PGX vs. SLX

Date Updated: August 24, 2017 FAQ #3557
Question:
Why should I upgrade from PGX wireless to SLX wireless?
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PGX



 


SLX



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Low Battery Indicator
LED on transmitter changes from green to red to indicate low battery.



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Battery Meter
Three segment battery meter shows battery life on transmitter and relays that information to the receiver.



 

 

 

 

 

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90 Frequencies
that tune over 3 TV channels (18MHz) allow for 9 systems total per frequency band.



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960 Frequencies
that tune over 4 TV channels (24MHz) allow for more compatible systems (up to 12 per frequency band).



 

 

 

 

 

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Fixed Antenna's
The PGX4 Receiver has fixed ¼ wave antenna's.



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Removable Antenna's
The SLX4 receiver has removable antenna’s which allow for remote mounting the antenna’s and antenna combining which improve RF performance.



 

 

 

 

 

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Multi–Function LED
The single LED on the transmitter indicates low battery and microphone mute.



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Transmitter LCD Screen
SLX transmitters have an LCD Screen to show battery life, group and channel, lock settings and frequency selection.



 

 

 

 

 

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Hard Carrying Case
PGX Wireless ships with a hard plastic carrying case.



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Rack Mounting Included
SLX Wireless ships with all the rack mounting hardware needed for installs or life on the road in a rack.



 

 

 

 

 

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Mic Options
PGX handheld systems are offered with microphone options like the legendary SM58, supercardioid BETA 58A, or condenser SM86.



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Mic Options
SLX systems are offered with more microphone options like BETA 87A and BETA 87C condenser capsules or WL183 and WL184 lavalieres.



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