Our college's theater group has a large quantity of Shure ULX microphones, which is fantastic. What's not so great is that we currently have to individually set up every one every time we want to use them (power and antennas) and I'm looking to rack mount them. Wondering about the feasibility of doing a DIY antenna distribution. There are directional antennas available with built in linear amplifiers, which I could then feasibly run to an 8 way antenna splitter. The problem is the impedance of the system is 50 ohms and nearly every splitter/amplifier combo available is CATV compatible at 75 ohms. Anyone tried to do this or can point me in the right direction? Anybody know any good suppliers for 8-12 way antenna splitters and maybe some good 12 dB linear amplifiers functional in the 500 mHz range? Yes, Shure is willing to provide a solution at $500 for a pair of linear amps and 4 way splitters and a glorified power supply. That means to rack mount 10 units, I'd have to pay $1000 or more for some pixy dust.