Shure ULX2/SM58 Transmitter - J1 Band, 554 - 590 MHz

ULX-Series Wireless Transmitter with Shure SM58 Mic Capsule
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Shure ULX2/SM58 Transmitter - J1 Band, 554 - 590 MHz
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ULX Series Wireless: one of the easiest pro wireless systems available

The ULX2 handheld tranmitters for the ULX Wireless Series are like the best of both worlds - a leading pro wireless system for use with one of Shure's extremely popular vocal microphones.

The SM58 Handheld Transmitter for use with the SM58 Cardioid Microphone mic system provides the clear channel transmission and flexibility of the ULX series handheld wireless transmitters.

This is only the transmitter.

Shure ULX2/SM58 Transmitter Features:
  • 3-segment battery guage
  • Backlit LCD shows group and channel
  • Frequency and power settings
  • Control lockout
  • 8 hour battery life
  • 300 ft (92 m) operating range
  • Power On/Off Switch
  • Power/Battery LED-Green When ON, Red When Battery Low
  • PEAK Icon-Appears When Audio Signal Overloads
  • MODE Button for Menu Display
  • SET Button for Saving Settings
  • Adjustable Audio Gain Control
  • Input Attenuation Switch-Select 0dB for Voice/Low Output; 20dB for High Output
  • 4-pin Mini Connector
  • Battery Cover Unscrews to Expose Battery and Gain Control
  • 9V Battery Included

Worry-free Wireless!

We wanted you to know that all of the wireless systems you see here – and all of the wireless systems available at Sweetwater – are 100% compliant with the Federal Communication Commission's new rules governing wireless systems. You can be confident that these systems will work within the FCC's currently permitted frequency/power ranges. Please be aware that systems operating in the 617-652 MHz or 663-698 MHz range are now operating outside the FCC's new guidelines. To find out more, visit the FCC's wireless microphone website at  or give them a call at (888) CALL-FCC.

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Shure Mic

Used to replace one that was damaged...Works great..

Old and True with Wireless

Can't go wrong with a Shure SM58. Dependability of Shure behind the wireless is solid gold. Love the mic and love more that it is wireless.Great combo.
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Low cost work horse

We use 10 of these in our sanctuary along with 8 Shure UR4 mics and they work day in and day out with no problems. Sound is good (its an SM58) and range is typical. For a church these are great, but we have also used these outdoors with no problems once you find clean channels to use.
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Shure ULX2/SM58

Great sound, and weight and feel for a wireless mic, also battery life is very good.
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good buget wireless microphone

I use this microphone on a weekly basis for presentation venues. This microphone sound nice and is quite quiet for it low cost. the range seems to be around 100' (Unblocked) and does not drop out when used with a diversity receiver.; The battery is a 9 volt battery and has a great standby time and allows the microphone to be used for 6-8 hours straight before the battery needs to changed. one draw back to the LX line of shure microphones is the fact that you cannot use more than 5 microphones at a time. also you need to check your local TV stations to make sure you will not get interference. but other than that this microphone which uses the SM-58 capsule is a very nice, robust and useful microphone.
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See also: Wireless Transmitters, Shure, Shure Wireless Transmitters & Receivers