The Shure Microflex MX153 provides outstanding clarity in an extremely comfortable over-the-ear design. This professional subminiature earset microphone is ideal for applications in which improved gain before feedback over lavalier microphones is desired. Delivering exceptional speech clarity, the MX153 is ideal for corporate presentations, houses of worship, A / V conferencing, and live sound reinforcement.
Utilized for everything fromauditoriums to band rooms, Microflex microphones have delivered exceptional audio quality to the hallowed halls of academia for years. By providing the educational institutions of the world with exceptional quality products, Shure tirelessly commits themselves to delivering unparalleled service and support.
Microflex microphones have adorned the podiums and committee rooms of government institutions around the world. From lavaliers to overheads to goosenecks, Shure audio products deliver exceptional sound and afford maximum flexibility in even the most acoustically challenging environments.
Proven reliable in installations worldwide, Microflex microphones are well suited to meet the diverse audio requirements of any House of Worship. Ideal for choirs, lecterns, and altars, all Microflex products are both attractive and inconspicuous and deliver the superior sound quality you can expect from Shure.
Microflex microphones provide solutions for meeting rooms, video conferences, large presentations or any other situation the business world throws at you. Gooseneck mics meet the needs of any size conference table while low-profile boundary mics are discreet and unobtrusive yet provide crystal clear audio. Additionally, CommShield technology guards against unwanted interference.
All Microflex models offer CommShieldTechnology, which guards against unwanted radio interference from consumer wireless devices such as cell phones and PDA's. Shure engaged their development teams to redesign Microflex microphones to be highly resistant to radio frequency interference such as might be experienced with GSM cell phone technology and to implement design techniques such as multilayer circuit boards, improved grounding techniques, tighter enclosures for improved shielding, and improved microphone cable and audio connectors. The combination of improved techniques is utilized to deliver Microflex microphones that are highly resistant to intense nearby radio signals.
NOTE: When connecting the microphone to anything other than a Shure wireless bodypack, make sure the device provides a regulated +5 V DC (130 μA minimum).
NOTE: To connect the MX153 earset to an XLR microphone input, use the RK100PK preamplifier (sold separately)