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Shure Acra Vector decoders

Mar 25, 2014
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I've been keeping my eyes out for a while for a Shure HTS 5300 at a reasonable price and condition. I recall that Disclord had spoken about the Shure Acra Vector decoders in the past,
and that we have a member who uses that screen display as their avatar, and I think has history with the units (sorry that I can't place your name!).

I tripped across this, has anyone ever heard of an HTS 6000? Based on the visual design of the product, and the placement (and coating) of the RCA connectors it looks like it fits in with
their earlier models, despite being a higher number than "5300".

Shure HTS 6000 on Ebay