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ANI4OUTAudio Network InterfaceComprehensive guide for the ANI4OUT includes system diagrams, specifications, installation/hardware instructions, TPCI commands, andmore.Version: 3.1 (2022-B)

Shure IncorporatedTable of ContentsANI4OUT Audio Network Interface3Overview3Custom Presets15Event Log15Levels and Metering16General Description3Adjusting Input levels16Model Variations3Adjusting Output Levels16Pre- and Post-Fader Metering16Hardware and InstallationHardwarePower Over Ethernet (PoE)33Using Command Strings165Networking and Dante17Installation and Rack Mounting5Digital Audio NetworkingReset8Switch and Cable Recommendations for Dante Network ing17Signal Flow and Connections8Connections and Signal Flow8Setting up the Audio Network9Summing11Encryption11Compatibility with Dante Domain Manager17QoS (Quality of Service) Settings18Dante Transmit Flows18Packet Bridge19Important Product InformationSoftware Installation, Management, and Security11Software Installation and Device Discovery11Accessing the Web Application12Accessing the Web Application without the Discovery App12Firmware Updates12Parametric Equalizer1317Information to the userSpecificationsIP Ports and ProtocolsAccessories1919202223Furnished Accessories23Optional Accessories and Replacement Parts232/23

Shure IncorporatedANI4OUTAudio Network InterfaceOverviewGeneral DescriptionThe Shure Audio Network Interface converts 4 channels of Dante digital audio into discrete analog signals. Connect to a pro cessing device with analog connections (audio processors, video codecs, and loudspeaker systems, for example) to fully inte grate networked audio and analog equipment in a single system. Available in XLR and block connector versions, each box us es a single network cable to receive audio and power through Power over Ethernet (PoE).Model VariationsANI4OUT-XLR: Four XLR outputs (balanced audio)ANI4OUT-BLOCK: Four 3-pin block connector outputs (balanced audio)Hardware and InstallationHardwareBlock Connector Model3/23

Shure IncorporatedFront PanelXLR ModelRear Panel① Output Level Indicators (Signal/Clip)Tri-color LEDs indicate the audio signal level for each channel. Adjust levels in the web application to avoid clipping.LED StateAudio Signal LevelOffless than -60 dBFSGreen-59 dBFS to -24 dBFSYellow-23 dBFS to -1 dBFSRed0 dBFS or more② Audio Outputs4/23

Shure IncorporatedAnalog balanced audio outputs connect to an analog device. Set the output level in the web application to match the input sen sitivity of the analog device.XLR pin assignments:1Shield2 3Block connector pin assignments: See front panel labels③ Chassis Ground ScrewProvides an optional connection for microphone shield wire to chassis groundNote: only applies to block connector version④ LED IndicatorsPower: Power over Ethernet (PoE) presentNote: Note: Use a PoE injector if your network switch does not supply PoE.Network: Network connection activeNetwork Audio: Dante audio present on the networkNote: Error details are available in the event log in the web application.Encryption: Not currently supportedLED StatusActivityOffNo active signalGreenDevice is operating successfullyRedError has occurred. See event log for details.⑤ Dante Network PortConnects to a network switch to receive Dante audio, Power over Ethernet (PoE), and data from the control software.⑥ Reset ButtonResets the device settings back to the factory defaultPower Over Ethernet (PoE)This device requires PoE to operate. It is compatible with both Class 0 and Class 3 PoE sources.Power over Ethernet is delivered in one of the following ways: A network switch that provides PoE A PoE injector deviceInstallation and Rack MountingTwo mounting solutions are available for installing the Audio Network Interface:5/23

Shure IncorporatedCRT1 19" Rack Tray (optional accessory): Supports up to 3 devices; mountable in a rack or under a tableSingle-unit Mounting Tray (included accessory): Supports a single device for mounting under a tableSecuring the DevicesUse the included screws from the mounting hardware kit to secure the Audio Network Interfaces. Audio Network Interfaces canbe mounted to face either direction. Insert the screws from the bottom in the appropriate holes, according to the following dia grams:Align the holes as shown for securing a single device in the single-unit mounting trayAlign the holes as shown for securing up to 3 devices in the 19" rack tray.Rack Ear ConfigurationA combination of up to 3 Audio Network Interfaces can be mounted in a single 19-inch rack space. The adjustable rack earssupport mounting in a standard equipment rack or underneath a table.Standard 19" Rack Mount1. Align the ears with the mounting holes pointed forward.2. Install the 3 screws that hold the ear to the tray as shown.6/23

