The Shure UA845 is a UHF antenna distribution amplifier system designed to integrate with the Shure U4S, U4D or UC4 wireless microphone receivers. The UA845 receives incoming RF signal using dual antennas, then distributes the signal via 4 BNC type connections. The UA845 also compensates for insertion loss by amplifying the signal on output. Each UA845 allows up to four receivers to use the same antennas. CASCADE connectors allows connections to a fifth receiver or a second UA845. There are also power connectors for powering Shure UHF and UC Wireless systems directly from the UA845.
4 Output Distribution
The UA845 expands any Shure wireless microphone system using U4S, U4D or UC4 receivers. The UA845 receives incoming RF signal using dual antennas, then distributes the signal to up to 4 receivers.
An additional UA845 or fifth wireless receiver can be connected for added expandability.
Insertion Loss Compensation
To compensate for insertion loss, the distribution system amplifies RF signal on output.
Up to five U4 receivers can be daisy-chained and powered from a single source via the Power OUTPUT connectors.
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