessly takes over, mitigating potential audio dropouts. This dual-frequency mode employs both channels of the receiver.
The Compact ADX1M Micro Bodypack Transmitter: The ADX1M stands out with its featherlight, ultra-compact design and in-built antenna, making it a breeze to wear and conceal on performers.