Our Product Research Team
At Crutchfield, you'll get detailed, accurate information that's hard to find elsewhere.
That's because we have our own in-house Product Research team — they open the box,
verify contents, check the owner's manual, and record dimensions, features and specs.
We stay on top of new products and technologies to help people make informed choices.
Overview: The Shure GLXD4 Wireless Receiver works with the
GLX-D Digital Wireless Systems. It operates within the 2.4 GHz ISM spectrum, and
automatically links to the GLXD1 bodypack or GLXD2 handheld transmitters. It has
an XLR microphone output and a 1/4" instrument output, and is powered by the
supplied 14-to-18-volt DC power supply. In a typical setting, you can
simultaneously operate up to 4 compatible systems, and up to 8 under ideal
conditions. This receiver works on the Z2 frequency band.
LINKFREQ: The GLX-D Digital Wireless systems feature
LINKFREQ Automatic Frequency Management. When the system is powered up, the
receiver continuously analyzes the available frequencies. The receiver and
transmitter automatically link using the best set of available frequencies. In
the event of interference, the receiver and transmitter intelligently move
together to another open frequency without any interruption of audio.
LCD Screen: The GLXD4's LCD screen provides a constant
indication of the system's status. It displays the selected group and channel
numbers, an audio meter with overload indicator, and the transmitter gain. It
also provides an accurate indication of the remaining battery life of the
transmitter's battery in hours and minutes, along with a low battery warning
when there is less than 15 minutes of battery life left.
Battery Charging Port: The GLXD4 has a built-in charging
port for the SB902 Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery used by the GLXD1 and GLXD2
transmitters. The battery charges in the port in approximately 3 hours to
provide about 16 hours of continuous use.
Dimensions/Weight: Width=7.2", Height=1.6", Depth=4.6",