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Shure P2TRE2-H2 PSM 200 Wireless Personal Monitor System  

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Accurate, reliable monitoring direct to your ear!

The Shure P2TRE2-H2 PSM 200 Wireless Personal Monitor System includes P2T TransMixer, P2R Hybrid Receiver, and E2 Sound Isolating Earphones. This inexpensive in-ear personal monitor system offers Shure's quality and innovative new features. The receiver is dual-function (wired or wireless) and has a built-in limiter for hearing protection. LED indicators for power, RF signal strength, limiter, and battery level. The transmitter is frequency-agile (8 channels per system), allows up to 4 simultaneous compatible systems, and has a range of 300' under optimum conditions. Volume controls let you create your own mix. Earphone is high-fidelity and has interchangeable flex and foam sleeves to give a perfect fit.

Consumer Alert:

Most users do not need a license to operate this wireless microphone system. Nevertheless, operating this microphone system without a license is subject to certain restrictions: the system may not cause harmful interference; it must operate at a low power level (not in excess of 50 milliwatts); and it has no protection from interference received from any other device. Purchasers should also be aware that the FCC is currently evaluating use of wireless microphone systems, and these rules are subject to change. For more information, call the FCC at 1-888-CALL-FCC (TTY: 1-888-TELL-FCC) or visit the FCCs wireless microphone website at: www.fcc.gov/cgb/wirelessmicrophones.

FEATURES
  • Includes P2T TransMixer, P2R Hybrid Receiver, and E2 Sound Isolating Earphones
  • The least expensive in-ear personal monitor system
  • Offers both Shure's quality and innovative new features
  • Dual-function receiver (wired or wireless)
  • Built-in limiter for hearing protection
  • LED indicators for power, RF signal strength, limiter, and battery level
  • Transmitter is frequency-agile (8 channels per system)
  • Allows up to 4 simultaneous compatible systems
  • 300' range under optimum conditions
  • Volume controls let you create your own mixes
  • High-fidelity earphone
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4.6

(based on 48 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Where have these been all my life?

I couldn't wait to use this product. I had a good idea of what to expect and it was everything I expected and maybe more. I instantly found that pitch correction comes as a...Read complete review

I couldn't wait to use this product. I had a good idea of what to expect and it was everything I expected and maybe more. I instantly found that pitch correction comes as a result of using in-ear monitors! Come on, every body sings a little off key! This will really help out. I strapped on my bass and sang a song and couldn't believe what I was hearing. I was on key and was very confident in my playing because I could here! We bought these to eliminate "clutter" on stage and help our deaf drummer to hear what he really sounds like. These also eliminate feedback issues. We're a three piece band and we now have a really clean stage! No on-stage amps or monitors! It's very cool! We have yet to practice or gig with these, but we're all pretty confident that it's going to be awesome. The only problem I have experienced so far is a hiss from the mix. Some of it is coming from onboard effects on my board, but most is from the wireless unit. I think this will be easily corrected by using a high-pass filter on a good EQ, which will be my next investment. The earphones are pretty comfortable. I put them in for a couple of hours while playing around with the mix. I used the expanding foam and they do a good job of blocking out the outside sounds and preserving the mix. The range was almost 100 feet in an obstructed environment. I was impressed! It's my first experience with in-ear monitors and so far, I am pleased! I think the guy who wrote about it sounding like a coffee can just doesn't know how to set up his monitor mix. Just my thought. I don't think anyone serious about there music would think this was a bad investment.

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Not for use in rack mount for live use

I received a PSM 200 wireless monitor for a gift that I have use for the past month. Shure, was chosen because I own several shure wireless units. Don't you think you should...Read complete review

I received a PSM 200 wireless monitor for a gift that I have use for the past month. Shure, was chosen because I own several shure wireless units. Don't you think you should have put an on/off switch since you advertise this in the brochure/manual? I also found this unit advertise as rack mount system but not designed as one. What were you thinking when you put the only inputs on the front of the unit. Now I have to pull a cord through a rack space, or around the rack unit. For this unit, some forethought should have been put in the product or advertised differently. I have been disappointed in this from the time I started using it. If it was a cheep little toy to play around with it would not be such a big deal. I try to rely on the products I use every night, but have found this product unreliable, by design and use in a live setting. This is not the Shure quality or design I know. You have me questioning future products from shure.

