GLXD1The bodypack transmitter in the GLX line is built like a tank. A very small, very sophisticated tank. It features a tactile on and off switch, locking TQG connection for use with Shure lavalier, headset, earset, and instrument microphones and guitar cables, and a reversible belt clip. It comes with one SB902 lithium-ion battery.GLXD4This table... Click To Read More About This Product
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The bodypack transmitter in the GLX line is built like a tank. A very small, very sophisticated tank. It features a tactile on and off switch, locking TQG connection for use with Shure lavalier, headset, earset, and instrument microphones and guitar cables, and a reversible belt clip. It comes with one SB902 lithium-ion battery.
This tabletop digital wireless receiver and has numerous features previously unavailable in this price range including a remotely adjustable gain control for the associated transmitter, one touch frequency selection and real-time battery run-time. Lightweight and durable, it is designed to withstand the rigors of travel and multiple set-ups and tear-downs.
Model WL93 Microphones are economical omnidirectional, subminiature, lavalier, condenser microphones designed for general speech applications where a visually unobtrusive microphone is desirable.
All WL93 models are supplied with a mounting block with attached tie bar, a sew-on mounting bracket, and an acoustic windscreen to minimize wind noise in outdoor applications.
All WL93 models include a cable terminated with a 4-pin mini connector which connects directly to a Shure wireless body-pack transmitter.
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Comments about Shure GLX-D Wireless Vocal System with WL93 Lavalier Mic:
I don't like the sound of electric violins (I gig for blues, celtic, country, wedding, and pop bands). I also didn't want to buy an acoustic electric violin because unless you're talking big bucks, the money usually goes towards the pick up gear, and not a quality violin.
For violin, this set up is ideal. I purchased a cushion for the chin rest so the alligator clip doesnt scratch the chinrest and I let the Mic rest close to the f hole. The sound is a clear, projected acoustic violin. You can also sing right into it without moving the violin (no more confusion or stress when playing and singing the Devil Went Down to Georgia!)
The only issue I've had was at a venue where the monitor aimed right at the musicians, which is good for lead guitarists, but causes immediate feedback on the violin. However, with smaller bands, this mic is absolutely perfect. Good battery charge, good distance from receiver, very portable, tough equipment, picks up pizzicatto. Makes playing easier and listening easier too. The audience and I hear changes in dynamics and articulations: something I really struggled with when playing into stand up mics.
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