Featuring the legendary SM58® Cardioid Dynamic Microphone capsule on top of the SLXD2 handheld wireless transmitter, the SLXD24/58 provides transparent digital audio and rock-solid RF stability for lecture halls and live performances.
From lecture halls to houses of worship to performance venues, SLX-D delivers transparent, 24-bit digital audio and rock solid RF performance with easy setup and rechargeability options in a suite of versatile wireless system configurations. Featuring single half-rack and dual full-rack receiver options, handheld and bodypack transmitters and a wide selection of vocal, lavalier, headset and instrument microphone system configurations. Compatible with Shure UHF wireless antenna distribution and remote antenna accessories.
Pure Wireless Performance
The Shure SLXD24/SM58 Wireless Handheld Microphone System includes the Shure SM58 Handheld Transmitter and the SLXD4 Digital Wireless Receiver. The SM58 is seen on stages around the world because of its legendary sound and its go-anywhere, do-anything construction. If you love the SM58 already and want a wireless version, this is the system to choose.Shure’s cutting edge digital wireless technology delivers 24-bit audio resolution with an almost imperceptible 3.2ms of latency. Add in the working range of 100 meters (328 feet), and you’ve got a recipe for serious wireless potential. If you’re ready to take the plunge and give your system a much-needed upgrade, you can’t go wrong with a Shure SLX-D wireless setup.
The SLXD24/SM58 Wireless System delivers transparent, 24-bit digital audio and rock-solid RF performance for a wide range of applications, from day-long presentations to nighttime performances. Operate up to 32 compatible systems per 44 MHz band, with easy setup and optional rechargeability accessories for wireless excellence, wherever required. Ships with SLXD4 single-channel receiver and SLXD2/SM58 handheld transmitters with antenna and rackmount accessories and 2 AA batteries.
Tell Me About: Wireless Microphone Frequencies
Shure Wireless Frequency Bands Chart
Wireless microphones and personal monitors (also known as in-ear monitors) transmit audio on radio frequencies. Modern systems can be adjusted to many frequencies within a specific range. Shure identifies each range as a frequency band with a letter and number, like G50 or J53. Most Shure systems are sold in multiple frequency bands that each span multiple TV channels. The frequency band of your Shure wireless system is shown on a label on the transmitter and the receiver; it may also be printed on the front panel. You can download a chart showing the available frequency bands for current and legacy Shure wireless systems (in the U.S.) by clicking the link to the right.
Wireless Microphone Frequencies Chart
All wireless microphones and personal monitors share spectrum with other types of wireless devices. There aren’t any frequency ranges that are reserved exclusively for wireless microphones. The Shure wireless frequencies chart below includes the most common frequency ranges; there are a few others that are legal but are rarely used because they have technical limitations that make them undesirable. The permitted frequency ranges, transmit power levels, and regulatory requirements vary in different countries, so wireless systems sold in one country or region may not be legal in other regions. The Wireless Microphone Frequency Chart below applies to the U.S.; check with your local Shure representative for specific frequency band information in your country.
Wireless Microphone Frequency Compatibility Charts
Even with all of the automatic scanning and frequency coordination features built into many wireless systems now, it can be handy to have the Shure wireless microphone frequency chart for the specific model that you own. Shure publishes a Frequency Compatibility Chart for most wireless systems that includes lists of every group of compatible frequencies in every frequency band that the product is available in. (Not every band shown in each chart is available in every country.) The Frequency Compatibility Chart is listed on each wireless product page on the Shure website, but here are direct links:
If you have questions about which Shure wireless system is right for you, or how to choose wireless microphone frequencies, contact our Applications Engineering group for assistance in any country.
Also check out these helpful resources about wireless microphone spectrum: