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Intended for use with the Shure UHF-R series, the UR2 Handheld Transmitter is rugged and designed to withstand the rigors of daily use on the road. The transmitter is available with Shure SM58, SM86, SM87A, Beta 58, Beta 87A and Beta 87C capsules. The transmitter is capable of 10 or 50 mA output power, enabling extended range whenever necessary. The UR2 features a backlit LCD display and is powered up to 9 hours on 2 AA alkaline batteries (low RF power).
Beta 87C Capsule
Modeled after the Beta 87A, the Beta 87C features a supercardioid polar pattern that remains uniform throughout the frequency range. The 87C provides a slight rise in high frequency response, resulting in improved vocal reproduction in live performances.
2400 Selectable Frequencies
The UHF-R series features 2,400 user selectable frequencies over a 60MHz band. Up to 60 Preset Compatible Systems/Band can operate simultaneously.
Automatic Transmitter Sync
The system provides automatic remote sync of channel and frequency between the transmitter and receiver.
Variable Transmitter Output Power
Both handheld and body-pack transmitters feature variable RF output power. Users can select between 10mW and 50mW output power.
In the Box
Shure UR2 Handheld Wireless Microphone Transmitter with Beta 87C
Table of Contents
Type of Transmitter
UR2 UHF Frequency Agile Handheld (x2)
# Of Channels
2400 Selectable Frequencies Across 60 MHz Bandwidth
Type of Input Connector
Not Applicable, Handheld Transmitter
Type of Microphone
Beta 87C 87C versions provide a slight rise in high frequency response, resulting in improved vocal reproduction in live performances