Shure BLX14 PG Analogue Wireless Guitar System
Experience freedom from cables: loose your self from their constriction and give the performance of your life! Seriously, a good guitar wireless system is worth it's weight in gold. Not only can you run and jump and whatever else on stage without unplugging yourself it also gives you the freedom to move about more freely onstage to communicate with other band members or even just nip out to the front during sound check to see how things sound from the audience perspective!
This system uses the same BLX4 receiver as featured in man of Shure's top end analogue wireless packages so you can rest assured you're buying a solid reliable system you can depend on on night after night after night!
- WA302 Instrument Cable Instrument cable .75m, 4-pin mini connector (TA4F) to 1/4-inch connector, can be used with all current Shure Transmitters
- BLX1 Bodypack Transmitter
- BLX4 Receiver Up to 12 compatible systems (region dependent), Microprocessor-controlled internal antenna diversity, One touch QuickScan locates the best open Frequency, ¼" and XLR audio outputs
WHAT RECEIVER COMES WITH THE PG WIRELESS GUITAR SYSTEM?
The PG Wireless Guitar System comes with the Analogue Wireless Receiver BLX4 that provides improved linearity and frequency response.
The receiver BLX is ready to perform right out of the box and is the clearest choice for performers who wish to unplug from the wire. It’s also available as rack mount, metal receiver and Dual Receiver.
HOW MANY MUSICIANS CAN USE THIS SYSTEM SIMULTANEOUSLY?
Up to 12 compatible channels per group with group and channel scan for easy set-up.
WHY INTERNAL ANTENNAS?
For ideal signal strength, antennas on a wireless system need to be set up in a certain way. The internal antennas on the BLX receiver are already set in this ideal way, offering up to 100 m operating range and optimal signal strength.
Additionally internal antennas cannot be broken during setup, use or transport.
IS THE SETUP REALLY THAT EASY?
Yes, with one button you can start the group and channel scan, which gives you the best open frequency. Adjust the transmitter to the same channel and you’re ready to go.
WHAT DOES “LINEARITY” MEAN?
The proportion between input signal of the transmitter and output signal of the receiver is always constant.
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Order now for delivery to you on Thursday, 22 November 2018
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