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Shure ULXD24/SM58 - SM58 Handheld Reviews

4.5 stars based on 2 customer reviews
  • from Central California November 24, 2013Music Background:
    Around six hundred shows running sound

    Finally

    I have one of the toughest singers to run sound for . A unique female voice. Chocolate and wine during a sweet acoustic gig and in another band the power of TooL System of a down ect. Wireless has ben a part of of it all . I have tried many systems . I have grown weary but I will buy and sell till im blue. I finally found a combo that works in my predicament. The Shure ULXD24 with a Heil RC35 capsule. This is a true flat EQ setup . cuts like a knife thru everything .The gain feature that the ULXD has is like built in compression. You can gain up the wireless system for great breath and detail and as soon as the power vocals come in WOW no clipping or grainy tones. I had the Heil RC35 on other systems and had handleing noise and had to high pass for P poping.
    not on this rig. The ULXD killed that problem.
    Now for the best news .The sound thru the UlXD is so good. Period !
    If your one of those gear heads that keep buying and selling until you are completely satisfied than you will find this combo the end of your journey.

  • from Pittsburgh, PA March 22, 2012

    Shure ULXD 24/SM58

    I recently received the ULXD system w/ SM58 head and an add-on bodypack. According to Shure, it is supposed to fill the gap between ULXP and UHF-R. The build quality is a little less robust when compared to UHF-R, but is leaps and bounds better than the plastic ULXP transmitter. The body pack seems great, if not more durable than the handheld. The receiver's enter/exit/sync buttons feel cheap (UHF-R has "soft" keys - ULXD's are plastic "chiclet" buttons) but are serviceable, while the navigation wheel seems solid. Audio quality is superb - I would agree with Shure that it surpasses UHF-R as their best sounding system (not including AXIENT); however, switching (ULXP/S/D) versus combining (UHF-R) diversity may still present some noise. Included 1/2 wave antennas are large - about 50% longer than UHF-R. Setup is quick and easy with auto frequency search and IR sync. Less headache since no need to adjust transmitter gain controls (no problems w/ very powerful singers, either) - the new "gain ranging" logic seems to work fine - manual audio gain adjustment pretty much take place at the receiver only. Overall, a great improvement from the existing ULX-P line without costing too much more. If you want Shure wireless and cannot justify the cost of UHF-R or are looking for digital, pristine audio with available encryption, all in a fairly robust package, this is a winner.

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