For use with GLX-D Digital Wireless Systems and GLX-D Advanced Digital Wireless Systems with firmware update 2.2.5 or later.
Note: When purchasing separate wireless components, please match their frequency bands to ensure proper system operation.
- Integrated microphone capsule design
- Automatic linking capability with GLX-D wireless receivers for seamless frequency changing
|Battery Life||Up to 16 hours|
|Battery Requirements||Shure lithium-ion rechargeable batteries|
|Typical Operating Distance||Indoors: Up to 100 feet (30 m) typical, with a maximum of 200 feet (60 m) under ideal conditions. Outdoors: Up to 65 feet (20 m) typical, with a maximum of 165 feet (50 m) under ideal conditions.|
Additional specifications are available in the user guide.
|GLX-D Digital Wireless Brochure||English||2.23 mb|
|GLX-D Advanced Digital Wireless Brochure||English||2.45 mb|
|GLXD2 CAD File||English||ZIP||113 kb|
|GLX-D Specification Sheet||English||2.02 mb|
|GLX-D Wireless with GLXD4 User Guide|
To install firmware for this product, Shure Update Utility is required. For more information, reference the Quick Start Guide for Shure Update Utility.
|GLXD2 - Handheld Transmitter See release notes||Posted March 29, 2017||Download PACK (593 kb)|
|GLXD2 - Handheld Transmitter See release notes||Posted May 12, 2016||Download PACK (593 kb)|
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