SHURE

Product Description
Shure Lithium BatteryShure, the leader in wireless technology, has taken the next step in the evolution of the handheld wireless system. Shure’s groundbreaking LINKFREQ automatic frequency management technology with the world-renown SM58 microphone has unparalled features and construction. GLX-D Wireless Systems define the standard for seamless ease of operation and exceptional digital audio clarity.

Shure GLXD24 SM58 Handheld Wireless System Features
LINKFREQ Automatic Frequency Management
Revolutionary intelligent frequency management quickly identifies the best open channels
Bi-directional communication enables the transmitter to follow any frequency change on the receiver automatically
Continuous interference monitoring avoids signal interruption by automatically and seamlessly switching to backup frequencies without performance interruption.
Globally-unlicensed 2.4 GHz frequency band allows operation of up to 8 compatible systems

GLXD2 Handheld Transmitter:
Automatically links with GLX-D wireless receivers for seamless frequency changing
Up to 16 hours of continuous, rechargeable use with Shure proprietary lithium-ion rechargeable batteries
Up to 200 feet (60m) transmission radius (line of sight)
Integrated microphone capsule design, featuring legendary SM58
Sophisticated design with durable, lightweight construction

GLXD4 Single Channel Receiver
Hi-res LCD screen status display
Real-time battery run-time displayed in hours and minutes (accurate within +/- 15 minutes)
Remote adjustable transmitter gain control
Integrated battery charge port for proprietary Shure lithium-ion transmitter batteries, two-color charge indicator LED
Green: Charged
Flashing Green: 90% charged
Red: Charging
XLR and 1/4 inch output connectors
Lightweight, durable construction

Shure GLXD Vocal Wireless System with SM58 Microphone Includes:
(1) Microphone clip
(1) PS42US Power supply
(1) SB902 Rechargeable Lithium-ion Battery
(1) USB Charge Cable
(1) Carrying Case

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