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Wireless Microphone from Shure belonging to the QLX-D series.

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The new Shure QLX-D series of digital wireless systems features three systems for voice, guitar and brass/woodwinds.

The QLX-D wireless systems share the following features:

  • Wireless bandwidth up to 64MHz
  • Up to 67 systems per band
  • Automatic channel scan
  • 24-bit / 48kHz digital audio captures every performance detail
  • Frequency response: 20Hz - 20kHz
  • 2.9ms latency
  • Ethernet connexion allows for multiple system use
  • Over 120 dB of dynamic range eliminates transmitter gain adjustments
  • Pairing of transmitters and receivers over IR scan and sync
  • Networked channel scan configures open frequencies for connected receivers
  • Remote monitoring and control from iOS devices via ShurePlus Channels Mobile App or Workbench 6 software
  • AES-256 encryption comes standard for secure wireless transmission
  • Easy-to-use interface with high-contrast LCD menu
  • AMX/Crestron control system ready
  • All metal construction

Each model includes a receiver comprising a 60dB gain front control, an audio and RF LED bargraph with peak level, encryption key indicator, XLR mic/line and 1/4” jack instrument outputs and an RJ45 port.

The QLXD24 includes a handheld microphone with an SM58 replaceable cardioid dynamic capsule (also available with Beta58A, Beta 87A, Beta 87C, KSM9, KSM9H, SM86 and SM87A capsules). It is powered by two LR6 batteries or the optional SB900 Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery. A WA371 clamp is included. EU pricing of this model is 490.80€.

The QLXD14 use a choice of Lavalier microphones (WL183, WL184, WL185) with a QLXD4 receiver and a QLXD1 transmitter.

Those who prefer headworn mics can choose the QLXD14/SM35 with the SM35 headset mic and Shure also offers a combo pack with an SM58 handheld mic and a XL185 Lavalier model.

The QLXD14-K51 is designed for guitar and bass players. It features a rackable QLXD4E receiver, a QLXD1 beltpack transmitter and one WA305 instrument cable with 1/4” jack. The price of this pack is 1258€.

Last, the QLXD14-98H-k51 will help amplify brass and woodwind instruments. This system comprises a rackable QLDX4E receiver, a QLDX1 beltpack transmitter and a WB98H/C cardioid electrostatic microphone. This model in available in the EU for 1482€.

Visit www.shure.com for more.

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