SLX Wireless Handheld System, includes SLX2/Beta58 Handheld Transmitter and SLX4 Diversity Receiver. Preferred by touring vocalists and sound professionals.
Sound installations and working bands need powerful wireless tools that can be set up quickly and used confidently. The rugged SLX UHF Wireless Systems exceed these demands with innovative setup features such as auto frequency scan with transmitter setup, exceptional wireless clarity, and legendary Shure microphones.FeaturesSupporting 20 compatible systems across multiple UHF frequency bands, SLX smoothly integrates into houses of worship, lecture halls, conference rooms, and mobile gear cases.SLX Wireless Systems feature the Shure patented Audio Reference Companding for clear sound beyond the limits of conventional wireless technologyBeta 58A Vocal MicrophoneThe Beta 58A microphone accentuates the warmth and clarity of lead and backup vocals. Its supercardioid design provides maximum isolation from other onstage sounds.• Supercardioid, Dynamic • Frequency response: 50 to 16,000 Hz • Neodymium magnet for high signal-to-noise output SLX2 Handheld Transmitter• Frequency response: 50 to 15,000 Hz • Automatic Transmitter Setup • Backlit LCD with timeout feature • 518 - 782 MHz operating range SLX4 Wireless ReceiverThe SLX4 receiver brings unprecedented ease of use to wireless with Automatic Frequency Selection and Automatic Transmitter Setup. With included rack hardware and detachable antennas, it is ready for immediate installation right out of the box. • Automatic Frequency Selection • Automatic Transmitter Setup • 960 Selectable frequencies across 24 MHz bandwidth • Detachable 1/4 wave antennas • Microprocessor-controlled diversity • RF presence LED • 5-segment audio meter • Multi-function, backlit LCD • Low battery indicator • Frequency and power lockout • Rugged metal chassis • Volume control on rear of unit • 1/2 rack design • Furnished rack hardware • Non-slip bumpers for use out of rack • XLR and 1/4" outputs
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