Shure UA221

Passive Antennae Combiner
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Shure Antenna Splitter/Combiner Kit!

The Shure UA221 Antenna Splitter/Combiner Kit includes two adapters that can be used as one-input, two-output or two-input, one-output passive antenna splitter/combiners for UC4, SLX4, ULXS4, ULXP4, U4S and U4D receivers. The UA221 Kit lets you split an incoming signal into two outgoing signals or combine two incoming signals into one signal. Each kit includes two UA221 Splitter/Combiners, four coaxial cables, and attaching hardware.

The UA221 Splitter/Combiners are designed for use with Shure Model UA400 1/4 wave UHF antennas, UA820A 1/2 wave antennas, and UA802/UA825/850 50 ohm low loss antenna cable.

Shure recommends using UA820A 1/2 wave antennas with UA221 Splitter/Combiners. The UA820A provides up to 3 dB of additional gain compared to standard 1/4 wave antennas. The additional gain compensates for signal loss in splitting applications.

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Studio Microphone Buying Guide
Wireless Microphone Buying Guide

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Manufacturer Part Number UA221

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Good economical solution

My application is for a pair of Sennheiser ew 135 wireless mics, housed in a 3 unit rack. The Shure UA221 is a good solid unit, actually a pair. The hookups are as easy as possible with BNC connectors. BNC connectors are always a bit bulky, but it is what is used in radio applications. The kit does come with a pair of male to male BNC connectors, so that's a plus. If you're not used to making your own custom BNC cables, using the standard cables can make for a messy setup. I happen to be one of those who makes my own custom cables. I also had to get right angle BNC connectors to make a neat setup, which I got economically at a local electronics store. The Shure unit is good and costs much less than the Sennheiser unit. I am only using 2 wireless, so this is more ideal for me than the Sennheiser unit which handles 4 units.
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