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Handheld Wireless System
Features SM58 Handheld Microphone
The SLX24/SM58 Handheld Wireless System is part of the SLX wireless systems family.
SLX Wireless Systems are powerful wireless tools that can be set up quickly and used confidently by installers and working bands. Features include auto frequency scan with transmitter setup, exceptional wireless clarity, and Shure patented Audio Reference Companding.
Includes SLX2/SM58, SLX4 receiver, microphone clip, rackmount kit, two 1/4 wave antennas, power supply, 2 AA batteries, protective bumpers with 8 screws, vinyl bag, and user guide.
Single-channel Diversity Receiver with optional logic output. Up to 42 compatible systems (multi-band).
(Model SLX4L is available with logic output for use with software echo cancellation and remote battery life monitoring. Logic-enabled transmitters include MX690 and MX890.)
Note: When purchasing separate wireless components, please match their frequency bands to ensure proper system operation.
SLX Wireless Systems feature the patented Audio Reference Companding for crystal-clear sound beyond the limits of conventional wireless technology.
Automatic Frequency Selection
Automatic Transmitter Setup
960 Selectable frequencies across 24 MHz bandwidth
Detachable 1/4 wave antennas
RF presence LED
5-segment audio meter
Multi-function, backlit LCD
Low battery indicator
Frequency and power lockout
Rugged metal chassis
Volume control on rear of unit
1/2 rack design
Furnished rack hardware
Non-slip bumpers for use out of rack
XLR and 1/4′ outputs
Optional logic functionality for software echo cancellation and remote battery life monitoring (SLX4L only)
Handheld Wireless Microphone Transmitter
With an interchangeable SM58 microphone cartridge, the SLX2/SM58 includes a timed backlit LCD display, frequency and power lockout, and Mute functionality.
Works with SLX Wireless Systems
Offers up to 8 hours of continuous battery life with AA alkaline or rechargeable batteries
Includes SLX2/SM58, 2 AA batteries, microphone clip, and user guide