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Shure PG14/PG30 Performance Gear Wireless Headset Microphone System  

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The Shure PG14/PG30 Performance Gear Wireless Headset Microphone System includes the PG4 Diversity Receiver, PG1 Bodypack Transmitter, and PG30TQG He...Read More

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Affordable Shure-quality wireless for active presenters.

The Shure PG14/PG30 Performance Gear Wireless Headset Microphone System includes the PG4 Diversity Receiver, PG1 Bodypack Transmitter, and PG30TQG Headset Condenser for aerobic and active spoken word or singing applications.

The PG4 Diversity Receiver features dual internal 1/4" antennas that eliminate potential for antenna misalignment and damage. It uses a variable companding ratio based on Shure's patented Audio Reference Companding and delivers a cleaner, less noisy signal that's more true-to-life than 2:1 companding.

The PG1 Bodypack Transmitter has a transmitter lockout function to prevent accidental shut down, a mute, and gain control.

The PG30TQG Headset Condenser Mic connects easily to the PG1 and provides clear vocals for active presenters and vocalists.

With the Shure Performance Gear PG Series Wireless systems you get a reliable, portable system with up to 10 selectable frequencies and frequency agility.

FEATURES
  • Internal antenna diversity receiver
  • Variable companding ratio
  • Transmitter lockout to prevent accidental shut down
  • Transmitter mute when not in use

You get great Shure sound and an innovative, reliable wireless unit! Order your Shure PG Wireless System today!

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ShurePG14/PG30 Performance Gear Wireless Headset Microphone System
 
3.1

(based on 7 reviews)

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Transparent and comfortable

By Larry Thomas

from Baltimore, MD

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Pros

  • Clear Sound
  • Compact
  • Easy To Use
  • Lightweight

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Events
    • Performances

    Comments about Shure PG14/PG30 Performance Gear Wireless Headset Microphone System:

    I wanted to go completely wireless on stage, except for the monitors, and this headset mic was the choice for me. I saw a Chicago concert not long ago, and noticed that every member used a headset mic and how good they sounded, so I couldn't go wrong. Love it!

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    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    exactly what I wanted

    By Peg

    from Stewartstown, PA

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    Pros

    • Clear Sound
    • Easy To Use
    • Lightweight
    • Versatile

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Amateur Recording
      • Performances

      Comments about Shure PG14/PG30 Performance Gear Wireless Headset Microphone System:

      perfect for playing an instrument and singing. I don't have to lean over a mike. Great sound and very comfortable to wear.

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      (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      1.0

      Accessibly-Priced Shure Wireless Entry Shows Potential

      Comments about Shure PG14/PG30 Performance Gear Wireless Headset Microphone System:

      I purchased this system for my church, and augmented it with the more cosmetically pleasing Galaxy Audio AS-HSD dual hook headworn mic. I appreciate that Shure applies thier 4-pin connector standard to this price-point system.

      RF reception on the system requires a level of trial-and-error. During our first use, Channel 1 (out of channels 0,1-9) was selected from the factory, and we experienced severe RF cutout during a sermon. An LED is supposed to illuminate when RF interference is present, but we could not see an active indicator. We changed to channel 3 and experienced a little RF dropout during the sermon this week.
      Shure could take a cue from other manufacturers that include the "least-RF-traffic-seek" command at this price-point.

      In a departure from historical industry standards, antennas are internal to the receiver; time will tell if this was a prudent move. I'm also curious about rack-mounting kits, but such information is not transparent through sales channels.

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      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      3.0

      Disappointed

      By Anonymous

      from Undisclosed

      Comments about Shure PG14/PG30 Performance Gear Wireless Headset Microphone System:

      IThis is the second SHURE product that I have purchased. I am an aerobics instructor and needed a system that could handle the sweat, etc. Well, with this system, I have had to return it to SHURE for repair 4 times while still under warranty. Theri service department was great; however, when it was returned to me, the problem still exsisted. I spoke with the manager of service and requested a new replacement. He accommodated my request. For that reason, I will stick with SHURE products and hope that the new one works better.

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      (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

       
      2.0

      PG14/PG30 Performance Gear Wireless Headset

      By Smoky-6QuHs

      from Arizona, Montana, Colorado

      Comments about Shure PG14/PG30 Performance Gear Wireless Headset Microphone System:

      Always respecting the Shure name in microphones I looked forward to this purchase. It ended up being a disappointment for me. I am a karaoke host, also a stage singer, and needed (particularly for karaoke) a hands free environment. On the surface this is a nice unit, well packaged and has plenty of the needed features.My main problem was with the sound quality. No matter how I tinkered with it, the quality lacked depth and richness. some problems with feedback also.I found myself always going back to my Pro 2 handheld wireless mic system whenever I sang. The Shure was fine for announcing, which hosts do plenty of, but I was embarrassed to sing with it.Another minor problem was with the on/standby button. I would prefer a switch that gives you a tactile feel for whether you are on the air or not. The button has no way of giving you this feedback. I was forever making off air comments that got broadcast to my entire surroundings. Or starting a song thinking I was live when I was on standby.Another minor problem were the small, flimsy windscreens which kept falling off.In the end I had to return this system and am currently looking for an under $500 system that will correct these problems.The Shure Gear system would be fine for non music announcement duty.

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      (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Great!

      By Anonymous

      from Undisclosed

      Comments about Shure PG14/PG30 Performance Gear Wireless Headset Microphone System:

      My fiance purchased this for me last christmas. I have since played dozens of shows, indoors and outdoors with my band over the last year. It has worked flawlessly. I play the drums and its like its not even on your head. I would recommend it to anyone.

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      (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

       
      3.0

      Decent for the price...

      By GuitarMan99

      from Southern California

      Comments about Shure PG14/PG30 Performance Gear Wireless Headset Microphone System:

      This mic will lead to lots of frustration, simply put. There are only 3 gain settings and none of them really give you what you want. The setting for vocals is way too hot. However, the -10 db setting that it tells you to use when too hot leads to not getting enough signal at all. Because of this, I wound up using the the 0 setting, which isn't suggested at all, but keeps the sound guys from complaining too much. No matter how you slice it, setting this mic up for quality sound is a pain. My logic at the time lead to buying it because I didn't want to spend a lot of money on a headset that I wasn't going to use very much. Looking back, I realize now that I should have put a few more bucks in and gotten something better. You get what you pay for.I'll be happy to continue using my SM-86 and will gladly sell this thing.

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