Shure UHF-R stereo wireless piano mic system

£85.00 plus VAT per day

Our Shure UHF-R stereo piano mic systems are supplied with high-quality DPA 4099 instrument microphones with magnetic piano-specific clips.

Description

Our Shure UHF-R stereo piano mic systems are supplied with high-quality DPA 4099 instrument microphones with magnetic piano-specific clips.

Shure UHF-R® Wireless Microphone Systems master the high pressure and extreme conditions of any large-scale touring or installations environment while delivering uncompromising Shure sound. Rock-solid engineering, the latest technology, and unparalleled RF performance provide sound professionals with all the features and flexibility they need to tightly control up to 108 systems for the most elaborate productions.

Weighing only 62g without batteries, the Shure UR1M Micro-Bodypack Transmitter is the most compact bodypack available from Shure.  It works with headworn, lavalier, and instrument microphones and cables. Its removable antenna provides additional flexibility, and a threaded connector securely locks microphone or instrument cables. Other advanced features include a multi-function bit-mapped LCD, frequency and power lockout and infrared automatic transmitter sync. The UR1M can be used continuously for up to 9 hours using 3 x AAA  lithium batteries.

Our Shure UHF-R stereo wireless piano mic systems include the following components:

1 x Shure UR4D+ dual-channel wireless receiver
2 x Shure UR1M wireless transmitter
2 x DPA 4099 instrument microphones
2 x PC4099 magnetic piano-specific clips
2 x twig antennae

DPA 4099 instrument microphone features
Supercardioid condenser microphone
Handles high SPLs
Superior gain-before-feedback
Flexible and easy mounting
Gentle and easy to mount on the instrument
Detachable cable and a versatile gooseneck extender

Our Shure UHF-R systems are in Band K4E, covering the frequency range 606 – 666 MHz (Channels 38 – 45) and can operate on up to 10 simultaneous frequencies in Channel 38 without intermodulation. Additional systems may require a Fixed Site License which can be obtained from OFCOM.