|At Winter NAMM show 2013 in Anaheim, Shure Incorporated introduced BLX Wireless Systems providing easy setup and operation for reliable wireless performance. Ruggedly engineered and ready to take from box to stage, the BLX series is targetting musicians, singers, and presenters who want the best in professional wireless products at an affordable price. The BLX series will alse be showcased at Prolight + Sound show 2013, Frankfurt.|
The BLX Wireless Systems come in a variety of receiver options, including a half-rack size for installed applications. BLX systems perform right out of the box, for complex environments, RF interference can be avoided with Shure’s one-touch QuickScan frequency scanning feature, which quickly locates the best open frequency channel.
“BLX is about making great performance available to everyone. The audio in BLX is engineered to match the tailored, refined sound of Shure’s high-end analog wireless systems, and it includes significant improvements in wireless stability,” said Erik Vaveris, Category Director for Wireless Products at Shure. “BLX also offers a choice in receiver form factors. The lightweight and ultra-portable BLX4 and BLX88 are perfect for musicians on-the-go. The BLX4R uses Shure’s durable half-rack chassis with removable antennas and includes everything you need to install it in an equipment rack.”
BLX Wireless Systems deliver a performance range of up to 300 feet, with up to 14 hours of battery life from two AA batteries. Systems are available in a wide offering of bodypack and handheld configurations with multiple handheld, lavalier, instrument, and headset microphone choices.
The BLX1 bodypack transmitter is equipped with a TQG connection for use with Shure lavalier, headset, earset, and instrument microphones and guitar cables. It has adjustable gain control and a lightweight, rugged construction. The BLX2 handheld transmitter with -10dB gain attenuation offers integrated microphone capsule options, including Shure’s PG58, SM58, and Beta58A.
The BLX receivers allow for up to 12 compatible systems per frequency band, provide One-touch QuickScan frequency selection, and connect to mixers/amplifiers using XLR and ¼” output connectors. Users have the choice of one dual channel receiver and two single channel receivers, one of which comes in a half-rack sized enclosure with mount kit.