Shure BLX14UK/P31 Headset System with P31
A wireless headset microphone system including the BLX1 bodypack transmitter, BLX4 dual diversity receiver and a PGA31 condenser headset microphone. It operates within the Channel 38 frequency band (606MHz – 614MHz) introduced in 2013.
The BLX series are competitively priced products which maintains all the attributes associated with the legendary Shure brand name.
offers Shure’s professional quality sound with simple setup and an intuitive interface. Range is not compromised by price being around 90 metres line of sight.
It gives you world-class design and rock-solid build quality, along with easy setup and operation. Using this smart system is a no-brainer, and thanks to Shure's cutting-edge QuickScan technology, frequency-selection hassles are a thing of the past. The system automatically checks for the best frequency of operation. Up to 12 compatible systems per frequency band
Overall system response 50Hz – 15kHz
Dynamic Range 100dB
BLX1 Bodypack Transmitter
Controls Gain adjustment, range 26dB
Transmitter power output (max UK permissible) 10mW
Dimensions mm: 110H x 64W x 21D
Weight 75 gm without batteries
Powering 2x AA (LR6) alkaline batteries
Battery Life up to 14 hours
Up to 12 compatible systems per frequency band
Two aerials which the Microprocessor controlled diversity system monitors for the strongest signal
High-resolution LCD screen
Output XLR -27dBv and Jack -13dBv
RF Sensitivity -105dBm
Image Rejection 50dB typical
Dimensions mm 40H x 188W x 103D
Powering external 12-15 volt DC @160mA supplied
P31 Headworn Microphone
A professional Cardioid Condenser headworn mic that grips the head and feels secure. For Presenters, Vocalists, Aerobics Instructors and Drummers. The cardioid pickup pattern effectively rejects sounds from the sides and rear so is far less likely to produce that feedback squeal associated with cheap omni directional microphones. The flexible gooseneck allows exact positioning to capture
Channel 38 for licensed operation in the UK. Low cost licenses for using this wireless system can be obtained from PMSE at https://www.pmse.co.uk/ .