Shure PGXD14 Digital Wireless System for Guitar/Bass


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The Shure PGXD14 Digital Wireless System uses 24-bit digital wireless technology to deliver strong, clean RF performance for Guitar/Bass. A PGXD1 bodypack transmitter pairs up with a PGXD4 Wireless Receiver to deliver 24-bit/48kHz digital audio and absolute reliability.

The Shure PGXD14 Digital Wireless System for Guitar/Bass, with state-of-the-art, 24-bit digital audio and trusted Shure PGXD4 Wireless Receiver, PGXD1 Bodypack Transmitter, and a WA302 Instrument Cable, delivers stunning sound and a strong, clean RF signal.

Shure PGXD4 Wireless Receiver
The Shure PGXD4 Receiver offers innovative 24-bit, 48 kHz digital audio technology for wireless that sounds like wired. True digital diversity means two antennas and two independent receivers are constantly working to provide rock-solid RF signal, and one touch scan finds a clear frequency instantly, making set up a snap.

Shure PGXD1 Bodypack Transmitter
Powerful yet compact, the Shure PGXD1 transmits wireless audio from instrument or microphone sources with pure digital clarity and rock-solid reliability.

Shure WA302 Instrument Cable
The Shure WA302 Instrument Cable is designed to connect the T1, UT1, SC1, BLX1, PG1, PGX1, GLXD1, QLXD1, SLX1, LX1, ULX1, UC1, UR1, UR1M and U1 body-pack trasmitter to a guitar or other instrument. It features a 2.5 foot (0.75 m), length with 1/4-inch plug and 4-pin mini connector (TA4F) (supplied with instrument systems).

Shure PGXD14 Digital Wireless System for Guitar/Bass Features

  • Overall System
    • Professional quality 24-bit digital audio
    • Digital RF technology for rock-solid performance
    • Wide variety of rugged and dependable Shure microphones
    • One-touch setup and operation
    • Up to 10 hours of battery life
    • Up to 200 foot range (line-of-sight)
    • 900 MHz operation—free from white spaces or DTV interference
  • Shure PGXD4 Wireless Receiver
    • 24-bit / 48kHz digital technology for incredibly accurate sound
    • Automatic frequency selection locates a clear channel instantly
    • One-touch sync automatically syncs the transmitter and receiver
    • True digital diversity for rock-solid wireless signal reliability
    • Up to 5 compatible channels per frequency band
    • 1/4" and XLR audio outputs
    • Padded carrying case for portability and protection
  • Shure PGXD1 Bodypack Transmitter
    • Rugged, compact bodypack with belt clip
    • 20 Hz – 20 kHz frequency range captures every nuance of tone
    • Power, mute, and battery status LED
    • 200 ft (60 m) operating range
    • Up to 10 hours of continuous use from 2 AA batteries
    • Recessed dial on side provides 26 dB of continuously adjustable gain
    • Lockable interface prevents accidental setting change
  • Shure WA302 Instrument Cable
    • A 2.5 foot (.75 m) long instrument cable
    • Connects the T1, UT1, SC1, BLX1, PG1, PGX1, GLXD1, QLXD1, SLX1, LX1, ULX1, UC1, UR1, UR1M and U1 body-pack trasmitter to a guitar or other instrument
    • Terminated as 4 Pin Mini Connector (TA4F) to 1/4-inch Connector

Shure PGXD14 Digital Wireless System for Guitar/Bass Specifications

  • Overall System Specs:
    • Operating Range: 60 m (200 ft.)
    • Audio Frequency Response (± 2dB): 20-20,000 Hz
    • System Gain: XLR Output; -54.5 dBV/Pa at –10 dB Gain Setting
    • Total Harmonic Distortion: < 0.02%, A-Weighted, Typical (Ref. 1 kHz, 6 dB Below Input Clip)
    • Dynamic Range: >108 dB A-Weighted
    • Operating Temperature Range: -18°C (0°F) to +50°C (+122°F)
  • Shure PGXD4 Wireless Receiver:
    • Form Factor: Tabletop
    • Antenna: 2 x Fixed (Front-Mount)
    • Number of Audio Channels: 1
    • Audio I/O:
      • 1 x XLR 3-Pin Male Balanced Output (Lockable)
      • 1 x 1/4" Female Balanced/Unbalanced Output
    • Gain Range: 26 dB
    • Audio Output Level:
      • XLR Output: -2.5 dBV (Mic Level)
      • 1/4" Output: +10 dBV (Instrument Level)
    • Frequency Response: 20 Hz to 20 kHz (Dependent on Mic)
    • Impedance:
      • XLR Output: 50 Ohms (Balanced)
      • 1/4" Output: 50 Ohms (Balanced)
    • RF Output Power: 10 mW
    • Power Requirements: AC/DC Power Adapter
    • AC/DC Power Adapter: 12 VDC at 150 mA, Center-Positive (Included)
    • AC Input Power: 100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
    • Display & Indicators:
      • 1 x LED (Channel, Group)
      • 1 x LED (AF Level)
      • 1 x LED (Battery Status, RF Level)
    • Housing: Plastic
    • Operating Temperature: 0 to 122°F / -17 to 50°C
    • Dimensions: 7.1 x 1.6 x 4.1" / 181 x 40 x 104 mm
    • Weight: 10.2 oz / 289 g
  • Shure PGXD1 Bodypack Transmitter
    • Form Factor: Bodypack
    • RF Output Power: 10 mW
    • Audio I/O: 1 x TA4/Mini XLR 4-Pin Male Input
    • Off/On Switch: Yes
    • Audio Input Level: -16 to +10 dBV
    • Gain Range: 26 dB
    • Sync Method: IR
    • Antenna: 1 x Flexible Whip, Fixed (Beltpack)
    • Power Requirements: Battery, Type; 2 x AA (Included), Approx. Battery Life; 10 Hours
    • Display & Indicators: 1 x LED (Battery Status, Mute, Sync)
    • Housing: ABS
    • Dimensions: 2.5 x 4.3 x 0.7" / 64 x 108 x 19 mm
    • Weight: 4.5 oz / 128 g
  • Shure WA302 Instrument Cable:
    • Type: Instrument Cable
    • Length: 2.5 foot (.75 m)
    • Termination: 4 Pin Mini Connector (TA4F) to 1/4-inch Connector
    • Category: Accessory

Shure PGXD14 Digital Wireless System for Guitar/Bass Includes

  • 1 x Shure PGXD4 Wireless Receiver
  • 1 x Shure PGXD1 Bodypack Transmitter
  • 1 x Shure WA302 Instrument Cable
  • 1 x PS24 Power Supply
  • 2 x AA Batteries
  • 1 x Carrying Case
  • 1 x User Guide
  • 2 Year Warranty

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  • 5
    great !
    Tinus van Dyk

    Great sound from this wireless system , best in this price range.I run my custom acoustic guitar through it. Thanks to Ryan and the staff at Frontendaudio.