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Shure BLX14/SM31

Fitness headset system: includes headworn microphone, bodypack transmitter, and receiver (512-542 MHz, Band H9)

MFR # BLX14/SM31-H9

Shure BLX14/SM31

Shure BLX14/SM31

Fitness headset system: includes headworn microphone, bodypack transmitter, and receiver (512-542 MHz, Band H9)

MFR # BLX14/SM31-H9

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Great headset!

Crutchfield customer from Apex, NC on 3/21/2019

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This is my second headset of exactly the same model. We use both of them facilitating our drum circle and many times we'll be outside sweating in the hot summer sun. They have good range and very clear. Moisture hasn't been an issue. The only problem is that we'll occasionally find interference. So far, we've only had to switch channels, though I have heard from a friend that also has this model of it cutting out and unusable under extreme signal interference in another area. If possible, check the frequencies commonly in use in your area before making your choice.

Pros: Moisture resistant and clear, strong signal.

Cons: Relatively expensive (and Shure is rarely on sale), which is the only reason I didn't give it 5 stars. I sometime have issues with feedback, but if hooked into a high quality mixer/amp this is not an issue and can be handled by the EQ.

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Better than expected

Crutchfield customer from Fort Lauderdale, FL on 1/20/2019

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First off...Nemo was wonderful. Answered all my questions and helped me pick the right unit. Used it live yesterday with my band and it worked out great. Takes a bit adjusting the gain (might have been the board too) but it worked perfectly. Sound is great.. its a Sure afterall so expect nothing less. The headset stayed in place and was comfortable. This is a good midrange choice and I would definitely recommend it.

Pros: Freedom to move around and no mic in your face when you look down to read music. Nobody telling you they can't hear you when you move away from the mic.

Cons: None that I can think of

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