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Quad-channel receiver without power and RF accessories included.
Dual and quad receiver options open the gateway to the full range of features, from high-performance RF and transparent digital audio to software control.
Axient® Digital makes everything perfectly clear.
Incorporating the most innovative wireless audio technology in the world, Axient Digital was engineered from the ground up for professional productions that demand flawless execution.
With an unprecedented level of signal stability and audio clarity, plus flexible hardware options, advanced connectivity, and comprehensive control, it’s a wireless system built to take on the challenges of today—and tomorrow.
One System. Powerful Possibilities.
Both AD series and ADX series transmitters are compatible with a shared Axient Digital receiver platform. This scalable wireless system includes a groundbreaking micro-bodypack and provides incomparable sound for a wide range of applications and settings.
Reliability Is In The Air.
With outstanding signal quality in even the most complex, crowded environments, Axient Digital ensures maximum stability, range, and clarity for uncompromising audio you can trust — anywhere, every time.
The Sound Of Quality.
Axient Digital defies limitations for both RF and audio quality. With industry-leading low latency, transparent frequency response, and wide dynamic range, Axient Digital lets nothing get in the way of true, pure sound. No matter the setting, you'll hear Shure audio quality you can count on.
See Through The Noise.
ShowLink® remote control, Shure Wireless Workbench® software, the ShurePlus™ Channels app, and networked battery monitoring provide unmatched control and insight for seamless performance.
Right Sized Receiver Options.
Dual and quad receiver options open the gateway to the full range of features, from high-performance RF and transparent digital audio to software control. With Quadversity™, the AD4Q can assign four antennas to a single channel for greater coverage and signal quality.
|Dimensions||44 mm × 483 mm × 333 mm (1.7 in. × 19.0 in. × 13.1 in.), H × W × D|
|Weight||4.8 kg (10.6 lbs), without antennas|
|Housing||Steel; Extruded aluminum|
|Power Requirements||100 to 240 V AC, 50–60 Hz; 0.68 A max|
|Thermal Dissipation||Maximum: 31 W (106 BTU/hr)
Idle: 21 W (72 BTU/hr)
|Gain Adjustment Range||–18 to +42 dB in 1 dB steps (plus Mute setting)|
|Configuration||1/4" (6.35 mm): Transformer-coupled Balanced (Tip=audio, Ring=no audio, Sleeve=ground)
XLR: Transformer-coupled Balanced (1=ground, 2=audio +, 3=audio -)
|Impedance||Typical, XLR Line out 100Ω|
|Full Scale Output
200 kΩ load
|1/4" (6.35 mm): +8 dBV
XLR: LINE setting= +18 dBV, MIC setting= –12 dBV
|Mic/Line Switch||30 dB pad|
|Phantom Power Protection||Yes|
|Network Interface||10/100 Mbps, 1 Gbps, Dante Digital Audio|
|Network Addressing Capability||DHCP or Manual IP address|
|Maximum Ethernet Cable Length||100 m (328 ft)|
Note: For connection of one additional receiver in the same band
|Insertion Loss||0 dB, typical|
|Spurious Rejection||>80 dB, typical|
|Bias Voltage||12–13.5 V DC, 150 mA maximum, per antenna, switchable on/off|
|RF Carrier Frequency Range||AD4Q=A: 470–636 MHz
AD4Q=B: 606–810 MHz
AD4Q=C: 750–960 MHz