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SLX Wireless Systems

SLX Wireless Systems

The rugged SLX Wireless Systems from Shure bring unparalleled ease of set-up and exceptional audio quality into reach. With included accessories, SLX is also installation-ready, out-of-the-box and with a wide selection of legendary Shure microphones to choose from, SLX offers a tailored solution for virtually any application.

For virtually any application with ease of set-up and exceptional audio quality

Easy Setup

  • Automatic Frequency Selection
  • Automatic Transmitter Setup
  • Removable antennas and rack hardware included

Exceptional Audio quality

  • Shure’s Patented Audio Reference Companding improves sound quality
  • Wide s selection of Shure microphone heads, headsets and lavaliers
  • Predictive Diversity technology for improved transmission quality

Complete installation solutions

  • Up to 14 compatible frequencies per band
  • Furnished rack hardware included for single or double mounted installation in a standard 19“ rack.
  • Detachable 1/4 wave antennas
  • Rugged metal chassis
  • Multi-function, backlit LCD on transmitter and receiver
DiversityWireless “diversity” receivers feature two separate antennas for consistent signal reception.Read moreGo to the glossary receiver - Part of the SLX wireless series
DiversityWireless “diversity” receivers feature two separate antennas for consistent signal reception.Read moreGo to the glossary receiver with logic-functionality - Part of the SLX wireless series
Bodypack transmitter - part of the SLX wireless series

Transmitter

This industry-standard vocal mic, delivers warm and clear vocal reproduction. First choice for performances worldwide
Rugged cardioidPicks up most sound in front of the microphone and some from the sides. It is less susceptible to feedback in high volume environments.Read moreGo to the glossary condenser microphoneCondenser microphones are more sensitive, give a smooth, natural sound and need to be powered.Read moreGo to the glossary with an extended high frequency responseThis is the range of frequencies, from the lowest to the highest, that a mic can pick up.Read moreGo to the glossary, constructed to withstand the rigors of touring.
DynamicDynamic mics have a simple, rugged construction and can handle very high sound pressure levels.Read moreGo to the glossary vocal microphone, a tailored frequency responseThis is the range of frequencies, from the lowest to the highest, that a mic can pick up.Read moreGo to the glossary accentuates vocals, supercardioidPicks up most sound in front of the microphone and very little from the sides, making it more directional than a cardioid mic. Read moreGo to the glossary pattern isolates from other sound sources
CondenserCondenser microphones are more sensitive, give a smooth, natural sound and need to be powered.Read moreGo to the glossary vocal microphone has supercardioidPicks up most sound in front of the microphone and very little from the sides, making it more directional than a cardioid mic. Read moreGo to the glossary polar patternPolar pattern describes how well the microphone hears sound from different directions.Read moreGo to the glossary and a smooth, tailored response for warm, accurate sound.
Vocal mic with smooth, tailored response for a warm, natural sound. Ideal fo ruse with in ear monitors

Headsets – for use with SLX1 bodypack transmitter

A headworn electretAn electret microphone is small, and like a condenser, is sensitive and gives a smooth, natural sound.Read moreGo to the glossary condenserCondenser microphones are more sensitive, give a smooth, natural sound and need to be powered.Read moreGo to the glossary mic for wireless use for maximum mobility
A nearly invisible ultra-thin, fully adjustable design
For a warm, natural sound - supercardioidPicks up most sound in front of the microphone and very little from the sides, making it more directional than a cardioid mic. Read moreGo to the glossary design
The smallest & lightest microphone - it is practically invisible to your audience
The smallest & lightest microphone; it is practically invisible to your audience

Lavaliers – for use with SLX1 bodypack transmitter

OmnidirectionalEqually sensitive to sound from all directions, but cannot be „aimed“ to isolate one area.Read moreGo to the glossary miniature lavalier condenser microphoneCondenser microphones are more sensitive, give a smooth, natural sound and need to be powered.Read moreGo to the glossary providing a full clear sound.
Premium omnidirectionalEqually sensitive to sound from all directions, but cannot be „aimed“ to isolate one area.Read moreGo to the glossary lavalier microphone
Premium supercardioidPicks up most sound in front of the microphone and very little from the sides, making it more directional than a cardioid mic. Read moreGo to the glossary lavalier microphone
Premium cardioidPicks up most sound in front of the microphone and some from the sides. It is less susceptible to feedback in high volume environments.Read moreGo to the glossary lavalier microphone
Professional subminiature electretAn electret microphone is small, and like a condenser, is sensitive and gives a smooth, natural sound.Read moreGo to the glossary condenserCondenser microphones are more sensitive, give a smooth, natural sound and need to be powered.Read moreGo to the glossary lavalier microphone with omnidirectionalEqually sensitive to sound from all directions, but cannot be „aimed“ to isolate one area.Read moreGo to the glossary polar patternPolar pattern describes how well the microphone hears sound from different directions.Read moreGo to the glossary
Professional subminiature electretAn electret microphone is small, and like a condenser, is sensitive and gives a smooth, natural sound.Read moreGo to the glossary condenserCondenser microphones are more sensitive, give a smooth, natural sound and need to be powered.Read moreGo to the glossary lavalier microphone with cardioidPicks up most sound in front of the microphone and some from the sides. It is less susceptible to feedback in high volume environments.Read moreGo to the glossary polar patternPolar pattern describes how well the microphone hears sound from different directions.Read moreGo to the glossary
All-purpose, rugged, easy to hide micro-lavalier

