SM58 Wireless Microphone System
The Shure PGX SM58 system offers superior wireless technology, automatic set-up features and the legendary SM58 microphone. The system comprises of a PGX2/SM58 Handheld transmitter and a PGX4 Diversity receiver. It is ideally suited for vocals and can be used by bands and presenters.
Fast and easy setup, even for a beginner
Simply press the channel button on the front of the receiver and it will perform a quick scan of the area and select a clear frequency to avoid any unwanted interference. Once this is done, sync up the receiver with your transmitter by pressing the sync button on the receiver and pointing the infrared port on the transmitter at the receiver.
How many musicians can use this system simultaneously?
A maximum of 8 musicians can use PGX Wireless systems in parallel. One wireless system consists of one handheld transmitter and one receiver.
Is there a difference in sound quality between this system and a wired SM58?
The design goal of wireless microphone systems is that the user cannot differentiate between a wired or wireless mic. The PGX system uses our patented Audio Reference Companding which makes the system sound more like a wired microphone than ever before, with less noise and greater dynamic range than other wireless systems. No artifacts, lower noise floor and clearer sound at all levels.
- SM58 Wireless Head
- Dynamic cardiod microphone
- Tuned to accentuate the clarity of lead and backup vocals
- Interchangeable microphone head
- Compatible with all Shure wireless transmitters
- PGX2 Handheld Transmitter
- UHF Handheld transmitter
- Compatible with all Shure microphone heads
- Includes a single power/mute switch
- LED indicator showing power, mute and battery status
- 8 hours of continuous use using 2 AA batteries (included)
- Operating range of 92m
- PGX4 Wireless Diversity Receiver
- Compact and robust UHF receiver
- Easy to use, no prior wireless experience necessary
- Automatic frequency selection with a touch of a button
- Audio Reference Companding for exceptional audio performance
- Microprocessor controlled diversityWireless “diversity” receivers feature two separate antennas for consistent signal reception.Read moreGo to the glossary
- ¼ wave antennas