Shure IncorporatedUnder-Table Mounting1. Align the ears with the mounting holes pointed upward.2. Install the 3 screws that hold the ear to the tray as shown.Installing Underneath a Table1. Hold the tray in the desired location under a table.2. Use a pencil to mark the location of the mounting holes on the table.3. Drill 4 holes for the screws. The diameter of the holes in the tray are 7.1 mm.7/23

Shure Incorporated4. Install the components into the tray.5. Install with 4 screws to secure the tray underneath the table.ResetThe reset button is located inside a small hole in the rear panel. Use a paperclip or other small tool to press the button.There are two hardware reset functions:Network reset (press button for 4-8 seconds)Resets all Shure control and audio network IP settings to factory defaultsFull factory reset (press button for longer than 8 seconds)Restores all network and Designer settings to the factory defaults.Software Reset OptionsTo simply revert settings without a complete hardware reset, use one of the following options:Reboot Device:Power-cycles the device as if it were unplugged from the network. All settings are retained when the device isrebooted.Default Settings: To revert audio settings back to the factory configuration (excluding Device Name, IP Settings, and Pass words), select Load Preset and choose the default settings preset.Signal Flow and ConnectionsConnections and Signal Flow8/23

Shure IncorporatedInput: Dante Digital AudioA single network cable delivers 4 channels of audio and Power over Ethernet (PoE). Use Dante Controller to route audio chan nels from the network to the network interface.Output: Analog (4 XLR or Block Connectors)Each output sends a discrete audio channel to connect to an analog device.Setting up the Audio NetworkShure networked conferencing systems are comprised of Microflex Advance microphones and network interfaces, which oper ate entirely on a Dante network. Additional hardware, including network switches, computers, loudspeakers, and audio proces sors are described in the hardware component index.Shure components shown in this diagram:Microflex Advance MicrophonesThe MXA910 and MXA310 are equipped with Dante outputs, and connect directly to a network switch.Audio Network InterfacesThe interfaces are used to connect analog devices such as loudspeakers and analog microphones to the network.ANI4IN: Converts 4 analog signals (separate XLR and block connector models available) into Dante digital audio signals.ANI4OUT: Converts 4 channels of Dante audio from the network into analog signals.This diagram shows the entire signal path through a networked conference system. Signals from the near end and farend are exchanged through an audio processor connected to a phone system, or through a computer connected tothe internet. Analog microphones connect to the network through the Shure ANI4IN, while loudspeakers connectthrough the Shure ANI4OUT.9/23

Shure IncorporatedThis diagram shows Microflex Advance components in context, with two rooms communicating through video codecs.Controlling Hardware and Audio Over the NetworkAudio and hardware settings are managed through a computer connected to the same network.Shure Hardware and AudioEach Microflex Advance component has a web application which provides mixing and configuration tools to optimize soundquality.Expanded Control for Analog DevicesAnalog devices that are connected to the network through a Shure network interface (ANI4IN/ANI4OUT) benefit from additionalremote control: Volume levels, equalization, and signal routing are managed through the web application. For example, adjust ing loudspeaker volume or muting a wired microphone, which would normally be done from the hardware, can now be con trolled remotely over the network.Dante Signal RoutingYou can manage signal routing with Dante Controller or Shure Designer software.10/23

