The Shure SLXD124/85 offers presenters, instructors, clergy, and performers a wireless microphone system that's dependable, easy to set up, and features crystal-clear digital sound quality. Built around a rugged, single-channel, half-rack receiver with removable antennas, the system is ideally suited for portable rigs or long-term installations in small- to medium-sized venues, event spaces, conference rooms, houses of worship, and education facilities.
The SLX-D operates in the UHF band to transmit high-quality, 24-bit digital audio with over 120 dB of dynamic range for crisp, detailed sound. It utilizes Digital Predictive Switching Diversity to protect the transmission from interference and deliver a solid, reliable RF signal without dropouts.
This combo configuration comes with a bodypack transmitter and a WL185 cardioid lavalier microphone optimized for speech intelligibility. Also included is an SLXD2 handheld transmitter featuring an interchangeable microphone capsule design and equipped with the SM58 cardioid dynamic capsule, an industry standard for vocalists and presenters. The transmitters offer a selectable 1/10mW RF power output and a transmission range up to 330'. Both the lightweight metal handheld transmitter and tough plastic bodypack transmitter provide up to 8 hours of operation on two AA batteries or an SB903 rechargeable battery (available separately).
The all-metal, rackmount SLXD4 receiver features an intuitive LCD interface with meters for RF, battery status, and audio output. It also offers 60 dB of gain control, and both mic/line XLR and 1/4" instrument outputs. Additional features include automatic frequency scanning and IR sync to easily link the transmitter and receiver to the same frequency.
With up to 32 mic channels available at the same time, the SLX-D is ready to expand as your needs grow. What’s more, setting up multiple systems is made fast and easy via the Ethernet port, which links them together for quick, coordinated frequency scans from a single receiver.
Note: While this system includes two transmitters, only one can be used at a time with this single-channel receiver.