SLXD124/85

Wireless System with SLXD2/58 Handheld Transmitter, SLXD1 Bodypack Transmitter and WL185 lavalier microphone

Featuring the legendary SM58® Cardioid Dynamic Microphone capsule on the SLXD2 handheld transmitter and the SLXD1 wireless bodypack transmitter with WL185, the SLXD124/85 provides transparent digital audio and rock-solid RF stability for lecture halls and live performances.

SLXD124E/85-G59: Wireless System, Frequency Band Version: G59 SLXD124E/85-H56:Wireless System, Frequency Band Version: H56 SLXD124E/85-J53:Wireless System, Frequency Band Version: J53 SLXD124E/85-K59:Wireless System, Frequency Band Version: K59 SLXD124E/85-L56:Wireless System, Frequency Band Version: L56 SLXD124IN/85-G59:Wireless System, Frequency Band Version: G59 SLXD124IN/85-H56:Wireless System, Frequency Band Version: H56 SLXD124IN/85-J53:Wireless System, Frequency Band Version: J53 SLXD124IN/85-K59:Wireless System, Frequency Band Version: K59 SLXD124IN/85-L56:Wireless System, Frequency Band Version: L56 SLXD124UK/85-G59:Wireless System, Frequency Band Version: G59 SLXD124UK/85-H56:Wireless System, Frequency Band Version: H56 SLXD124UK/85-J53:Wireless System, Frequency Band Version: J53 SLXD124UK/85-K59:Wireless System, Frequency Band Version: K59 SLXD124UK/85-L56:Wireless System, Frequency Band Version: L56

Product Details

The SLXD124/85 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 single-channel receiver, SLXD2/58 handheld transmitter, SLXD1 bodypack transmitter and WL185 cardioid lavalier microphone with antenna and rackmount accessories and 4 AA batteries.

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SB903

Lithium-ion battery for SLX-D Wireless Transmitters

UA850

Coaxial Cable

HA-8089

Helical Antenna

UA600

Front Mount Antenna Kit

UA221

Passive Antenna Splitter

UA806

Coaxial Cable

UA825

Coaxial Cable

UA8100

Coaxial Cable

UA802

Coaxial Cable

PA805

Directional Antenna

UA860SWB

Omnidirectional Antenna

UA505

Antenna Mounting Bracket Kit

UA845UWB

Antenna Distribution System

UA845UWB/LC

Antenna Distribution System

UA834

In-Line Antenna Amplifier

UABIAST

In-Line Power Adapter

UA874

Active Directional Antenna

UA8

½ Wave Dipole Antenna

RPW184

Wireless KSM9 Cartridge

RPW174

KSM8 Wireless Capsule for Black Shure Transmitters

RPW170

KSM8 Wireless Capsule for Nickel Shure Transmitters

WA371

Microphone clip

WA305

Premium Guitar/Bass Cable with locking thread

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MyMama Tour 2021; conquered by the reliability and consistency of SLX-D ©Diletta Radaelli

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."