Shure BLX14 Wireless Guitar System

Includes: BLX Guitar Wireless System with (1) BLX4 Wireless Receiver, (1) BLX1 Bodypack Transmitter, and (1) WA302 Instrument Cable.

Accessories:
- (1) PS23US Power Supply
- (2) AA Batteries.
Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
Band H10 (542-572 MHz)
Shipping Weight: 2.75 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 14 x 12 x 4 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): BLX14-H10
Band J11 (596-616 MHz)
Shipping Weight: 2.75 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 14 x 12 x 4 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): BLX14-J11
Band H11 (572-596 MHz)
Shipping Weight: 2.75 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 14 x 12 x 4 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): BLX14-H11
Band H9 (512-542 MHz)
Shipping Weight: 2.75 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 14 x 12 x 4 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): BLX14-H9
If you have additional warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer at 800-25-SHURE
(5 ratings)
Submitted December 31, 2015 by John Gonsalves in Burlington Flats, NY
"Shure Quality, Bargain Basement Price!!!"
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Overall I give the BLX14 an 8 rating. This unit is pretty much a "Plug-n-Play" wireless system, with none of the horrible artifacts and hum associated with lower priced units. I recently purchased this unit to add some mobility for gigs, I have to say that the unit is definitely capable of it. I've only had the unit a couple of weeks, I have put it through it's paces. Using multiple channels, various groupings, all seem to carry a very strong signal at the advertised range without significant issues. Takes rechargeable batteries with not issue with signal strength or distance. This unit can definitely surpass any wireless system that I've used in it's price range. Now for the down-side. As with any product that you can purchase that is hundred(s) of dollars lower than comparable units, there is generally a down-side. There are only 2 "gipes" about the BLX14. One; the overall signal clarity is phenomenal, although the BLX seems to be a bit noisy when put in a "High-Gain" loop (circuit). While the clean channels used on multiple amp's is super clear, so similar to a cable that it's almost not worth mentioning. However, when in the "High-Gain" throttle is opened (for me), it opens of whole new gate of background noise. Not so much that you would be horrified with it, but, nevertheless present. Two; the high-impact plastic, is still not my cup of tea, although it dramatically reduces the overall weight of the unit (especially the bodypack). Neither one of these, I would read more call, a "deal breaker" in general. If I were to make a recommendation, it would be: Perfect for a Bass Player, or Blues/Jazz/Classical Guitar player, the more distortion that is used the more uncomfortable it seems to become. The side-note, it handles effects like chorus, delay's and other time-based effects is superb. Uncanny for a wireless unit. I hope that this helps, anyone looking for an inexpensive wireless unit (in my opinion), you're not going to get a better one.

Musical Background:
Playing music semi-professionally for almost 30 years. I've been "good" at it for at least 5.

Musical Style:
Pretty much any category of music that pays. I prefer to play more heavy music, although I also love playing acoustics & bass a
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