Offering 5.8GHz – more than twice the bandwidth of Shure’s first-generation device – the GLX-D+ intelligently avoids interference and selects the cleanest frequency to make dropouts less likely.
Shure has launched the new-generation GLX-D+ Dual Band Wireless System.
The system, which features more than twice the bandwidth as its predecessor, can operate in 2.4GHz and 5.8GHz, providing a reliable and consistent signal by automatically selecting the cleanest available frequencies.
The device’s rechargeable battery offers up to 12 hours of runtime, with a quick-charge facility that can provide 90 minutes of operation from a 15-minute charge. The lithium-Ion SB904 battery can be charged directly on the tabletop and half-rack receivers or through a USB-C connector on the transmitter.
The GLX-D+ features improved RF performance, antenna distribution and automatic frequency management for up to 11 half-rack systems in typical environments (16 under optimal conditions), when using separately available frequency manager (GLXD+FM) and directional antenna accessories.
Eduardo Valdes, Shure’s associate vice-president of global marketing, said: “From modest concert halls and auditoriums to the largest global tours and stages – musicians, presenters and houses of worship count on Shure wireless microphone systems to instill the confidence that their performances will be extraordinary.
“The GLX-D+ provides effortless set-up, eliminating barriers to entry for those who want to take their first step on their wireless journey.”
The tabletop and rack mountable GLX-D+ systems are available with the SM58, BETA 58A and BETA 87A handheld wireless microphone options.