The Shure PGX2/SM58 Handheld Transmitter comprised of the PGX2 wireless microphone transmitter fitted with the SM58 Microphone Head. The Shure PGX2 transmitter features a multi-function status LED (po... Click To Read More About This Product
The Shure PGX2/SM58 Handheld Transmitter comprised of the PGX2 wireless microphone transmitter fitted with the SM58 Microphone Head. The Shure PGX2 transmitter features a multi-function status LED (power, lockout, mute and low battery), automatic transmitter setup, power and mute switch, and has an operating range of 300 ft. It operates on two "AA" size batteries. The legendary Shure SM58 vocal microphone is tuned to accentuate the warmth and clarity of lead and back-up vocals. It is consistently the first choice of performers everywhere.
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It performs better than I expected. My primary microphones up to this point have been Electrovoice wired mics. This is my 1st experience with a wireless mic and my 1st experience with the tried & proved SM58. I am very pleased with the quality and range of this mic.
This microphone has a gain control under the head of the microphone for louder vocals.
I bought this to go along with my headset using a PGX2 receiver. I don't have any distortion with mine. Of course I stay 4"-6" away from the mic. If someone is used to "eating the mic" as you have to do to be heard with some dynamic mics, this could be causing the distortion. There's also a gain setting under the wind screen that may help the previous writer. I've been singing for 45 years and find this to be better than most of my previous mics, including my wired SM58.
I bought this mic to go along with my PGX hands free reciver. It sends a great signal but the mic does not have a Gain control and so I constantly find that it distorts. I would not recomend that you purchase this mic if you are a singer or loud preacher. It sends out a great signal but the distortion messes it all up. look into other mics with gain control if your sending loud signals.