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Compré por separado el pedal receptor con afinador y este transmisor que sirve también para cualquier cosa que se pueda conectar por TF4 o mini XLR.
El único inconveniente en comprar por separado ambas piezas, es que no trae el susodicho cable para conectar tu instrumento o micrófono. Lo bueno es que puedes hallar uno de excelente calidad acá o en la competencia a buen precio.
La ventaja sería que te ahorras alrededor de 1000 pesos en el paquete (alrededor de 1500 por el aumento de precio actual) a los cuales le tienes que descontar el precio del cable.
Una vez que te llega el transmisor, tienes que ponerle algo de carga, con unos 25 minutos conectado a la energía eléctrica te alcanza para actualizar su firmware. Después de esto, solo tienes que encender el pedal receptor, conectar tu instrumento y encender el transmisor.
Como ambos dispositivos deben tener la misma versión de firmware, el escaneo y la conexión se realizan en automático. Dese el pedal puedes ajustar el nivel de volumen del transmisor y un canal exclusivo para éste, por lo que puedes conectar diferentes transmisores para diferentes instrumentos y tu no tienes nada qué hacer más que encender y apagar y ya.
Esto es muy conveniente en mi caso, pues tengo tres bajos, pero con diferentes niveles de volumen, un Toby IV tiene mucha ganancia y mi B Bass V, dado que se dañó del pre amp, lo utilizo en modo pasivo de forma permanente y su nivel de ganancia es muy bajo.
Otra cosa a destacar es que no sufre de ningún tipo de interferencia ni se le cuelan ruidos raros de ningún tipo, a pesar de que se maneja en un ambiente lleno de señales de radio de otras fuentes, como otro sistema inalámbrico Shure (SVX) y uno de monitoreo inalámbrico Takstar.
Se siente robusto y es algo pesado, pero luce muy bien en tahalí y esto confirma que es de buena construcción.
When you need dependable connection, especially during live performance, do not short change yourself with gizmos that claim to deliver a lot but fall short in several areas. I am not trying to denigrate these products as they offer a less pricy solution but, as they say, you get what you pay for. That being said, the Shure Bodypack I received was missing an important safety bolt and I hope to either get the part or exchange the unit. That's for the bad side of the purchase. The quality of the GLX-Dxx systems speaks for itself when playing live, even in difficult situations. The sound is without noticeable degradation and the range is phenomenal. But the most important positive feature of the system is its ability to keep you connected automatically, even when potential interference enter into play. Being able to have multiple Bodypacks to connect to a single receiver is also a huge plus, allowing you to switch guitar in record time with the assurance that it will connect. I would have given a five stars if the unit had been delivered with the missing part and if the locking guitar cable had been included in the box with no extra charge.
I have always hesitated to go wireless because of the cost and thinking that I really didn't need it when cords work so well. Was I ever wrong. . . . This thing is amazing. Crazy long battery life. Awesome sound quality. Rugged build. Wish I would have done this years ago. I've started a movement in my band, wireless is popping up all around!
Our Pastor has two churches and I fill in to preach for him when he is at our sister church. The congregation has always complained that they can't hear me well because I am soft spoken but also because of the microphone that is attached to the podium doesn't adjust closely enough to allow me to stand comfortably. After we reopened due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it was a problem for the Deacons and Deaconesses to wipe the microphones between people speaking so I investited in this as a "Personal" microphone so they would have their workload lessened. It works wonderfully and as a bonus, the congregation now tells me that they can hear me with no problem. The only thing I could suggest is that the Shure should have included a detailed User's Manual to more clearly explain the using but I was able to figure it out after about five minutes or so. I highly recommend it but make sure it is compatible with your receiver.
The transmitter / receiver / headset combo works very well for our fitness business where we run seven classes a day Mon-Sat. Good sound, range, and clarity.
We've had constant trouble with the On/Off switch on this transmitter model, however. At around the 5-8 month mark (sometimes sooner) the unit will stop turning off. With staying On it interferes with the second transmitter and it cannot be charged while on. This has been an issue at both of my gyms for the last three years. This is overall the most durable combination unit for fitness instructors I've found relative to sweat resistance and other connections, but this power switch issue is enough for me to recommend the reader to start with another system.
It’s remove the fact that I have absolutely Zero IT skills… The Shure service dept is Spot On Awesome. After many attempts and fails the rep talked me through firmware upgrades, links, and a sound check. Kind I makes me want to replace every mic in our church just because.
This is an outstanding product. As a bassist that has used wirelesses from X-Wire, Sennheiser, etc, Shure really nailed this one! Fantastic clarity and dynamic range, metal construction built like a tank, and the ability to run separate transmitters with separate basses with a separate gain setting for each transmitter stored in the receiver unit really hits this one out of the park!
But be aware if you are buying this as a second transmitter for your instrument wireless system, it **DOES NOT** include the cable from the transmitter to the instrument. So be sure to order that separately.
I got this so that I could have an extra transmitter to go with my receiver. I gig with an acoustic and electric and this way I can use the same receiver with both guitars. To do this you must turn off one transmitter and then turn on the other one. Works perfectly. I love that the receiver is a tuner on my pedal board, saves space. I still have my Line 6 G50, which I was thinking about selling but may keep as a back up just in case.
A bit pricey but completely reliable and easy to operate. I use two of these with one receiver so that I can switch guitars quickly during shows. Has never failed me and the battery life is outstanding! I usually charge it after every show, but it's nice to know that I could easily forget to recharge for several days and it will still be ready to rock!