Includes PG88 Dual Diversity Receiver and 2 PG2/PG58 Handheld Microphone Transmitters. Ideal for lead and backing vocals in live performance or karaoke.
Includes PG88 Dual Diversity Receiver and 2 PG2/PG58 Handheld Microphone Transmitters. Ideal for lead and backing vocals in live performance or karaoke. Performance Gear Dual Vocal Wireless System.
A comprehensive first step into professional wireless, Performance Gear Wireless Systems are engineered to the same uncompromising quality standards as PGX, SLX, ULX and UHF-R wireless. Marrying superior sound quality and stage-proven endurance with advanced features like Internal Antenna Diversity and electable frequencies and variable companding, Performance Gear Wireless fulfils the promise of independent, confident performance through freedom from the wire.
- Reliable wireless performance
- Up to 8 compatible systems (across multiple bands)
- Shure's patented microprocessor-controlled predictive diversity Confident, portable setup
- Up to 10 selectable frequencies (frequency agility)
- Internal Antenna Diversity
- Durable construction Superior sound quality
- Variable companding ratio for clear sound (based on Shure's patented Audio Reference Companding)
- Channel 38
- Internal 1/4” antennas
- Microprocessor controlled diversity
- Channel display LED
- 1/4" and XLR audio outputs
HANDHELD AND BODYPACK TRANSMITTER FEATURES
- PG58 handheld microphone
- Bodypack works with headworn, lavalier and instrument microphones and cables
- Multi-function LED indicator (power, lockout, mute, low battery)
- 9V battery (included) provide 8 hours of continuous use
- 75m (250 ft.) operating range
The wireless system shall operate in the UHF band between 536 MHz and 865 MHz, with the specific available frequency range being dependent on the user?s locale. Effective range of the system, receiver to transmitter, shall be 75 meters (250 ft.), under optimal conditions. Each system shall allow selection of over 10 operating frequencies across 12 MHz of bandwidth in order to avoid RF interference. Optimal frequencies shall be selected, ensuring that individual systems run at their highest level of performance, and that multiple systems in simultaneous use do not interfere with one another.
Each transmitter shall be powered by one 9V batteries. Transmitters shall have a power on?off/mute switch, as well as multi-function LED indicator showing locked/unlocked status, mute status, and battery strength. Available transmitters shall include a bodypack for use with guitars, basses, and other instruments, as well as lavalier, headset or instrument microphones, and a handheld transmitter for vocals. The bodypack shall include a 3?position switch and the handheld transmitter shall include a 2?position switch to compensate for higheror lower-gain devices. Both transmitters shall feature an easily accessible channel selection button for system synchronization. The receiver shall have a channel display LED. The system shall use diversity variable companding technology to improve reception, minimize signal dropouts, and achieve the best possible signal-to-noise ratio, and shall include an audio level meter. The system shall be the Shure Performance Gear Wireless.
System Working Range 75m (250 ft.)
Note: actual range depends on RF signal absorption, reflection, and interference
Audio Channel Response Minimum: 45 Hz
Maximum: 15 kHz
(Overall system frequency depends on microphone element.)
Total Harmonic Distortion
Ref. +/? 33 kHz deviation, 1 kHz tone
Dynamic Range >100 dB A-weighted
Operating Temperature Range ?18?C (0?F) to +57?C (+135?F)
Note: battery characteristics may limit this range
Transmitter Audio Polarity Positive pressure on microphone diaphragm (or positive voltage applied to tip of WA302 phone
plug) produces positive voltage on pin 2 (with respect to pin 3 of low impedance output) and the tip
of the high impedance 1/4-inch output.