Shure BLX14/P31 H11 Wireless Headset System with PGA31 Headset (H11: 572 - 596 MHz)
The PGA31 cardioid condenser microphone features Shure quality and improved design for long-wearing comfort at a price that doesn’t break the bank.
In The Box
1 - PS24 Power Supply
1 - windscreen
1 - clothing clip
Wireless Freedom with Easy Setup
The Shure BLX14/PGA31 wireless system delivers world-class design and rock-solid build quality, along with easy setup and operation. Thanks to Shure's cutting-edge QuickScan technology, frequency-selection hassles are a thing of the past. The system includes the BLX4 receiver with easy one-touch setup, the BLX1 bodypack transmitter, and the PGA31 headworn microphone with cardioid polar pattern — an outstanding mic for hands-free performances, aerobics instruction, and more. When you need to perform with the freedom that only wireless allows, Shure's BLX wireless systems are a smart, affordable choice. Enjoy legendary Shure sound and performance — take the stage confidently with the Shure BLX14/PGA31 wireless system.
Convenient and easy to use
Providing up to 14 hours of use with two AA batteries, Shure's BLX Series transmitters let you perform with confidence that the show will go on. And when it comes to frequency selection, the live sound gurus here at Sweetwater swear by the fast, convenient frequency matching afforded by the Shure BLX's group and channel selection buttons.
Ready to rock, right out of the box
If you're ready to go wireless, Shure's BLX wireless systems are a smart, affordable choice. Take the stage confidently, backed up by Shure's legendary microphones, decades of wireless design experience, and tour-tested build quality. Available in a broad selection of bodypack and handheld configurations, BLX vocal, guitar, headset, and presenter systems are ready to rock, right out of the box.
Versatile and expandable
Shure's BLX wireless platform supports up to 12 simultaneous systems (dependent on the local wireless traffic conditions), giving you room to grow as you need to add channels in the future.