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Shure BLX288/PG58 Dual Vocal System CH38

Product Code: 433960

The Shure BLX288/PG58 Dual Wireless system offers two PG58 microphones with a single dual channel receiver.

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The Shure BLX24UK/PG58 offers outstanding vocal reproduction alongside rock solid wireless connectivity allowing the freedom of the entire stage. For vocal clarity the PG58 capsule reproduces vocals with accuracy and a warm clean tone. The BLX2/PG58 transmitter features a lightweight design with rugged construction to stand up to the rigors of the stage. The BLX4 receiver has been designed for a quick setup, with user friendly intuitive controls making operation easy. Microprocessor controlled internal antenna diversity provides rock solid and dependable communication to the transmitter whilst the 'One touch-QuickScan' frequency selection system quickly locates the best open frequency to battle any potential interference. or a wireless system you can depend on for clear vocal tone and stage ready reliability, the Shure BLX24UK/PG58 is the perfect choice.

BLX2/PG58 Handheld Microphone with PG58 Capsule

  • Integrated microphone capsule design featuring PG58
  • Lightweight, rugged construction
  • Color ID caps (available separately)


BLX4 Dual Diversity Receiver

  • XLR and 1/4" output connectors
  • Microprocessor-controlled internal antenna diversity
  • Two-colour audio status indicator LED (Green: Normal audio level / Red: Overload / Clipping)
  • Up to 12 compatible systems per channel

Channel 38

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/ .

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