Shure wireless systems feature uncompromising sound, rock-solid reliability, and ease of use for any application or budget. But which system is right for you?
Application: Shure wireless transmitters are available in hands-on or hands-free form factors. This makes it easy to find the right option, whether you’re presenting, teaching, singing, or playing an instrument. Multiple receiver options are also available: portable and rack-mountable, and single-, dual- and quad-channel.
Channel Count & Environment: If you know how many channels you’ll need to operate simultaneously, and in what type of environment, then you can easily find a Shure wireless solution that will help you avoid dropouts. Review the Compatible Systems section of the chart.
Analog or Digital: Analog systems use the most reliable frequency spectrum, operate at long ranges, and experience no audio latency. Digital systems feature exceptionally clear audio and have no geographical limitations. At the entry level, analog BLX offers a higher number of compatible systems than digital GLX-D.