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5.0

Good system

By The Mastermind

from California

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This is a good system and comparable to others. I did enjoy the Galaxy system for less money, but as a pro I use the sennheiser (equal to the PSM700 with more features). If you do roll with this unit, order a set of Ultimate Ears UE5 Pros and your sound will be MUCH better than that of the Shure E5, and getting a custom pair of UE5 pros costs the same as ordering a regular e5 pair.For a cheap system this and the UE5 Pro from ultimate ears is the best. Even better is the 7 pro for live and the 10 pro for studio. The best on market are the 11 pros.For a fully professional system roll with the UE11 pro and Sennheiser wireless system. If the 11 is too much, you'll be happy with the 7 for musician and live use or 10 for vocalists and studio.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Good but not stereo!

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

You have to run these at higher volumes to hear properly to compensate for the fact that they don't run in stereo. also, the beltpacks are plastic so they aren't as durable as the 600 series

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Buy lots of batteries

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Great unit. I'll never use floor monitors again. The only draw back is that the receivers eat batteries really fast. Sometimes within 1 set of music. When they die and you have no floor monitor you're pretty much lost. So stock up on 9 volts if you get this. Other than that, it is a great unit.

 
5.0

Hit the key change every time!

By Beeze99

from Augusta, GA

I'm a first time ear monitor user. Just got them and have been using them for a week. Wow, what a difference! A great way to play music! The in ears are very versitle and provide great possibilities. With this new great sound I have more confidence on stage. The band feels tighter and I feel like I can hit the key changes every time.

 
5.0

Simple to operate - fun to use!

By Mesa Pete

from Surry, BC

Our combo uses acoustic instruments (especially guitars); some that require microphones. Regular monitors on a large stage are troublesome. In-ear is the answer. Our bass player can finally hear the guitars over the din of our percussionist ;) There were no other units available at this price point. Add to this the cost of custom fit ear molds - a worthy investment and a must for regular players.

 
5.0

a hint for users

By Butterfingers-.zb31

from Canada

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if you have Shure E1, E3, or E5 earphones, go to www.sensaphonics.com . they can make custom molded ear buds that your existing Shure earphone slips into thus cancelling more noise. check it out. i am just looking into purchasing in ear monitors and this is a way cheaper option.

 
5.0

Best for the money

By Blonderocker

from western wa

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The only reason that I didn't give this a flatt out ten is b/c its all plastic. ITs preetty flimsy plastic. If I dropped it i would be worried. The transmitter is especially flimsy. Now, that asside. It sounds just about crystal clear, it has good range. That battery life isnt amazing, but its ok. The huge size of the reciever is a downer tho. The annoying thing about that is that it would be super easy for shure the make the reciever smaller b/c there is tons of empty room inside the casing. But if they did that there wouldn't be that much of a reason to buy the psm400 or psm600 now would there? All in all its breakup free and one of the best investments Ive made. You should buy it if you cant afford the sennheiser $800 one. The E2's are not that good. I blew them at low volume in about 2 weeks, if you can afford it get the westone UM2 or ES3.

 
5.0

psm200

By drummerboy_1

from Minden, LA

I bought it through this site and I love it. it has made the biggest difference in my playing!!!

 
2.0

Not for use in rack mount for live use

By A litte disapointed

from MI

I received a PSM 200 wireless monitor for a gift that I have use for the past month. Shure, was chosen because I own several shure wireless units. Don't you think you should have put an on/off switch since you advertise this in the brochure/manual? I also found this unit advertise as rack mount system but not designed as one. What were you thinking when you put the only inputs on the front of the unit. Now I have to pull a cord through a rack space, or around the rack unit. For this unit, some forethought should have been put in the product or advertised differently. I have been disappointed in this from the time I started using it. If it was a cheep little toy to play around with it would not be such a big deal. I try to rely on the products I use every night, but have found this product unreliable, by design and use in a live setting. This is not the Shure quality or design I know. You have me questioning future products from shure.

 
5.0

It's awsome

By Drummer85-fdwKk

from Phoenix, AZ

it's a good monitor with great connection and excellent sound.

 
5.0

Singing in key...

By Radiophonicus

from Detroit

Even though this is the lower end model, it does a fantastic job of getting what you want in your ear. I sing and play guitar in my band, so hearing vocals is essential to me. This beats any monitor system I've played with. At first you might be concerned with volume, but with the right tip on them and making sure your level isn't peaking, you'll hear what you need clear as day.

 
5.0

Fantastic!!

By Jaye from Velvet Box (female)

from Clearwater, Florida

Wow, what a system! There is NOTHING better than actually hearing yourself, crystal clear. I don't go home with ringing ears and a soar throat. I never, ever strain anymore. This system is affordable and durable. I would recommend it to everyone!!

