ShureGLXD14R Wireless Guitar System


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Shure GLXD14R

The GLXD14R system from Shure provides everything you need to get started with wireless guitar use. It includes WA302 guitar cable, SB902 lithium-ion battery, GLXD1 bodypack, and GLXD4R rackmount wireless receiver.

Thanks to Shure's LINKFREQ frequency management system, setting the correct wireless frequency band for your transmitter has never been easier. It automatically selects the optimal frequency band and ensures noise free performance. The GLXD4R also features a front panel battery monitor and a charging port for the SB902. The SB902 is a lithium-ion battery for the GLXD1 that offers up to 16 hours of usage, letting you focus on your performance rather than your battery. Just 15 minutes of charging will get you 90 minutes of usage, which can be a life saver for a performance. Sitting securely on your person, the GLXD1 bodypack connects to your guitar via the WA302 guitar cable. The receiver and transmitter broadcast at 2.4GHz which is unlicensed and available worldwide. One of the best parts of the GLXD14R is the ability to expand your wireless setup with more systems from Shure.

GLXD14R Features

  • Wireless guitar system
  • GXD4R wireless receiver features bidirectional LINKFREQ technology which finds the optimal frequency band to assign to the transmitter and follows frequency changes
  • SB902 lithium-ion battery has up to 16 hour of usage
  • Unlicensed 2.4GHz frequency band works worldwide
  • 200ft / 61m broadcast radius
  • GLXD4 features one XLR, one 1/4", and one USB microB outputs
  • Lithium-ion battery provides up to 16 hours of usage
  • Operating range: 200ft / 61m in optimal indoor settings
  • Receiver output: XLR, 1/4", microB USB
  • System transmission frequency: 2.4GHz
  • Transmitter dimensions:3.56 x 2.54 x .9" / 90 x 64 x 22mm
  • Receiver dimensions: 1.7 x 7.8 x 6.4" / 43 x 198 x 162.5mm
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