Wireless System with SLXD1 Bodypack Transmitter and MX153T Earset Headworn Microphone
Featuring the WL153T Omnidirectional Lavalier Microphone and the SLXD1 transmitter, the SLXD14/153T provides transparent digital audio and rock-solid RF stability for lecture halls and live performances.
The SLXD14/153T Wireless System delivers transparent, 24-bit digital audio and rock-solid RF performance for a wide range of applications, from day-long presentations to nighttime performances. Operate up to 32 compatible systems per 44 MHz band, with easy setup and optional rechargeability accessories for wireless excellence, wherever required. Ships with SLXD4 dual-channel receiver, SLXD1 bodypack transmitters and MX153T Omnidirectional Earset Headworn Microphone with protective pouch, 3 windscreens, collar clip, antenna, rackmount accessories and 2 AA batteries.
Lithium-ion battery for SLX-D Wireless Transmitters
Front Mount Antenna Kit
Passive Antenna Splitter
Antenna Mounting Bracket Kit
Antenna Distribution System
In-Line Antenna Amplifier
In-Line Power Adapter
Active Directional Antenna
½ Wave Dipole Antenna
Wireless KSM9 Cartridge
KSM8 Wireless Capsule for Black Shure Transmitters
KSM8 Wireless Capsule for Nickel Shure Transmitters
Premium Guitar/Bass Cable with locking thread
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Arturo Magnanensi, Audio Engineer at the the MyMama tour: "The tour was characterized by the strong need of the band to finally be able to express the great energy and creativity stored during the period of the lock-down; combining it and putting it, however, at the service of a necessary flexibility and adaptability to the many different types of concerts that the tour schedule envisaged. Also due to the restrictive regulations related to the pandemic, the show had to be able to be done at different times, in different lighting conditions, in relatively small or even very large stages, without ever affecting its nature or its technical and artistic performance for the public. So I would say that the technical flexibility was fundamental in order to guarantee a coherence of the show in all the various venues in which we found ourselves having to create the show."