Shure FP2 Wireless Handheld Transmitter (G5: 494-518 MHz)

Shure FP2 Wireless Handheld Transmitter (G5: 494-518 MHz)

Shure FP2 Wireless Handheld Transmitter (G5: 494-518 MHz)

B&H # SHFP2SM58G5 MFR # FP2/SM58-G5

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Product Highlights

  • SM58 Cardioid Capsule
  • 24MHz Operation
  • Compatible with SLX Series
  • 960 Selectable Frequencies
  • 12 Multiple Channels Per Band
  • 25 Maximum Compatible Channels
  • Infrared Sync to Receiver
  • Battery Powered with AA Batteries x2
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Frequency Range: G5: 494-518 MHz

G4: 470-494 MHz

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G5: 494-518 MHz H5: 518-542 MHz

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J3: 572-596 MHz

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This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.

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Shure FP2 overview

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The Shure FP2 Wireless Handheld Transmitter is available as part of the Shure FP series wireless microphone systems or individually. The Shure FP series provides professional, portable wireless operation in the 24MHz band, is easy to operate and affordable. The handheld transmitter features the Shure SM58 cardioid capsule, and is compatible with any Shure wireless capsule. Infrared sync provides quick and easy channel syncing between the transmitter and FP5 receiver (sold separately). The FP2 handheld is ruggedly built and powered on a pair of AA batteries.

Automatic transmitter setup to instantly sync the transmitter to the receiver frequency
LED indicator for control lockout, IR RF sync, low battery indicator
Includes SM58 capsule, compatible with all other Shure capsules
UPC: 042406232807
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Shure FP2 Wireless Handheld Transmitter (G5: 494-518 MHz)
  • 2 Year Warranty
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    Shure FP2 specs

    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.51 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 12.125 x 4.625 x 3.25"

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