Shure BLX24/PG58 Vocal System CH38
A wireless microphone system including the BLX2/PG58 microphone transmitter and BLX4R Rack-mountable diversity receiver. It operates within the Channel 38 frequency band (606MHz – 614MHz) introduced in 2013.
The BLX series are competitively priced products that maintain all the attributes associated with the legendary Shure brand name.
BLX offers Shure’s professional-quality sound with a simple setup and an intuitive interface. The 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.
- Integrated microphone capsule design featuring SM58
- Lightweight, rugged construction
- Colour ID caps (available separately)
BLX2/PG58 Handheld Microphone Transmitter with PG58 Capsule
Integrated microphone design featuring the iconic PG58 dynamic capsule. The capsule is softly suspended to avoid handling noise and shielded from plosives by a wire basket protective grille. Addition foam adds protection against wind noise when used outside. Channel 38 only so no problems of unregulated use on non-assigned frequencies. Automatically links to the receiver to establish the best channel of operation. The design includes a preamplifier and transmitter powered from 2x AA (LR6) batteries, not included. Battery life approx 14 hours. The gain can be reduced by -10dB to cover loud recordings that might otherwise overload. Maximum RF output 10m Watts, the UK’s legal limit. Microphone clip included.
Rack-mountable or freestanding with two aerials for the microprocessor-controlled Diversity System which constantly monitors and compares their individual reception and switches to the one with the strongest signal.
The LCD screen displays the Group and that group's channel number, RF signal strength and Audio Level. Output is via XLR or Jacks on the rear panel.
Channel 38 for licensed operation in the UK.