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The Shure ULXP24/BETA87C is a handheld wireless microphone system that includes the ULX2 Handheld Transmitter fitted with a Beta 87C Microphone capsule, and the ULXP4 Diversity Receiver.
Shure ULX Standard UHF systems represent a breakthrough in performance and price for both working musicians and professional sound installers. ULX Professional systems offer more advanced features and controls, including lockable settings and group scan function. Over 1400 selectable, pre-programmed frequencies are available, and Automatic Frequency Selection provides a straight shot to a clear channel.
ULXP4 Wireless Diversity Receiver
The expanded feature set of the ULXP4 wireless receiver, with advanced settings and controls including lockable settings and group scan, offers a direct path to full, clear audio signals. The ULXP4 offers an exceptional value in both performance and price, for both working musicians and sound installers.
ULX2 Handheld Transmitter
The ULX2 Handheld Transmitter has a 3-segment battery fuel guage, Backlit LCD shows group and channel, Frequency and power settings, and Control lockout.
Beta 87C Vocal Microphone
The Beta 87C premium vocal microphone delivers studio-grade performance and a smooth, extended high-end frequency response in a cardioid condenser design. The microphone adds warmth to the frequency response and creates an ideal environment for in ear personal monitoring. And its highly consistent cardioid pattern offers excellent rear rejection.
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Comments about Shure ULXP24/BETA87C Handheld Wireless Microphone System:
I use this every week. I don't use it for singers (because read below), only for talk back and two minutes if we have a guest speaker or something. The actual wireless system part of this microphone is wonderful and reliable as a hammer. Never a signal drop at all. The battery also lasts a while. Now, on to the sound quality. These mics tend to have a thin and harsh sound. They also tend to smooth vocals out a lot. By smooth, I mean that the transients sometimes get lost, or smoothed out. For a condenser, that's pretty bad. This mic is ok if you are using it for speech, but even still it is thin sounding. I would look elsewhere. If you are really an audiophile, you will not be happy with this mic. Check out a VX5 or AE5400 if you want a condenser...you will be glad you took time to check out something other than the big name of Shure! I think Heil mics sound better and they aren't even condensers!
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