Even though in-ear monitoring systems have been around for years, drummers continue to discover the advantages of these personally adaptable earpieces. Not only do they allow you to dial-in exactly what you want to hear at precise levels determined by your taste and needs, but they also can save your ears from the high volumes associated with many live performances.
Shure has been at the forefront of this revolution from day one, and has now introduced their most advanced model – the PSM1000. The full-rack, dual-channel, networkable transmitter is housed in a touring-grade, all-metal chassis, so it is ready to handle the demands of professional touring. The system’s Diversity Bodypack dramatically improves signal reception and increases range, while precision front-end RF filtering reduces RF interference for a cleaner, stronger RF signal, fewer dropouts, and less audible artifacts.
Its networked control via Ethernet connection vastly simplifies setup for high channel counts and enables remote control via Wireless Workbench software. You get up to 72 MHz tuning bandwidth for increased flexibility, and the SB900 lithium-ion rechargeable battery, which provides extended usage times and precise tracking of remaining life and charge cycle details.