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Shure SLX1 Wireless Bodypack Transmitter (G4: 470 to 494 MHz)

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Shure SLX1 Wireless Bodypack Transmitter (G4: 470 to 494 MHz)
Key Features
  • For SLX4 Wireless Receiver
  • Use with Lav/Headset Mic or Instrument
  • TA4M Connector
  • 960 Auto-Scan Frequencies
The Shure SLX1 is a bodypack wireless transmitter compatible with the SLX4 receiver. Lightweight and comfortable for performers and presenters to wear, it provides up to 8 hours of continuous use on two AA batteries, with a fixed 30mW RF power output and a transmission range up to 330'.
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Shure SLX1 Overview

The Shure SLX1 is a bodypack wireless transmitter compatible with the SLX4 receiver. Lightweight and comfortable for performers and presenters to wear, it provides up to 8 hours of continuous use on two AA batteries, with a fixed 30mW RF power output and a transmission range up to 330'.

The SLX1 features a locking TA4M connector with an adjustable input level to accommodate the compatible lavalier or headset microphone of your choice or an adapter cable for guitar and bass. The unit operates on a 24 MHz UHF tuning range with 960 selectable frequencies and quickly syncs with the wireless receiver via infrared at the touch of a button.

The transmitter's backlit LCD displays essential information, while the convenient programmable mute function can be locked out to prevent accidental changes during a performance.

UPC: 042406146029

Shure SLX1 Specs

Wireless TechnologyAnalog UHF
RF Frequency BandG4:
470 to 494 MHz
RF Bandwidth24 MHz
Frequency Step Size25 kHz
Max Operating Range328.1' / 100 m
Transmitter
Transmitter TypeBodypack
RF Output Power30 mW
Audio I/O1 x TA4/Mini XLR 4-Pin Male Input (Lockable)
MutingOff/On Switch
Audio Input Level-10 dBV (Mic Level)
+10 dBV (at 0 dB Gain)
+20 dBV (Pad On)
Gain Range 30 dB
Sync MethodIR
Antenna1 x Flexible Whip, Fixed
Power RequirementsBattery
Battery Type2 x AA (Included)
Approx. Battery Life8 Hours (Alkaline)
Display & Indicators1 x LCD (Battery Status, Channel, Group)
HousingABS
Dimensions2.5 x 4.3 x 0.7" / 64 x 108 x 19 mm
Weight2.9 oz / 81 g (without Batteries)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.85 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)10.9 x 5.3 x 3.2"
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how do you connect the transmitter to a PA system ...

how do you connect the transmitter to a PA system ?
Asked by: hector
This is the body pack transmitter that works in conjunction with a Shure SLX4 Receiver configured for H5 frequencies (you can find it on B&H's site). You need multiple components to be able get the signal from this to run through a PA. 1.) A lapel/lavalier microphone that works with the body pack (you can find multiple options on this site). 2.) A Shure SLX1 bodypack. 3.) A Shure SLX4 Receiver with matching frequencies to the bodypack. In this case H5. 4.) An XLR cable. Connect your lapel mic to the body pack. Make sure your bodypack transmitter and receiver are on the same group and channel. Connect the XLR out from the receiver to the input of your mixer or PA system.
Answered by: Tony
Date published: 2021-05-25

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Hi my name is Richard. If i buy the SLX1 BODY PACK TRANSMITTER does it sync with my old Obsolete Pgx4 receiver, that has the same freqency?
Asked by: richard
As far as I can determine you would need an SLX4 system to manually sync the devices. Please contact SHURE directly for details;<a href= http://www.shure.com/americas/support/ target= _blank >http://www.shure.com/americas/support/</a>
Answered by: Mark S.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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572 - 596 MHz?
Asked by: Anonymous
J3 Band = 572 - 596 MHz. You have to match the J3 model of the transmitter to the J3 model of the receiver. The J numbers are Shure's way of matching the MHz. So if you look on your receiver you will see a J# on it. You need to match the J# on the transmitter you purchase to the J# on the receiver or it won't work. I found this out the hard way myself. Hope that answers your question.
Answered by: Randy B.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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