Wireless Microphone Systems

Experience the legendary Shure sound with the total freedom of a wireless solution. From in-ear monitoring to wireless systems for vocals, guitars, brass & woodwind, Shure caters for start out bands to the needs of professional touring musicians and presenters. Use the product finder to find the best wireless system solution for you.

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New Shure Wireless Systems: Should you choose Analogue or Digital?

The new systems will make it easier than ever to select the Shure microphone you know and love in a wireless format to suit your application. Simply select your mic and combine it with either analogue or digital transmission. But which transmission is right for you? Should you choose analogue or digital?

Click here to read our article and find out if you should choose analogue or digital wireless transmission




Video: PG, SM Beta Digital & Analogue Wireless Systems

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SM58 Digital Setup Demo

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SM58 Digital Wireless Mic: Setup in seconds

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Wireless Microphone Systems

  • System- Price
  • Environ- ment
  • Wireless mics used in parallel
  • Receiver options for this system
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  • Transmitter
  • Receiver
  • Selectable Frequencies
  • Auto Setup Features
  • Rack Hardware
  • Batteries
  • Advanced Antenna Options
  • From £ 239 Price includes a transmitter with the microphone head and a receiver. 
  • Small to medium stages
  • Up to 12 This specification refers to the maximum amount of wireless systems that can be used in parallel. One wireless system is made up of one receiver and one transmitter (handheld or bodypack). 
  • Analog
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  • BLX1

    PG58 Analogue Wireless

  • BLX4

    BLX4R

    BLX88

  • Up to Up to 150 The pool of different frequencies you can choose from. 
  • QuickScan : Finds group with most compatible frequencies and sets to best frequency Is the receiver able to find a free frequency automatically? “Scan” means the receiver scans for a free frequency. “Sync” means the frequency can by synchronized between receiver and transmitter via infrared. “Group Scan” means the receiver scans through the whole frequency range and gives you a list of the max, compatible channels. 
  • URT2 (not included), Rack mount brackets (only with rackable/BLX-R Sets) Accessory which helps to mount a unit into a rack, URT means 1u Rack Tray. 
  • 2AA, up to 14h Operating time of the transmitter and used battery type. 
  • No For multiple channels setups accessories like antenna splitter is highly recommended. For this the antenna has to be removable. 
  • From £ 285 Price includes a transmitter with the microphone head and a receiver. 
  • Daily Touring
  • Up to 12 This specification refers to the maximum amount of wireless systems that can be used in parallel. One wireless system is made up of one receiver and one transmitter (handheld or bodypack). 
  • Analog
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  • SM58 Analogue Wireless

  • BLX4

    BLX4R

    BLX88

  • Up to Up to 150 The pool of different frequencies you can choose from. 
  • QuickScan : Finds group with most compatible frequencies and sets to best frequency Is the receiver able to find a free frequency automatically? “Scan” means the receiver scans for a free frequency. “Sync” means the frequency can by synchronized between receiver and transmitter via infrared. “Group Scan” means the receiver scans through the whole frequency range and gives you a list of the max, compatible channels. 
  • URT2 (not included), Rack mount brackets (only with rackable/BLX-R Sets) Accessory which helps to mount a unit into a rack, URT means 1u Rack Tray. 
  • 2AA, up to 14h Operating time of the transmitter and used battery type. 
  • No For multiple channels setups accessories like antenna splitter is highly recommended. For this the antenna has to be removable. 
  • From £ From £419 Price includes a transmitter with the microphone head and a receiver. 
  • Daily Touring
  • Up to 8 This specification refers to the maximum amount of wireless systems that can be used in parallel. One wireless system is made up of one receiver and one transmitter (handheld or bodypack). 
  • Digital
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  • SM58 Digital Wireless

    SM86 Digital Wireless

  • GLXD4

  • Up to up to 17 channels The pool of different frequencies you can choose from. 
  • Linkfreq: Automatic Frequency Management Is the receiver able to find a free frequency automatically? “Scan” means the receiver scans for a free frequency. “Sync” means the frequency can by synchronized between receiver and transmitter via infrared. “Group Scan” means the receiver scans through the whole frequency range and gives you a list of the max, compatible channels. 
  • URT2 (not included) Accessory which helps to mount a unit into a rack, URT means 1u Rack Tray. 
  • Lithium-Ion battery, up to 16 h Operating time of the transmitter and used battery type. 
  • No For multiple channels setups accessories like antenna splitter is highly recommended. For this the antenna has to be removable. 
  • From £ 335 Price includes a transmitter with the microphone head and a receiver. 
  • Demanding acoustic environments
  • Up to 12 This specification refers to the maximum amount of wireless systems that can be used in parallel. One wireless system is made up of one receiver and one transmitter (handheld or bodypack). 
  • Analog
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  • Beta 58A Analogue Wireless

  • BLX4

    BLX4R

    BLX88

  • Up to Up to 150 The pool of different frequencies you can choose from. 
  • QuickScan : Finds group with most compatible frequencies and sets to best frequency Is the receiver able to find a free frequency automatically? “Scan” means the receiver scans for a free frequency. “Sync” means the frequency can by synchronized between receiver and transmitter via infrared. “Group Scan” means the receiver scans through the whole frequency range and gives you a list of the max, compatible channels. 
  • URT2 (not included), Rack mount brackets (only with rackable/BLX-R Sets) Accessory which helps to mount a unit into a rack, URT means 1u Rack Tray. 
  • 2AA, up to 14h Operating time of the transmitter and used battery type. 
  • No For multiple channels setups accessories like antenna splitter is highly recommended. For this the antenna has to be removable. 
  • From £ 429 Price includes a transmitter with the microphone head and a receiver. 
  • Demanding acoustic environments
  • Up to 8 This specification refers to the maximum amount of wireless systems that can be used in parallel. One wireless system is made up of one receiver and one transmitter (handheld or bodypack). 
  • Digital
  • Show details Hide details
  • Beta 58A Digital Wireless

    Beta 87A Digital Wireless

  • GLXD4

    GLXD6

  • Up to up to 17 channels The pool of different frequencies you can choose from. 
  • Linkfreq: Automatic Frequency Management Is the receiver able to find a free frequency automatically? “Scan” means the receiver scans for a free frequency. “Sync” means the frequency can by synchronized between receiver and transmitter via infrared. “Group Scan” means the receiver scans through the whole frequency range and gives you a list of the max, compatible channels. 
  • URT2 (not included) Accessory which helps to mount a unit into a rack, URT means 1u Rack Tray. 
  • Lithium-Ion battery, up to 16 h Operating time of the transmitter and used battery type. 
  • No For multiple channels setups accessories like antenna splitter is highly recommended. For this the antenna has to be removable. 

Accessories for wireless microphone systems

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