 
4.0

Great for Vocalists!!!

By TBell from C-ville

from Chapmanville, WV

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I was skeptical before I bought it, but (so far) it has done wonders! I had a hard time keeping in tune with so much stage noise, but this ear monitor is great for vocalists. A little pricey for my taste, but it works.

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Good Unit

By Walt-a3MMu

from Mandeville, LA

For the most part I really like this product. The sound quality is fantastic, especially for a live environment. The ear buds are comfortable once you change from the hard to the soft plastic and seal as well as a good set of earplugs. The downfalls of the unit are pestering, not major. First off the power supply has a wall wart type device in the middle of the cord that tends to flop around in the inside of whatever case you have it mounted in and the posts seem thin and delicate. I haven't had any problems with them yet. Second the inputs are on the front of the unit. This is rather annoying since I can't leave them hooked up in the rack with a snake coming out of the back. Third is the lack of channels. We have 6 units and 9 channels available, leaving only 3 "spare" channels in case of noise on the channel. Other than that these are just great units.

 
5.0

Best money I have spent

By BEAV

from Sioux Falls, SD

I have been playing in rock bands for several years and finally went in ear. I wouldn't go back to floor monitors if you paid me to. I was very sceptical about buying this product. Don't be, after getting the psm200 system it has worked great everytime with no problems. I run my vocal through the transmiter so I have control over my vocal and then get the mix from the band through the second channel. I have yet to max out the E2 earbuds and they sound great. Just so you know it does take some time to get used to having the headphones in your ears, but after a couple of shows you will never go back to screaming floor monitors. Hey they are your ears and you only get one set you can either wear the earbuds now or the hearing aid later. This is a great deal on a great product.

 
5.0

Great product

By Deja Vue

from Louisiana

Used my PSM 200 wireless unit for the first time last night. I bought the psm 200 and also the E-5's. We are using an older Peavey board so not many monitor outs. I plugged my vocal mike into the transmixer and came out of the sum output of the board and had amazing results. I sing lead in a large horn band.

 
5.0

Excellent Product!!!!!

By Andrea-gvRVo

from Charlotte, NC

This is my first wireless monitor system and I love it. I cannot believe the difference it makes. I play drums and I can hear EVERYTHING crystal clear. I do not use the E2's that the system comes with so I cannot review those. I use Westone Custom ES2's. One of the best features this system has is the 2 inputs. I can put the mix in one and my click in the other. Would definintely recommend this if you are thinking about switching from floor monitors to wireless.

 
5.0

Never Going Back

By Josh-6cI5b

from Muskegon, MI

I purchased this unit about a year ago. I play a lot of rock and funk, and got sick of the drums overpowering our bands wedges. These things ROCK! I can hear everything in the mix. I just go from my pedals to the second input of the mixer in case I need some more volume. My only complaint is there are no inputs on the back. If you're going to mount this in a rack, you'll need to leave space for cables to come thru from the back or just plug into the front. Awesome unit!

 
4.0

Review

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

When I bought my PSM200, I hoped it'd do the job without needing to buy in at the top end of IEMs, but to be honest I always knew it was just a stop-gap. But there is potential...I know a handful of guys who have opted for Shure's entry-level model rather than spend the bug bucks (myself included), and straight out of the box we have all found that 1) the signal starts limiting/compressing at volumes that are not quite loud enough for our liking, and 2) we must all be going deaf, and therefore way overdue for IEMs.I offer a couple of tips:If you're not using the 2nd channel, I've found that running a loop out of one channel and into the other gives you just a bit more headroom (let's ignore the potential for phase problems for just a second).More effectively however, replace the E2s with a decent set of multiple-driver earphones (eg Shure E5, Westone UM2, Ultimate Ears 5 or 10 series etc) as soon as you can save the $$$s.I now use UE super.fi 5EBs with my PSM200, and feel much less need to upgrade in the near future.Backtracking a bit... while using my E2s I found I preferred the fit of triple-flange tips (not included and sold separately) which are really designed for E1/E5s, but WITH DUE CARE can be fitted (stretched) onto the E2s.A bit of customising until I was happy enough, but still far below the overall price of the model higher up the Shure range.

 
2.0

Not worth the money

By Ken-LhfMM

from St. Louis, MO

These sound great if you like your sound to pass through a coffee can before it gets to you. My 30 band eq couldn't even mellow them out. They were only mediocre at best when the sound was REALLY low and no matter what, they were horribly bright. The kick drum sounds like a home run-hit, imagine what a cymbal sounds like. The limiters made it impossible to get them loud enough, even for the cat.

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