Shure MXWANI4 4-CH NETWORK INTERFACE

Vendor: Shure
Shure MXWANI4 4-CH NETWORK INTERFACE The Shure’s MXWANI4 4-Channel Audio Network Interface is specially designed to connect and distribute Shure's Microflex wireless system to conference room AV systems. The MXWANI4 is Dante network compatible and...
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Shure MXWANI4 4-CH NETWORK INTERFACE

The Shure’s MXWANI4 4-Channel Audio Network Interface is specially designed to connect and distribute Shure's Microflex wireless system to conference room AV systems. The MXWANI4 is Dante network compatible and is featuring 4 analog outputs as well as a 4-port gigabit Ethernet switch. The MXWANI4 by Shure can also be controlled either through its front panel or through a networked Mac or PC running the Microflex Wireless Control software.

The unit can provide power over Ethernet (PoE) through its first port, permitting you to power such components as the Microflex MXWAPT transceiver. You are also allowed to monitor your audio through the front-panel 1/4" headphone output.

  • Four-port gigabit switch: Optimized port configurations for connection to the Access Point Transceiver and Networked Charging Stations, third party control systems, and corporate networks
  • Ethernet connectivity: Send audio and control signals over long cable runs of up to 300 feet or anywhere over a corporate network
  • Power over Ethernet: Port 1 of the rear panel switch supplies power over Ethernet to the Access Point Transceiver for simplified installation
  • Corporate uplink mode: Link to the corporate network for remote control of system settings while keeping audio off the network for security and to reduce bandwidth
  • Front panel controls: Mute or solo channels and set input/output levels easily from the front panel
  • PC/Mac software control: Access the Microflex Wireless Control Software from a networked computer for input/output levels and port configuration
  • Dante networking: Transports low latency digital audio received from wireless microphones over Ethernet to any other Dante-equipped device
  • Headphone output: Solo audio signal on any channel

Shure MXWANI4

Audio

  • Frequency Response:  20 Hz to 20 kHz
  • Dynamic Range: Analog-to-Dante: 113 dB (20 Hz to 29 kHz, A-weighted, typical) 
    Dante-to-Analog: 110 dB (20 Hz to 29 kHz, A-weighted, typical)
  • Output Noise: Line: −84.5 dBV (20 Hz to 29 kHz, A-weighted, typical) 
    Aux: −95.2 dBV (20 Hz to 29 kHz, A-weighted, typical) 
    Mic: −106.5 dBV (20 Hz to 29 kHz, A-weighted, typical)
  • THD + N: < 0.05% (20 Hz to 20 kHz@ +4dBu analog input, -10 dBFS digital input)
  • Polarity: Non-inverting, any input to any output

Inputs

  • Configuration: Active balanced  
  • Impedance: 10.6 kΩ
  • Clipping Level: Line: 23.8 dBV (minimum) 
    Aux: 10.8 dBV (minimum)

Outputs

  • Configuration: Active balanced  
  • Impedance: 310 Ω
  • Clipping Level: Line: 26.2 dBV 
    Aux: 16.2 dBV 
    Mic: −3.8 dBV
  • Headphone Output:  1/4" (6.3 mm) TRS, 100 mW, 350 Ω, dual mono (will drive stereo phones)

DSP

  • AD/DA Conversion: 24-bit, 48 kHz
  • Latency: Analog-to-Dante: 0.21 ms (Estimated Nominal, ±0.1 ms) 
    Dante-to-Analog: 0.24 ms + TN (Estimated Nominal, ±0.1 ms) 
    TN = Network latency in milliseconds, as set in Dante Controller 

    Note: Dante network latency is typically associated with the receiving device

Networking

  • Network Interface: Four-Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch, Dante digital audio
  • Uplinks:  Port: Selectable, blocks multicast traffic (Port 4)
  • PoE: Provided on Port 1 to power MXWAPT
  • Cable Requirements:   Cat 5e or higher, shielded, 100 m maximum between network devices   
  • Network Addressing Capability: DHCP, link-local, static

General

  •  Power Requirements:  100 to 240 V AC, 50-60 Hz, 1 A
  • Housing: Steel; Extruded aluminum
  • Temperature Range: Operating: 0 to 145°F (-18 to 63°C) 
    Storage: -20 to 165°F (-29 to 74°C)
  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 1.7 x 19.0 x 14.4" (44 x 483 x 366 mm)
  • Weight: 6.9 lb (3.1 kg)