Shure IncorporatedSummingThe Audio Network Interface provides channel summing to combine Dante signals from the network, and send them over a sin gle analog output. This makes it possible to send all channels to a device with a limited amount of analog input channels. Mixerfunctionality does not change; audio channels are simply sent as one combined signal.Note: When summing is enabled, a limiter is activated to prevent signal overloading. The limiter never applies to the direct outputs, and only affects thesummed signal.To enable, select one of the summing options in the toolbar at the top of the mixer in the channels tab.EncryptionAudio is encrypted with the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES-256), as specified by the US Government National Institute ofStandards and Technology (NIST) publication FIPS-197. Shure devices that support encryption require a passphrase to makea connection. Encryption is not supported with third-party devices.To activate encryption:1. Open the Settings menu and select the General tab.2. Select Enable Encryption.3. Enter a passphrase. All devices must use the same passphrase to establish an encrypted connection.Important: For encryption to work, all Shure devices on your network must use encryption.If you’re using Shure Designer software to configure your system, please check the Designer help section for more about this topic.Software Installation, Management, and SecuritySoftware Installation and Device DiscoveryThe Shure Web Device Discovery application is used to access the web application for a Shure device. The web applicationopens in a web browser to provide comprehensive device management. Any computer networked to the device can access theGUI with this application.Compatible Browsers: Chrome Safari Firefox11/23

Shure Incorporated Internet Explorer1. Install the Shure device discovery application, available at www.shure.com2. Double-click the component to open the interface.Accessing the Web ApplicationThe Shure Web Server Discovery application finds all Shure devices on the network that feature a web-based GUI. Followthese steps to install the software and access the web application:① Install the Shure Discovery applicationDownload and install the Shure Discovery application from www.shure.com. This automatically installs the required Bonjourdevice discovery tool on the computer.② Connect the networkEnsure the computer and the hardware are on the same network.③ Launch the Discovery applicationThe app displays all Shure devices that feature a GUI.④ Identify the hardwareDouble-click on a device to open its GUI in a web browser.⑤ Bookmark the device's web application (recommended)Bookmark the device's DNS name to access the GUI without the Shure Discovery app.Accessing the Web Application without the Discovery AppIf the Discovery application is not installed, the web application can be accessed by typing the DNS name into an internetbrowser. The DNS name is derived from model of the unit, in combination with the last three bytes (six digits) of the MAC ad dress, and ending in .local.Format Example: If the MAC address of a unit is 00:0E:DD:AA:BB:CC, then the link is written as follows:ANI4IN: http://ANI4IN-aabbcc.localANI4OUT: http://ANI4OUT-aabbcc.localFirmware UpdatesFirmware is embedded software in each component that controls functionality. Periodically, new versions of firmware are devel oped to incorporate additional features and enhancements. To take advantage of design improvements, new versions of thefirmware can be uploaded and installed using the Shure Update Utility. Software is available for download from http://www.shure.com.Important: When components are connected through the Shure MXW Audio Network Interface, their firmware must be updat ed on one device at a time prior to updating the MXW Audio Network Interface firmware. Attempting to update all devices atonce will cause the interface to reboot after its firmware is updated, and the connection to other networked components will belost.Perform the following steps to update the firmware:CAUTION! Ensure the device has a stable network connection during the update. Do not turn off the device until the update is complete.1. Connect the device and computer to the same network (set to the same subnet).12/23

Shure Incorporated2.3.4.5.6.Download Shure Update Utility app and install it.Open the application.Click Check For Updates. button to view new firmware versions available for download.Select the desired firmware and press Downloadto download it to the Firmware Library.From the Update Devices tab, select the new firmware and press Send Updates. to begin the firmware update, whichoverwrites the existing firmware on the device.Note: After updating, you may need to clear your browser's cache to display updates to the device's web application.Firmware Release RequirementsAll devices comprise a network with multiple communications protocols that work together to ensure proper operation. The rec ommended best practice is that all devices are on an identical release. To view the firmware version of each device on the net work, open the component user interface, and look under Settings About.The format for Shure device’s firmware is MAJOR.MINOR.PATCH. (Ex. 1.6.2 where 1 is the Major firmware level, 6 is the Mi nor firmware level, and 2 is the Patch firmware level.) At minimum, devices that operate on the same subnet should have iden tical MAJOR and MINOR release numbers. Devices of different MAJOR releases are not compatible. Differences in the PATCH firmware release level may introduce undesired inconsistencies.Parametric EqualizerMaximize audio quality by adjusting the frequency response with the parametric equalizer.Common equalizer applications: Improve speech clarityReduce noise from HVAC systems or video projectorsReduce room irregularitiesAdjust frequency response for reinforcement systemsSetting Filter ParametersAdjust filter settings by manipulating the icons in the frequency response graph, or by entering numeric values. Disable a filterusing the check-box next to the filter.Filter TypeOnly the first and last band have selectable filter types.Parametric: Attenuates or boosts the signal within a customizable frequency rangeLow Cut: Rolls off the audio signal below the selected frequencyLow Shelf: Attenuates or boosts the audio signal below the selected frequencyHigh Cut: Rolls off the audio signal above the selected frequencyHigh Shelf: Attenuates or boosts the audio signal above the selected frequencyFrequencySelect the center frequency of the filter to cut/boostGainAdjusts the level for a specific filter ( /- 30 dB)Q WidthAdjusts the range of frequencies affected by the filter. As this value increases, the bandwidthbecomes thinner.13/23

