NILES, ILL.—Much like Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi is on its island campus in the Texas Gulf Coast, the university’s Warren Theatre’s audio system is cutting ties by going with Shure’s ULX-D Digital Wireless handhelds and body transmitters.
Replacing an audio system that features outdated microphones and sound equipment, the ULX-D4Q Quad Channel Digital Wireless Receivers were integrated into the Warren Theatre. The new system provided audio and RF meters, gain control and XLR outputs for flexible signal routing. The unit can also share RF signal and be networked together for simplified frequency coordination and deployment.
The Warren Theatre also acquired the Shure Wireless Workbench. With the workbench and the ULX-D system, the theatre staff is able to manage and monitor RF and equipment battery life.
The Shure system was selected and installed by Philip Johnson, the school’s lighting designer/technical director and professor of theatre.