Audio Interfaces, Mixers & DSP

Shure Mixers and Digital Sound Processors

Shure has a selection of mixers, including automatic mixers with proprietary IntelliMix™ technology, that enable you to customize any size sound reinforcement installation and effectively manage multi-microphone setups in corporate environments, educational facilities, government institutions, or houses of worship. A range of audio network interfaces bring your microphones onto or from a Dante network, for advanced connectivity no matter whether wired or wireless, analog or digital microphones.

Audio Network Interfaces

MXWANI

Streamlines Microflex™ Wireless connectivity to conference room AV systems, with flexible analog and digital inputs and outputs.

ANI4IN

Converts up to four line / mic analog signals onto a Dante network for easy audio routing and browser-based control.

ANI4OUT

Converts Dante™ digital audio signal to four discrete line / mic analog signals.

Mixers

SCM820

Eight channel, digital automatic mixer designed for use in speech applications, including sound reinforcement, broadcasting and audio recording.

SCM810

Eight-channel automatic mixer designed for use in sound reinforcement, audio recording, and broadcast applications.

SCM800

Full-featured, eight-channel mixer for sound reinforcement, general audio recording, and audio-visual systems

SCM410

A problem solver that increases speech clarity, reduces the risk of feedback and minimizes setup time.

SCM262

Stereo mixer intended for sound reinforcement applications (microphones with consumer stereo products)

SCM268

Transformer-balanced, four-channel mixer

FP33

3-input, 2 output, portable stereo mixer specifically designed for remote audio recording, electronic news gathering and location film production.

DSP (Digital Signal Processors)

DFR22

Versatile, powerful 2x2 audio processor featuring renowned feedback reduction drag-and-drop software.

Discontinued Mixers

M367

Portable, six-input, two-output (mono), battery-powered microphone and line level mixer/preamplifier.