Shure Microphone Systems

Shure Wireless Microphone Systems are designed for people that want to use microphones without the need for cables. Wireless mics otherwise known as a radio mic have a small battery powered transmitters that transmit to a nearby receiver unit. Shure have had over 60 in wireless microphones since creating the first ever wireless microphone called the Vagabond which was powered by two hearing aid batteries when it was released in the early 50’s. View all information

Shure Wireless Microphones

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Since 1925 Shure has been providing professional audio equipment to producers and musicians around the world.

The Shure brand has become part of the history of music with icons from Michael Jackson and Elvis Presley, to every single US president since 1925 relying on our legendary performance.

The world's top two most popular microphones to date are the Shure SM58 and the SM57.

About Shure Wireless Microphones

Experience the legendary Shure sound with the total freedom of movement with a wireless solution.

With wireless systems for vocals, guitars, brass & woodwind, Shure caters for start out bands to the needs of professional touring musicians and presenters.

From small stages to large scale professional performances Shure have a wide selection of wireless microphones to suit any need, all of which are 2012 digital switchover compliant.

About 2012 Digital Switchover

All Shure wireless microphone systems are now Channel 38 Compliant / Digital Switchover ready. The analogue to digital TV switchover is Government policy meaning that almost everyone will be able to receive digital TV through an aerial.

This means that wireless users will no longer be able to use TV channel 69 (854-862MHz).

However TV channel 38 (606-614MHz) has been officially announced by Ofcom as the replacement for TV channel 69 (854-862MHz).

More About Wireless Microphones

Conventional microphones convert sound into an electrical audio singal that is traditionally sent through a cable.

Stages can often become a snake pit of overlapping microphones cables for vocals, electric guitar, bass guitar, drums and many more instruments.

Wireless microphones however convert audio signals into radio signals leaving the stage free of cables and also giving the performer freedom to perform.

Radio signals are sent by a transmitter through the air to a receiver and then through the sound system.

With the continuous advances in sound quality and reliability, wireless microphones are becoming more popular and more affordable than ever.

Not limited to the stage, wireless microphones are found everywhere from schools to churches.

Products such as the Shure SLX24/SM58 Diversity Wireless System is the first choice for performers around the globe featuring Shure's patented audio reference commanding for crystal clear sound beyond the limits of conventional wireless technology.