For gathering and reporting the news, capturing audio for film and television, or making sure reporters have each and every comment for a sideline interview — all with exceptional audio quality and RF performance, Shure says its AD3 plug-on wireless transmitter fits the bill.
The latest addition to the Axient Digital Wireless Microphone System, the AD3 transforms any XLR microphone into a digital wireless microphone. It offers wide-tuning, encryption features high-performance radio, and spectral efficiency, making it ideal for various types of broadcast reporting.
Additionally, according to Shure, the AD3 was designed to provide portability and connectivity, all while still offering the reliability and professional performance that are synonymous with the company brand. Out-of-the-box, the AD3 includes a patent-pending locking mechanism with an XLR connector design, a user-friendly control menu, OLED display that is easy to read in poor lighting conditions, and a sweat, moisture, and debris resistant build. The transmitter also includes a pouch, belt clip, USB-C cable, and supports both conventional AA and Shure SB900A rechargeable battery options.
Shure says, “The plug-on transmitter enables field reporters, audio professionals, and on-set sound engineers’ access to a rock-solid portable audio solution that perfectly complements the power of Axient Digital.”