Dual Band Wireless System Doubles Bandwidth

by Mat Dirjish

Shure’s latest GLX-D+ dual-band wireless system provides more than double the bandwidth of its first generation. Targeting guitarists, vocalists, and presenters looking for reliable wireless performance without complexity, the GLX-D+ is available in rack-mount, tabletop, and guitar pedal receiver options with a wide selection of lavalier, headset, and handheld microphones, including Shure’s SM58.

GLX-D+ is available in rack-mount, tabletop, and guitar pedal receiver options with a wide selection of lavalier, headset, and handheld microphone choices – including the legendary SM58.

The tabletop and rack mountable systems are available with three handheld wireless microphone options including the SM58, BETA 58A, and BETA 87A. The GLXD6+ digital wireless guitar pedal enables guitarists and bassists to go wireless without compromising tone or complicating their rigs.

The tabletop and rack mountable GLX-D+ systems are available with three handheld wireless microphone options, including the legendary SM58, BETA 58A, and BETA 87A.

An enhancement from the previous generation that more than doubles available bandwidth is the system’s new dual-band that can operate in 2.4 GHz and now 5.8 GHz. The unit intelligently avoids interference and ensures dropouts won’t stop the show.

The rechargeable battery boasts better battery life over the previous generation. GLX-D+ now offers up to 12 hours of runtime, plus the system’s quick charge capability provides 1.5 hours of use from a 15-minute charge.

GLX-D+ Dual Band Wireless Systems will be available later this month. Pricing starts at $499.00. For more details, peruse the GLX-D+ dual-band wireless system overview.

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