Your PGX Receiver + This Transmitter = Sweet Wireless!Just so you know... the Shure PGX4 is an awesome receiver, but you can't use it unless you've got a Shure PGX wireless transmitter too. Otherwise, the PGX4 is kind of like a really nice paperweight. And we're cool with you using it that way if you want, but... you get the idea... you gotta have a PGX transmitter. Cool? Cool.
Okay, so you're putting together a wireless system. Think about it this way. It's sort of like having a mini radio station... you can have an awesome way to "broadcast" the sound out there... but if your receiver (AKA your car stereo or whatever) sucks, then what's the point? That's why Shure made the PGX4 wireless receiver the way they did. It's got the high quality you're going to want to pick up your wireless signal and send it on to your mixer, so when the audience hears you, you sound GOOD. Plus, setting it up is as easy as telling your roadie to go get you a cup of coffee. It has an Automatic Transmitter Setup feature that connects to your transmitter straightaway. Then you've got auto frequency selection, so you don't have to waste time trying to find a clear frequency — the Shure PGX4 does it for you.
Shure PGX4 Wireless Receiver Features at a Glance:
- Automatic Transmitter Setup
- Automatic Frequency Selection
- 90 Selectable frequencies across 18MHz bandwidth
- ¼-wave antennas
- Microprocessor-controlled diversity
- Channel display LED
- XLR and ¼" outputs
- L5 band