FP1 Wireless Bodypack Transmitters feature a lightweight and durable design, for use with TA4F-connection microphones including lavaliers and headsets. For use with Shure FP Wireless and SLX Wireless. FP Wireless Systems feature patented Audio Reference Companding for crystal-clear sound beyond the limits of conventional wireless technology. RRP for the FP1 is £169.

Main Features

Main Features

  • Automatic Transmitter Setup instantly syncs the transmitter to the receiver frequency
  • LED indicator for control lockout, IR RF sync, low battery indicator
  • Audio Input Gain for adjustment of audio level
  • 4-Pin Microphone Input Jack for use with lavaliers or headset microphones with TA4F connectors.
  • Powered by 2AA batteries

Sets containing this transmitter

Sets containing this transmitter

Furnished Accessories

Furnished Accessories

Illustration Shure FP1 Bodypack Transmitter
Amount Part Title
1 TA3F-to-XLRm Audio Cable (30 cm) Part WA451
1 TA3F-to-3.5mm Dual-mono Audio Cable (30 cm) Part WA461

Available Variants

Available Variants

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Specs

Specs

Technical 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

Downloads

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Comparable products

Comparable products

Optional accessories

Optional accessories

faq

faq

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.

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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