One of the most popular electronic products on the market today is the Shure ULX-A Digital Noise Cancelling Microphone. This product is a perfect choice for anyone looking for an easy and reliable way to record audio without all the hassles usually associated with using recording equipment. But, does the ULX-A actually do what it claims it can do?
ULX stands for "ungrounded" and it means that this microphone system features three powered levels: standard, extra-wide, and hollow-cancelled. The ULX-A digital receiver offers users great features, but one drawback is that these three levels don't connect to one another, resulting in a maximum of two hours of audio recording. When we looked at this drawback, we decided to look deeper into how the ULX system works. As you might guess from the name, the digital receiver inside the ULX-A acts like an amp. It boosts the incoming signal to boost its power and increase the volume. And, it does so in just a matter of seconds.
Once the signal is boosted, it sends it to the ULX's preamp section. What separates the ULX from most other digital wireless microphones is that it utilizes a specially designed transformer to increase its power output and improve its dynamic range. But, what makes the ULX stand out from its competitors is that it is also equipped with a true 12 bit audio converter. This eliminates the need for noise limiting, which greatly improves the audio quality of the final recording. Another improvement to the sound quality is found in the ULX's microphone circuitry.
An added benefit to the microphone's performance is that the circuitry inside the unit is able to handle long battery life, which allows for longer recording sessions. The user guide explains that this improved performance is due to its built-in rechargeable lithium polymer (AA batteries). This means that users do not have to worry about changing the batteries too often, as the lifespan is extended by almost fifty percent when used in continuous usage. Another benefit to the ULX is that it is very easy to operate. Even beginners are able to operate and use the handheld transmitters. This is because the transmitter is very user friendly and simple to use.
Like all other wireless microphones, the ULX also has a specific application. In this case, its application is in home and radio industry applications. The transmitter functions identically to any other wireless microphone. In addition to its basic function of transmitting audio, it can also handle voice. The receiver on the other hand is equipped with volume and tone controls.
In the recent months, users have rated the microphone transmitter as the most reliable of all its counterparts. For one thing, it is capable of handling even long distance calls. Furthermore, it also has an impressive frequency range. To top it all off, it is equipped with a uhf feature which allows users to preview incoming phone calls via their computer. Users have reported that the quality of the sound and clarity of the transmission are excellent.
For users who use ULX to broadcast live events, the uhf capability allows them to preview the incoming transmission. It works like a live event previewing software. This feature allows the audience to see the person speaking or the live video feed in real-time. With this feature, people will be able to adjust their sound levels to better suit the environment. It also allows the audience to change their headsets as and when needed.
The bodypack transmitter offers a number of advantages to users. First and foremost, it is a completely portable wireless system. In addition, it supports both room communication and walkie talkie systems. It is also equipped with a compact bodypack which is perfect for users who need a compact option. The bodypack transmitter can easily be integrated with existing systems and can provide users with a complete solution for any application.