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Author Topic: Shure Axient vs ULXD  (Read 2375 times)

brian maddox

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Re: Shure Axient vs ULXD
« Reply #10 on: January 30, 2020, 08:58:22 pm »

Correct. You have to use Samson wireless.

Okay, Henry wins the internet or the RF bandwidth or something 'cause that's funny....
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Re: Shure Axient vs ULXD
« Reply #11 on: January 30, 2020, 09:16:46 pm »

Correct. You have to use Samson wireless.

Well, at least you're not heartless; I was expecting you to banish us to 2.4 GHz...

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Re: Shure Axient vs ULXD
« Reply #12 on: January 31, 2020, 02:28:21 am »

Thanks for the details on performance as it confirms our clients success with both systems.
In our church fixed installs the less sophisticated ULXD has yet to reveal any shortcomings while our event and touring clients often comment on how the AD has impressive range and performance in difficult situations.
We have yet to deliver any of the bi-directional systems
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Re: Shure Axient vs ULXD
« Reply #13 on: January 31, 2020, 09:55:00 am »

So, if i've still got all [most] of my hair does that mean i can't have as many channels of RF?

The output might be a bit fuzzy.
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Re: Shure Axient vs ULXD
« Reply #14 on: February 01, 2020, 01:46:42 pm »

So, if i've still got all [most] of my hair does that mean i can't have as many channels of RF?

RF Spectrum compression requires green hair.... for infinite RF channels...
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Re: Shure Axient vs ULXD
« Reply #15 on: February 01, 2020, 04:24:39 pm »

RF Spectrum compression requires green hair.... for infinite RF channels...

I feel like you omitted this nugget of truth in your recent podcast appearance.  :) 

[heading to CVS for hair dye...]
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Re: Shure Axient vs ULXD
« Reply #16 on: February 02, 2020, 03:31:29 am »

If our church got the budget, I would really like to splurge on the Axient ADX system. It will probably saves a lot of time training new sound engineer how to scan automatically than use Workbench plus some TV Tunner to find non-interfering frequency especially on not so clean wireless spectrum here. I can also imagine doing remote troubleshooting easier with the Spectrum Manager especially when I'm not around. In the end we got only 1 QLX-D and still a big jump to our old SLX system, so sound quality wise ULXD will be good I think.
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Re: Shure Axient vs ULXD
« Reply #17 on: February 02, 2020, 08:53:18 am »

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Re: Shure Axient vs ULXD
« Reply #18 on: February 02, 2020, 09:17:40 pm »

Surprised you got 41 posts in without being banned
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Re: Shure Axient vs ULXD
« Reply #19 on: February 03, 2020, 07:41:13 am »

If our church got the budget, I would really like to splurge on the Axient ADX system. It will probably saves a lot of time training new sound engineer how to scan automatically than use Workbench plus some TV Tunner to find non-interfering frequency especially on not so clean wireless spectrum here. I can also imagine doing remote troubleshooting easier with the Spectrum Manager especially when I'm not around. In the end we got only 1 QLX-D and still a big jump to our old SLX system, so sound quality wise ULXD will be good I think.
Hi Andrien-

I'm confused.  Why would your church techs need to change frequencies?  "Portable" church that never uses the same venue again?  That travels 50-100 miles?

I agree that QLX-D is a big audio and RF step up from SLX.  We over-hire Axient when we run out of our Sennheisers and I prefer the Axient until we get into the Senny 3000-5000 series when, from an audio standpoint, they are roughly equals AND the Axient is less money.
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