Wireless Systems for Voice, Speech, Instruments & In-Ear-Monitoring

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Wireless Systems

Shure Wireless systems offer a large selection for a whole range of applications. Wireless versions of the legendary Shure vocal microphones, headsets, lavalier microphones or instrument systems are available. From wireless systems for small venues to touring systems for large stages and complex installations, Shure microphones offer professional sound quality and robustness.

Not sure, which wireless system is right for your application, venue, or install? Contact us for advice.



Shure Wireless Systems

  • System- Price
  • Environ- ment
  • Wireless mics used in parallel
  • Receiver options for this system
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  • Transmitter
  • Receiver
  • Selectable Frequencies
  • Auto Setup Features
  • Rack Hardware
  • Batteries
  • Advanced Antenna Options
  • Small to medium stages
  • Up to 12 This specification refers to the maximum amount of wireless systems that can be used in parallel. One wireless system is made up of one receiver and one transmitter (handheld or bodypack). 
  • Analog
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  • PG58 Analogue Wireless

    SM58 Analogue Wireless

    Beta 58A Analogue Wireless

  • BLX4R

  • Up to 150 The pool of different frequencies you can choose from. 
  • QuickScan : Finds group with most compatible frequencies and sets to best frequency Is the receiver able to find a free frequency automatically? “Scan” means the receiver scans for a free frequency. “Sync” means the frequency can by synchronized between receiver and transmitter via infrared. “Group Scan” means the receiver scans through the whole frequency range and gives you a list of the max, compatible channels. 
  • Included Accessory which helps to mount a unit into a rack, URT means 1u Rack Tray. 
  • 2AA, up to 14h Operating time of the transmitter and used battery type. 
  • Yes For multiple channels setups accessories like antenna splitter is highly recommended. For this the antenna has to be removable. 
  • Broadcasting Applications
  • Up to 14 This specification refers to the maximum amount of wireless systems that can be used in parallel. One wireless system is made up of one receiver and one transmitter (handheld or bodypack). 
  • Analog
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  • SM58 with FP2 Handheld Transmitter

    VP68 with FP2 Handheld Transmitter

    FP3 Plug-On Transmitter

  • FP5 Portable Receiver

  • Up to 960 The pool of different frequencies you can choose from. 
  • Scan/Sync Is the receiver able to find a free frequency automatically? “Scan” means the receiver scans for a free frequency. “Sync” means the frequency can by synchronized between receiver and transmitter via infrared. “Group Scan” means the receiver scans through the whole frequency range and gives you a list of the max, compatible channels. 
  • Accessory which helps to mount a unit into a rack, URT means 1u Rack Tray. 
  • 2AA, up to 12 h Operating time of the transmitter and used battery type. 
  • No For multiple channels setups accessories like antenna splitter is highly recommended. For this the antenna has to be removable. 
  • Up to 14 This specification refers to the maximum amount of wireless systems that can be used in parallel. One wireless system is made up of one receiver and one transmitter (handheld or bodypack). 
  • Analog
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  • Up to 60 This specification refers to the maximum amount of wireless systems that can be used in parallel. One wireless system is made up of one receiver and one transmitter (handheld or bodypack). 
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  • System- Price
  • Environ- ment
  • Wireless mics used in parallel
  • Receiver options for this system
  •  
  • Transmitter
  • Receiver
  • Selectable Frequencies
  • Auto Setup Features
  • Rack Hardware
  • Batteries
  • Advanced Antenna Options
  • Demanding installations
  • Up to 168 Kanäle (mit WWB Software) This specification refers to the maximum amount of wireless systems that can be used in parallel. One wireless system is made up of one receiver and one transmitter (handheld or bodypack). 
  • Digital
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  • QLXD2 with SM58

    QLXD2 with SM86

    QLXD2 with SM87A

    QLXD2 with Beta 58A

    QLXD2 with Beta 87A

    QLXD2 with Beta 87C

    QLXD2 with KSM9

    QLXD2 with KSM8

  • QLXD4

  • Up to Up to 2880 The pool of different frequencies you can choose from. 
  • Automatic Channel Scan, Network Scan and IR sync Is the receiver able to find a free frequency automatically? “Scan” means the receiver scans for a free frequency. “Sync” means the frequency can by synchronized between receiver and transmitter via infrared. “Group Scan” means the receiver scans through the whole frequency range and gives you a list of the max, compatible channels. 
  • Professional-grade, all metal construction Accessory which helps to mount a unit into a rack, URT means 1u Rack Tray. 
  • 2 AA batteries provide up to 9 hours of continuous use Optional Shure SB900 lithium ion rechargeable battery provides up to 10 hours of continuous use and reports remaining runtime in hours and minutes Operating time of the transmitter and used battery type. 
  • Yes For multiple channels setups accessories like antenna splitter is highly recommended. For this the antenna has to be removable. 
  • Demanding installations
  • Up to 160 This specification refers to the maximum amount of wireless systems that can be used in parallel. One wireless system is made up of one receiver and one transmitter (handheld or bodypack). 
  • Digital
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  • Enterprise-Scale AV Environments
  • Up to This specification refers to the maximum amount of wireless systems that can be used in parallel. One wireless system is made up of one receiver and one transmitter (handheld or bodypack). 
  • Digital
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  • MXW2/VP68

    MXW2/SM58

    MXW2/BETA58

    MXW2/SM86

  • Up to The pool of different frequencies you can choose from. 
  • Is the receiver able to find a free frequency automatically? “Scan” means the receiver scans for a free frequency. “Sync” means the frequency can by synchronized between receiver and transmitter via infrared. “Group Scan” means the receiver scans through the whole frequency range and gives you a list of the max, compatible channels. 
  • Accessory which helps to mount a unit into a rack, URT means 1u Rack Tray. 
  • Operating time of the transmitter and used battery type. 
  • Yes For multiple channels setups accessories like antenna splitter is highly recommended. For this the antenna has to be removable. 
  • Up to This specification refers to the maximum amount of wireless systems that can be used in parallel. One wireless system is made up of one receiver and one transmitter (handheld or bodypack). 
  • Analog
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  • AXT200 Handheld Transmitter

  • AXT400

  • Up to The pool of different frequencies you can choose from. 
  • Is the receiver able to find a free frequency automatically? “Scan” means the receiver scans for a free frequency. “Sync” means the frequency can by synchronized between receiver and transmitter via infrared. “Group Scan” means the receiver scans through the whole frequency range and gives you a list of the max, compatible channels. 
  • Accessory which helps to mount a unit into a rack, URT means 1u Rack Tray. 
  • Operating time of the transmitter and used battery type. 
  • Yes For multiple channels setups accessories like antenna splitter is highly recommended. For this the antenna has to be removable. 

Special Wireless Applications

Wireless Guitar Systems
Wireless Instrument Microphone System
Wireless Instrument Microphone Systems
PSM 1000 High End In-Ear Monitoring System
In-Ear Monitoring Systems

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