Shure BLX24R - Beta 58A (M17, 662-686 MHz) Wireless Handheld Set
Shure's BLX24R - Beta 58A analogue wireless handheld set doesn't just look solid, it has a solid sound to match. This quality set pairs up a rack-mountable BLX4R receiver and a BLX2 transmitter with a Beta 58A microphone head, and is quite easy to work with. Thanks to its Shure QuickScan function, it automatically selects the right frequency, ensuring an optimal connection. This durable wireless set is yours for a very reasonable price.
Shure BLX2 Handheld Transmitter with a Beta 58A Microphone Capsule
The Shure BLX2 transmitter has an impressive maximum range of 100 yards. Two AA batteries keep it powered for up to fourteen hours, so you'll never be left hanging in the middle of a show. Thanks to its hard plastic housing, the transmitter is both highly durable and lightweight at the same time. Fitted on top of the Shure BLX2 you'll find a Beta 58A microphone head. If you think that blue rim around its grille looks familiar, you're right - you've probably spotted this world-renowned mic head at dozens of concerts and festivals. Its capsule boasts a number of practical characteristics, such as a super-cardioid pickup pattern and a wide frequency range. As such, it reduces feedback to a minimum, and beautifully captures your voice.
Shure BLX4R Receiver
To complement this set's BLX2 transmitter, Shure has selected a Shure BLX4R receiver, which features two powerful antennas and a large LCD display that tells you all you need to know about audio and transmitter status. With a push of a button, Shure's QuickScan function automatically selects the best possible channel, resulting in clear, interference-free transmission. The receiver's output signal can be sent to a mixer using an XLR or a jack cable. Would you like to mount the BLX4R into your rack? No problem - the receiver even comes with all the necessary rack mounting materials.
- Number of microphones 1 microphone
- Battery type AA
- Battery life (approx.) 11-15 hours
- Frequency suitable for Belgium yes, licence required
- Frequency suitable for Netherlands yes, no licence required
- Frequency suitable for UK yes, with standard licence
- Worldwide frequency use no
- Frequency band Shure M17 (662 - 686 MHz)
- Channel 45 (662 - 670 MHz), 46 (670 - 678 MHz), 47 (678 - 686 MHz)
- Maximum SPL 140 dB - 149 dB
- Maximum frequency 15 - 15.9 kHz
- Minimum frequency