Wireless system offers optimal portability to capture professional sound in dynamic videography and field production environments. Features include Automatic Frequency Selection and Transmitter Set-Up, and operation of up to 14 compatible systems.

Main Features

Main Features

  • Available Transmitter Form factors: Plug-on, Handheld, Bodypack
  • Operating range (up to): 100 m (Under typical conditions)
  • Wireless portability for the freedom to go wherever the job requires
  • Automatic Frequency Selection locates an open frequency at the touch of a button
  • Automatic Transmitter Setup instantly syncs the transmitter to the receiver frequency
  • Up to 14 compatible systems simultaneously
  • Diversity antennas for consistent reception of signal transmission
  • Rugged and reliable Shure construction
  • Various Shure microphones options

Wireless Sets

Wireless Sets

Components

Components

Specs

Specs

Technical specifications

FP-Wireless Specifications
Operating Range (up to):
100 m (Under typical conditions)
FP5 Specifications
Weight:
81 g
Height x Width x Depth:
108.0 × 64.0 × 19.0 mm
Transmission:
Analog
Type of Power Supply:
Batteries
Receiver Housings:
Molded ABS
Active Antenna Possible:
No
Bias via BNC:
No
High Density Mode:
No
Interference Detection:
No
Remote Control:
No
Number of compatible systems info:
14
DANTE-Enabled Products:
No
Scan Features:
Quick Scan
Sync Features:
IR Sync
Detachable Antennas:
No
Logic:
No
Cascade:
No
Receiver Displays:
LEDs
Receiver type:
Camera Mount
Included antenna:
External 1/4-wave
Battery Status:
Leveled battery life indication
Line Mic Switch:
No
RF Sensitivity:
-108 dBm, for 12dB SINAD, typical
Phantom Power Protection:
No
FP3 Specifications
Weight:
160 g
Height x Width x Depth:
117.0 × 36.0 × 43.0 mm
Transmitter weight:
160 g
Battery life alkaline:
12 h
Form Factor:
Plug On
Operating Range (up to):
100 m (Under typical conditions)
Audio Mute:
No
Detachable Antennas:
No
Switchable RF power:
No
Batteries:
AA
Connectors:
XLR
Frequency Diversity:
No
Functionality:
Transmitter
High Density Mode:
No
FP2/VP68 Specifications
Weight:
410 g
Height x Width x Depth:
254.0 × 51.0 × 51.0 mm
Transmitter weight:
290 g
Battery life alkaline:
11 h
Form Factor:
Handheld
Operating Range (up to):
100 m (Under typical conditions)
Transmitter housings:
Molded ABS
Audio Mute:
No
Detachable Antennas:
No
Switchable RF power:
No
Batteries:
AA
Battery Status:
Multi-Color LED
Frequency Diversity:
No
Functionality:
Transmitter
High Density Mode:
No
Interchangeable Handheld Capsule:
Interchangeable
FP1 Specifications
Weight:
81 g
Height x Width x Depth:
108.0 × 64.0 × 19.0 mm
Transmitter weight:
81 g
Battery life alkaline:
11 h
Form Factor:
Bodypack
Operating Range (up to):
100 m (Under typical conditions)
Transmitter housings:
Molded ABS
Audio Mute:
No
Detachable Antennas:
No
Switchable RF power:
No
Batteries:
AA
Battery Status:
Multi-Color LED
Connectors:
TQG
Frequency Diversity:
No
Functionality:
Transmitter
High Density Mode:
No
Input impedance:
1000 kΩ
FP2/SM58 Specifications
Weight:
410 g
Height x Width x Depth:
254.0 × 51.0 × 51.0 mm
Transmitter weight:
290 g
Battery life alkaline:
11 h
Form Factor:
Handheld
Operating Range (up to):
100 m (Under typical conditions)
Transmitter housings:
Molded ABS
Audio Mute:
No
Detachable Antennas:
No
Switchable RF power:
No
Batteries:
AA
Battery Status:
Multi-Color LED
Frequency Diversity:
No
Functionality:
Transmitter
Gain adjustment range:
10 dB
High Density Mode:
No
Interchangeable Handheld Capsule:
Interchangeable

Downloads

Downloads

Comparable products

Comparable products

Optional accessories

Optional accessories

faq

faq

Can I use condenser microphones with the FP3?

You can use them as long as they are battery powered. The FP3 doesn´t provide phantom power and therefore only dynamic microphones can be used.

Is a license required?

It depends on the country you are located and the chosen frequency band. Please get in touch with our technical support team.

Is the FP5 portable?

Yes.

What kind of output cable is in the box?

There are two cables that ship with every FP wireless System: TA3F-to-XLR and TA3F-to-3.5 mm

What’s the operating range?

FP Wireless and SLX units can be mixed and are intercompatible if same the frequency bands are used.

What’s the operating range?

Operating range always depends on the environment (closed rooms usually result in higher operating ranges due to many reflections around). Therefore no standard value can be given.
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