Shure IncorporatedEqualizer ApplicationsConferencing room acoustics vary based on room size, shape, and construction materials. Use the guidelines in following ta ble.EQ ApplicationSuggested SettingsTreble boost for improved speech intelligibilityAdd a high shelf filter to boost frequencies greater than 1kHz by 3-6 dBHVAC noise reductionAdd a low cut filter to attenuate frequencies below 200 HzIdentify the specific frequency range that "excites" the room:Reduce flutter echoes and sibilance1. Set a narrow Q value2. Increase the gain to between 10 and 15 dB, andthen experiment with frequencies between 1 kHz and6 kHz to pinpoint the range of flutter echoes or sibi lance3. Reduce the gain at the identified frequency (start be tween -3 and -6 dB) to minimize the unwanted roomsoundIdentify the specific frequency range that "excites" the room:Reduce hollow, resonant room sound1. Set a narrow Q value14/23

Shure IncorporatedEQ ApplicationSuggested Settings2. Increase the gain to between 10 and 15 dB, andthen experiment with frequencies between 300 Hzand 900 Hz to pinpoint the resonant frequency3. Reduce the gain at the identified frequency (start be tween -3 and -6 dB) to minimize the unwanted roomsoundCustom PresetsUse presets to quickly save and recall settings. Up to 10 presets can be stored on each device to match various seatingarrangements. A preset saves all device settings except for the Device Name, IP Settings, and Passwords. Importing and ex porting presets into new installations saves time and improves workflow. When a preset is selected, the name displays abovethe preset menu. If changes are made, an asterisk appears next to the name.Note: Use the default settings preset to revert to the factory configuration (excludes Device Name, IP Settings, and Passwords).Open the presets menu to reveal preset options:save as preset:Saves settings to the deviceload preset:Opens a configuration from the deviceimport from file:Downloads a preset file from a computer onto the device. Files may be selected through thebrowser or dragged into the import window.export to file:Saves a preset file from the device onto a computerEvent LogThe event log provides a detailed account of activity from the moment the device is powered on. The log collects up to 1,000activity entries and time-stamps them relative to the last power cycle. The entries are stored in the internal memory, and arenot cleared when the device is power-cycled. The Export feature creates a CSV (comma separated values) document to saveand sort the log data.Refer to the log file for details when troubleshooting or consulting with Shure Systems Support.To view the event log:1. Open the Help menu2. Select View Event LogSeverity LevelInformationAn action or event has been successfully completedWarningAn action cannot be complete, but overall functionality is stableErrorA problem has occurred that could inhibit functionality.15/23

Shure IncorporatedLog DetailsDescriptionProvides details on events and errors, including IP address and subnet mask.Time StampPower cycles:days:hours:minutes:seconds since most recent boot-up.Event IDIndicates event type for internal reference.Tip: Use the filter to narrow down results. Select a category heading to sort the log.Levels and MeteringAdjusting Input levels1. Check the source level before it reaches the Network Interface: Verify that the networked microphones or other Dante sources are operating at nominal output levels. Levels for Microflex Advance microphones are adjustable through their web application.2. Adjust the digital gain in the Network Interface web application: Use the faders or manually enter a gain value. The digital gain adjusts the level of the signal before it reaches the analog circuitry. Set these levels as high as possible without reaching the peak level (0 dB) on the meter.Adjusting Output LevelsAccess the analog output levels through the web application, by selecting an output level from the Analog Gain (dB) pull-downmenu. Match the output level from the Network Interface to the input sensitivity on the analog device: Line level (0 dB) Aux level (-20 dB) Microphone level (-46 dB)LED Signal and Clipping IndicatorsEach analog output channel has a corresponding LED:Green: Audio signal presentRed: Audio signal is clipping and should be attenuated.Note: the meters in the web application are not affected by the Analog Gain (dB) setting.Pre- and Post-Fader MeteringThere are two modes for monitoring so that both the input and output signals can be monitored separately.When set to pre-fader, the meter displays the signal level from the source on the Dante network. If signals are too low or clip ping, adjust them at the source.When set to post-fader, the meter is affected by the digital gain. It is not affected by the output analog gain setting.16/23

