The Shure AD4Q-NP stands as a 4-channel wireless receiver, robustly constructed into a single-rack unit. While it comes without ancillaries, it's designed for seamless integration into pre-existing systems. A cornerstone of the Axient Digital portfolio, this receiver ensures utmost signal stability and delivers crystal-clear sound, meeting the exacting standards of top-tier professional events.
Its design and features cater to high-stakes audio scenarios, from live broadcasts and award ceremonies to corporate occasions, theatrical events on Broadway, fortified governmental setups, and cutting-edge training rooms.
Operating within a broad 166-MHz bandwidth, the AD4Q-NP captures the full UHF spectrum from 470 to 636 MHz. Its Quadversity mode provides versatility, enabling the positioning of two antenna pairs across different zones or even the doubling of antennas within a single zone. Additionally, the Dante Cue and Dante Browse functionalities cater to superior headphone monitoring experiences, linking seamlessly with any Dante-compatible device.
Among its other notable attributes are its swift 2ms latency, diverse XLR/AES3 + AES67/Dante output options, fortified 256-bit encryption, and the HD mode that accommodates up to 47 transmitters within each 6 MHz TV channel bandwidth. With the capacity to support over 120 channels concurrently, the AD4Q-NP is versatile, being compatible with a range of transmitters, including AD1, ADX1, ADX1M, AD2, ADX2, and ADX2FD.