This PGXD 14/93 Digital Wireless System includes a PGXD1 Bodypack Transmitter with WL93 Lavalier Microphone and a PGXD4 Wireless Receiver. The PGX Digital Vocal Wireless System adds the clarity of 24-... Read More
This PGXD 14/93 Digital Wireless System includes a PGXD1 Bodypack Transmitter with WL93 Lavalier Microphone and a PGXD4 Wireless Receiver. The PGX Digital Vocal Wireless System adds the clarity of 24-bit digital audio to the renowned 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 rugged PGXD1 bodypack transmitter easily clips onto a belt or guitar strap, and provides you with a 20Hz - 20kHz frequency range, up to 10 hours of continuous use on 2 standard AA batteries (not included), and 200' of wireless freedom.
The PGXD4 receiver offers 24-bit/48kHz accurate sound, offers technology for incredibly accurate sound, auto frequency selection, and greater reliability thanks to its true digital diversity.
The WL93 Lavalier Microphone is an omnidirectional, subminiature, lavalier, condenser microphones designed for general speech applications where a visually unobtrusive microphone is desirable. It comes with a mounting block with attached tie bar, a sew-on mounting bracket, and an acoustic windscreen to minimize wind noise in outdoor applications. It also includes a cable terminated with a 4-pin mini connector which connects directly to the PGXD1.
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There's actually nothing you can find wrong with this new Shure digital microphone. I've been using Shure analog lapel microphones since 1997--17 years at the time of writing this review. 1.) The pick-up of the microphone is much better than their old analog ones that you had to get to as close as possible to your throat without touching it to get a good level. With this new digital set-up, it can be placed at the bottom of a 3-button collared knit shirt and the pick-up is as clear as a summer day in Southern California! 2.) Wow! The receiver unit is so small!!! It's about a third of the size of the old analog units and even the dual antennas are at the most half the height of the old ones. 3.) Even the transmitter unit that you wear is smaller too! Just a moderate amount, but you'll still notice a difference if you're familiar with lapel microphones. They cut down on extra LED's and extra switches with this new digital design. The power button if tapped is "Mute." If you hold it down for 5 seconds it turns off. The LED shows, Power On = Green, Mute = Yellow, Low Battery = Red, I'm gonna die any second now = Flashing Red, no light at all = Too late, I died. 4.) On the transmitter, there's also an imbedded friction rotating dial for Gain. An engineering team definite drank a lot of Starbucks cappuccinos designing this new transmitter. What a state-of-the-art piece of technology!!! 5.) To set up two units you press the channel scan button on the receiver and it automatically scans for the clearest channel. For the transmitter unit you've got to remove the battery cover to expose an infrared window that is used for syncing with the receiver unit. You just aim the two infrared windows at each other and press the sync button once and release. Tadah! You've got the clearest scanned channel and a synced twosome! 6.) The instructions recommend you turn everything on first that could create Radio Frequency (RF) noise, then scan for the clearest channel...nice huh? -I just could find a single thing detrimental about this lapel microphone set-up, only kudos and unexpected pleasant surprises. Don't buy an obsolete analog lapel microphone, buy this AWESOME SHURE PGXD14/93!!!
I have had this shure PGXD14/93 lavalier mic for 3 weeks now. It works great. We are using it at church and the range and sound is excellent. This is the best Lavalier we have ever had. The price is a little high but the Quality is higher. You should buy this product.
...for recommending this wireless! For almost 20 years I've tortured wireless devices in the harshest conditions, teaching horsemanship courses in giant metal buildings, dusty arenas and sometimes fighting nearby airport interference. Investing in top-of-the-line wireless over the years has always proved a good investment, as my voice is my product, and for the conditions, most units really did pretty well...or so I thought! If a location was particularly bad that I'd continuously cut out or get feedback, I'd just have to turn off my mic and bring all the riders in for instruction and send them back out to practice, which can be dangerous if someone gets into trouble and I'm without a voice to help them from a distance. At the end of a full day of instruction, I'd collapse from exhaustion when the sound was giving me fits (difficult horses weighing 1200 lbs are easier for me to manage!). On a particularly bad weekend, my husband broke away from the conference to a nearby Guitar Center and brought back this unit to change out with. What a DIFFERENCE!! Sound is perfectly clear, the unit easily tucks away and stays secure even with physical activity, and distance is no longer an issue. I can go about anywhere at any speed (horses are fast!) and remain perfectly understood by all participants. Best of all, I feel fresh at the end of the day!! What I do can be physically demanding, and having unreliable or less-than-optimum sound adds another layer of unnecessary effort on my part. So, saying thank you is actually an understatement for what this product has done for my business and for me personally!
I originally bought the PG14/185 for my wedding ceremony system, but its range was cutting out at about 50 feet. So I returned it and bought this unit. Shure's "D" suffix indicates this is their relatively new DIGITAL line, like the hugely popular Line 6. Shure states this unit has an effective range of 200' in ideal situations. They lied. In the (Mobile, AL) store, we tested it. The Pro Audio store is in the back. The sales agent took the mic and walked around a solid block wall, down the main floor, around the enclosed acoustic guitar showroom and then out the front door. As soon the front door was closed, it dropped out. Considering the amount of obstructions between the body pack and the receiver, I was impressed. At home, I set it up outside. I measured 200 feet of distance using a 100 foot line and stood there. I turned the mic on and tested it. The vocal clarity was astounding, truly sounding like a wired mic. No static, no fuzziness, nothing. I kept walking further away..keeping line of sight, and every time I stopped and talked, I still heard a perfectly clean "wired" sound. I stopped walking away and testing at 600 feet...this is not a typo...yes, 600 FEET away, because it was too far a walk back. I still heard a perfectly clear and pristine tonal quality that I have NEVER heard before in other typical wireless mics. I am sold on the new Digital technology, and the price is more than worth it to get THIS HIGH a quality. If I could give this 10 stars, I would. One thing about the condenser mic element..it is SENSITIVE!!! Be very cautious with it as it WILL feedback if relatively close to the speakers. (I was at the onset of feedback at 50+ feet). The unidirectional lavalier might be better suited. I am sold on the Digital wireless technology and will be getting rid of my other 2 cordless mics and replacing them with more of the SHURE PGXD models.
I have a mobile DJ business and need to mic people all over the city (and Lake Tahoe) Other lavaliere mics we have had in the past either cut out or pick up every bit of wind (not good on a lake side ceremony)including the SHURE PGX lavaliere system. For the little bit of extra money for this mic it is WELL worth it. We have used it 6 times so far and it has not had one hiccup including a breezy day on the water... on the playback (we record the ceremony) you could hear the waves and not the wind. We still have the Shure PGX handheld and i we still have problems with that.. Our next handheld mic WILL be a SHURE Digital! You will be amazed with this mic!
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