Shure IncorporatedUsing Command StringsThis device receives logic commands over the network. Many parameters controlled through Designer can be controlled usinga third-party control system, using the appropriate command string.Common applications: MuteLED color and behaviorLoading presetsAdjusting levelsA complete list of command strings is available ng and DanteDigital Audio NetworkingDante digital audio is carried over standard Ethernet and operates using standard internet protocols. Dante provides low laten cy, tight clock synchronization, and high Quality of Service (QoS) to provide reliable audio transport to a variety of Dante de vices. Dante audio can coexist safely on the same network as IT and control data, or can be configured to use a dedicated net work.Switch and Cable Recommendations for Dante NetworkingSwitches and cables determine how well your audio network performs. Use high quality switches and cables to make your au dio network more reliable.Network switches should have: Gigabit ports. 10/100 switches may work on small networks, but gigabit switches perform better.Power over Ethernet (PoE) or PoE ports for any devices that require powerManagement features to provide information about port speed, error counters, and bandwidth usedAbility to switch off Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE). EEE (also known as "Green Ethernet") may cause audio dropouts andproblems with clock synchronization. Diffserv (DSCP) Quality of Service (QoS) with strict priority and 4 queuesEthernet cables should be: Cat5e or better ShieldedCompatibility with Dante Domain ManagerThis device is compatible with Dante Domain Manager software (DDM). DDM is network management software with user au thentication, role-based security, and auditing features for Dante networks and Dante-enabled products.Considerations for Shure devices controlled by DDM: When you add Shure devices to a Dante domain, set the local controller access to Read Write. Otherwise, you won't beable to access to Dante settings, perform a factory reset, or update device firmware.17/23

Shure Incorporated If the device and DDM can't communicate over the network for any reason, you won't be able to control Dante settings,perform a factory reset, or update device firmware. When the connection is reestablished, the device follows the policy setfor it in the Dante domain. If Dante device lock is on, DDM is offline, or the configuration of the device is set to Prevent, some device settings are dis abled. These include: Dante encryption, MXW association, AD4 Dante browse and Dante cue, and SCM820 linking.See Dante Domain Manager's documentation for more information.QoS (Quality of Service) SettingsQoS settings assign priorities to specific data packets on the network, ensuring reliable audio delivery on larger networks withheavy traffic. This feature is available on most managed network switches. Although not required, assigning QoS settings isrecommended.Note: Coordinate changes with the network administrator to avoid disrupting service. To assign QoS values, open the switch interface and use the following table to assign Dante -associated queue values. Assign the highest possible value (shown as 4 in this example) for time-critical PTP events Use descending priority values for each remaining packet.Dante QoS Priority ValuesPriorityUsageDSCP LabelHexDecimalBinaryHigh (4)Time-critical PTPeventsCS70x3856111000Medium (3)Audio, PTPEF0x2E46101110Low (2)(reserved)CS10x088001000None (1)Other trafficBestEffort0x000000000Note: Switch management may vary by manufacturer and switch type. Consult the manufacturer's product guide for specific configuration details.For more information on Dante requirements and networking, visit www.audinate.com.Networking TerminologyPTP (Precision Time Protocol): Used to synchronize clocks on the networkDSCP (Differentiated Services Code Point): Standardized identification method for data used in layer 3 QoS prioritizationDante Transmit FlowsThis device supports up to two transmit flows and two receive flows. A single flow consists of up to four channels, througheither a unicast or multicast transmission. A unicast flow is a point-to-point connection between two devices, supporting up to four channels per flow. A multicast flow is a one-to-many transmission, which supports sending up to four channels to multiple receiving devicesacross the network.Shure Device ApplicationsThis device can connect with up to two Dante devices.The Shure MXA310, ANI22, ANIUSB-MATRIX and ANI4IN support multicast transmission. This means that flows can transmitto multiple devices -- as many as the network can support. If using unicast flows, each of these devices can connect with up totwo Dante receiver devices.18/23

