The PG58 is a respected vocal mic that offers Shure sound quality and ruggedness at an affordable price. This wireless system has two PG58 capsules and a Receiver designed to accept both mics at the same time. Save money and set up hassle compared to buying two complete systems!
- 2x PG58 Capsule Dynamic vocal microphone with professional quality and analogue handheld transmitter. Integrated microphone capsule design
- 2x BLX2 Transmitter Power and battery status LED, Adjustable gain control, Quick and easy frequency matching, up to 14 hours of continuous use, 100 m operating range
- BLX88 Receiver Up to 12 compatible systems (region dependent), Microprocessor-controlled internal antenna diversity, One touch QuickScan locates the best open Frequency, 1/4" and XLR audio outputs
WHAT IS THE PG58 BEST SUITED TO?
The PG58 has been tuned specifically for vocal applications and is mainly used by amateur/semi-pro lead and backup vocal artists with some experience in live performance.
WHAT RECEIVER COMES WITH THE PG WIRELESS DUAL VOCAL SYSTEM?
The PG Wireless Vocal System comes with the Analogue Wireless Dual Receiver BLX88 that provides improved linearity and frequency response.
The receiver BLX88 is ready to perform right out of the box and is the clearest choice for performers who wish to unplug.
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.
HOW DOES THE BLX RECEIVER PERFORM COMPARED TO WIRED?
The frequency response of the wireless microphone is almost identical to the frequency response of a wired mic. Also the dynamic performance is almost the same.
WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE OLD AND THE NEW “PG WIRELESS SYSTEM”?
With the old PG Wireless System “PG” is the name for the microphones as well as for the receivers. With the new system, the name “PG” stands for the whole line of microphones in differentiation to SM and Beta microphones. The receivers name is “BLX”. This receiver is also part of SM and Beta Wireless Systems.
The new PG Wireless Systems come with the Analogue Wireless Receivers that provide improved linearity and frequency response as well as up to 12 compatible channels per group with group and channel scan for easy set-up.