The BLX14R/B98 Instrument Wireless System with Beta 98H/C Mic from Shure includes a BLX1 bodypack transmitter, a BLX4R single-channel rackmountable receiver, and a Beta 98H/C microphone. It is designed for use with saxophones, woodwinds, and brass instruments, as well as for percussion. The system is set up for Shure's H9 frequency band and operates from 512 to 542 MHz.
The BLX4R receiver has a front-panel dual-color LED status indicator that glows green for normal levels and red when clipping for fast metering. It has both an XLR and 1/4" instrument output for connecting your instrument to a variety of equipment such as mixing boards or PA systems. The one-touch QuickScan feature automatically tunes the receiver to the clearest channel available and displays it on the front-panel LCD screen to allow you to tune the transmitter. The unit can be rackmounted with the included rackmount kit. The BLX1 is powered by two included AA batteries for up to 14 hours. The system has a 300' line-of-sight range of operation.
The Beta 98H/C mic has a 10' flexible cable as well as a gooseneck with ratcheting swivel joint that allows for a variety of placement options. Its clip is designed to clamp onto the bell of your sax, woodwind, or brass instrument, or on the rim of your percussion instrument. It can handle an SPL of up to 155 dB, making it well suited for the volume levels of most brass, woodwind, or percussion instruments.
The BLX1 Bodypack Transmitter from Shure is designed for use with Shure's BLX wireless systems. It is set to the H9 frequency band and operates between 512 and 542 MHz. It has a TQG input and can be used with Shure lavalier, headset, earset and instrument microphones. With the optional WA302 adapter cable, the BLX1 can be used as a transmitter for guitar. The unit has a top panel mounted on/off switch as well as volume control for quick access while speaking or performing. The BLX1 is powered by the two included AA batteries for up to 14 hours.
The BLX4 Wireless Receiver from Shure is a single-channel receiver set to Shure's H9 frequency band and operates between 512 to 542 MHz. It has microprocessor-controlled internal antenna diversity for reduced signal interference and dropouts. The one-touch QuickScan frequency selection feature allows you to quickly locate the frequency with the least amount of interference available.
Its front-panel dual-color LED status indicator displays green for normal levels and red when clipping for fast metering. It has an XLR output in additional to an instrument level ¼" output. The BLX4 can be used with up to 11 other compatible systems simultaneously per frequency band.
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