Shure IncorporatedThe Shure ANI4OUT connects with up to two Dante transmitter devices.Packet BridgePacket bridge enables an external controller to obtain IP information from the control interface of a Shure device. To access thepacket bridge, an external controller must send a query packet over unicast UDP* to port 2203 on the Dante interface of theShure device.1. Send a UDP packet with a minimum 1-byte payload .Note: The maximum accepted payload 140 bytes. Any content is allowed.2. The Shure device will send a response packet over unicast UDP to the controller, using a destination UDP port identicalto the source port of the query packet. The payload of the response packet follows this format:BytesContent0-3IP address, as 32-bit unsigned integer in network order4-7Subnet mask, as 32 bit unsigned integer in network or der8-13MAC address, as array of 6 bytesNote: The Shure device should respond in less than one second on a typical network. If there is no response, try sending the query again after verify ing the destination IP address and port number.*UDP: User Datagram ProtocolImportant Product InformationThe equipment is intended to be used in professional audio applications.Note: This device is not intended to be connected directly to a public internet network.EMC conformance to Environment E2: Commercial and Light Industrial. Testing is based on the use of supplied and recommended cable types. The use ofother than shielded (screened) cable types may degrade EMC performance.Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Shure Incorporated could void your authority to operate this equipment.Industry Canada ICES-003 Compliance Label: CAN ICES-3 (B)/NMB-3(B)Authorized under the verification provision of FCC Part 15B.Please follow your regional recycling scheme for batteries, packaging, and electronic waste.Information to the userThis device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:1. This device may not cause harmful interference.2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 ofthe FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installa tion. This equipment generates uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance withthe instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference willnot occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which19/23

Shure Incorporatedcan be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or moreof the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.The CE Declaration of Conformity can be obtained from: www.shure.com/europe/complianceAuthorized European representative:Shure Europe GmbHGlobal ComplianceJakob-Dieffenbacher-Str. 1275031 Eppingen, GermanyPhone: 49-7262-92 49 0Email: [email protected] product meets the Essential Requirements of all relevant European directives and is eligible for CE marking.The CE Declaration of Conformity can be obtained from Shure Incorporated or any of its European representatives. For contactinformation please visit www.shure.comSpecificationsGeneralInput(1) RJ45OutputsANI4OUT-XLR(4) XLR connectorANI4OUT-BLOCK(4) 3-pin block connectorConfigurationImpedance BalancedPolarityNon-inverting, any input to any outputPower RequirementsPower over Ethernet (PoE), Class 0Power Consumption10W, maximumWeight663 g (1.5 lbs)20/23

Shure IncorporatedDimensionsHxWxD4 x 14 x 12.8 cm ( 1.6 x 5.5 x 5.0 in.)control applicationHTML5 Browser-basedOperating Temperature Range 6.7 C (20 F) to 40 C (104 F)Storage Temperature Range 29 C ( 20 F) to 74 C (165 F)AudioFrequency Response20 to 20,000 HzInput (Dante Digital Audio)Channel Count4Sampling Rate48 kHzBit Depth24LatencyDoes not include Dante latency0.71 msDynamic Range (Dante-to-Analog)20 Hz to 20 kHz, A-weighted, typical117 dBTotal Harmonic [email protected] 1 kHz, -20 dBFSOutput, 0 dBanalog gain 0.05%OutputClipping LevelLine 20 dBVAux 0 dBVMic 26 dBVAnalog Output LevelLine0 dBAux 20 dBSelectable21/23

Shure IncorporatedMic 46 dBOutput Impedance150 ΩBuilt-inDigital Signal ProcessingPer ChannelEqualizer (4 band Parametric) , Mute, Invert Po

Install the Shure device discovery application, available at www.shure.com Double-click the component to open the interface. Accessing the Web Application The Shure Web Server Discovery application finds all Shure devices on the network that feature a web-based GUI. Follow these step