Shure P4R Wireless Receiver for PSM 400 SystemsProduct #270279 Shure 270279 YNBE Wireless System Components https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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This product has been discontinued but may be available as a Open Box item.
Hard to break, easy to use!
The Shure P4R Wireless Receiver has simple controls that offer Stereo, Mono, or MixMode operation. Also features volume and balance controls, defeatable limiter, high-frequency boost, frequency select, and backlit LCD with indicators for RF reception, battery life, operating mode, and frequency. High-impact plastic chassis. Designed for use with the P4T Wireless Transmitter (sold separately).
- High-impact plastic chassis
- Backlit LCD
- Frequency locator
- Controls: mode (Stereo, Mono, MixMode), volume, balance, limiter, HF boost, and frequency select
The perfect receiver for your Shure in-ear personal monitor system. Order now.
P4R Wireless Receiver for PSM 400 Systems Specifications:
- RF Frequency Range: 722 to 952 MHz (country dependent)
- Operating Range: 300' (environment dependent)
- Audio Frequency Response: 50Hz to 12kHz (±3dB)
- RF Sensitivity: 1 μV typical Image Rejection: 55 dB typical
- Spurious Rejection: 60 dB typical
- Squelch Threshold: 4.5 μV typical
- Antenna: Attached whip
- Power Requirements: 9V alkaline battery
- Battery Life: up to 8 hours, volume dependent
- Audio Output Connector: 3.5mm Stereo: (Left = tip, Right = ring, Ground = sleeve)
- Minimum Load Impedance: 16Ω Net Weight/125g (.28lb.)
- Overall Dimensions: 82.6mm x 63.5mm x 26.2mm (3 1/4" x 2 1/2" x 1-1/32")
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Comments about Shure P4R Wireless Receiver for PSM 400 Systems:
Our band went to these for our monitoring about 2 years ago. Ever since then, our vocals have been much improved, due to the fact that we can all hear ourselves better than ever before. Plus there is more room on stage, and less gear to transport. Take my advice and treat yourself. Your band will sound better and you will not have to strain to hear yourself. I've had three throat surgeries due to developing nodes from having to push my voice beyond its capabilities. Since we got these, my throat and Vox have never been better.