SLX124/85/SM58 - Wireless System

SLX124/85/SM58

Wireless System

from $889

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SLX® Wireless Systems are powerful wireless tools that can be set up quickly and used confidently by installers and working bands. Features include auto frequency scan with transmitter setup, exceptional wireless clarity, and Shure patented Audio Reference Companding.

Note: Bodypack and handheld transmitters cannot be used simultaneously.

Includes SLX2/SM58 handheld transmitter, WL185 lavalier microphone, SLX1 bodypack transmitter, SLX4 receiver, microphone clip, tie clip, rackmount kit, two 1/4 wave antennas, power supply, 4 AA batteries, protective bumpers with 8 screws, 2 vinyl bags, and user guide.

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Headphone audio output to Wireless Bodypack
December 14, 2018

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Point to point wireless with P9T transmitter and SLX4 receiver
November 28, 2018

WIRELESS POINT-TO-POINT AUDIO USING AN SLX4 RECEIVERCertain sound system applications require sending audio from a central location to one or more rem ...

Bi-color LED indication on Logic Outputs of P4800, DFR22, SLX4L, SCM820, SCM810, SCM410
February 22, 2018

The following diagrams show how the circuit is made for a bi-color LED. This can be used with any Shure product that has Logic Outputs on it. The 7400 ...

SLX4L TTL Logic Pin 1 Status Modification
February 16, 2018

Yes. This is possible, but only through a modification made to a PC board inside the SLX4L receiver. Normally a transmitter that is on will result in ...