Exclusively through B&H, this Shure ULX Standard Series Wireless Microphone Kit includes the WL93 lavalier and E6 head-worn microphones for maximum flexibility on stage or in broadcast applications. The ULX Series wireless microphone systems provide a professional wireless microphone solution for conferences, houses of worship, schools, and businesses. The system consists of the ULXS4 diversity receiver, ULX1 bodypack transmitter, WL93 lavalier and Countryman E6 head-worn microphone.
The ULXS4 Receiver operates on UHF frequencies, offering over 1400 user selectable frequencies to choose from. The dual antenna design represents diversity technology, which provides optimum resistance against RF interference and drop-out. Dual internal receivers are set to the same frequency and are constantly vying for the strongest reception. The receiver features a balanced XLR output that is switchable between mic and line level signal as well as an unbalanced 1/4" Phone output. A multifunction LCD provides group and channel information, transmitter battery life, and more. Two 5-segment LEDs provide audio and RF metering.
The ULX1 Bodypack Transmitter is lightweight and portable featuring a belt-clip for use with camera and guitar straps, belts, waistbands etc. The transmitter also features over 1400 user selectable UHF frequencies and a comprehensive LCD displays group and channel information and more. An input attenuation switch allows 0 dB and 20 dB output. Adjustable audio gain control is provided and the transmitter boasts 8-9 hour battery life on a single 9V battery WL93 lavalier microphone is a miniature element that provides an omnidirectional polar pattern.
The Countryman E6 professional head-worn microphone is designed to perform on-stage, in conference settings and broadcast applications. A thin boom and miniature element virtually disappears against the skin and the microphone element features a wide frequency response and high SPL handling. The omnidirectional pattern provides a generous pick up while minimizing residual surface noise.