Shure PGXD24/SM58 Wireless Digital Microphone System with SM58 Microphone includes:
- PGXD2 Handheld Transmitter with SM58 Handheld Microphone
- PGXD4 Wireless Receiver
PGX Digital adds the clarity of 24-bit digital audio to the famed PGX line of Shure wireless products. Offering tailored wireless solutions for vocalists, guitarists, and presenters, PGX Digital combines the trusted legacy of Shure microphones with state of the art, 24-bit digital wireless technology that delivers strong, clean RF performance. The result is wireless audio that sounds like wired, rock-solid RF signal, and simple setup and operation.
The PGX Digital SM58® Vocal Wireless System from Shure adds the clarity of 24-bit digital audio to the legacy of trusted Shure microphone options for wireless performance. This system includes the legendary SM58®, an industry-standard, highly versatile cardioid
dynamic vocal microphone, tailored to deliver warm and clear vocal reproduction under extreme conditions. Included: PGXD4 wireless receiver, SM58 microphone with PGXD2 handheld transmitter, padded hard shell case, microphone clip.
PGXD2 Handheld Transmitter with SM58 Features
- Cardioid dynamic vocal microphone tailored to deliver warm and clear vocal
- Extremely durable design to handle even the harshest conditions
- Power, mute, and battery status LED
- Up to 10 hours of continuous use from 2 AA batteries
- 200 ft (60 m) operating range
- Rugged construction for reliable performance show after show
PGXD4 Wireless Receiver Features
- 24-bit / 48 kHz 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 systems can be used at once
- ¼” and XLR audio outputs
- Included padded carrying case for portability and protection
- Audio Input Level: +5dBV maximum at -10dB gain position / -5dBV maximum at 0dB gain position
- Gain Adjustment Range: 10dB
- RF Output Level: 10mW maximum (dependent on applicable country regulations)
- Housing: Molded PC/ABS handle and battery cup
- Dimensions (including SM58 cartridge): 10" x 2" x 2"
- Weight: 10.2 oz without batteries
- Power: 2 "AA" size batteries
- Battery Life: Up to 9 hours
- Dimensions: 40 mm H X 181 mm W X 104 mm D (1.6 x 7.125 x 4.1 in.)
- Weight: 289 g (10.2 oz.)
- Housing: ABS
- Audio Output Level: (ref. ± 38 kHz deviation, 1 kHz tone): XLR connector (into 3000 O load): -2.5 dBV / 1/4 inch connector (into 10000 O load): +10 dBV
- Impedance: XLR: 50 O / 1/4 inch: 50 O
- Sensitivity: -102 dBm @ 10-5 BER
- Image Rejection: > 70 dB, typical
- XLR output: Impedance balanced; Pin 1: Ground (cable shield), Pin 2: Audio, Pin 3: No Audio
- Audio LED: Red: 2 dB below clip, Amber: 12 dB below clip, Green: 50 dB below clip
- Power Requirements:12-18 Vdc at 150 mA, supplied by external power supply
- Pin Assignments:XLR: 1=ground, 2=hot, 3=cold6.35 mm (1/4”) TRS: Tip=audio, Ring=no audio,Sleeve=ground
- Operating Range: 60 m (200 ft.) under typical conditions. Note: actual range depends on RF signal absorption, reflection and interference.
- RF Carrier Range: X8: 902–928 MHz, X8A: 915–928 MHz, X8B: 902–907.5 MHz, 915–928 MHz (Note: varies by region)
Audio Frequency Response (± 2dB): 20-20000 MHz
- System Gain: PGXD2: 0 dB at minimum gain setting, 6.35 mm (1/4“) connector / -12.5 dB at minimum gain setting, XLR output
PGXD1: -54.5 dBV/Pa at -10 dB gain setting, with SM58 catridge, XLR output
- 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). Note: battery characteristics may limit this range.
When you buy or rent a wireless system, someone has to select an operating frequency (for fixed-frequency systems) or an operating frequency range (for frequency-agile systems). To do this job correctly, the dealer will need to know two things, and you will usually need to provide this information. They are:
- The location or area where the wireless system will be used. Alternately, the channel numbers of the local TV stations can be provided. This allows the dealer to avoid TV frequencies when selecting frequencies.
- The frequency, model and type of any other wireless microphone systems that will be in use at the same location. This allows the dealer to avoid using the same frequencies,frequencies that are too close together, or frequencies which interact. It also allows the dealer to determine if the maximum possible number of wireless systems will be exceeded. Existing equipment may have the frequency information inside the battery pack area.