Shure ULXD SM58

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The Shure ULXD2/SM 58 is a handheld wireless transmitter compatible with ULX-D Digital Wireless Systems

AES 256-bit encryption for applications for which secure transmission is needed
Proprietary Shure Gain Ranging optimizes the system’s dynamic range for any input source, eliminating the need for transmitter gain adjustments
Optional Shure SB900B lithium-ion rechargeable battery pack provides over 12 hours of battery life, precision metering in hours and minutes, and zero memory effect
External charging contacts for docked charging (with the SBC200 Dual Docking Charger)
Transmitter Mute Mode repurposes the On/Off switch into a mute switch, enabling audio muting while preserving RF channel presence
Backlit LCD with easy to navigate menu and controls
Rugged metal construction
Frequency and power lockout

Additional information

Weight 12 lbs
Dimensions 10.1 × 2 in
Full Technical Specs

Wireless Technology: Digital UHF
RF Frequency Band: J50A: 572 to 608 MHz, 614 to 616 MHz
RF Bandwidth: 44 MHz
Frequency Step Size: 25 kHz
Max Operating Range: 328.1’/ 100m
Sample Rate/Resolution: 48kHz/ 24-Bit
Latency: <2.9 ms
Encryption: AES 256
Modulation: Proprietary
Transmitter type: Handheld
RF Output Power: 1/10/20 mW (Switchable)
Audio I/O: None
Muting: On/Off Switch
Gain Range: 0 to 21 dB (3 dB Steps)
Sync Method: IR
Antenna: 1 x Internal Single-Band Helical
Battery Type: 2 x AA (Included) 1 x Shure SB900A (Not Included, Replaceable)
Battery Life: 11 hours (Alkaline), 12 hours (Lithium Shure SB 900A)
Display & Indicators: 1 x Backlit LCD (Channel, Group, Mute, RF Output Power, Sync)
Operating Temperature: 0 to 122°F / -17 to 50°C
Storage Temperature: -20 to 165°F / -28 to 73°C

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