In Depth RX Scanning

Clark Media is able to provide any number of wireless microphones whether it be the compact size of the Lectrosonics 411 systems or the rock solid performance the industry has come to expect from Shure. Clark has a number of capsule types and colors to choose from including Sennheiser, Countryman and TRAM and the size of the show is no concern with Clarks RF coordination services.

WFC

Wireless Frequency Coordination

Clark Media is proud to use Kaltman Creations Invisible Waves RF Command Center scanning hardware in conjunction with Invisible Waves RF-Intermod Pro intermodulation software and Shure Wireless Workbench 6. These tools allow for the coordination any make and model wireless devices at very large quantities, simultaneously. 

Lectro 411

Lectrosonics 411

Clark Media's Lectrosonics 411 system comes with everything needed to start capturing audio in no time. The UCR411a receiver even has a built in RF spectrum analyzer so finding an open frequency in its 25.6MHz range is a breeze. A standard TRAM TR50 and Countryman B6 are included in the system along with batteries and even a short XLR to interface with the field mixer. 

Shure UHF-R

Shure UHF-R

Shure UHF-R wireless is well known for its reliability and sonic performance. Our UHF-R systems come pre racked with 3 or 5 dual channel receivers and pre wired for network and antenna distribution as well as an XLR snake to interface with a mixing console or splitter. All systems are networked and can easily network with any number of other systems by simply connecting 1 Cat5e cable between them as all network ports are internally connected and brought to an I/O panel. A laptop running Wireless Workbench 6 can easily be attached to 1 or more system simultaneously by connecting it to the network I/O panel of any system. If speed matters, the pre networked systems can scan for open frequencies and program themselves.

Shure XLD

Shure ULX-D

The all digital ULX-D system combines quality and quantity. Our ULX-D system is pre racked with 2 quad channel receivers and pre wired for network and antenna distribution as well as an XLR snake to interface with a mixing console or splitter. The ULX-D systems boast a switchable AES-256 encryption, Dante interface, 17 active transmitters in a single 6MHz TV channel and in High Density Mode can have up to 47 active transmitters in a single 6MHz TV channel. All systems are networked and can easily network with any number of other systems by simply connecting 1 Cat5e cable between them as all network ports are internally connected and brought to an I/O panel. A laptop running Wireless Workbench 6 can easily be attached to 1 or more system simultaneously by connecting it to the network I/O panel of any system. If speed matters, the pre networked systems can scan for open frequencies and program themselves.