Wireless Systems for Guitar & Bass

Wireless Systems for Guitar & Bass

Wireless systems for guitar and bass provide complete freedom of movement on stage for the musician. From wireless systems for small venues to touring systems for large stages, Shure microphones offer professional sound quality and robustness.



Wireless Systems for Guitar & Bass

  • System- Price
  • Environ- ment
  • Wireless mics used in parallel
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  • Cable
  • Selectable Frequencies
  • Auto Setup Features
  • Rack Hardware
  • Batteries
  • Advanced Antenna Options
  • Medium stages and installations
  • 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). 
  • This system is not available as a package. To make up an SLX system for use with a Guitar you need to buy the following components: An SLX1 bodypack transmitter, an SLX4 receiver and a WA302 instrument cabl 

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  • WA302
  • 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. 
  • Inclusive Accessory which helps to mount a unit into a rack, URT means 1u Rack Tray. 
  • 2AA, >8 h 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. 
  • Large stages and complex installations
  • Up to 47 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). 
  • This system is not available as a package. To make up a UHF-R system for use with a Guitar you need to buy the following components: An UR1, UR1M or UR1H bodypack transmitter, a UR4S receiver and a WA302 instrument cable. 

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  • WA302
  • Up to 3000 The pool of different frequencies you can choose from. 
  • Scan/Group 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. 
  • Integrated Accessory which helps to mount a unit into a rack, URT means 1u Rack Tray. 
  • 2AA, >8 h 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.