Instrument Options – for use with SLX1 bodypack transmitter

Condenser microphoneCondenser microphones are more sensitive, give a smooth, natural sound and need to be powered.Read moreGo to the glossary for brass or percussion instruments, flexible integrated gooseneck with clip-on clamp for precise positioning

Frequency ranges and power output for the transmitters

Band    

Range           

Power Output

G4E

470-494 MHz

30 mW

G5E

494-518 MHz 

30 mW

K3E*

606-630 MHz

10 mW

L4E

638-662 MHz 

30 mW

P4

702-726 MHz 

30 mW

S6**

838-865 MHz

10mW

* Primary UK frequency version covering Channel 38. Usable now and after the 2012 switchover. 

** Can be used after 2012 switchover if tuned to licence free deregulated spectrum (863-865) ONLY.

Channel 38 switchover information and helpline 01992 703038

Please note that a valid license is required to operate wireless equipment in Channel 38. Contact JFMG at www.jfmg.co.uk for details.

System technical specifications

  • Compatible systems per frequencyThis is how many times a sound or radio wave oscillates in one second.Read moreGo to the glossary band (up to): 14
  • Selectable frequencies: 960
  • Auto Setup Features: Scan/Sync
  • Audio Reference Companding: Yes
  • Included Antennas: Removeable 1/4-wave
  • Antenna Options: Yes
  • Receiver Network Ability: No
  • PC Control: No
  • Rack Hardware: Included
  • Case: Optional System Case (WA610)
  • Transmitter Display: Backlit LCD + Multi-color LED
  • Receiver Display: LCD + LEDs
  • Battery, Endurance: 2AA, >8 h

Further Technical Specs

  • Dimensions: 42 mm H x 197 mm W x 134 mm D (1.65 x 7.76 x 5.28 in.)
  • Weight: 816 g (1 lb. 13 oz.)
  • Housing: Galvanized steel
  • Audio Output Level (ref. +/– 38 kHz deviation with 1 kHz tone)
    • XLR connector (into 600 Ω load): –13 dBV
    • 1/4 inch connector (into 3000 Ω load): –2 dBV
  • Output ImpedanceThis describes how resistant an electrical circuit is to the flow of electricity passing through it.Read moreGo to the glossary
    • XLR connector: 200 Ω
    • 1/4 inch connector: 1kΩ
  • XLR output
    • ImpedanceThis describes how resistant an electrical circuit is to the flow of electricity passing through it.Read moreGo to the glossary balanced
    • Pin 1: Ground
    • Pin 2: (+)
    • Pin 3: (-)
  • SensitivityThis is how mich signal a microphone produces for a given amount of sound.Read moreGo to the glossary–105 dBm for 12 dB SINAD, typical
  • Image Rejection: >70 dB, typical
  • Power Requirements: 12–18 Vdc at 150 mA, supplied by external power supply
  • Operating Range Under Typical Conditions: 100m (300 ft.) Note: Actual range depends on RF signal absorption, reflection, and interference
  • Audio Frequency ResponseThis is the range of frequencies, from the lowest to the highest, that a mic can pick up.Read moreGo to the glossary (+/– 2 dB)
    • Minimum: 45 Hz
    • Maximum: 15 kHz
    • Note: Overall system frequencyThis is how many times a sound or radio wave oscillates in one second.Read moreGo to the glossary depends on microphone element.
  • Total Harmonic DistortionTotal Harmonic Distortion is a measure of how much electrical noise a device produces. Read moreGo to the glossary (ref. +/– 38 kHz deviation, 1 kHz tone): 0.5%, typical
  • Dynamic RangeThis is the difference between the queitest and loudest sound that a mic can pick up.Read moreGo to the glossary>100 dB A-weighted
  • Operating Temperature Range: –18°C (0°F) to +50°C (+122°F) Note: battery characteristics may limit this range
  • Transmitter Audio Polarity: Positive pressure on microphone diaphragm (or positive voltage applied to tip of WA302 phone plug) produces positive voltage on pin 2 (with respect to pin 3 of low impedanceThis describes how resistant an electrical circuit is to the flow of electricity passing through it.Read moreGo to the glossary output) and the tip of the high impedanceThis describes how resistant an electrical circuit is to the flow of electricity passing through it.Read moreGo to the glossary 1/4-inch output.)
  • Logic Connections (SLX4L only)
    • Pin 1: Logic output, Transmitter Mute Status. Mute=low (0 V). Sinks up to 100 mA. Absolute maximum -0.7 to 5.5V DC
    • Pin 2: Logic ground
    • Pin 3: Logic output, Battery Status. Good=low (0 V). Sinks up to 100 mA. Absolute maximum -0.7 to 5.5V DC