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The Shure SLX Series wireless microphone system provides the performance and reliability needed for use in venues, sound reinforcement etc. The UHF system features 960 selectable frequencies, over a 24MHz spectrum. This system includes the SLX4 receiver, SLX1 bodypack transmitter and MX150 cardioid lavalier microphone.
The SLX4 Receiver is rack or desktop mountable and features a diversity antenna design. The diversity design allows dual antennas to compete for the strongest possible reception. XLR microphone-level and 1/4" phone-line-level outputs are featured. A comprehensive LCD display provides frequency, group and channel information as well as transmitter battery status, audio level, and more.
The SLX1 Transmitter is a UHF bodypack transmitter. The transmitter is powered for up to 8 hours on 2 AA size batteries and features a 4-pin microphone input jack, which accommodates any Shure microphone featuring a TA4 connection. The SLX1 features an infrared sensor, which allows the transmitter to remotely sync frequency settings with the receiver. An adjustable mic / 0dB / -10dB switch allows input from guitars, instruments and microphones.
The Shure SLX4 is a UHF wireless microphones receiver designed for use with the Shure SLX wireless microphone series. The diversity design allows dual receiver circuits and antennas to compete for the strongest possible reception. XLR microphone level, and 1/4" phone line level outputs are featured. A comprehensive LCD display provides Frequency, Group, and Channel information, as well as transmitter battery status, audio level, and more.
Note: For system compatibility, the component's frequency MUST match your existing system/component frequency.
The SLX4 receiver features UHF diversity reception. Dual receivers compete for the strongest possible reception, reducing noise and dropout due to RF interference
Mic & Line Level Output
The SLX4 receiver features an XLR mic level and 1/4" phone line level output
Sync Between Transmitter & Receiver
Infrared link automatically syncs the transmitter and receiver
Shure SLX1 Wireless Bodypack Transmitter (G5: 494 to 518 MHz)
The SLX1 Wireless Bodypack Transmitter from Shure is ideal for use with headworn, lavalier, and instrument microphones, as well as with guitars and basses. Shure's Audio Reference Companding technology provides premium sound quality, even at high audio levels.
Automatic transmitter setup
Backlit LCD with timeout feature
Frequency and power lockout
Two AA batteries (included) provide up to eight hours of continuous use
The Shure MX150 Subminiature Lavalier Microphone is a subminiature, multi-positioned clip-on microphone well suited for broadcast operation, sermons, presentations, public address and much more. This version features a TQG connection for use with Shure wireless bodypack transmitters. Shure's CommShield technology makes the MX150 impervious to noise caused by cell phones, PDAs, WiFi and other RFI. The microphone ships with a snap-fit foam windscreen and multi-position tie clip with an integrated cable management system that minimizes noise without increasing cable strain and tension.
Cardioid polar pattern and wired TQG connection
CommShield Technology guards against interference from cellular RF devices and digital bodypack transmitters
Matte black, sleek design for inconspicuous placement
Multi-position tie clip allows for a variety of placement options and features an integrated cable management system for convenient cable dress with minimal handling noise
Kevlar-reinforced soft-flex cable design further reduces handling noise while providing superior flexibility for routing and placement
Snap-fit, concise windscreen provides protection from plosives and wind noise with minimal visibility
Legendary Shure quality, ruggedness, and reliability