Shure BLX288/PG58 Dual-Channel Wireless Handheld Microphone System with PG58 Capsules (H10: 542 to 572 MHz)

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Shure BLX288/PG58 Dual-Channel Wireless Handheld Microphone System with PG58 Capsules (H10: 542 to 572 MHz)
Key Features
  • For Two Presenters or Performers
  • 2 x PG58 Cardioid Mic/Transmitters
  • Dual-Channel Tabletop Receiver
  • 123 Auto-Scan Frequencies
The Shure BLX288/PG58 is a cost-effective wireless handheld microphone system for two presenters, teachers, or lecturers which offers quality sound, simple setup, and dependable performance right out of the box. It includes the compact and lightweight BLX88 dual-channel tabletop receiver with internal antennas, ideal for portable use.
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Shure BLX288/PG58 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2PG58 Mic Capsules Optimized for Vocals and Speech
  • 3Lightweight Handheld Transmitters
  • 4Easy-to-Use Dual-Channel Tabletop Receiver for Quality Audio
  • 5A Versatile System to Meet Your Needs

The Shure BLX288/PG58 is a cost-effective wireless handheld microphone system for two presenters, teachers, or lecturers which offers quality sound, simple setup, and dependable performance right out of the box. It includes the compact and lightweight BLX88 dual-channel tabletop receiver with internal antennas, ideal for portable use.

The BLX288/PG58 also includes two handheld transmitters equipped with an integrated PG58 dynamic cardioid microphone capsule. The receiver features one-touch QuickScan frequency selection to quickly search 123 available frequencies and locate a clean RF channel in case of interference. The system provides up to 14 hours of continuous use with four AA batteries, at a range up to 300'. Up to 12 mic channels can operate simultaneously in each frequency band.

This streamlined system is well suited for live performances and events in small venues, wedding halls, and houses of worship, as well as conference, educational, and corporate facilities.

PG58 Mic Capsules Optimized for Vocals and Speech

The PG58 dynamic capsules feature a cardioid polar pattern that minimizes background noise and feedback. The built-in spherical wind and pop filters reduce plosives for clear and intelligible speech.

Lightweight Handheld Transmitters

The durable BLX2 handheld transmitters offer a lightweight, ergonomic design, and are comfortable to hold. Group- and channel-selection buttons allow for quick and simple frequency matching with the receiver. Other features include an easily accessible on/off button, adjustable gain control, and a black identification cap. The WA621 Color ID Caps kit containing assorted colored caps is available as an optional accessory.

Easy-to-Use Dual-Channel Tabletop Receiver for Quality Audio

The BLX88 receiver employs a microprocessor-controlled internal antenna diversity feature to improve the quality and reliability of your wireless audio. Two LED displays show group and channel settings, while four LED lights indicate when the system is ready for use and the strength of the incoming audio signal. The unit offers two 1/4" and two XLR outputs for connectivity to PA systems and mixing boards.

A Versatile System to Meet Your Needs

Shure offers a BLX1 bodypack transmitter compatible with a variety of lavalier, instrument, and headset microphone options to adapt your BLX system as your needs evolve.

  • The discrete MX153 sub-miniature earset mic and the CVL lavalier mic both provides exceptional clarity in spoken word applications.
  • The PGA31 is a comfortable, durable headset microphone for active performance.
  • Instrumentalists can attach the WB98H/C flexible gooseneck instrument microphone for brass, woodwind, and percussion applications.
  • The WA302 guitar cable lets you connect the bodypack transmitter to a guitar or bass.
UPC: 042406470216

Shure BLX288/PG58 Specs

System
Wireless TransmissionAnalog UHF
Number of RF Channels123
Included Transmitters2 x Handheld
DiversityAntenna Diversity
RF Frequency BandH10:
542 to 572 MHz
RF Bandwidth24 MHz
RF Channel ScanningAuto-Scan
Max Operating Range300' / 91.4 m (Line of Sight)
Max Systems per Setup12
Dynamic Range100 dBA
Receiver
Form FactorTabletop
Mounting OptionsTabletop
Antenna2 x Internal
Number of Audio Channels2
Audio I/O2 x XLR 3-Pin Male Balanced Output
2 x 1/4" TS Female Unbalanced Output
Audio Output LevelXLR Outputs:
-27 dBV (Mic Level)
1/4" Outputs:
-13 dBV (Instrument Level)
Frequency Response50 Hz to 15 kHz (Dependent on Mic)
ImpedanceXLR Outputs:
200 Ohms
1/4" Outputs:
50 Ohms
Power RequirementsAC/DC Power Adapter
AC/DC Power Adapter12 to 15 VDC at 160 mA, Center-Positive (Included)
AC Input Power100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
Display & Indicators2 x Multi-Segment LED (Channel, Group)
4 x LED (AF Level, Sync)
HousingABS
Operating Temperature0 to 135°F / -17 to 57°C
Dimensions15.3 x 1.6 x 4.6" / 388 x 40 x 116 mm
Weight15.1 oz / 429 g
Transmitter
Form FactorHandheld
RF Output Power10 mW
Audio I/ONone
MutingOff/On Switch
Auto-Level ControlNo
Gain Range-20 to -10 dB
Sync MethodManual
Antenna1 x Internal (Handheld)
Power RequirementsBattery
Battery Type2 x AA (Included)
Approx. Battery Life14 Hours (Alkaline)
Display & Indicators1 x Multi-Segment LED (Channel, Group)
1 x LED (Battery Status, Power)
HousingABS
Dimensions2.5 x 4.3 x 0.8" / 64 x 110 x 21 mm
Weight7.7 oz / 218 g (without Batteries)
Microphone
Form FactorHandheld Capsule
Sound FieldMono
CapsuleDynamic
Polar PatternCardioid
Frequency Range50 Hz to 16 kHz
Sensitivity-55 dBV/Pa at 1 kHz
Packaging Info
Package Weight5.15 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)19.5 x 16.3 x 3.5"
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